ROCK MOVIE RELEASED ON THIS DAY IN 1956

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Rock, Rock, Rock is a 1956 black-and-white movie featuring musical performances
from early rock ‘n’ roll stars such as Chuck Berry and Frankie Lymon. Famous disc jockey Alan “Moondog” Freed appears as himself. The singing voice of the main character Dori Graham, played by 13-year-old Tuesday Weld, is that of Connie
Francis. The soundtrack album (shown below) is widely regarded as Chuck Berry’s
first album. Many of the artists featured in the film do not appear on the album, and
only four songs on the album ("Over and Over Again," "I Knew From the Stars,"
"You Can’t Catch Me," and "Would I Be Crying") actually appear in the film.

Rock,_Rock,_Rock_1956 soundtrack

posted by Bob Karm in ANNIVERSARY,CLASSIC ADS,Dance,DEBUT,HISTORY,MOVIES,MUSIC,PROMOTIONS and have Comment (1)

One Response to “ROCK MOVIE RELEASED ON THIS DAY IN 1956”

  1. gail erichsen says:

    you are a real sweetheart, I just seen you in peyton place====== come on can you not be in somemore movies??// please??

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