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Film details, brief synopsis, cast & crew, gordon hessler, bill hudson, sandra penn, mary kay morse, anthony zerbe, technical specs.

The bizarrely costumed rock group KISS made its acting debut, with the four thwarting a mad scientist attempting to destroy their careers by making robot KISS replicas and turning them loose to create havoc in an amusement park.

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John lisbon wood, brion james, paul stanley, deborah ryan, ace frehley, terry webster, marc winters, carmine caridi, gene simmons, john chappell, peter criss, john dennis johnston, richard hein, lisa jane persky, john anderson, joseph barbera, edward c bentley, peter berger, robert caramico, hoyt s. curtin, buddy joe hooker, james hulsey, fred karlin, ernie misko, terry morse jr., james pilcher, jan-michael sherman, miscellaneous notes.

Aired in United States October 28, 1978

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KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park

1978, Sci-fi, 1h 40m

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A mad scientist (Anthony Zerbe) makes cartoon robots of the rock group (KISS), seen in a California concert.

Genre: Sci-fi

Original Language: English

Director: Gordon Hessler

Release Date (Theaters): Oct 28, 1978  original

Runtime: 1h 40m

Cast & Crew

Anthony Zerbe

Abner Devereaux

Deborah Ryan

Gordon Hessler

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In an otherwordly metaphysical realm and alternate perpendicular Universe(?) where King Wiseau the First reigns supreme after the death of King Ed Wood Jr. I, Prince George Hessler directed the first Hanna-Barbera Production in association with KISS Productions. Filmed as a 50s sci-fi B movie set in the 70s with rock scenes for cashing in with the naive hope of covering the negative cost of the film's production, this was the film responsible for destroying the group as we know it, being a terrible financial success and convincing the KISS members to separate and follow solo careers. Now, before attempting to surpass the film's level of brilliance with my own words, a brilliance that surely I am not getting due to my mortal thought capacities, I am sure that the description of the elements of the movie will be more interesting than any courage I can muster to write a coherent "review" about them. The setting is an amusement park, which is about to feature a live KISS concert. Some guy named Abner Devereaux, who developed the amusement park and the scientific designs of the technological attractions, has just been reasonably fired for ignoring safety standards in his attempt to create more ambitious park attractions. Indeed, one attraction fails, putting the lives of several people in danger. After this event, obviously, this random scientific, whom we had no idea was supposed to become the VILLAIN of the story, now justifiably wants to "get rid of" all the young attendants and "get rid of" KISS, because he now hates KISS. Why does he hate KISS? Who cares??????? Let's keep the plot moving!! Hating KISS obviously involves hating adolescents. That's obvious, derp! With his advanced knowledge of animatronics and his Dr.-Evil-ish intentions, he builds an army of zombie robots (do not even start to ask me what's the logic behind the term "zombie robot") in his evil scientific underground facilities full of underground evil scientific stuff. He starts to kidnap adolescents and builds chips also with the intentions of controlling their minds and using them for his evil scientific purposes of destruction!! Everything is lost!! No, wait! Here comes KISS, with extraordinary fighting powers to save the day (and Rock & Roll all night, duh!!!) that surpass several physical laws, which include: ?Laser-shooting! ?Telepathic and telekinetic powers! ?Fuckin' Kung-Fu! ?Super-jumps that defy gravity! ?More fuckin' Kung-Fu! ?Fire Breathing! ?Lion Roaring! Suck on that, Kung-Fu Hustle! ?Fire Breathing and Lion Roaring... at the same time!! ?cyhydidh ?Jestetgreighukbjka ?001010001010100101010101001 ?error 404: logical and coherence not found. Please shoot your head. 24/100

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The opening scenes with giant KISS members playing behind the amusement park rides was superb. I remember this being an awesome superhero movie with KISS members having great adventures. When I rewatched as an adult it was lacking in enough fun. It sounds like great campy fun, but KISS is not in enough scenes, damnit! When they do appear, it's awesome beyond belief. Their dialogue is beautiful to the ears. I also remember KISS appearing on a Donnie and Marie Halloween Special.

