'60's British teen idols, "Herman's Hermits", travel to London to enter a greyhound in a big race.
Hold On -- John dumped Sherrie. Now John wants Sherrie back. But is it too late? Will he find things with this Sherrie to be on the rocks?
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Mrs. Brown has a long snout, skinny legs…and an owner! That's right, Mrs. Brown is a dog, a greyhound to be precise, and Herman
(Peter Noone) and the other Manchester boys are eager to make money racing her. But first there's a matter of entry fees, so the
guys play gigs to raise some cash. When they enter the London dog-racing world, Herman meets a human Mrs. Brown who happens to have
a knockout of a lovely daughter. Is she the right girl for him? The pop quintet that charted eleven Top-10 hits from 1964 through
1967 reteams in a non-concert film for the third and last time with this funfest that includes There's a Kind of Hush, the title cut
and more of the band's tunes plus gleeful moments of cockney cabaret. Cheerio, lads!
Mrs. Brown is a greyhound that Herman and the other boys are eager to make money on by racing her. They play gigs to raise money for the entry fees.
The career of the British Invasion pop group Herman's Hermits was in full, fan-shrieking, disc-selling orbit when their first top-billed movie came to theaters, so maybe it's only natural to think NASA would want to name a rocket after them. Well, at least that's what's at stake in this 1966 romp that has the five lads on a U.S. tour, where they're mobbed by various birds ? and secretly monitored by a nerdy scientist to determine if they are rocket worthy. Yes, Hold On! is not so much about making sense as it is about having fun. A double fistful of Hermits' songs (including the Top-10 hits A Must to Avoid and Leaning on the Lamp Post) adds to the good times. Shelley Fabares, no stranger to the charts with 1962's Johnny Angel, costars.
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