Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1956. Vintage studio still photograph of the American R&B and jump blues musical group The Treniers from the 1956 film. Mimeo snipe and Columbia Pictures Corp. stamp on verso.
Rock and Roll star Arnie Haines (Alan Dale) returns home to the town of Melondale, which banned Rock and Roll music, and with the help of disc Jockey Alan Freed (as himself), tries to convince the town that the music won't turn their children into delinquents.
With notable, lip-syncing performances from Bill Haley and His Comets, Little Richard, and The Treniers.
A follow-up to the 1956 Rock and Roll film "Rock Around the Clock," also directed by Fred F. Sears and written by Robert E. Kent, and also featuring Alan Freed and Bill Haley and His Comets.
Set in the fictitious town of Melondale, shot on location in Los Angeles, California.
8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.