The Golden Disc

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The Golden Disc
The In-Between Age.jpg
Poster under the title The In-Between Age
Directed by Don Sharp
Written by Don Sharp
Don Nicholl
Starring Mary Steele
Lee Patterson
Terry Dene
Production
company
Butchers Film Productions
Release dates August 3, 1958
Running time 78 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Golden Disc (also known as The In-Between Age) is a 1958 British pop musical film. It was directed by Don Sharp, who was married to the leading lady Mary Steele.[1]

It was re-released on DVD by Renown Pictures ltd. in 2010.[2]

Plot[edit]

Two young kids open a trendy coffee bar and discover a star.

Cast[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • ‘I’m Gonna Wrap You Up’ (by Ray Mack, Philip Green) performed by Dennis Lotis
  • ‘Before We Say Goodnight’ (by Norman Newell, Philip Green) performed by Mary Steele
  • ‘Dynamo’ (by Tommy Connor) performed by Les Hobeaux Skiffle Group [3]
  • ‘C’min and be Loved’ (by Len Paverman) performed by Terry Dene
  • ‘Charm’ (by Ray Mack, Philip Green) performed by Terry Dene
  • ‘The In-between Age’ (by Ray Mack, Philip Green) performed by Sheila Buxton
  • ‘Let Me Lie’ (by Sonny & Stewart) performed by Sonny Stewart and his Skiffle Kings
  • ‘Candy Floss’ (by Len Paverman) performed by Terry Dene
  • ‘Lower Deck’ (by Phil Seamon) performed by Phil Seamon Jazz Group
  • ‘Balmoral Melody’ (by Philip Green) performed by Murray Campbell
  • ‘Johnny O’ (by Len Praverman) performed by Nancy Whiskey and Sonny Stewart and his Skiffle Kings

‘The Golden Age’ (by Michael Robbins, Richard Dix) performed by Terry Dene.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Don Sharp obituary at The Independent
  2. ^ [1] Renown Pictures Ltd, PO Box 592,Kings Langley, Herts WD4 4DB
  3. ^ End Credits, 'The Golden Disc', 1958

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