Lester Benson manages one of the biggest rock bands in 1960s Britain, the Small Faces (as themselves). He happens to be an ex-con who wants to return to the crime scene. He summons the help of Major Fairclough who safe-cracks diamonds to smuggle into the Netherlands via the Big L's ship. It seems a perfect crime as no-one served as a witness, except for an intellectually-challenged bus conductress called Mrs. Edgecomb who saw Major Fairclough ("a military-looking man"). Written by
The hottest rocks in Britain being smuggled by the hottest rockers in Britain
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Opening credits: All characters and events in this film are fictitious. Any similarity to actual events or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. See more
During the dance sequence (filmed at the Rank Ballroom, Watford), there only appear to be about twenty people present. Yet when The Small Faces
perform, there seems to be the sound of several hundred teenagers screaming. See more
[seeing a moustache on the identikit
My, he has a moustache like that!
Who, the one we're looking for?
No, my brother Fred
Edited into Small Faces: Under Review
Please Don't Kiss Me
Sung by The Chantelles
Composed by Rick Minas
Arranged & Directed by Dougie Reece See more