The Undertaker and His Pals
The Undertaker and His Pals is a 1966 American horror comedy film directed by T. L. P. Swicegood. The film stars Warrene Ott; James Westmoreland, billed under the name "Rad Fulton"; Robert Lowery, billed as "Guest Star"; and Ray Dannis as The Undertaker. It features Marty Friedman, Sally Frei and Rick Cooper.
A motorcycle-riding undertaker and his two biker pals create business for the funeral parlor by selecting a victim at random from the telephone book and gruesomely murdering them. The undertaker then overcharges the victim's families for the cheap, shoddy funerals he provides. One of the two bikers is a medical student who chops up the victim's bodies to further his studies. A private detective who has lost two secretaries to the gang pursues them, but is killed by a bomb left by the undertaker. Finally, the police step in and save two other women from falling victim to the gang.
|author||T. L. P. Swicegood|
|director||T. L. P. Swicegood|
|keywords||end fall funeral parlor kill medical student one by one private detective|
|producer||American Film Institute|
|publisher||Geneni Film Distribution Howco Int'l Pictures|
|theme||comedy horror exploitation horror comedy splatter|