King Sisters! (One of the King sons was, by the way, an early producer of Mrs. Miller records.)
Time for another segue into looneyville. Peterson and Watson visit a the Spanish-themed Olvera Street shopping center where they profess their affection for one another before launching into a spirited love duet. They sing to each other while donning various accoutrements such as sombreros, beads and vests.
Grant Williams was the star of it.) The second time I saw it, I really did not like it very much at all, thinking it too disjointed and inane for its own good. The third time I began to appreciate the zany costumes, art direction, choreography and musical arrangements, which only could have come from the 1960s. Like many other forms of fungus, it grew on me!
Planet of the Apes (1968) and The Poseidon Adventure (1972) while balancing those with plenty of lesser-known oddities. A friend to nearly everyone and sought after right up until his death in 1998 from lung cancer at age seventy, he had a long, busy career.