If there was ever a movie that defined guilty pleasure it would be this one. The plot here is a amusement park has invited KISS for a series of concerts. However, the mastermind behind creating the park is a loopy guy (Anthony Zerbe--who made a career out of playing evil and slimy villains) and he hates KISS--though you are never exactly sure why. But, because Zerbe does not control the park, he is forced to spend most of his time living underneath the park--perfecting his weird audio-animatronic creations (similar to Disney's but even more evil). But, when Zerbe is fired, he vows revenge and unleashes his army of robot zombies!! Egad! Can anyone help? Is there any hope? Well, sure...as it turns out that KISS is actually made up of superheroes who make the X-Men look like losers. The Star Child (Paul Stanley) can shoot lasers out of his eyes and sing well. The Demon (Gene Simmons) can growl like a lion, shoot fire out of his mouth and sing...not so well (but he makes up for it by singing loudly). The Space Ace (Ace Frehley) can appear and disappear at will (sort of like his career with KISS, actually). And, the Cat...is a guy painted like a cat. So how do they have all these cool powers (that look really cheesy on film, by the way) They have a case with magic talismans which enable them to live many lives, play great tunes (sometimes) and shoot things out of their bodies (I'll say no more). So, Zerbe can't get himself a decent hairdo, but he is able to figure out that his next step is to steal these talismans. Unfortunately, they (like most talismans) are protected by a force field and his robot-zombie can't get them--that is until Zerbe creates a cool ray gun which renders the force field inert (by the way, how did he test this to know that it would work?!). In addition, he has created four exact replicas who will take KISS' place after they are kidnapped. Step one (get the talismans) and step two (kidnap KISS) work out great, but considering that Zerbe did not appear to have a step three it's not surprising that it all fell apart at the end. You'd think step three would be global domination or at least getting some hot chicks, but you never hear or see anything that would indicate there is any plan other than to replace KISS with robots (and, judging by this movie, this might have already been done by some other mad scientist before filming began) What can I say but not only is this movie a guilty pleasure but its so bad its good. To sum up here, its fun for Kiss fans and fans of bad cinema

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"We had broads in our trailer. The refrigerator was loaded with beer. We were into coke. We were animals": Why Kiss Meets The Phantom Of The Park was destined to be rock'n'roll's worst movie

Kiss wanted to be stars of the silver screen as well as the concert stage but they couldn’t act, they had no budget, and Phantom Of The Park went horribly wrong

Kiss in Phantom Of The Park

By 1978 Kiss were the reigning kings of hard rock. They weren’t just musicians but larger-than-life comic-book superheroes. The band were a veritable multi-million dollar enterprise away from recording and the concert stage. Mining the big bucks with their newly christened Kiss Army fan club, Kiss blatantly exploited their colourful Kabuki visages, which were plastered on all sorts of merchandise, from dolls to lunchboxes to boardgames. 

At the height of Kiss-mania, manager Bill Aucoin, a veteran TV director, saw that the next logical step for the masked marauders was to go Hollywood and do their own film. Envisaged as a cross between Star Wars and A Hard Day’s Night , Kiss Meets The Phantom Of The Park was a celluloid abomination, one of those ‘scratch your head’ turkeys that now, almost three decades since its premiere, is celebrated as a must-see cult film, celebrated for its campiness, and cheesy period charm by Kiss fans. 

The main problem besides the terrible script, B-level actors (aside from Anthony Zerbe) and wafer-thin plot which concerned a deranged amusement park creator, Abner Deveraux, intent on foisting a fake Kiss on the world, was that Paul, Gene, Ace and Peter couldn’t act to save their lives. 

The immortal Oscar-winning line “Ack!”, uttered by Ace Frehley , was just one of the classic pieces of dialogue in this stinker. 

