Up and coming singer wins her shot at stardom in New York, but instead nearly gets raped by a lech.
Cheap little B-movie, billed as "Britain's first rock & roll movie," though there isn't very much rock music at all. The highlight is probably Billy Myles singing "The Joker," a knock-off of "The Great Pretender." Amber and Page are both fine singers, but have no discernible acting talent. Browning is about the only one in the cast who shows any real acting chops. An interesting curio capturing a brief moment of time, and that's really the only entertainment value to be had (unless you want to do MST3K style heckling, of course).
This film was apparently released in the US in 1962 as The Amorous Sex, with several musical numbers cut and scenes of strippers added in. The version reviewed here appears to be that version with the naughty bits removed, as Lee Allen is only briefly heard, and Cindy Mann not seen at all, but no strippers.