About the film
I Sailed to Tahiti with an All Girl Crew
Release Date: December 31, 1968
|Production Companies||:||United National, National Telefilm Associates (NTA)|
|Director||:||Richard L. Bare|
|Producers||:||Richard L. Bare|
|Writers||:||George O'Hanlon, Richard L. Bare, Richard L. Bare, Henry Irving|
It's silliness on the high seas as two sneaky sailors race across the South Pacific in this fast-paced and campy comedy. The fun begins when one bets the other $20,000 that he, with an all girl crew, be the first to Tahiti in a sailboat race. The other, not to be outdone, has a few monkeyshines up his sleeve and actually wins the race. The beaten bettor then makes the claim, that he can beat the victor to the mainland using a crew comprised of baboons. That is too much to resist for the other and the race is on.