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Christina L. Tellifson
This is the true story of Ritchie Valens, a young rock and roll singer who tragically died in a plane crash at age 17. The film follows Ritchie from his days in Pacoima, California where he and his family make a meager living working on farms to his rise as a star. The film also focuses on Ritchie's friendship and rivalry with his older brother Bob Morales and his relationship with Donna Ludwig, his girlfriend. Written by
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One of the cartoon characters seen on the wall of Bob's basement studio is Oswald the Rabbit, the early Disney character that was later modified and became Mickey Mouse. See more »
When the DJ announces the sad news that Holly, Richardson, and Valens have died in a plane crash, he plays the song "Sleepwalk" by Santo and Johnny as a tribute to the fallen musicians. The crash occurred on 3 February 1959 and the song "Sleep Walk" was not released until July 1959. See more »
Under-rated melodrama with excellent music by Los Lobos and others. Young Lou Diamond Phillips gives an excellent energetic performance and Esi Morles is at his very best as the sometimes neglected hoodlum brother. A great cast from top to bottom saves what could have been an all too sudsy script.
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