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Seaside Swingers (1964)

Every Day's a Holiday (original title)
| Comedy, Musical | 1965 (USA)
Several teenagers take jobs at a seaside resort for the summer. TV producers decide to film a talent show at the resort and the teenagers all decide to compete. Freddie and the Dreamers ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Gerry Pullman
Michael Sarne ...
Tim Gilpin (as Mike Sarne)
Peter Birrell ...
Chef (as Freddie and the Dreamers)
Roy Crewdson ...
Chef (as Freddie and the Dreamers)
Bernie Dwyer ...
Chef (as Freddie and the Dreamers)
Freddie & The Dreamers ...
The Chefs (as Freddie and the Dreamers)
Freddie Garrity ...
Chef (as Freddie and the Dreamers)
Derek Quinn ...
Chef (as Freddie and the Dreamers)
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Professor Bastinado
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Miss Slightly
Grazina Frame ...
Christina Barrington de Witt
Susan Baker ...
Susan (as The Baker Twins) (as Susan Baker)
Jennifer Baker ...
Jennifer (as The Baker Twins) (as Jennifer Baker)
Keith Alcock ...
Himself - Bass musician (as The Mojos)
John Conrad ...
Himself - Drum musician (as The Mojos)
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Several teenagers take jobs at a seaside resort for the summer. TV producers decide to film a talent show at the resort and the teenagers all decide to compete. Freddie and the Dreamers play cooks and do a couple of songs. Subplot consists of two young men competing for the same girl, whose auntie wants to take her back home. Written by H. Veronica Crabtree <missileace@yahoo.com>

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Comedy | Musical

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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2.35 : 1
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Quotes

Tim: I've decided to go back to my first love... me.
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Soundtracks

Romeo Jones
by Mort Shuman and J. Leslie McFarland
Performed by Susan Baker and Jennifer Baker
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Dated but very "sixties"
12 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

Despite the hype at the time of its release, this musical offering was never particularly good and, if you are expecting to hear any classic sixties tracks, then go and buy a CD. For the most part the music consists of numbers which you would be disappointed to find on the 'B' side of a single. The dancing is similarly uninspired - the usual (for the time) jumping up and down and from side to side with arms outstretched, rather like a manic aerobics session. The love triangle and older versus younger generation plot is simplistic. The acting is variable with stalwarts such as Ron Moody, Liz Fraser and Michael Ripper there to balance the less able pop artistes. However, as a piece of sixties nostalgia,particularly with its holiday camp setting, the film is well worth a look and Freddie and the Dreamers are always value for money.


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