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I WANT MY ROCK N ROLL ...ON TV SITCOMS! VOLUME 2

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Rockin’ episodes of your favorite 1950s & 1960s U.S. TV sitcoms!

DOBIE GILLIS, THE MANY LOVES OF "The Sweet Singer of Central High." Oct-22-59.
Dobie drives the girls crazy with his Elvis Presley vocal styling on "Love Me Tender." Tuesday Weld is his manager. Warren Beatty is his competition. Michael J. Pollard (his second and final appearance on the show) filling in for Maynard plays piano. Great teenage soda shop scenes. A hoot! Classic 1950s TV show.

GIDGET "Ring-A-Ding-Dingbat." Feb-24-66.
Fab British singing duo The Dingbats come to town. Real Beatle airport arrival footage and screaming fans. Gidget wants to find out if she really digs the Dingbats or if it's just ‘cos grown-ups don't. She hatches an elaborate scheme to meet the Dingbats—but then causes so much trouble for the boys that the only way to fix it is for her and Larue to disguise themselves as The Dingbats! "At least I was a Dingbat for a day!" Sally Field, Don Porter, Peter Duel, Greg Mullavey. Johnny Tillotson sings theme song. Music consultant Don Kirshner.

THE MUNSTERS "Will Success Spoil Herman Munster?" Dec-2-65.
Herman sings and plays guitar into Eddie's tape recorder and ends up being heard by a disc jockey. The DJ plays the song on his radio show and it becomes a smash hit! Stardom goes to Herman's flat head as he wears a beret, dark shades and speaks beatnik! Highlight scene has Herman on stage dressed like Marlon Brando in "The Wild One," as he plays a cool lookin' 60s guitar while a trio of go-go girls shake all around him. Gary Owens (from Laugh-In) as the DJ.

Plus... a few other surprises!



I WANT MY ROCK N ROLL ...ON TV SITCOMS! VOLUME 2 on DVD!


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