ROCKED ROCKED ROCKED

 

UNCLE PETE IN A RECONSTITUTED DARK VAULT

     We frequently take trips down Memory Lane in The Dark Vault Of Public Domain, so how ’bout a little trip back in time as well. If you tuned in a couple of weeks ago, you had the opportunity to join UNCLE PETE for a big ol’ Rock and Roll Party as he brought you the 50’s rock and roll spectacular Rock Rock Rock! From 1956, it stars Alan Freed as himself, Tuesday Weld in her film debut as Dori, and Teddy Randazzo as Tommy. Dori and Tommy have a thing goin’ and Dori wants to buy a strapless evening gown to wear when they go to the big rock and roll dance at the school. Unfortunately, she get involved in a crooked savings and loan scandal – which proves you should pay attention in math class. Tommy is a budding rock and roll singer and belts out a few numbers along the way. And all this takes place with the backdrop of the legendary Alan Freed hangin’ out with some big names and organizing the entertainment for the dance. Big names that include Chuck Berry, The Moonglows, The Flamingos, LaVern Baker and Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers.    

UNCLE PETE DISPLAYS THE NEW BIO-AUDIO VITOPOD (TM)

     Meanwhile, UNCLE PETE showed off the reconstructed Vault and found a few trailers and musical numbers to present including the Hondells doing Sea Cruise. Plus it was the first peek at the brand new bio-audio component system – The VitoPod (TM).

     We hope you were there, but if you weren’t, don’t worry. We love this one real good and you just might see it again as UNCLE PETE continues to liven up channel 4 at 10PM every Saturday with THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN!

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~ by UNCLE PETE on July 28, 2012.

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