Clearly, this wasn’t the Citizen Kane of rock movies, it was more like the Citizen Inane of music films. Yet for the die-hard Kiss fan, there are flashes of brilliance that make viewing the film a little less painful. Truth be told, the concert footage shot at Magic Mountain Amusement Park in Valencia, California, does capture the excitement and insanity of Kiss’s legendary live extravaganza. 

“We went out to film the concert at the park and there were 30,000 people there,” the late Joseph Barbera of Hanna/Barbera fame stated. “They had their set, which was worth a million dollars, and when they did their songs it was incredible."

Directed by Gordon Hessler, renowned for his work shooting low-budget horror films, the band were reportedly so unprepared for their thespian duties that they had to be fed their dialogue line by line. 

“They had hired a pretty good director,” recalls Kiss manager Bill Aucoin, “but when the director tried to get great scenes out of Gene, Paul, Ace and Peter it took twice as long because they had never done it before. It wasn’t their fault. So Hanna/Barbera came in and they fired the director and got someone else.” 

Part of the problem was with the film’s producers, Hanna/Barbera, best known for their animated success with The Flintstones, The Jetsons and Yogi Bear . 

“It was a television film and they thought they could get away with it for a lot less money,” says Bill Aucoin.

Adds Al Ross, then vice president of Aucoin Management: “The film was originally going to be shown in theatres, then it turned into a TV movie. In the very beginning it was looked upon as a low-budget job and that’s not what it was supposed to be.” 

While shooting the film, relationships within Kiss were at an all-time low. Drummer Peter Criss remembers: “At that time in ’78, I was doing cocaine and drinking and getting crazy. I remember how hard it was getting up at six in the morning and being in make-up at eight. And they would cake it on, putting on three or more layers, so if you wanted to rest you couldn’t. 

"If you moved your head you’d mess it all up again. And I didn’t like the waiting. We were so used to getting on stage and going at it. No one told us we were going to be sitting for a long time. For me, I’m such a hyper guy, I’d go in and the minute the make-up was on, I’d break open a beer and I’d start partying.” 

“There was a lot of tension on the set,” agrees Al Ross. “It was very stressful for the band. There was conflict on every day of the film shoot. For Gene and Paul this was the ultimate thing they could be doing, to be on the big screen. But Ace and Peter, psychologically or subconsciously, thought all it was going to do was keep this Kiss thing going. 

"I think it was time for them to get out. The fact that Kiss’s ballad Beth was such a big hit inflamed Peter’s ego. Peter took the lead vocal on Beth and from that point on all he wanted to do was put a tuxedo on and go play Las Vegas like Frank Sinatra."

Reportedly, Criss was so out of control that all his dialogue had to be redone by a voice actor. “They said that my voice stunk. Yes, I was stoned all the time. So was Ace. We were both partying animals at that point in our career. We had broads in our trailer, six, seven broads at a time in our trailer. I mean every fucking day, with the make-up on! The refrigerator was loaded with beer. We were into coke. We were just animals. We made Tommy Lee (Mötley Crüe) look like a child. We were fucking them in the back, the front, the bathrooms. We were just crazy. 

“So I was exhausted and maybe my voice did sound like shit. I think whoever they got to replace me just blew it. At least they could have gotten a guy who sounds closer to me than that. I got so many letters from Kiss fans saying: ‘What the fuck is this! How dare this guy use someone else’s voice!’” 

Guitarist Ace Frehley reveals some unknown trivia about the film. “My stunt man was black! Putting white makeup on him did the trick, but they had to put flesh make-up on his hands. There was one scene in the haunted place and I had an argument with the director. I just hopped in my Mercedes and took off. 

"So my stunt man stood in for me. There was a closeup shot and you can definitely tell that it’s not me. When he gets knocked against the wall by Dracula or somebody, if you freeze frame it, it’s obvious that it’s not me.” 

Another piece of trivia concerns Rip & Destroy , the one ‘new’ song featured. “We were supposed to do the music for the film,” vocalist/rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley recalls. “We had no time and there was one key song that they needed at the end. So we said: ‘Great, we’ll just write new words to the music of Hotter Than Hell . I went into a trailer and wrote some words and that was that. There was only one verse to the song.” 

