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Three for All (1975)

An English rock band called Billy Beethoven – featuring Kook (Graham Bonnet) on vocals and lead guitar – embark on a tour of Spain. Their girlfriends are excited about the trip, then disappointed to find they are not invited.

After the boys have left, the girls decide to follow on and surprise their boyfriends, but things don’t go to plan and the girls have a number of mishaps along the way.

The only real redeeming feature of the film is the plethora of lesser-known young actors involved who went on to become famous; including Richard Beckinsale, Robert Lindsay and Paul Nicholas, and singer Bonnet, who would go on to solo success (and as the lead vocalist with Rainbow and MSG).

Other British notables in the cast include Adrienne Posta, David Kossoff, Liz Fraser, John Le Mesurier, Hattie Jacques, Diana Dors, Edward Woodward, Dandy Nichols, Roy Kinnear, Ian Lavender and Arthur Mullard.

Diane
Adrienne Posta
Shelley
Lesley North
Pet
Cheryl Hall
Kook
Graham Bonnet
Tom
Robert Lindsay
Gary
Paul Nicholas
Ricky
Christopher Neil
Jet Bone
Richard Beckinsale
Eddie Boyes
George Baker
Harry Bingley
Simon Williams
Secretary
Cathy Collins
Mrs Ball
Diana Dors
Dr Sparks
Jonathan Adams
Ben
Arthur Mullard
Rhoda
Sheila Bernette
Danny
Peter Moran
Mr Gibbons
John Le Mesurier
Carlo
Ian Lavender
La Pulle
Anna Quayle
Sylvester
Michael Armstrong
Philip
Stephen Riddle
Hounslow Joe
Roy Kinnear
Myron
Nicholas Young
Ralph
Roy North
Peter
Colin Pilditch
Martin
Anthony May
Henrietta
Dandy Nichols
Showaddywaddy
Themselves

Director
Martin Campbell

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