Let's Rock

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This article is about the film. For the MxPx album, see Let's Rock (album). For the E-Trax song, see Let's Rock (song).
Let's Rock
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Directed by Harry Foster
Produced by Harry Foster
Written by Hal Hackady
Starring Julius LaRosa
Phyllis Newman
Conrad Janis
Music by Tony Pastor
Cinematography Jack Etra
Edited by S. Charles Rawson
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release dates
  • June 1958 (1958-06)
Running time 79 mins
Country United States
Language English

Let's Rock (known as Keep It Cool in the United Kingdom) is a 1958 rock and roll film starring Julius LaRosa as a crooner attempting to fight off the rival music rock and roll, Phyllis Newman as his songwriting girlfriend who convinces him to adapt rather than fight and Conrad Janis as LaRosa's manager. The film, another rock-exploitation film aimed at the teenage drive-in crowd, was produced and directed by Harry Foster and also features performances from the Tyrones, Paul Anka, Wink Martindale, Roy Hamilton, Danny & the Juniors and the Royal Teens.

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