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Sing and Swing (1963)
"Live It Up!" (original title)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen ...
Jennifer Moss ...
Veronica Hurst ...
Heinz Burt ...
Joan Newell ...
David Bauer ...
Mark Watson
Trisha Noble ...
Herself (as Patsy Ann Noble)
Gene Vincent ...
Tony Newman ...
Himself - Musician (as Sounds Incorporated)
Ritchie Blackmore ...
Himself - guitarist of The Outlaws (as The Outlaws)
Chas Hodges ...
Himself - bassist of The Outlaws (as The Outlaws)
Ken Lundgren ...
Himself - rhythm guitarist of The Outlaws (as The Outlaws)
The Outlaws ...
Mick Underwood ...
Himself - drummer of The Outlaws (as The Outlaws)


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Live it up ... - Laugh it up ... - Love it up with the swinging generation! See more »


Comedy | Musical





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29 November 1963 (UK)  »

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Followed by Be My Guest (1965) See more »


Don't You Understand?
Written by Joe Meek
Performed by Heinz Burt (as Heinz)
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What British Rock Music Was Like Before The Beatles
11 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

As someone who lived through it, I am mortified to read some of the history of British rock and roll. It did not start with The Beatles. At the time that this film was being put together, The Beatles were just gathering their phenomenal momentum. And - although Cliff and the Shadows, Jet Harris and Tony Meehan and Helen Shapiro are omitted - this is what the British rock scene was like. There are some familiar people here: Australian actress/singer Patsy Ann Noble, Heinz from The Tornadoes is the singer in David Hemmings's band. Also watch out for cult band The Outlaws which contains Deep Purple's Ritchie Blackmore, and Chas Hodges from Chas and Dave.

If the story of the film is good or bad, and if the bands are miming, who cares? The film is a time capsule, and a look at a British pop industry that was about to undergo a huge revolution and would never be the same again.

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