Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park titles

Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park is a live-action telefilm, produced by Hanna-Barbera in 1978 for NBC. It premiered on October 28 of that year.


The members of the rock band Kiss try to thwart a diabolical plan by the mad scientist Abner Devereaux. He has discovered a way to clone humans into robots at an amusement park, and he plans to use the Kiss concert as a platform for his scheme. Kiss must use their special powers to stop Devereaux.


  • Kiss was unhappy with the movie. Gene Simmons went as far as saying, "It's a good movie, if you're on drugs."
  • The speaking voice of Peter Criss was dubbed by Michael Bell.
  • The film was edited with different scenes and new music for foreign release as Attack of the Phantoms. This version of the film can be found on the Kissology Vol. 2 DVD set.


  • Peter Criss as Cat Man
  • Ace Frehley as Space Ace
  • Gene Simmons as the Demon
  • Paul Stanley as Star Child
  • Anthony Zerbe as Abner Devereaux
  • Carmine Caridi as Calvin Richards
  • Deborah Ryan as Melissa
  • John Dennis Johnston as Chopper
  • John Lisbon Wood as Slime
  • Lisa Jane Persky as Dirty Dee
  • John Chappell as Snede
  • Terry Lester as Sam
  • Don Steele as himself
  • Richard Hein as Guard #1
  • Brion James as Guard #2

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