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Ferry Cross the Mersey

Ferry Cross the Mersey(1965)

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Brief Synopsis

Gerry and Fred Marsden, Les McGuire, and Les "Chad" Chadwick portray themselves in a romp through the early 1960's Liverpool Beat Scene. Art students by day and musicians by night the boy's big break comes by winning a local talent contest. But first, they must retrieve their instruments which have been mistakenly carried to the airport.

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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 19 Feb 1965
Release Date:  1965 Production Date:  A Brian Epstein Production
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Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  United Artists
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Subafilms
Duration(mins):  86 Country:  United Kingdom
Duration(feet):  not available    
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  • Ferry Cross the Mersey

    Angus McPherson 2014-02-10

    Ever since this gem was released, it has had me fascinated by the simplicity of the music as well as the great melodies and the genuine pleasures the group... MORE>

  • CLASSIC

    Richard Frank 2008-06-24

    This is a wonderful lost classic of rock and roll cimena. Should be shown more often and released to the public. The british invasion movies are highly... MORE>