Jim Reeves, Madeleine Usher,
Clive Parnell, Arthur Swemmer, Tromp Terre'blanche
Light-hearted musical comedy about two gamblers who win a diamond mine in a game of poker.
A rare screen appearance for Jim Reeves. You Tube
Young Swingers Maury
Molly Bee, Gene McDaniels, Jack Larson, Karen Gunderson, Jo Helton
Drama in which a singer, played by Rod Lauren, attempts to keep a nightclub operating despite the efforts of a real estate agent to the contrary.
All Over Town Douglas
A 55-minute light-hearted pop music vehicle with a galaxy of stars, including Paul Raymond's bunnies.
It Up (Sing And Swing)
about a college show brought to TV. You may remember Sheb Woolley as 'Pete
Nolan' in the cowboy series 'Rawhide'. You
The Boys Richard
A Crazy World Michael
The Cool Mikado Michael Winner
Gilbert & Sullivan Operas
Frankie Howerd, Stubby Kaye, Mike Winters, Bernie Winters, Terry Martin, Tommy Cooper
Dennis Price, Jacqueline Jones, Kevin Scott, Tsai Chin, Jill Mai Meredith, Lionel Blair
Pete Murray, Glen Mason, C. Denier Warren, Dermot Walsh, Carole Shelley, Murray Kash
Al Mulder, Yvonne Shima, Kenji Takaki, Frank Olegarno, The John Barry Seven
Peter Barkworth, Ed Bishop, Lissa Gray, Burt Kwouk, Marianne Stone, Michael Winner.
Musical film based on the operetta 'The Mikado' with the plot reset into contemporary Japan as a comic gangster story. Many of the well known musical items are omitted and the remaining songs are reworked in styles popular in the early 1960s, including the Twist. It was completed in four weeks despite running out of money half-way through the shoot. You Tube
(The Dream Maker) Don
Gutter Girls (The Yellow Teddy Bears) Robert Hartford-Davis
Animated Motion Pictures / Tekli British Productions
Jacqueline Ellis, Annette Whiteley, Georgina Patterson, Anne Kettle, Margaret Vieler
Noel Dyson, Victor Brooks, Richard Bebb, Ann Castle, Douglas Sheldon, Lesley Dudley
Iain Gregory, Jill Adams, John Bonney, Lucette Marimar, John Glyn-Jones, Valli Newby
Norman Mitchell, Earle Green, Harriette Johns, Ruth Kettlewell, Hilary Mason, Julie Martin
Micheline Patton, Raymond Huntley, Shirley Cameron, Bernadette Milnes, Caron Gardner
Irene Richardson, Sheila Houston, The Embers.
Girls in an English school wear a yellow teddy bear on their uniform to show that they have lost their virginity. The girls' leader is worried that she might be pregnant from her boyfriend, a would-be pop singer. A teacher learns the significance of the badges and puts her own career in jeopardy in trying to help the girls. Soundtrack music is by The Embers. The Beatles were offered cameos in the film but (unsurprisingly) turned it down.
Springs Weekend Norman
D'Ou Viens-Tu, Johnny? (Where Are You From, Johnny?) Noël Howard
Hoche Productions / Les Productions de la Guéville
Société Nouvelle de Cinématographie (SNC)
Johnny Hallyday, Sylvie Vartan, Évelyne Dandry, Pierre Barouh, Fernand Sardou
Mick Besson, Jean-Jacques Debout, Pascal Duffard, Jean Franval, André Pousse
Jean-Marie Rivière, Hélène Tossy, Henri Vilbert, Daniel Cauchy.
Musical vehicle for French pop singer Johnny Halliday in which he plays a young musician in Paris. Always in need of money, he unwittingly takes on a job for the Mafia and becomes a wanted man by them when he disposes of a drug delivery in the river Seine. You Tube clip
Bye Birdie George
A Swingin' Affair Jay O. Lawrence
Arline Judge, William Wellman Jr., Baynes Barron, Suzan Sturtridge, Sandra Bettin
Dick Dale, Bill Christian, Norman Leslie, John Indrisano, Richard Morrison, Teri Garr
Tiger Joe Marsh, Johnny Reno, Lal Baum, James Gavannah, James V. Christy, Russ Grieve
Danny Lewis, Gerrit Truim Jr., Burt Lange, Ernie de la Puente, The Del-Tones.
A college boy attending a school dance secretly leaves to fight as 'Kid Gallant' to raise money for his college fraternity initiation fees. He easily knocks out his opponent in the first round, returns to the dance and tries to hide the fact from his fraternity brothers and the college girls. Great Dick Dale surf tracks. You Tube
Place To Go Basil
British low-life crime drama film with Mike Sarne. Set in London's Bethnal Green it covers the dramatic changes that were happening in the lives of the British working-class at the time.
The Beatles Come To Town No known director
Associated British-Pathe: Pathe News
John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Brian Epstein
An 8-minute Pathe News technicolor / tecniscope short showing The Beatles in concert at the ABC cinema in Manchester on 20th November 1963 - including backstage shots.
This footage was incorporated into the 1965 Pathe feature 'Pop Gear'.
Original music by Paul McCartney. You Tube
For Fun Gordon
Reginald Beckwith, Jack
Bentley, Freddie Cannon, Louise Cordet, Lyn Cornell, Sonny Curtis
Musical comedy pop movie from the same team that made 'It's Trad Dad'. A positively mouth-watering cast list in a tongue-in-cheek episodic film with a vague plot about the take-over of England by a group of teenagers who form their own political 'pop' party. You Tube clip
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