Premiering in America on NBC-TV on October 28, 1978, the film was ravaged by the critics but scored big in the ratings. Yet despite the audience response, thankfully for all concerned, Kiss Meets The Phantom Of The Park was the first and last of the band’s silver screen endeavours.

Looking back on this celluloid trainwreck, Paul Stanley reflects: “Due to circumstances out of our control, it turned out kind of distorted and embarrassing. The film just kept going off on tangents and by the time it was done I really didn’t have much to desire to see it.” 

Adds bassist Gene Simmons : “It was interesting to make and also it was a learning curve. It taught me that the next time somebody said: ‘Don’t worry, it’ll be fine,’ that you should still roll up your sleeves and stick your nose into it just to make sure. Because when the movie or anything comes out with your name on it ultimately you’re responsible for it. 

"So it was interesting to do, but I don’t think it’s a very good movie.”

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1978 Directed by Gordon Hessler

KISSterical! KISStounding! KISStoric!

The tale of rock band KISS and their efforts to thwart a diabolical plan by mad scientist Abner Devereaux. Devereaux has found a way to clone humans into robots in his laboratory at an amusement park. It just so happens that he plans to use the KISS concert as a platform to unleash his plan on the world. KISS must use their special powers to stop him.

Peter Criss Ace Frehley Gene Simmons Paul Stanley Anthony Zerbe Carmine Caridi Deborah Ryan John Dennis Johnston John Lisbon Wood Lisa Jane Persky John Chappell Brion James Bill Hudson Don Steele Richard Hein Mary Kay Morse Marc Winters Sandra Pann Leon Delaney Steve Boyum Jim Connors Billy Hank Hooker Eileen Mason Elliott Mason Stan Rodarte

Director Director

Gordon Hessler

Producer Producer

Terry Morse Jr.

Executive Producers Exec. Producers

Joseph Barbera William M. Aucoin

Writers Writers

Don Buday Jan Michael Sherman

Casting Casting

Cathy Henderson

Editor Editor

Peter E. Berger

Cinematography Cinematography

Robert Caramico

Production Design Production Design

James Hulsey

Set Decoration Set Decoration

John H. Anderson

Composer Composer

Hoyt Curtin

Songs Songs

Gene Simmons Paul Stanley Peter Criss Robert Ezrin

KISS Productions Hanna-Barbera Productions

Alternative Titles

Attack of the Phantoms, Ataque De Los Fantasmas, KISS Contra Los Fantasmas, KISS in Attack of the Phantoms, KISS von Phantomen gejagt, KISS in Attack Of The Phantoms, KISS Meets the Phantom, KISS - Attack Of The Phantoms, KISS contra los fantasmas, Kiss contre les fantômes, Kiss Contra o Fantasma do Parque

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Branson Reese

Review by Branson Reese

This movie absolutely sucks but KISS hates it and wants it to be forgotten and so for that reason it has immense value

Gibnerd

Review by Gibnerd ★★★½ 2

i don't know if there has ever been anything so 1970s as KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park. This movie is sweating that tupperwear orange seventies kind of feeling from every awkward frame. It's pretty much awful in everyway and extremely endearing at the same time. Maybe you have to have a special love/hate relationship with KISS to appreciate the film's dumb breed of magic, i don't know. i had fun on a Tuesday night with this piece of shit though & i was smiling for all of it's 80 something minutes of stupidity.

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Review by 💀EmperorCupcake🧁 ★★½ 2

October Horror 2020 , Day 16, challenge #17 - Title containing the word "meets" or "meet"

This is one of those cultural oddities, like the Star Wars Holiday Special, that I'm so glad exists. Most of them seem to have come from the 70s. Yay drugs! I mean no, boo drugs! Don't do drugs kids. As actors, KISS are great... musicians, but this does have some charm. For a few minutes anyway. This would have made a rad 30 minute special, but at 90+ minutes it really overstays its welcome. Rock n roll + horror + amusement park should hit the Cupcake Trifecta of Awesome, except someone forgot to add the "horror."

