"Daydream Believer" "I'm a Believer" "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone" "Last Train to Clarksville" "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You"
The Zombies The Turtles The Animals The Monkees Hermans Hermits
Yes, they would have never gotten together without Hollywood No, they are just as legit as Back Street Boys and New Kids on the Block
Played Colin Lomax at 11 on the British soap opera Coronation Street Played a guest role on the American TV show Ben Casey in 1965 Played The Artful Dodger in OLIVER! on both London & Broadway stages Did voices in 1970s animated versions of Treasure Island and Oliver Twist Appeared in several
Yes, saw it and knew Micky was the same person Saw both shows but never knew Micky was in both Saw the Monkees , but never knew Micky was a child actor Heard of Circus Boy and knew Micky was in it, but never saw it Never saw either show
While touring England in 1967, the Monkees were given a party by the Beatles John Lennon used to call The Monkees "The Marx Brothers of Rock" Mike Nesmith attributes the unique Monkee sound to the voice of Micky Dolenz Though Boyce & Hart recorded demos, the Monkees did their own singing Originally, the producers wanted Davy Jones to sing the lead vocals
Why yes, it has! Now that you mention it, it hadn't before now! That factoid was lurking existed periphery of my mind;forgot! So?! don't like Monkess nor Mary Mary!/etc, /huh?//never heard of either act!
Yes, it would have been fun No, there were enough surf movies made at the time
The Animals The Zombies The Rascals The Monkees The Turtles
1960s- The Monkees , Get Smart, Dennis the Menace, Bewitched, Gilligan's Island 1970s - Maude, Mary Tyler Moor, Sanford & Son, All in the Family, Threes Company