A rich man's son is running for student body president in the local high school, and the boy's father tells the school principal that if his son wins the election, he'll make a sizable ...
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Gene Krupa and His Orchestra,
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A rich man's son is running for student body president in the local high school, and the boy's father tells the school principal that if his son wins the election, he'll make a sizable donation to the school that will pay for the football team's much-needed uniforms. Written by
Trimball For President
Written by Maury Lazar and Stanley Cohen
Sung by Freddie Stewart with June Preisser, Judy Clark and Noel Neill
on the chorus with the Abe Lyman Orchestra and danced by June Preisser See more »
Wow! These cats are hip! These kids sure know how to jitterbug! Lots of be-bopping cuties here! And they know how to croon too. Judy's scene on the phone is a classic teenager scene. Everybody is great in it. I love the jazz in the 78 scene too. This is the beginning of a genre, the teen movie.
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