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Once Upon a Coffee House (1965)

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A coffeehouse singer is the object of a young man's fancy...he pursues her endlessly in this 60s beatnik comedy.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Curtis Taylor ...
Jonathan
Karen Thorsell ...
Vicki Shaw
Oscar Brand ...
Himself
The Goldebriars ...
Themselves
The Free Wheelers ...
Themselves
Jim Connell ...
Himself (as Jim) (as Jake and Joan)
Jake Holmes ...
Himself (as Jim) (as Jake and Joan)
...
Herself (as Jim) (as Jake and Joan)
Jerry Newby ...
Manager
Pedro Román ...
Pepe
Vince Martin ...
Larry
Barbara Cole ...
Betty
Deanna Lund ...
Corrine
Peg Rayborn ...
Madge Cartwright
Eve Tellegen ...
Amanda Peabody
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A coffeehouse singer is the object of a young man's fancy...he pursues her endlessly in this 60s beatnik comedy.

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Greatest Beatnik 60's Folksinging Movie Musical of All Time!!
11 July 2006 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Once upon a Coffeehouse released as Hootenanny A-Go-Go on DVD is about a wealthy conservative playboy from New York who buys a rundown Miami Coffee seeking the affections of a singer there and trying to fit in with her beatnik friends along with their passion for bongos,tight clothes and of course caffeine.The original intention of the movie was to showcase the uninterrupted mostly folksinging which was probably at it's peak in the early to mid 60's featuring a very young Joan Rivers who was part of the Greenwich Village folksinging comedy trio of Jim,Jake and Joan,this was her first movie appearance which shortly afterward she went solo and of course became very famous.Also there were superb performances by the late Curt Boettcher and the Goldebriars ,The Free Wheelers and Oscar Brand.This movie is a must see with a very 60's nostalgic look.


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