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Never Too Young to Rock (1976)

| Music | July 1976 (USA)
In the late 1970s, rock 'n' roll was banned from television. One young man, our hero, led the battle against the TV ban. He searched the country for the biggest rock groups to perform at a ... See full summary »

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Peter Denyer ...
Hero
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Mr. Rockbottom
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Cafe Proprietress
Joe Lynch ...
Russian Soldier
John Clive ...
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Army Captain
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Bob Kerr's Whoopee Band ...
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Joe Dunne
Scott Fitzgerald ...
Himself
Glitter Band ...
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Sally James ...
Herself
Robert Longden
Mud ...
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Nosher Powell
Peter Powell ...
Himself
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In the late 1970s, rock 'n' roll was banned from television. One young man, our hero, led the battle against the TV ban. He searched the country for the biggest rock groups to perform at a concert in support of his cause. But the enemies of rock 'n' roll had other plans.

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July 1976 (USA)  »

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Alle elsker rock  »

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Never Too Young To Rock
Words and Music by Tony Macaulay
Sung by Scott Fitzgerald
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A lets put on a show pop vehicle for UK 70's bands
6 March 1999 | by (Burnley,Lancs,England) – See all my reviews

This is a film set in the future, although you wouldn't notice, when all pop music across the land has been banned. For some strange reason two men in an ice cream van converted to detect pop performances, are searching the country for the latest pop talent in order to put on a show for the kids. This leads them to 70's popsters The Rubettes, the group with the red suits and white berets, performing on the back of a lorry. Mud,found in a truck drivers caff and the Glitter band. These groups united at the climax of the film for the rousing title song (oop's did I just give the end away)

This is an awful film, with awful acting (what was Freddie Jones thinking about) but I awarded it two points if only for The Rubettes on the lorry....


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