American director Richard Lester getting wacky with British pop stars Helen Shapiro and Craig Douglas, fighting for their local music scene, setting up a more muscular bit by Virginia born rockabilly Gene Vincent, in Ring-A-Ding Rhythm (a.k.a. It's Trad, Dad!), 1962.
Just for a moment suggesting an art film, director Richard Lester opens the movie that got him the job directing The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night, American transplant producer Milton Subotsky's Brit-pop music showcase Ring-A-Ding Rhythm (a.k.a. It's Trad, Dad!), 1962.
One of several American rockers introduced in cabaret, with Richard Lester directing shortly before he made A Hard Day's Night for The Beatles, a sweaty Del Shannon with a decent Doc Pomus song, which did not chart, in producer Milton Subotsky's Ring-A-Ding Rhythm (a.k.a. It's Trad, Dad!), 1962.
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