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BIG NIGHT, THE 1960

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THE BIG NIGHT 1960
U.S. film. Excellent quality. 4:3 aspect ratio. Randy Sparks stars and sings title song. While walking home from a date at an amusement park (nicely filmed!), two Venice, California high schoolers, Frankie (Randy Sparks) and Ellie (Venetia Stevenson), hear sirens and gunshots as a cop car chases bad guys. Something is thrown from the car into the canal, the cops kill two of the bad guys and a third gets away.

Frankie and Ellie see a floating briefcase and Frankie swims out to retrieve it, then he stashes it away. The next morning, he reads in the newspaper about two bank robbers being killed after robbing $200,000. Frankie goes back to where he hid the briefcase and sure enough it loaded with cash!

Rather than tell the cops Franking decides he and Ellie should have a better life than his lowly drill press operator father. Things get complicated very quickly as the still-alive bad guy wants his loot and the cops start wondering about Frankie.

The year after this film was made Randy Sparks formed the folk music group, The New Christy Minstrels. Look for cool bar scene with nice footage of a 1958 Rock-Ola 1458 Jukebox. Randy Sparks, Dick Contino, Jesse White, Robert Paget, Venetia Stevenson, Dick Foran, Frank Ferguson, Paul Langton.

Plus these bonus selections...

THE GISELLE MACKENZIE SHOW 1958
Randy Sparks is the guest. He plays guitar and sings two songs.

THE BOB CROSBY SHOW 1957
Dick Contino is the guest. The strap breaks on Dick’s according and quick-thinking Dick runs over the piano. Pretty cool!


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