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Julie and the Cadillacs (1999)

| Music, Romance
Set in the 1960s, Julie and The Cadillacs, a struggling young pop group, are enticed to London and signed up by London PR men Adam Schneider and partner Phil Green, but things aren't plain sailing for Julie.

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Tina Hall ...
Julie Carr (as Tina Russell)
Ben Richards ...
Mike Williams
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Phil Green
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Cyril Wise
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Barbara Gifford
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Julie's grandmother
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Mr. Watkins
Mike Berry ...
Mac MacDonald
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
William Adams ...
Ian
Roger Alborough ...
Joe Tex
Brierly Arnell ...
Coffee bar person
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Gus
Vicci Avery ...
Coffee bar person
Helen Baker ...
Shirley
Karen Barnes ...
Coffee bar person
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Set in the 1960s, Julie and The Cadillacs, a struggling young pop group, are enticed to London and signed up by London PR men Adam Schneider and partner Phil Green, but things aren't plain sailing for Julie.

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Shining Through, Parting Shots, nothing compared to this.
27 November 1999 | by See all my reviews

The film was released in the UK without previews. The only sane solution if you've been one of the very few to have the honour, nay privilege, of seeing this masterpiece in a cinema.

Would others please join me in demanding an immediate release on video.

If you haven't seen this - rent a print, hire a screening room, get some beers and wait for lift off.

The guy taking tickets at the Birmingham cinema where 11-2 (junior) saw J&TC's was incredulous that someone had bought tickets (that afternoon there were a grand total of 4 in the cinema).

I'd like to start a Julie and The Cadillacs Appreciation Society ----- Is there anybody else out there?


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