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This forgotten 1960s movie genre is connected to ‘Full House’

Avalon and Funicello were among the 60s beach movie stars who appeared on Full House, but another star was also in one of their films. In addition to becoming classic TV characters, the Tanners also had iconic guests supporting them.

As part of the fourth season of Full House, becomes a cast member of a TV show and moves to Los Angeles from San Francisco. Joey was accompanied by the Tanner clan during his visit to Los Angeles.

They also met Joey’s fellow actors who were famous in the episode “Joey Goes Hollywood.”As well as being a new environment, this episode was also a homage to 1960s Beach Party movies. There is a strong connection between Joey’s new television show and the classic films of the 1960s, not only because Frankie Avalon and Funicello appear together in the show.

In 1987, Back to the Beach was released, a film that was all about beach parties. As you might expect, it starred Avalon and Funicello. Additionally, , who played Becky on Full House, appeared in the show.

It was the last time Frankie and Annette appeared on screen together in Full HouseTaking on the role of Frankie and Annette’s adolescent child, Loughlin offered fans a glimpse of their favorite couple as grown-ups with kids of their own. Those who love 80s nostalgia might remember Pee-Wee Herman’s show-stopping number, Surfn’ Bird.

Back to the Beach was Bob Denver’s final film role. In addition to being ’s last lead film role, Back to the Beach also marked her final appearance in a comedy. Despite her exhaustion, Funicello bravely conducted the filming. Sadly, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis shortly after filming ended.

Funicello made his comeback to television with the Full House episode. The only time she was back in the spotlight after Back to the Beach was when she starred in the film. In 1989, she appeared in a film called Troop Beverly Hills as herself. A funny gag in the Full House episode involves Frankie and Annette not knowing who the younger Tanners are.

Despite the older characters’ best efforts, the older characters can’t explain the 1960s beach party movie craze. Similarly, modern parents may have difficulty explaining why sitcoms in the 1980s were so popular. The sad news is that Annette Funicello passed away in 2013. In the meantime, Frankie Avalon continues to perform.

His life has been centered around the industry for some 60 years, he told The Vindicator in 2021. “I look forward to it. My favorite reaction has been the smile on the faces of people who have been with me all these years from Venus and Bobby Sox to Beauty School Dropout. What could be more delightful than watching their joy when we sing along? ”

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