Don’t you just love the oldies but goodies? I do~~~tonight it’s ‘Bye Bye Birdie’
Ann Margaret, Dick Van Dyke & Janet Leigh (1963)
None-too-successful songwriter Albert Peterson hatches a plot with his secretary – and long-suffering girlfriend – to get rock-and-roll phenomenon Conrad Birdie to sing one of his songs on the Ed Sullivan show. The pop star would then symbolically kiss goodbye to a young lady chosen at random from the country’s womanhood, this being his last appearance before being drafted. Complicated to start with, things get more tricky as everyone including Albert’s clinging mother descend on the small town where the chosen girl lives. Even Albert’s chemical inventions come in useful.
Ann-Margaret is still a cutie pie!