Charlie Gracie Fabulous (2007)

Charlie Grace Fabulous chronicles the life and career of Rock and Roll Pioneer, Charlie Gracie. His #1 Hit "Butterfly" knocked Elvis from the top of the charts in 1957 and sold over three ... See full summary »

Director:

Shawn Swords

Writers:

Shawn Swords (story), Conrad Zimmer (story)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Frankie Avalon ... Himself
Dick Boccelli Dick Boccelli ... Himself
Steven Caldwell Steven Caldwell ... Himself
Bob Charger Bob Charger ... Himself
Tommy Conwell Tommy Conwell ... Himself
Lou Costello Lou Costello ... Himself
Fabian ... Himself
D.J. Fontana ... Himself
Charlie Gracie Jr. Charlie Gracie Jr. ... Himself
Angela Gracie Angela Gracie ... Herself
Charlie Gracie Charlie Gracie ... Himself
Joan Gracie Joan Gracie ... Herself
Mike Guadagno Mike Guadagno ... Himself
Rollye James Rollye James ... Herself
Ron Joseph Ron Joseph ... Himself
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Charlie Grace Fabulous chronicles the life and career of Rock and Roll Pioneer, Charlie Gracie. His #1 Hit "Butterfly" knocked Elvis from the top of the charts in 1957 and sold over three million copies Worldwide. He was the first artist on The Cameo-Parkway Record Label to have hits, bankrolling the company, thus enabling it to launch the careers of a dozen successful artists. He was the first solo American Rock-N-Roll Star to bring the music to The British Concert stage. Paul McCartney, Van Morrison, Graham Nash and Ray Davies are among his biggest musical admirers. The late George Harrison called his guitar technique "Brilliant". He continues to be a great ambassador for Rock-N-Roll, performing the roots of Rock-N-Roll all over the world. Written by Shawn Swords

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Certificate:

Approved
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 June 2007 (USA) See more »

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