The Cool Ones
Warner Archive Collection (series)
The film's story spoofs the music industry as it unwinds its loopy tale of a rock kingmaker and the girl-boy singing duo he plans to rocket to the top of the charts.
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- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 35 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Released: August 7, 2012
- Originally Released: 1967
- Label: Warner Archives
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Roddy McDowall, Debbie Watson, Gil Peterson, Phil Harris & Robert Coote|
|Performer:||Phil Harris, Robert Coote, Glen Campbell, George Furth & Nita Talbot|
|Directed by||Gene Nelson|
|Edited by||James Heckert|
|Screenwriting by||Robert Kaufman & Gene Nelson|
|Composition by||Ernie Freeman|
|Cinematography by||Floyd Crosby|
|Art Direction by||LeRoy Deane|
|Director of Photography:||Floyd Crosby|
|Executive Production by||William Conrad|
Description by OLDIES.com:
Hey, you! Wanna catch the L.A. garage band that first recorded the oft-covered rock essential "Hey Joe?" That would be the Leaves, seen here in a performance of "In the House of Dr. Stone." The Cool Ones has more cool musical stuff, too. Like Glen Campbell on his way to country/pop renown. Plus "This Town," the song composed by Lee Hazlewood (the film's music supervisor) that would become a Frank Sinatra staple. And the quirky song styling of mid-'60s camp sensation Mrs. Miller. The film's story spoofs the music industry as it unwinds its loopy tale of a rock kingmaker (Roddy McDowall) and the girl-boy singing duo he plans to rocket to the top of the charts by making them everyone's favorite romantic pair. Tammy TV and film star Debbie Watson plays the duo's starry-eyed ex-go-go dancer, and Gil Peterson portrays the handsome crooner whose career had been flatlining. Look for uncredited Teri Garr.
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