Rock Around the Clock -- Showcasing some of the best loved bands and songs of the early rock n' roll era, this film was a sensation with teens when it debuted and raised quite a few eyebrows from their perplexed parents.
Introduced by Alan Freed, with Tony Williams singing lead and Zola Taylor among supporters, The Platters perform their first number one hit, written by their manager Buck Ram, in the Sam Katzman rock'n'roll showcase, Rock Around The Clock, 1956.
Disillusioned promoter Steve (Johnny Johnston) and ex big-band bass player Corny (Henry Slate) in fictional 'Strawberry Springs' discover the genuine Bill Haley and His Comets, singing their hit tune by Robert C. Gurdy, in Rock Around The Clock, 1956.
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