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Rock All Night

Rock All Night ★★ 1957

Typically trashy Corman quickie (filmed in five days on one set) about some wild '50s teens and, in this case, a couple of murderers. Seems Cloud Nine, the local teen hangout, is invaded by a couple of murderers who hold the kids hostage. It's up to the hipster bartender, known as Shorty because he's five-foot-one, to save the day. Unrelated concert footage of the Platters and the Blockbusters opens the film. 62m/ B VHS . Dick Miller, Abby Dalton, Russell Johnson, Jonathan Haze, Robin Morse, Chris Alcaide, Beach Dickerson, Bruno VeSota, Mel Welles; D: Roger Corman; W: Charles B. Griffith; C: Floyd Crosby.

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