HOWEVER there is an amazing scene of KISS sitting…

Joe

Review by Joe ★★★★

"Rock 'n' rollers don't bathe."

I've only vaguely alluded to this on Letterboxd, but as many who know me outside of this hallowed site were unable to shut me up about, I spent the bulk of October listening to every KISS studio album in chronological order, not counting the Wal-Mart exclusive which I hope to be able to hear soon, or never. But tonight I got my first visual KISS experience, and I have to say it captures the spirit of the band's recorded output pretty well: Technically sloppy, unfathomably stupid, and indisputably entertaining. This was a Hanna-Barbera production, and it also captures the spirit of H-B cartoons in live action form to such a degree that I might not…

evilbjork

Review by evilbjork ★ 6

I have no idea why but when I was growing up in the early 2000s I feel like I heard about this movie all the time. I thought it was animated and it might have had some connection with Scooby-doo. Because I heard of this so much it always had an air of mystery around it that made me interested in it, but now I'm just confused that some terrible movie that was basically just an ad for an amusement park and a band from the 70s was something 9-year-old knew about.

It's a painfully boring movie that feels like an hour and a half long commercial with random bits of terrible, bootleg level footage of KISS performing. Although I do like the idea of KISS as mindless robots for a corporation since that's basically what they were in real life.

Jeremy Milks

Review by Jeremy Milks ★★★★

Essentially a Scooby Doo movie with Peter Criss as Shaggy and Ace Frehley as Scooby Doo. Possibly the worst use of stunt doubles in movie history. I remember as a kid having to special order a "Goodtimes" VHS copy that cost me an obscene amount of money and watching it 3 times the day it came in the mail. There will always be a space on my shelf for this beauty.

Edgar Cochran ✝️

Review by Edgar Cochran ✝️ ★ 3

Gustav's #9 Film Selection for Edgar

In an otherwordly metaphysical realm and alternate perpendicular Universe(?) where King Wiseau the First reigns supreme after the death of King Ed Wood Jr. I, Prince George Hessler directed the first Hanna-Barbera Production in association with KISS Productions. Filmed as a 50s sci-fi B movie set in the 70s with rock scenes for cashing in with the naive hope of covering the negative cost of the film's production, this was the film responsible for destroying the group as we know it, being a terrible financial success and convincing the KISS members to separate and follow solo careers.

Now, before attempting to surpass the film's level of brilliance with my own words, a brilliance that…

Evan “Kaizō Haya-shill” Pincus

Review by Evan “Kaizō Haya-shill” Pincus ★★★½ 4

Shock-Rocktober #2

If an alien ever asked me to explain rock and roll to them, I'd show them KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park, a movie which knows that rock and roll is the dumbest superpower on the planet, and one day, it's gonna save this stupid world. Granted, I think Guitar Wolf's Wild Zero is a significantly better movie on the subject, and KISS are hardly the best band to demonstrate that point (for my money that'd be Guided by Voices, who would clearly never get a movie like this, but that's not relevant), but there's something to be said for the doofus Saturday morning cartoon energy on display here, exposing KISS for nothing more than four dorks…

maskull

Review by maskull ★★★½

--I’m Drowning My Sorrow Over Mashiro Leaving Zenkimi by watching a ton of Horror Movies. (aka October Horror Marathon 2020). Movie #26

--Daily Horror Hunt #28 – October Horror 2020 Day 17: Title containing the word "meets" or "meet".

I'm not surprised to find out this was produced by Hanna-Barbera. It really feels on the level with those Scooby-Doo Meets (insert celebrity here) type of movies, but without all the sandwich eating. Total Saturday morning cartoon but in a live action format. Watch KISS fight robot werewolves, vampires, Frankenstein, Karate masters, and more. See Gene Simmons shoot fire out of his mouth and roar like a lion. See Starchild shoot lasers from his eyes, and the whole group uses The Force to retrieve these medallion thingies that gave them their powers. And a lot of KISS songs. Not many of the good ones, but I'm not a huge fan anyway.

