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Never Too Young To Rock (1975)

Mud, Slik, Hello, The Glitter Band, The Rubettes, Scott Fitzgerald, Bob Kerr’s Whoopee band and The Silver Band – The stars were out for Never Too Young To Rock, a distinctly low-budget but high-excitement movie that told the tale of life in a post-Orwellian Britain in which the outlawing of pop music is being enforced by Dennis out of Please, Sir!.

Piloting a converted ice-cream van around the streets, his Group Detector machine alerts for offenders.

But what our hero is really doing is seeking fellow outlaws to help him put on a concert:

The Rubettes are found performing Tonight on the back of a lorry; Mud have a food fight in a café run by Sheila Steafel; Noddy Holder dresses up like David Bowie, and The Whoopee Band make whoopee.

Hero
Peter Denyer
Mr Rockbottom
Freddie Jones
Cafe Proprietress
Sheila Steafel
Russian Soldier
Joe Lynch
Army Captain
Peter Noone
The Glitter Band
Themselves
The Rubettes
Themselves
Slik
Themselves
Mud
Themselves
Bob Kerr’s Whoopee Band 
Themselves
Scott Fitzgerald
Himself
Sally James
Herself
Peter Powell
Himself

Director
Dennis Abey