A teenager whose father is a millionaire radio station owner secretly records a song and plays it on one of his father's stations. It becomes a hit. Then he falls in love with a girl who ... See full summary »

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Jimmy Clanton ...
Bobby Schultz aka Chalmers
Rocky Graziano ...
Rocky aka Edward
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Aunt Theodora
Diane Jergens ...
Barbara 'Bambi' Price
Joan Tabor ...
Adrienne
Sid Gould ...
Sheldon Vale
Maurice Gosfield ...
Ernie
Eileen O'Neill ...
Desidieria
Jackie Wilson ...
Jackie Wilson - Performer
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Chubby Checker - Performer
Dion DiMucci ...
Dion - Performer (as Dion)
Bill Black's Combo ...
Bill Black's Combo - Performers
Marv Johnson ...
Marv Johnson - Performer
Vicki Spencer ...
Vicki Spencer - Performer
Jack Larson ...
Jack Larson - Performer
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A teenager whose father is a millionaire radio station owner secretly records a song and plays it on one of his father's stations. It becomes a hit. Then he falls in love with a girl who works at a local radio station who doesn't know who he is. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Comedy | Musical

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August 1961 (USA)  »

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Millonario adolescente  »

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Kissin' Game
Written by Jerry Vance & Terry Philips
Performed by Dion DiMucci (as Dion)
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This movie is likable!
24 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I liked this film for a number of reasons.The big budget,cgi films of today cost mega bucks yet are tiresome,with no story,and so music video fast-paced that you can't see anything worth seeing.The old black & white low budget films are campy fun.You get to see famous people in early roles or maybe at the end of their careers.The clothes,cars and music take some of us back to times that were the happiest for us and our country.I hadn't seen this film before yesterday when I saw it on cable and it is a hoot.One minute your listening to corny dialog then a musical performance pops in.Jackie Wilson(a favorite of mine )does a great Elvis impersonation singing a song with the same moves and all or was Elvis imitating Jackie? Loved the song too.As some one else commented it was am early version of a music video.Now for a correction The Jack Larson in this film is not the same guy that played Jimmy Olsen on the Superman TV series.I made the same mistake with a TV show. This Jack played a horrible nightclub performer whose uncle hires Rob,Sally and Buddy to write his act in an episode of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" I noted on a website for "Superman" that this Jack had changed so much it was hard to believe it was the same guy yet he had mentioned the part in his autobiography.Well someone noted they are are in fact two different men hence the reason they look nothing alike! Just 2 guys with the same name.As for Jimmy Clanton he looks like a young Donald O'Connor to me.He should have made more films no worse than any other teen singing sensation turned actor.A great find for anyone loving 60's B films.


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