The Rosebud Beach Hotel
|The Rosebud Beach Hotel|
DVD cover artwork
|Directed by||Harry Hurwitz|
|Produced by||Irving Schwartz
|Written by||Harry Hurwitz
|Music by||Jay Chattaway|
|Edited by||Daniel Loewenthal|
Big Lobby Company
|Distributed by||Almi Pictures|
The Rosebud Beach Hotel is a 1984 film directed by Harry Hurwitz. This is the first film Cherie and Marie Currie acted in together.
"Where Sex and Laughter Run Riot"
"Make your reservation for an explosive time at ... The Rosebud Beach Hotel."
After taking over a failing Miami hotel with her workaholic fiance, Elliot (Peter Scolari), Tracy (Colleen Camp) thinks model Monique Gabrielle has seduced her better half. She then tries to have an affair of her own, and arranges for hookers to become bellhops. Meanwhile her father hires an arsonist to blow up the hotel.
|Colleen Camp||Tracy King|
|Christopher Lee||Mr. Clifford King|
|Peter Scolari||Elliot Garner|
|Chuck McCann||Harold Dorfman|
|Cherie Currie||Singing Maid Cherie|
|Marie Currie||Singing Maid Marie|
|The Rosebud Beach Hotel Soundtrack|
|Soundtrack album by various artists|
|Genre||Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal|
|Producer||Marie Currie, Co-Produced by Stephen Crane|
Cherie and Marie Currie sang, wrote, and produced songs for this film and its soundtrack. They sang in the film multiple times. The first two tracks by Cherie and Marie can be found on Cherie's 80's Collection. Cherie and Marie are seen in the film singing "Steel", but it is not on the soundtrack. "Steel" can be found on Cherie's 80's collection too.
- "Romeo" (Stephen Crane) – Cherie & Marie Currie
- "Where's the Music" (Cherie Currie, Dan Ferguson) – Cherie & Marie Currie
- "Here He Comes" (Wayne Sloan) - Cherie & Marie Currie
- "Come Down to Miami" (Raquel M. Attias) - Celia Cruz and Willie Colón (as Willie Colon)
- "Meltdown" (Dow McKeever) - ?
- "Don't Like No Parties" (Dow McKeever) - ?
- "Baby Baby" (Christian Irwin) - Christian Irwin
- "Scratch" (Greg Anderson, John Duff, Paul Magliari, Lou Vassalla) - ?
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