- Cliff Richard bio
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When aspiring young pop singer Nicky Black (Cliff Richard) learns that his local youth club is to be demolished by his millionaire tycoon father (Robert Morley), he and his friends decide to stage a variety show to buy the lease. But as they begin jamming the airwaves with pirate radio transmissions of Nicky's songs, all of London becomes obsessed with the identity of this 'mystery singer.' Can one big night of singing and dancing now save the day, or will the battle of wits between father and son bring down the house?
Also known as Wonderful To Be Young, this delightful 1961 classic launched the international careers of both Cliff Richard and director Sidney J. Furie (The Ipcress File, Lady Sings the Blues) and remains one fo the most beloved British movie musicals of all time. The Young Ones has been restored from original UK archive materials and features Cliff's #1 hits "The Girl In Your Arms" and "The Young Ones," as well as The Shadows' instrumental smash "The Savage".
very good movies, I saw this movie when I was 17 years in Bangkok, ThailandPublished 4 months ago by Pat Yuktirat
I remember seeing this as a teen. Over 50 years ago. Hard to believe. Even harder is that there are 3 songs in here that I remembered the words to. Read morePublished 8 months ago by HollyJaboo