The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
Today we're featuring yet another early 1960's music video. This one is courtesy of American pop singer Bobby Vee. The song itself is a snappy little tune that reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart in 1963. The video is so kitschy and campy it falls in the category of "so bad it's good".
The girl in the leopard one piece doing leg lifts while sitting on the motor bike.
The blatantly fake beach set (look closely and you can see the night sky is really a painted wall).
The disembodied, flailing legs.
The wild dance moves.
The girl draped in vines dancing on the rock.
The fact that the guy's blue speedo is skimpier than any of the beach babes' bikinis.
The girls shimmying and shaking while simultaneously bent over the Honda.
The occasional close-ups of the girls shaking their breasts (I mean dancing).
You know, that guy in the blue speedo really bugs me - especially the way he dances. On the other hand, I really dig the chick in the plaid bikini.
At around the 2:00 mark did you see Speedo Boy doing a handstand so he could check out Zebra-Stripe Bikini Girl's crotch?