Filmography

“Shivaree” (1965)
The Bobby Fuller Four (Bobby Fuller, Randy Fuller, Dewayne Quirico and Jim Reese) appeared in two episodes of this TV series, aired on July 3 and September 4, 1965.

“Hollywood A Go Go” (1965)
The Bobby Fuller Four (Bobby Fuller, Randy Fuller, Dewayne Quirico and Jim Reese) performed “I Fought The Law” on this show, which also included the Byrds, Duan Eddy, The Boys, Ian Whitcomb and Bobby Vee. Originally aired in October 1965.

“Where The Action Is” (1966)
The Bobby Fuller Four (Bobby Fuller, Randy Fuller, Dewayne Quirico and Jim Reese) appeared in one episode of this TV series, aired on March 15, 1966.

“Hullabaloo” (1966)
The Bobby Fuller Four (Bobby Fuller, Randy Fuller, Dalton Powell and Jim Reese) appeared in one episode of this TV series, aired on March 21, 1966.

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The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966)
Directed by Don Weis. Starring Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley, Aron Kincaid, Harvey Lembeck, Jesse White, Claudia Martin, Nancy Sinatra. Special guest stars: Basil Rathbone and Patsy Kelly. Featuring Piccola Pupa. Also featuring Susan Hart as The Ghost, Boris Karloff as Hiram Stokely. Executive producers: James H. Nicholson and Samuel Z. Arkoff. Screenplay by Louis M. Heyward and Elwood Ullmann. Story by Louis My Heyward. An American International picture. Released April 6, 1966.

The Bobby Fuller Four (Bobby Fuller, Randy Fuller, Dewayne Quirico and Jim Reese) also play in this movie. Below you can see the trailer and the band performing (well, actually miming to songs which are not theirs) with Nancy Sinatra (“Geronimo”) and on their own (“Make The Music Pretty”).

The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini was released on DVD in 2005 as a Midnite Movies Double Feature with Ghost Of Dragstrip Hollow (1966).

The Oracle of Del-Fi (2008)
Documentary written and directed by Azel James. Story by Bob Keane. Produced by Azel James and Sarah Lynn James. Executive producer: Bob Keane.

“The legendary music producer Bob Keane of Del-Fi Records speaks about his tumultuous and iconic career spanning 50 years in the record business. Bob who was portrayed in the film La Bamba, tells all about the discovery and behind the scene stories of Ritchie Valens, Sam Cooke, Barry White, Frank Zappa, Bobby Fuller, and many other of his Rock’n Roll Hall of Fame discoveries. From the rise and fall of Ritchie Valens to the mysterious Hollywood murder of Bobby Fuller, hear the stories that have never been told until now.”

Includes archive footage of Bobby Fuller, Ritchie Valens and Bob Keane. See teaser below.

Main information source: The Internet Movie Database (IMDb)

Thanks to Nick Carroll and Azel James for additional information.

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