Associated Film Distribution (AFD) released Can’t Stop the Music on June 20, 1980. Nancy Walker directed the film which starred Ray Simpson, David Hodo, and Felipe Rose.
‘Can’t Stop the Music’ Movie Summary
Can’t Stop the Music is a retro time capsule that begins in a record store with wall to wall vinyl. Our main man, Jack, the effervescent pre Police Academy Steve Guttenberg declares ‘My time is Now’ while quitting to go into show business.
With stars in his eyes and roller skates on his feet, he dreams of one chance to make it big in the record industry.
Friend and recently retired international model, Sam (Valerie Perrine who openly admits this film ruined her future career), wants a demo tape to pass onto her contacts in hope success will transcend.read full summary
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