What a Crazy World

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What a Crazy World
What a crazy world.jpg
Soundtrack Album Cover
Directed by Michael Carreras
Written by Alan Klein
Edited by Max Benedict
Production
company
Capricorn [Michael Carreras Productions]
Distributed by Warner-Pathé Distributors
Release date
1963
Running time
88 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Budget £9,000[1]

What a Crazy World is a 1963 film directed by Michael Carreras from a script by Carreras and Alan Klein, from the latter's stage play.[2] It is a pop musical featuring a number of late 1950s and early 1960s pop acts, including an appearance by Freddie and the Dreamers.

Premise

An unemployed working class lad Alf Hitchens has an on-off relationship with his girlfriend Marilyn, whilst trying to sell a song he has written. Michael Ripper can be seen in several cameo roles bemoaning the "bleeding kids" he encounters.

Cast

On Network Video July 2014 with the original theatrical trailer.

References

  1. ^ Bruce G. Hallenbeck, British Cult Cinema: Hammer Fantasy and Sci-Fi, Hemlock Books 2011 p145
  2. ^ John Walker (ed) Halliwell's Film and Video Guide 2000, London; Harper Collins, 1999, p.900

External links

  • What a Crazy World on IMDb


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