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Be My Guest (1965)

A family inherits a seaside hotel and has trouble filling it up until their son's rock group begins packing 'em in. This film was one of several British films from the mid-sixties which ... See full summary »

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... Dave
Steve Marriott ... Ricky (as Stephen Marriot)
John Pike ... Phil
Andrea Monet ... Erica
... Herbert
Diana King ... Margaret
Avril Angers ... Mrs Pucil
... Wanda
David Healy ... Hilton Bass (as David Healey)
... Artie
David Lander ... Routledge
Robin Stewart ... Mathews
... Dyllis
Pamela Ann Davy ... Zena (as Pamela Ann Davies)
Douglas Ives ... Steward
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A family inherits a seaside hotel and has trouble filling it up until their son's rock group begins packing 'em in. This film was one of several British films from the mid-sixties which offered the added inducement of a guest appearance by Jerry Lee Lewis. Written by Anonymous

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Opening credits: All characters and events in this film are fictitious. Any similarity to actual events or persons living or dead is purely coincidental. See more »

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Follows Sing and Swing (1963) See more »

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No One But Me
Composed by Pete Gage (as Peter Gage) and Geoff Pullum
by Jerry Lee Lewis
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Cute movie of interest for lovers of 50's and 60's music
12 June 2002 | by See all my reviews

In The US it is hard to find but this movie has two things worth seeing. First is Jerry Lee Lewis' great performance. This was filmed at the peak of his career and has a song never offically releases. Second Steve Marriott of the the seminal bands The Small Faces and Humble Pie is one of the stars. He is very young here and his performance is a bit different then his tough RnB stage persona. It is too hard to find film of the Small faces period but this gives you a little glimpse of their main force before stardom. He is very innocent and almost boyish here how different. Oh the movie itself has a bad plot and bad acting but hey this is a cool film anyhow.


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