• Short Summary

    Danny Storm and the Strollers go through some training at Clifton Hall before singing us 'Honest I Do'.

  • Description

    London and Rugby, Warwickshire

    L/S exterior of '2i's Coffee Bar', C/U of the sign. L/S interior full of teenagers drinking coffee, M/S as the camera pans over the crowd as they chat, drink and smoke. M/S of a list of people who have appeared there. C/U framed photographs of Cliff Richard and Tommy Steele on the wall. M/S of a collage of photographs of famous people, including Adam Faith and Vince Taylor.

    L/S of a country house behind a gate which has a sign saying 'Clifton Hall Artistes Rugby' on it. L/S of the house, M/S of the steps, the camera pans up to the doors. L/S of a group of young people stood outside, there is an archery target pinned to a tree and singer Danny Storm is stringing up his bow. He aims, C/U of the target as the arrow misses it. M/S of Danny putting another arrow in, a man is helping him, he aims again. C/U of the target as the arrow hits it. M/S of Danny and another man feeding hens, M/S of Danny and others riding horses. M/S interior as they play snooker.

    M/S of sound equipment, a man wearing headphones puts the needle on a record. L/S of Danny stood in front of a microphone surrounded by his band The Strollers. Danny starts to sing 'Honest I do', M/S of a couple twisting to the song. C/U of the needle on the record.

    The rest of the item shows Danny singing the song together with shots of the band and backing singers stood round a microphone, and another shot of the couple dancing. There is also a shot of someone running a brush over the record as it is played.

    Cuts exist - see separate record.

    Note: Pathe staff love this film. Danny Storm is just so cheesy and brilliant and he has an amazing quiff! - JH

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    Colour pictorials
    British Pathé
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    hd format:
    HD at Filmfinity
    Time in/Out:
    01:56:02:00 / 01:59:31:00
    CP 372

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