Approved | | Comedy, Musical
A rock singer travels to a small Ohio town to make his "farewell" television performance and kiss his biggest fan before he is drafted.
The guitar that Birdie plays is a customized Fender Jaguar. The factory model was introduced in 1962, the same year as filming began. It was intended to be the top-of-the-line model for the company, but was quickly relegated to minor status against the onslaught of the immensely popular Stratocaster and Telecaster models.
This is John Daly reporting with the CBS mobile unit in front of the nation's Capitol bringing you special on the spot coverage of our current teenage crisis over the drafting of Conrad Birdie. Sociologists agree that Birdie is a phenomenon. And for...
As the tortoise is placed on the rocking chair, the chair begin to rock slightly. A moment later, the chair is motionless.
There is no "The End" credit or cast list at the end of the film. Ann-Margret simply sings an on-screen reprise of the song "Bye Bye Birdie" at the end, and then says " 'Bye, now!".
English, Russian, Cantonese
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