Sunday, August 12, 2007

THE CREEPING TERROR - Frederick Kopp - "Dance Hall Twist/Theme Song" (1964)

How many candidates are there for worst movie ever made? "The Creeping Terror" is at the top of a lot of people's lists, but not ours, because of this great music by composer Frederic Kopp, who didn't do much else besides a couple of "Bonanza" episodes. Don't know why that is, because the cat was really swingin' on this session!! Here's the theme from "The Creeping Terror," the "Dance Hall Twist."

8 comments:

rodan! said...

This movie is so backwoods that the crying baby's temperature was taken with an anal thermometer!!

Anonymous said...

Can you put that song back up? I've been searching everywhere for it!

Eegah!! and Tabonga! said...

Fifty dollars or say please!

Anonymous said...

Your check is in the mail. Thanks a ton! :D

Monster A Go-Go said...

AWESOME!!! But is there a way I can download it? Thanks for posting this---and such a beautiful copy! Zowie!

Eegah!! and Tabonga! said...

M A G G -

"Creeping Terror" is available at Amazon.com as part of an 8 movie pack called Drive-In Cult Classics, Vol. 2 that you can get for $4.99. It also includes The Madmen of Mandoras, They Saved Hitler's Brain, Terrified, Bloodlust, Land Of The Minotaur, and The Devil's Hand! What a deal!!

gizmosdaisy said...

Fredrick was my grandfather and I would LOVE to get my hands on a copy of the music. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Eegah!! and Tabonga! said...

Cool Grandpa Daisy! Officially I have no idea where to get your hands on the music. Unofficially, I have about 3 or 4 mp3's of music directly from the movie that I could send you!

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