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Let's Rock (1958)

| Music | June 1958 (USA)
Singer's girlfriend helps him adjust to the new rock'n'roll music.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Julius LaRosa ... Tommy Adane
Phyllis Newman ... Kathy Abbott
... Charlie
... Pickup Girl (as Joy Harman)
... Himself
Danny and the Juniors ... Themselves - Performers ('At The Hop')
Roy Hamilton ... Himself
... Himself
... Herself
The Royal Teens ... Themselves
Al DeNittis ... Tyrones Saxophonist (as the Tyrones)
Tyrone DeNittis ... Himself (as the Tyrones)
George Lesser ... Tyrones Singer (as the Tyrones)
Paul Sherman ... Himself / MC
Harold Gary ... Shep Harris


Singer's girlfriend helps him adjust to the new rock'n'roll music.

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Release Date:

June 1958 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A bailar tocan  »

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1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


This was the only screen appearance of Danny and the Juniors, who performed "At The Hop", and The Royal Teens (with Bob Gaudio), who performed "Short Shorts". They were two big rock groups of the late 1950s. See more »


The sax player and guitarist for The Royal Teens are close to, then farther apart from the lead singer between shots. See more »

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A shot of a rocket launching into space is shown before the Columbia logo at the beginning of the movie. See more »


Short Shorts
Music by Tom Austin and Bill Crandall
Lyrics by Bob Gaudio and Bill Dalton
Performed by The Royal Teens
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Let's Rock (1958) **1/2
4 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Julius LaRosa portrays Tommy Adane, an acclaimed singer of ballads whose popularity has passed with the recent rock and roll craze. His manager (Conrad Janis) desperately tries to get his career recharged by having the apprehensive Tommy give in and record some rock music. The first question I have is: if this is a movie that's promoting the new rock and roll music, why do we have to suffer through a few of LaRosa's schmaltzy ballads? Anyway -- there's still the famous "Short Shorts" song, one tune from Paul Anka, some cool stuff by Roy Hamilton, and the choice moment of the film where Danny and the Juniors perform their classic hit, "At the Hop". I also liked some nice shots of New York's Central Park in the '50s. **1/2 out of ****

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