Reviews

  • Sep 18, 2016

    Cliff and his friends try to raise funds to save their youth club.

    Cliff and his friends try to raise funds to save their youth club.

  • Apr 03, 2016

    This Cliff-movie from '61-'62 i think you can compare it with " Footloos " from the 80's ...Easy story with some great songs from 55 years ago ! SOMDVD

    This Cliff-movie from '61-'62 i think you can compare it with " Footloos " from the 80's ...Easy story with some great songs from 55 years ago ! SOMDVD

  • Apr 12, 2014

    ok uk mjsical showcase

    ok uk mjsical showcase

  • May 26, 2009

    An excellent movie of good olden days

    An excellent movie of good olden days

  • Jan 30, 2009

    Back in the days when Cliff was a fun act with catchy tunes he starred in this colourful musical which may be contrived and squeaky clean but has immense simple charm. When Cliff's father Robert Morley buys his youth club in order to build an office block on the site our signing hero and his pals (including Melvyn Hayes and Richard O'Sullivan) decide to out on a fundraising show - just like that! ("Who'll direct?" "You've been to drama school haven't you?" "Yeah - no problem!") Amazing that they can cobble together a polished production for next to nothing in less than a week but this is a film where reality is best left at the door. Just enjoy the carefree vibrant optimism and wonder at the excellent cinemascope camerawork of Douglas Slocombe while director Sidney J Furie shows some inventive signs of the talent that was to blossom in The Ipcress File 4 years later. Good too to see appearances from Rita Webb and Robertson Hare - both always raise a smile.

    Back in the days when Cliff was a fun act with catchy tunes he starred in this colourful musical which may be contrived and squeaky clean but has immense simple charm. When Cliff's father Robert Morley buys his youth club in order to build an office block on the site our signing hero and his pals (including Melvyn Hayes and Richard O'Sullivan) decide to out on a fundraising show - just like that! ("Who'll direct?" "You've been to drama school haven't you?" "Yeah - no problem!") Amazing that they can cobble together a polished production for next to nothing in less than a week but this is a film where reality is best left at the door. Just enjoy the carefree vibrant optimism and wonder at the excellent cinemascope camerawork of Douglas Slocombe while director Sidney J Furie shows some inventive signs of the talent that was to blossom in The Ipcress File 4 years later. Good too to see appearances from Rita Webb and Robertson Hare - both always raise a smile.

  • Aug 19, 2008

    I love the song "The Young Ones" and the sentimental nostalgia of times past.A bit weak on the story line,but hey we are talking about innocence at it's best.God Bless Cliffy.

    I love the song "The Young Ones" and the sentimental nostalgia of times past.A bit weak on the story line,but hey we are talking about innocence at it's best.God Bless Cliffy.

  • Jan 07, 2008

    Terrible. His acting is something to be desired especially some of the dance moves. I went to bed half way through.

    Terrible. His acting is something to be desired especially some of the dance moves. I went to bed half way through.

  • Nov 30, 2007

    Great musical Film about a youth club

    Great musical Film about a youth club

  • Nov 09, 2007

    Cliff is adorable in this! I love his performance of "Nothing's Impossible". Haha and the fight scene near the end is a classic! Cliff + Karate = hilarious

    Cliff is adorable in this! I love his performance of "Nothing's Impossible". Haha and the fight scene near the end is a classic! Cliff + Karate = hilarious

  • Nov 07, 2007

    i love e song...but i think e female lead a little nt pretty...

    i love e song...but i think e female lead a little nt pretty...