Sequel to ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK has Dale a rock 'n' roller who comes back to his hometown to put on a show but meets opposition from the straight-laced locals. It's not until he stages a 1920s dance and shows folks how silly they looked doing the Charleston that their resistance vanishes
and Dale can be united with Hardy. Along the way, Bill Haley sings "Don't Knock the Rock," "Hot Dog Buddy Buddy," and "Hook, Line and Sinker." The forgotten Treniers and the equally ignored Dave Appell and His Applejacks do a few numbers, but it's Little Richard ripping through "Long Tall Sally"
and "Tutti Frutti" who shines and makes this exploitation film worth catching.