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The Cool Ones (aka Cool, Baby Cool) is a 1967 film starring Roddy McDowall and directed by Gene Nelson.[1][2][3] The 1960s novelty singer known as Mrs. Miller performs in a cameo role, and the film features performances by the bands the Leaves and the Bantams, as well as a brief appearance by Glen Campbell, playing a fictional singer.

The Cool Ones
Directed byGene Nelson
Produced byWilliam Conrad
Written byJoyce Geller
Robert Kaufman
StarringRoddy McDowall
Debbie Watson
Gil Peterson
Phil Harris
Robert Coote
Nita Talbot
George Furth
Music byErnie Freeman
CinematographyFloyd Crosby
Edited byJames T. Heckert
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
  • April 12, 1967 (1967-04-12)
Running time
95 minutes
CountryUnited States

PlotEdit

A millionaire rock promoter joins a pop singer and a dancer in a romantic match as a publicity stunt for a new television series.

CastEdit

In an uncredited appearance: one of the dancers is Teri Garr, specifically as one of the "Whiz-Bam" girls.[4]

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