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Films


Live it Up(1963)
The tagline read:
"Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! - It's got the new beat that beats 'em all!"
This minor British pop musical starring David Hemmings was made at the height of Beatlemania. You can still buy the VHS.

Roy didn't write the music for this... that credit goes to the legendary Joe Meek. Roy played a part in this movie as a member of a group called The Saints.

 Live It Up (1963)

The Lost Continent (1968)
The Internet Movie Database offers an interesting description:
"This film starts out like the Love Boat on acid, as a cast of unpleasant characters, all with horrible secrets, take a chartered cargo ship to escape their troubles."

While Roy wrote all of the music for this film, he also had a smaller, less enviable task. He coached the actor who played the piano player in the film - a man who had never touched a piano in his life.

The Lost Continent

Goodbye Gemini (1970)
"Unnaturally close twin siblings Jacki and Julian become enmeshed in the swinging London scene and a blackmail scheme, setting in motion a nightmarish sequence of events."

Roy co-wrote the title song for this film in partnership with Don (Born Free) Black.

Goodbye Genini

Like all true artists, Roy's talents don't end with his music.

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