A group of concerned adults try to ban rock and roll music in their town because they think that the music promotes juvenile delinquency. It's now up to a disc jockey and a hipster to defend the music in a televised trial.
Synopsis from imdb.com
Boasting some truly great rock 'n' roll artists, such as Fats Domino (left, with band) and Big Joe Turner (right, with band), the soundtrack showcases all that was fantastic about music of this era.
Found here on amazon.
This is a rather poor quality video but it's difficult to find anything of this film. This one shows Annita Ray singing a cute little song and some kids dancing, too.
I love 1950s teenager fashions. I think there's something very 'fun' about them (although the kids in the last shot don't look particularly peppy, do they?)
Lisa Gaye has some very cute outfits in this film. She also gives me a serious case of hair envy.
This swimsuit from reVamp vintage could definitely function as separates, too. And bottoms are just about as short as the shorts Lisa wears! If they're too short for you Tara Starlet has some very cute sailor shorts, which I've heard nothing but great things about.
Image from here.
Lisa also has this adorable suspender pencil skirt which I could not get a decent shot of. Vivien of Holloway has some extremely adorable skirts, which are very similar.
Well, cats and kittens, I hope you enjoyed this rather hastily prepared edition of Silver Screen Sunday!
Andi B. Goode