Carlo V

Review by Carlo V 9

Secret Surprise Stream over at the CHUD Buddies. I made people wait 2 weeks to find out what the movie was, and it's probably the worst thing we've done yet. I oughta be impeached.

Geoff

Review by Geoff ★★

before KISS: people beating rocks together, inaudible recordings of juggling and vaudeville dog tricks

after KISS: rocking and rolling all night, the power of music, excitement!

the instant way to make anything gripping - play some KISS!

Oliver

Review by Oliver ★½

kiss invented music

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KISS revisit 'Phantom of the Park,' 45 years later — 'Wow, that was weird'

"the best thing i can say about that film is that people think we were kidding, and that it was campy. but we were serious" admits paul stanley of what's now considered a halloween cult classic..

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Forty-five Halloweens ago, on Oct. 28, 1978, members of the KISS Army across the nation gathered around their rabbit-eared TV sets for what was supposed to be the television event of the year. It was Hanna-Barbera’s KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park , starring everyone’s favorite rock ’n’ roll ’70s superheroes — the Starchild, the Demon, the Space Ace, and the Catman — at the absolute height of their fame. But while the $3 million NBC production, lensed by Hitchcock protégé Gordon Hessler, was the second-biggest TV movie of the year (behind Shogun ), it was initially despised by critics, fans, and even the band members themselves. And it nearly derailed KISS’s career.

The utterly bizarre fantasy caper depicted the members of KISS miming to prerecorded hits at a Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park concert; kung fu fighting with evil animatronic lookalikes, various robotic furries, and a mad scientist; and displaying such comic-book superpowers as teleportation, mind control, and shooting laser beams from their eyes. So of course it has now reached cult-classic status, just like another how-did-this-get-made holiday phenomenon released that year, The Star Wars Holiday Special . And while KISS reportedly refused to even discuss Phantom for years, the band members — especially the original Spaceman himself, Ace Frehley — now seem to have no problem talking about the infamous flick.

“If you talk to Paul [Stanley] and Gene [Simmons] about the movie, they both hate it. As far as I’m concerned, I think it’s campy, funny — and if you’re a KISS fan, you’re going to enjoy the film,” Frehley chuckles. “I never really had any negative feelings about the film. I thought it was funny. I laughed at some of the scenes, I cringed at some of the scenes, but I was intelligent and smart enough to realize that it was what it was. It was just a silly rock ’n’ roll movie that was designed for KISS fans. I mean, it wasn’t Love Story !”

“I have very mixed memories about it, because we were kind of talked into doing a film that we were told [by KISS’s manager at the time, Bill Aucoin ] was going to be a cross between A Hard Day’s Night and Star Wars , and wound up being neither,” says Stanley. “The best thing I can say about that film is that people think we were kidding, and that it was campy. But we were serious ! It just goes to show you when somebody is in the room with you saying, ‘Don’t worry, it’s gonna be great,’ and your heart is telling you there’s something not great, that you should listen to it.”

Frehley admits that maybe the more clearheaded Stanley and Simmons were more critical of Phantom “because they weren’t loaded. Neither of those guys drank or did drugs.” The same could not be said for Frehley or KISS’s equally hard-partying drummer and original Catman, Peter Criss .

“I was loaded through half of the movie, so I didn’t even know what was going on half the time, but luckily I had cue cards and yeah, I was pretty good at hiding it,” Frehley recalls. “I didn’t drink too much when I knew I had an important scene. One of the guys on the set was a cocaine dealer. I’m not going to mention any names, but he used to keep cocaine in his hat and come to my trailer. So, if I had drank too much, back in those days, I’d do a little cocaine. I’m not going to lie, because I’ve been sober [17] years; we’re only as sick as our secrets. So, back in those days, yeah, I’d do a little coke if I drank too much, which would give me a little pick-me-up, and then I’d be ready for the scene.”

