A rock and roll film intended for the drive-in, set in a bar where a new singer is auditioning. However, things get complicated when a pair of criminals turn up and take hostages to hold off the police. The payed-off local heavy-guy turns out to be useless, as does a professional boxer, but the situation is resolved by the plucky short guy with a chip on his shoulder (Dick Miller). Written by
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Some Have to Dance... Some Have to Kill!
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Did You Know?
In August 1957, this film was being distributed by American International Pictures on a double bill with another film targeting the teen market, Dragstrip Girl
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Why is it everybody is out to see that I lose money? On TV, everybody loves the bartender - they tell him their troubles and everything.
Would you care to hear my troubles, Al?
I got troubles of my own.
Referenced in Hollywood Boulevard
The Great Pretender
Written by Buck Ram
Performed by Nora Hayes See more