1960s Two-Piece Swimsuit The modest cut of Beach Party’s two-piece, which could fetch $180, pegs it to the mid-’60s. At the time, fashion was influenced by Walt Disney, who insisted former Mouseketeer Annette Funicello hide her navel in films like Beach Blanket Bingo . “This was the era of the bikini,” says Fierro. “Tops and bottoms only got smaller from here.”
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Annette Funicello, dead at 70. Before Selena Gomez wore mouse ears and went on to beach movies, Annette did it first. Forever iconic as a Disney princess or a bikini girl, her later years were diminished by multiple sclerosis.
Pajama Party theatrical poster // Directed by Don Weis Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff James H. Nicholson Written by Louis M. Heyward Starring Tommy Kirk Annette Funicello Elsa Lanchester Jody McCrea Harvey Lembeck Buster Keaton Jesse White Music by Score: Les Baxter Songs: Jerry Styner Guy Hemric Cinematography Floyd Crosby Editing by Eve Newman Distributed by American International Pictures Release date(s) November 11, 1964