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Helen-Craig Douglas-IT'S TRAD DAD/RING A DING A RHYTHM-Cinema film -1962-sings LET'S TALK ABOUT LOVE,SOMETIME YESTERDAY and RING A DING A RHYTHM(75 min) 07
IT'S TRAD, DAD, starring Craig Douglas & Helen Shapiro; screenplay by Milton Subotsky; directed by Richard Lester; produced by Milton Subotsky. Columbia Pictures, 1962, b/w, 78 min. Includes performances by Del Shannon, Mr. Acker Bilk, Kenny Ball, the Temperence Seven, the BrookBrothers, Chubby Checker, Gary "U.S." Bonds, Gene McDaniels, John Leyton. Rockabilly-related performances:"Spaceship To Mars" by Gene Vincent
Helen-PLAY IT COOL-Cinema film-1962-sings-CRY MY HEART OUT, and I DON'T CARE-(82 min)
Billy Universe (guess who) and the Satellites are en route to Brussels to take part in a song festival. The aircraft is grounded, so they give a tour of London to an heiress who is being sent abroad by her father on the same aircraft, to separate her from an unsuitable romantic interest. Many excuses for songs written by Norrie Paramor - the title song Play It Cool and Once Upon A Dream are the pick of the bunch. Guest stars (one song each) are Helen Shapiro, Bobby Vee, Danny Williams and Shane Fenton and the Fentones. The first cinema feature film directed by Michael Winner. Difficult to say why this film is so compulsively watchable!
Above film reviews were found on 'TheNet'
Helen-A Little Of What You Fancy-cinema film 196- sings THE BOY I LOVE IS UP IN THE GALLERY, and DON'T DILLY DALLY ON THE WAY , LAMBETH WALK (75 min)
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