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GHOST OF DRAGSTRIP HOLLOW, THE 1959

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GHOST OF DRAGSTRIP HOLLOW (a.k.a. HAUNTED HOT ROD) 1959
U.S. film. Semi-sequel to "Hot Rod Gang". One of the most fun of all the 1950s teen movies—it has all the necessary elements; wild rock n roll, boppin’ teens, hot rods, JDs, pajama parties, dancin’ & jivin’, a haunted house and a scary monster hop! Totally boss rockin' tunes by The Renegades (featuring Bruce Johnston and Sandy Nelson!) Cool teen lingo! "He's got static in his attic!" Songs include: "Geronimo," "Charge," Ghost Train," "Tongue Tied," "He’s My Guy," and "I Promise You." Jody Fair, Martin Braddock, Russ Bender, Leon Tyler, Elaine DuPont, Henry McCann, Sanita Pelkey, Dorothy Neumann, Tommy Ivo, Paul Blaisdell. Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow.

Plus these bonus selections...

BEEECHNUT SHOW 1959
Mar-14-59. U.S. TV show. Musical guests include: Sam Cooke; "Everybody Likes To Cha-Cha-Cha," "You Send Me." The Fleetwoods; "Come Softly To Me." Lou Monte; "The Italian Cowboy." Frankie Avalon; "Venus." Dick displays gifts he’s received from audience members and asks about their favorite dances. He does a bow and arrow demonstration and presents Frankie Avalon with a gold record and watch from Chancellor Records.

GOING STEADY? 1951
U.S. educational teenage dating film. Teenagers Jeff and Marie have aimlessly drifted into a relationship where Jeff simply shows up at the door whenever he wants. Marie wonders why no other boys ask her out. In the meantime, Jeff asks Marie’s friend Diane out, but she refuses because she assumes Jeff and Marie are going steady. “Going steady? Me?! How did I get into this!” wonders Jeff. This film was made to discourage teenagers from drifting into premarital sex.

HOW DO YOU KNOW IT’S LOVE? 1950
U.S. educational teenage dating film. Nora and Jack wonder if they’re really in love. They double date with Bob and his fiancée, Jean to a restaurant that features both Chinese and American food. Jack asks Nora, “Have you heard the new Brahms violin concerto?” Nora is startled by this intimidating question. We can see her wondering if she and Jack have a chance after all. Then Jack shuts down and refuses to try the Chinese food. He orders the leg of lamb. Poor Nora is stuck sharing the Lobster Cantonese with the more adventurous Bob and Jean.


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