Guy is drunk in a bar by the beach, A young guy sits at the bar complaining the some punks stole everything but his jacket. Drunk falls asleep and (clued by a cloud of smoke) dreams of all the guys standing around with no pants on. Another guy comes to the bar and poof-smoke he is in his jockey shorts. Guy with bikini shorts, gun holster and a cowboy hat comes in. All the guys file out of the bar. The young guy says he is from the vice squad and leaves the bar fully clothed. Mr. Drunk wakes up again but all the guys are fully clothed. Mr. Vice Squad again leaves the bar but this time he is bare assed.
The Beach Bar Nightmare is a shorter version without sound.
On screen credits:
Harry Dollar, sound;
Doug Richards, props;
Stan Maddox, set;
E. Nickel, photos.
A comedy about three movie extras and the troubles each one gets into on the movie set of a six million dollar movie production.
[filmed at AMG]
A guy comes in out of the snow and the artist home owner helps him out of his clothes by the fire and then gives him some posing briefs to wear. While the owner takes a shower, the guest sees male art pictures on the wall and strikes some poses himself. When the owner returns to the fire he puts on posing briefs too and the guest stretches his legs out on the couch while the owner starts to draw him. The guest removes the briefs and stands before the artist in a muscle pose. The closing caption: "Just the beginning." No frontal nudity.
A model wearing a strapless posing cover, poses for a sculptor as he completes his work on a posing strap clad statue. Sculptor removes his shirt and dismisses the model who gets dressed, gets paid and leaves. The statue comes alive before the startled sculptor. The marble becomes flesh, again startling the artist. Statue is given strapless poser and strikes a few stances. Statue goes back to his pedestal and becomes stone again. No frontal nudity.
...the moral is... don't pick up dirt!
Art Ulrich is sunning on the beach looking at pictures of Tom DeCarlo wishing they were real when Tom suddenly appears. Tom makes Art's shorts turn into a posing strap so that they can pose together. They run over the dunes and pose together being careful not to let their posing straps touch the other guy. Art puts suntan lotion on Tom but then Tom disappears leaving Art with only a picture in his hands.
In a seemingly unrelated 2nd part of this loop Tom DeCarlo poses his muscular body for an unseen photographer. Tom beacons and Art accompanies him to the beach where they pose together. Tom poses some more and the photographer invites him to his beach house for a cocktail.
A portion of this loop with only Tom DeCarlo exists as a silent loop called Cocktails. Includes some dialog cards that talk about inviting Tom to a cabin for cocktails but Tom says he has to get some more sun first.
Frank Hlivjk invides Alan Parker to his pool. When Frank gets under water and comes back up, he sees a nature setting instead of his pool. In this dream land, Frank and Alan appear in posing straps and talk about desire. Back at the real world, Alan and Ivan Davis find Frank dazed on a lounger and help him up. The three swimmers are wearing thin form-revealing bikinis.
and one unidentified perfomer.
...time plays tricks on a muscular Peter...!
Motorcyclist picks up a guy at a bar. They go to a swimming hole, strip to their jockey shorts and go for a swim. One of the guys puts on gloves and a leather hat and takes off with the bike. The other has to stand by the road in his briefs and thumb for a ride.