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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bill Haley ...
Himself (as Bill Haley & The Comets)
Ray Campi ...
Himself (as Ray Campi & His Rockability Rebels)
Matchbox ...
Themselves
Freddie Fingers Lee ...
Himself
Flying Saucers ...
Themselves
Crazy Cavan & The Rythmn Rockers ...
Themselves
Stuart Colman ...
Himself & Radio Voice
Roy Williams ...
Himself
Paul Barrett ...
Himself
Stuart Wester ...
Himself
Kevin Carey ...
Teddy Boy Opening Credits (as Kevin Karey)
John Snagge ...
Radio Voice (voice)
Alvar Liddell ...
Radio Voice (voice) (as Alvar Lidell)
Teddy Boys ...
Themselves (as Teds)
Rockers ...
Themselves
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Rock-a-Beatin' Boogie
Written by Bill Haley
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Awesome Rockabilly Doc.
7 September 2002 | by (Florida, United States) – See all my reviews

Blue Suede Shoes is an awesome rockabilly film. I found it neat to see teddy boys getting down with the greasers n all. ALL the music was great. Awesome film. I saw the doc. on Bravo, but have yet to find the thing on video to purchase (in US format). I enjoyed the interviews as well as the music. Great stuff.


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