Reporter Joe Kane does a story on a recently deceased rock and roll singer, and finds a mysterious bouquet with a message in Japanese at his grave site. Investigating the source, he ...
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Reporter Joe Kane does a story on a recently deceased rock and roll singer, and finds a mysterious bouquet with a message in Japanese at his grave site. Investigating the source, he interviews people who knew him, including a studio executive and his agent, finally finding he had secretly married a Japanese girl in Tokyo. Written by
I found funny that Howard Duff's character name was Joe Kane, the famous Republic Pictures director's name...But only movie buffs may appreciate this. This story is obviously a tribute to rockn'roll singers, an amusing and entertaining tribute, but without being a comedy. I won't repeat the topic already told in the summary line. Cute scheme, not so predictable and not so usual either. Mystery too but without murder, so sweet...
It would be great if I could find more little gems like this one. I don't regret to have seen it and I highly recommend it to everyone. Good performances for touching characters, but I admit that this thing only could not have fill up an entire movie. Too short topic to fill ninety minutes or even shorter feature.
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