Ghost in a Teeny Bikini

Synopsis: Muffin Baker is the star of cheesy Hollywood films directed by her boyfriend, Ted Wood. A telegram informs her that her rich Uncle Cyrus has died, so she and Ted fly to Ravenswood Manor for the reading of the will. Her uncle's attorney, Archibald Weisenheimer, has designs on Cyrus's fortune for his daughter, the grasping Evilyn. In addition, the manor's manservant and maid hatch their own plan. Helping Muffin is the manor's ghost, the playful bikini-clad Tabitha. Can ghost and starlet best the Machiavellian machinations of maid, manservant, and majordomo? And what of Uncle's fortune? Is it really three million?
Genre: Comedy, Musical
 
IMDB:
4.1
NOT RATED
Year:
2006
84 min
28 Views

Bardone !

I knew you'd save me!

Sorry I'm late, but

I had to break through the jungle...

To set a fuse, find the secret lab and

save you.

What we have before they come

and blow us all?

Let's not talk about killing...

may have another 30 minutes

before they kill us

who seek to kill.

Melting when you touch me like that.

Make love to me Bardo.

- If you already have to die,

let it be a

in the second lap.

Cut!

Thank God!

You hinted extra scene, Ted?

Muffin, honey...

This is the extended DVD version.

We really need those extra,

previously not viewed minutes.

Audience

'' and requires extra effort'' accessories.

Really, Ted?

I thought that was your idea of ??Appendix

for DVD...

additional animated menu?

Well... i did...

But people are almost begun to

to complain.

Well, do not blame them.

I seriously...

etvorominutna love scene?

No reason?

Come on...

I better get back to dza bu,

stiptiz poker.

It is not enough sounded tense

but anyway...

leave record.

Ted, I think we need

another shot.

Yes... we will do a close up and

assistant will to read to you.

Assistants?

Why?

Why?

Why?

Because Muffin Baker stars.

The people paying to see it.

A Muffin Bejkers

text does not say off camera.

This is why!

Okay folks, let the bards

monologue about the burning huts with orphans.

Come on, folks, let's go, let's go!

Bardo III,

scene 15 the second time.

How's my line? Damn...

- Cut!

Is my life could be worse?

I'm doing terribly funny

scenario to scenario...

Here's a scenario for your next film

g-Dice Baker.

'' Only'' for your thong?

The story of Colonel Sanders?

Do they think I am?

PARE meat?

Anyway, here's a telegram for you, according to your Uncle

Sajlus suddenly died...

Finally! Things are starting to

improve.

Thank you Mr. Baker dice!

Do all to dump the

one place, kid.

Dear Muffin Baker,

(stop)

Sajlus your uncle died...

(stop)

must come immediately.

(Stop)

Testament Reading this weekend.

(Stop)

Stop to stop talking.

(Stop)

I scroll immediately.

Aribald Vajzenhajmer III.

By Authorized attorney.

And! Money from a dead man!

Maybe you inherited a part of the ancient heritage

Sajlusa, my dear.

But will not be easy to get hold of him when

is Aribald Vajzenhajmer concerned.

He's an evil man that nothing will stop

to surrender the entire legacy

its kerci...

Still, I never

not like.

A, and it would be nice to have someone new

for persecution, for a change...

Enjoy your visit

home in the Raven'''' Muffin Baker.

Vrebau you.

Muffin! Honey!

're Home?

Still ask my dear!

Here.

Just the way you like.

- Muffin?

Is everything all right?

Did someone die?

Well, actually, it is!

Someone you know?

- My rich cousin, Sajlus Davenport.

One without children.

Is that a good thing... or bad?

They invited me to go to'' raven''

This weekend's reading of the will.

Not think so, and we still have 2 days

shooting for the film.

Can not.

Well, can not we a couple of days rest

and the movie ends next week?

Absolutely not! That would set me back about

... $ 250!

Who's gonna pay for that?

I can not afford that!

You would not you?

Uncle's estate is worth over $ 3 million!

That would cover the costs, delayed film,

a left over to the new film.

If you want?

It sounds very, very tempting.

But I'll have a bit to think about it.

Do you think?

Yeah... think hard...

... very hard.

Been done, sir.

Excellent.

So it has received

my telegram.

I am confident that the

immediately supplied.

Then we believe that nothing will stop you

to a small bird of prey

from coming to the reading of the will of a deceased uncle

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Fred Olen Ray

Fred Olen Ray (born September 10, 1954) is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, actor, and cinematographer. He is the producer, director, and screenwriter of low to medium-budget feature films in many genres, including horror, science fiction, action/adventure, softcore sex films and crime dramas. He has also produced a few feature films for a family audience. Many of his early productions appeared at drive-in theaters and inner-city grindhouses, when those outlets for low-budget films were still significant. Some of Ray's productions have received theatrical releases. Most of his current output, however, is released directly to DVD or appears on cable television channels such as Showtime, Cinemax, and HBO. Ray has directed over a hundred films and is still going strong. Ray is the head of Retromedia, which releases DVDs of both his own productions and archival films. He has also worked for other well-known independent studios and on a few occasions for major Hollywood studios. He is also cited as an inspiration for many independent film-makers. He loaned a 16 mm camera to Quentin Tarantino so he could make My Best Friend's Birthday.Aside from the film industry, Fred Olen Ray is also a professional wrestler. His wrestling name is Fabulous Freddie Valentine. more…

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