When teens in England win the right to vote, the major political parties try hard to woo the new voting block to their side. Mark Wynter and Cherry Roland sing the theme song and play the teens determined to form their own party. Bobby Vee, Ketty Lester, The Spotnicks, Jet Harris, and The Crickets are among the pop artists who help throw the election to the youth in this rollicking '60s musical. Newly remastered.
British teens struggle to win the right to vote in this swinging musical from England. When the established political parties pay no mind to the young campaigners and so the youths decide to start their own party and use some of England's most popular singers to help them campaign. Among the artists lending their support are Freddy Cannon, Bobby Vee, Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, the Spotniks and Joe Brown and the Breakaways.
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