Frehley add that Criss was so inebriated at the time, Criss may not have even realized that his voice was retroactively dubbed in every scene with the voice of actor Michael Bell (known for playing Handy Smurf and Lazy Smurf on The Smurfs ). “I gotta be honest with you: Peter at the time was as loaded as me, if not more, and he may not even have known for a while. But I mean, the guy that they got to dub his voice was pretty good.”

Frehley further explains how Criss struggled with his lines on set: “Peter was having a big problem saying the word ‘talisman.’ … and it got to the point where he couldn’t say it, and I would crack up. We did 25 takes. So, finally the producer said, ‘Ace, you take the line.’ … What happened was after the postproduction on that film, they realized that the problem he had with that one line, there was more imperfections. And it was a production call; we had nothing to do with it. But they actually replaced Peter’s voice in the whole film! I would have been really pissed-off if it was me, but I know how to speak, luckily, even though I’m from the Bronx. But you can tell that from my accent.”

At first, however, the plan was for Frehley to barely speak in the movie, and only utter one odd catch phrase. “Originally it happened whoever wrote the script didn’t give me lines because I didn’t take the phone call,” Frehley laughs. “Everybody in the band was supposed to get a phone call [with screenwriters Jan Michael Sherman and Don Buday] talking about what kind of personality they were, and what would they want to say. Something like that, I don’t know. I missed the call, or something happened, and I think they said, ‘Well, you know Ace likes to ack. ’ Classic. So, I got the script, and everybody’s got lines except me. So I walked up to Bill Aucoin’s office, and I said, ‘You better rewrite this, because I want some lines!’ And they did.”

That was just one of several mishaps during shooting. Stanley laughs thinking about the several times that both Frehley and Criss went AWOL during filming. “I’ll tell you some funny recollections, is that Ace and Peter at that point were not that reliable in terms of staying on set. And they would leave ,” he says. “And literally, we’d be onstage — and we were lip-synching, because you play to track — and I would turn around to see Peter, and there’d be some old man on the drums in cat makeup. Or I would turn around, and there was an African-American dressed as Ace.”

The biggest snafu came when Frehley, in a state of “drug-induced insanity” and furious after he showed up for an early-morning call time only to find out he “could’ve slept another six hours,” stormed off the set, grabbed a six-pack of beer, and played hooky at the King Tut exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. “I was walking around without makeup, and it calmed me down,” Frehley recalls. “So, then I slowly drove back to the set, walked into the producer’s office, and apologized. And we made friends, and I was fine for the rest of the picture.” As a result, the Space Ace was played by Frehley’s Black stunt double in the “Den of Horrors” scene, and the lack of continuity was glaringly, hilariously obvious.

Now, nearly a half-century has passed since Phantom , and Frehley has not had any alcohol or drugs of any kind since 2006. But even the most sober person would still have trouble figuring out KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park’s plot line. “The plot? I have no idea what that movie’s about,” Frehley shrugs. “But you’ve got to look at it in the right light. It’s not a serious film. Paul and Gene took that movie very seriously.”

That being said, Stanley and Simmons seem to have finally found the humor in Phantom after all these decades. For instance, Simmons jokes that he and current KISS members Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer (who are part of this year’s “End of the Road” farewell KISS tour ) like to cuddle and watch the movie on Saturday nights. And Stanley says of the experience, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. … But in hindsight, people still love it. It’s not what we expected it to be. But KISS Meets the Phantom usually brings a smile to everyone’s face.”

Frehley has really gotten the last laugh, however. “I mean, come on, we’re superheroes . We’ve got comic books out. How serious can you take KISS? I never took KISS seriously,” he says. “The whole rollercoaster ride of KISS to me was just like this jolly, crazy ride where I’m wearing makeup, and dressed up as a superhero, and playing guitar, and having fun, and meeting beautiful women along the way. I just never took the thing that seriously, even though we were one of the biggest groups in the world. And I still look back on it today and I go, ‘Wow, that was weird.’”

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