1960s musical showcasing Cliff Richard. Four bus mechanics working for London Transport strike up a deal with the company: they do up a one of the company's legendary red double decker buses and take it to southern Europe as a mobile hotel. If it succeeds, they will be put in charge of a whole fleet. While on the road in France they pick up three young British ladies whose car breaks down and offer to take them to their next singing job in Athens. They also pick up a stowaway, who hides the fact that she's a famous American pop star on the run, chased by the media and her parents.
- Stars:Cliff Richard, Lauri Peters, Melvyn Hayes, Una Stubbs, Teddy Green, Pamela Hart, Jeremy Bulloch, Jacqueline Daryl, Madge Ryan, Lionel Murton, Christine Lawson, Ron Moody, David Kossoff, Wendy Barrie, Nicholas Phipps,
- Director:Peter Yates,
- Writer:Peter Myers (original story and screenplay), Ronald Cass (original story and screenplay)
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Summer Holiday torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: omggg this show was creepy
(ag) wrote: I love this movies very much, the story is simple and romantic, poetic and beautiful to watch.
(au) wrote: If you got a twinge of wanderlust, or feel like you're missing out on the great outdoors. This is perfect to watch. Its inspiring to see a man this old to go out and do all that he did. The book with color photos in it is also amazing to read while camping our out on a trail. Personally gives me a very warm feeling inside. Don't miss out on it and check out the other videos like The Frozen North and such. WISH they had a way to remaster this in bluray or even higher quality audio. Would be AMAZING.
(jp) wrote: no se porque la gente dice que es una mala pelicula, a mi me gusta no le veo nada de malo,por favor the bfg es muchisimo peor
(es) wrote: Surtout pour la scene d'ouverture parce qu'aprs c'est quand mme trs moyen avec ce clone d'Yves Lecoq...
(br) wrote: this movie is so bad its entertaining lolokay steve hawkes looks like johnny cash and elvis had a baby and if that baby was juiced up on steroids.i love the religious undertones and the narriation from a dude smoking and coughing while reading from the script. but this movie does have a guy with a turkeyhead killing people.
(ca) wrote: A fascinating collaboration that is brought down by dull pacing and lousy editing. You can see glimpses of greatness spread out thinly between long, uninteresting scenes of men typing and reading messages.
(mx) wrote: Other than the Art Clokey title sequence, this has to rank as one of the most disposable of the AIP bikini-themed reels.
(ru) wrote: I loved this film! It's been years since I first saw it and it comes back up in my mind over and over. This movie is very good if you approach it with the right frame of mind, but because of this necessity, it suffers in the eyes of some. I took in the 3 story lines as separate, but having [i]something[/i] to do with one another. Which, for me, was the quest for immortality. You can't get hung up on making sense of whether they are the same people (they are) in 3 timelines. You have to kind of just go with the flow and focus on the main point, the quest for material immortality, and ultimately its fruitlessness. [i]That[/i] is where the beauty of this film lies. In it's poignant portrayal of this final conclusion. In my opinion this is Hugh Jackman's best performance