Live It Up! (film)
Live It Up! is a British music film (US release title: Sing and Swing) released in 1963. It was filmed at Pinewood Studios and featured Gene Vincent, Jenny Moss, the Outlaws, Patsy Ann Noble, the Saints and Heinz Burt (most of them being produced by Joe Meek, who wrote the film's theme) among others. The film also featured young actor Steve Marriott (later a well-known singer and guitarist with Small Faces and Humble Pie). Another actor, Mitch Mitchell, later became the drummer of The Jimi Hendrix Experience.
|Live It Up!|
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|Directed by||Lance Comfort|
|Written by||Lyn Fairhurst (original story and screenplay)|
|Starring||Musical guests: Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen|
Gene Vincent, Patsy Ann Noble
Acting roles: David Hemmings, Jenny Moss, Steve Marriott, John Mitchell, Dave Clark
|Music by||Joe Meek (songs)|
|Distributed by||Rank Organisation|
The film was quite successful and Be My Guest was the follow-up.