The Monkees are asked to appear as extras in Luther Kramm's new beach movie, but soon take offense to the film's star, Frankie Catalina. After upstaging him during the production, Catalina walks off the movie and the Monkees push Davy into the limelight as the new teen idol.
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The 2-3 second clip of the train traveling through the wild is of the Hooterville Trolley from [link=Peter Tork
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Kramm picks up Davy's album and reads off the title as "Davy Jones
Sings," but the cover reads simply "David Jones". See more
Well, what do you want? I've offered you my Lovin' Spoonfull collection, my Bobby Dillon records, my Blind Lemmon Jefferson records and this prize of my collection: Bobby Darrin sings his bankbook.
Throw in the Stones.
[Mike hands over his David Jones LP
Hooray for Hollywood,
Composed by Richard A. Whiting
and Johnny Mercer
Arranged by Stu Phillips See more