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On Stage Please At The Hackney Empire (VHS).
DVD Issued 2013
Billy Universe (Billy Fury) and the Satellites are en route to Brussels to take part in a song festival. The aircraft is grounded, so they give a tour of London to an heiress who is being sent abroad by her father on the same aircraft, to separate her from an unsuitable romantic interest. Many excuses for songs written by Norrie Paramor - the title song Play It Cool and Once Upon A Dream are the pick of the bunch. Guest stars (one song each) are Helen Shapiro, Bobby Vee, Danny Williams and Shane Fenton and the Fentones. The first cinema feature film directed by Michael Winner. Difficult to say why this film is so compulsively watchable! (review from 'The Net').
Best Of Beat! Beat! Beat! (VHS).
Revival In Russia 1993 (VHS).
Messianic Jewish Revival in St Petersburg Russia -concert. Music by Nagika, Lisa Leonard, Victor Klimenko, Helen Shapiro and Kol Simcha.
A Little Of What You Fancy 2005 DVD
Cinema film 1968: Helen sings THE BOY I LOVE IS UP IN THE GALLERY, DON'T DILLY DALLY, and THE LAMBETH WALK.
IT's TRAD, DAD DVD 2012Sony Pictures have released the film as Ring-A-Ding Rhythm
It is available as an import from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com
The soundtrack album was released on the
1. Tavern In The Town - Terry Lightfoot's New Orleans Jazzmen 2. Lonely City - John Leyton 3. Another Tear Falls - Gene McDaniels 4. In A Persian Market - Acker Bilk And His Paramount Jazz Band 5. Let's Talk About Love - Helen 6. Down By The Riverside - Chris Barber 7. Ring-A-Ding - Craig Douglas 8. Space-Ship To Mars - Gene Vincent 9. Everybody Loves My Baby - Temperance Seven 10. Rainbows - Craig Douglas 11. Frankie And Johnny - Acker Bilk And His Paramount Jazz Band 12. The Lose-Your-Inhibitions Twist - Chubby Checker 13. Sometime Yesterday - Helen 14. When The Saints Go Marching In - Chris Barber
2015 Network have recently released Volume Seven
PAL REGION 2.
2018 Music Hall & Variety Act Memories Volume One - Renown Productions.
A LITTLE OF WHAT YOU FANCY (1968) Helen sings The Boy I Love is Up in the Gallery`
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