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Three for All is a 1975 British musical comedy film directed by Martin Campbell and starring Adrienne Posta, Robert Lindsay, Paul Nicholas, Edward Woodward, Richard Beckinsdale and John Le Mesurier.

Three for All
Directed byMartin Campbell
Produced byTudor Gates
Harold Shampan
Written byTudor Gates
Harold Shampan
StarringAdrienne Posta
Lesley North
Cheryl Hall
Graham Bonnet
Robert Lindsay
Music byTerry Trower
CinematographyIan Wilson
Edited byPeter Musgrave
Distributed byFox-Rank
Release date
May 1975 (UK)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom



A British marketing executive books a British music group named Billy Beethoven for a tour through Spain to promote Spanish tourism but stipulates that the members of the group must adopt a cowboy image as a gimmick and that their girlfriends will not be coming along because he needs the group to focus on performing. The girlfriends pool their savings and buy their own tickets to Spain to follow their boyfriends. They ward off the advances of several men, most of them also British tourists, and ultimately catch up with their boyfriends at the end of the tour. However, the manager immediately books the band on another tour in the United States without their girlfriends.



The British group Showaddywaddy appear in the film[1] performing "The Party" from their eponymous 1974 debut album.[2]


  1. ^ Lindsay, Robert (11 March 2019). "Robert Lindsay - Letting Go". Thorogood Publishing – via Google Books.
  2. ^ ShowaddywaddyTunebox (23 November 2011). "The Party (Showaddywaddy, 'Three For All' Film, 1975)" – via YouTube.

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