Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters

USA 1965

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Lemon Grove Kids Go Hollywood / Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Green Grasshopper and the Vampire Lady From Outer Space / The Lemon Grove Kids
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Directed by Peter Balakoff

The adventures of the Lemon Grove Kids in this Bowery Boys inspired kiddie film

a.k.a. Lemon Grove Kids Go Hollywood / Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Green Grasshopper and the Vampire Lady From Outer Space / The Lemon Grove Kids


Cast:
Ray Dennis Steckler as Gopher (as Cash Flagg)
Mike Kannon as Slug
Carolyn Brandt as Cee Bee Beaumont
Don Snyder as Don (Gopher's friend)
Ron Haydock as Rat Pfink
Coleman Francis as Big Ed /Mr. Miller
Rox Anne as Roxy
Joe Bardo as Brick
Joseph Bardo as Brick
Bob Burns as Kogar/The Mad Mummy
Bart Carsell as Duke
Beverly Carter as Dum-Dum
Estelle Cooperman as Witch #1
Tony Flynn as Peewee
Felicia Guy as Flower
E.M. Kevke as Green Grasshopper (as David Miles)
Kirk Kirksey as Kirk
Ed McWatters as The Saboteur
Mary Morgan as Ma
Larry Pearson as Larry
Jim Plunkett as Stretch
Herb Robins as Chooper #1 /Killer Krump
D.J. Scord as Witch #3
Jeff Scott as Jeff
Cindy Shea
Doug Weise as Chooper #2
Patricia Wells as Witch #2
Keith A. Wester as Marvin-Marvin
John Williams as Skinny (as J. Jay Hartford)
Kedric Wolfe as Jocko
Lisa Yesko as Lisa

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