|Ghost in a Teeny Bikini|
|Title:||Ghost in a Teeny Bikini|
|Directed by:||Fred Olen Ray|
|Written by:||Fred Olen Ray|
|Produced by:||Kimberly A. Ray|
|Music by:||Anthony Francis|
|Edited by:||Dean McKendrick|
|Distributed by:||American Independent Productions|
|Released:||August 8th, 2006|
|Running time:||84 minutes|
Plot[edit | edit source]
While shooting for a film directed by her boyfriend, Ted Wood, Jr., Muffin Baker learns from a telegram that her rich uncle, Silas, has died. Together they travel to the estate of the deceased, where her last will is to be read. The lawyer, Archibald Weisenheimer, and her daughter, Evilyn, put plans together to murder Muffin Baker and claim the inheritance for themselves. Unknown to them, however, the property is haunted by the ghost of Tabitha, who becomes friendly to Muffin Baker and helps her. Weisenheimer tries desperately to kill the heir, leaving Evilyn to sleep with Ted.
In the last testament of the late Uncle Silas, it is revealed that a box of his assets and the associated key were hidden in his property. Muffin then returns to her room to take a nap. In her dreams, the ghost of Tabitha appears and seduces her. After her nap, Muffin realizes where she has to look for the chest and the key. However, when Weisenheimer and Evilyn threaten to steal the money, Tabitha reappears and saves Muffin. Weisenheimer confesses that he murdered Muffin's uncle. A policeman, fetched by Ted, arrives to arrest Weisenheimer. Ted and Muffin finally forgive each other.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|Christine Nguyen||Muffin Baker|
|Nicole Sheridan||Tabitha the Ghost|
|Voodoo||Ted Wood, Jr.|
|Brad Bartram||Archibald Weisenheimer|
|Eric Spudic||Telegram boy|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Director Fred Olen Ray is credited as Nicholas Medina in this film.
- Features clips of Nosferatu in a flashback sequence.