UK. VHS, PAL, MONDO MOVIES, INCREDIBLY STRANGE FILMS, 1966, Running time 90 mins approx. Directed by Ray Dennis Steckler.


Inside cover blurb:

Rat Pfink a Boo Boo started its life as a Ron Haydock screen play originally entitled "The Depraved". Ron not only busied himself writing screen plays but was also editor and writer of his own monster magazine "Fantastic Monsters of Filmland" and also starred and cameoed in numerous R. D. Steckler Productions (The Chopper, Body Fever, Thrill Killers).


Ron stars in Rat Pfink as Lonnie Lord, popular recording star which is not all that far from the truth as he was also fronting a rockabilly band Ron Haydock and the Boppers. All screen appearances of him singing in the film are his old recordings.


The film is true to the original script right up to the plot where Lonnie and Titus search into the closet and don their costumes. Ron was sitting in the chair playing his guitar whilst Titus played with some ice cubes, Ron then posed the question that what if they went in the closet and came out dressed as Batman and Robin or rather Rat Pfink and Boo Boo. A large letter "R", some long underwear and a few halloween costume remnants were soon turned into the superheroes (?) costumes.


Ray managed to keep the cost of the film down to a pittance and when the person putting the opening credits onto the beginning made the title "Rat Pfink a Boo Boo" instead of "Rat Pfink and Boo Boo", the fifty dollars needed to correct it could not be found.


The scenes at the end of the movie on the beach was basically a 2 hour party that was filmed and included as a grand finale. Also, keep your eyes peeled when Ron Haydock performs the Rat Pfink song at the barbeque for the wild, fruggin, leopard skin bikini clad chick wearing a left over zombie mask from "Incredibly Strange Creatures".


Back cover blurb:

When Ceebee Beaumont, girlfriend of singing idol Lonnie Lord, is kidnapped by the Chain Gang, Lonnie and his friend Titus Twimbley swing into action. They become the mighty costumed super heroes "Rat Pfink and Boo Boo", champions of women and children everywhere.


Between rock 'n' roll songs at wild and wayward watusi go-go parties, Rat Pfink and Boo Boo search for Ceebee in their ratcycle. After many harrowing escapes they finally rescue Ceebee and end the Chain Gang's reign of terror - only to face the fanged fury of Kogar the ape, escaped from a jungle compound.


Rat Pfink saves the day as well as Ceebee and the whole gang shoot over to a city-wide parade held in their honour, as once again, Rat Pfink and Boo Boo prove that crime does not pay!


N.B. Vin Saxon is a pseudonym for rocker Ron Haydock!

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