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Professor Jonathan Jones finds the ZOTZ! coin, and discovers its awesome powers. He attempts to make the secret available to the US government, but is brushed off as a lunatic. Jones has some fun with the power of Zotz. The discovery becomes the interest of foreign agents, who attempt to steal the secret any way they can. The professor is captured, then escapes and is pursued. At the conclusion the coin is lost, our government realizes its error, and at the end of the movie is engaged in a massive search for the coin.
Zay It, Zee It and Zoon!
Release Date: July , 1962
Runtime: 87 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Horror, Fantasy
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 6.0
Buried.com Rating: 7 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With Z
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Tom Poston ...Prof. Jonathan Jones
Julia Meade ...Prof. Virginia Fenster
Jim Backus ...Prof. Horatio Kellgore
Fred Clark ...Gen. Bullivar
Cecil Kellaway ...Dean Joshua Updike
Zeme North ...Cynthia Jones
Margaret Dumont ...Persephone Updike
James Millhollin ...Dr. R.A. Kroner
Carl Don ...Josh Bates
Mike Mazurki ...Igor
Fred Aldrich ...Cop
Phil Arnold ...Party Guest
Patricia Breslin ...Clip from 'Homicidal' (archive footage)
William Castle ...Himself, Pre-Title Sequence
Susan Dorn ...Nurse
Bess Flowers ...Party Guest
Albert Glasser ...Nikita Khruschev
Jimmy Hawkins ...Jimmy Kellgore
Elaine Martone ...Secretary
George Moorman ...1st Lt. John G. Stefanski
Judee Morton ...Miss Blakiston
Louis Nye ...Hugh Fundy
Bart Patton ...Mr. Crane
Frank J. Scannell ...Pentagon Reporter
Hal Taggart ...Party Guest
Michael Westfield ...Capt. Nestor Byron
Russ Whiteman ...Maj. Percy Foulger
More Movie Taglines:
- Zay It, Zee It and Zoon!
- The magic word for fun... ZOTZ!
- An absent-minded professor discovers a super-secret that will give you the greatest lift since love!
- 'Zotz' makes women go wild!
- 'Zotz' panicks the Pentagon!
- 'Zotz' has everyone howling!
- Upon its initial theatrical release, "Zotz" plastic coins were given to ticket buyers.
Louis Nye does a cameo as the death ray inventor. He and Tom Poston, along with Don Knotts, were regulars on Steve Allen's television program and were famous for the recurring "Man on the Street" skits.
The movie being shown at the drive-in theater is "Homicidal", another of William Castle's productions.
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