|Ferry Cross the Mersey|
|Directed by||Jeremy Summers|
|Produced by||Brian Epstein, Michael Holden|
|Written by||David Franden, Tony Warren (story)|
|Starring||Gerry and the Pacemakers
|Music by||Gerry Marsden, George Martin|
|Edited by||John Victor-Smith|
Ferry Cross the Mersey is a 1965 musical film featuring Gerry and the Pacemakers.
The film, directed by Jeremy Summers, was the first to be shot on location in Liverpool after the city's emergence into the music mainstream (which had previously seen only Frankie Vaughan, Russ Hamilton, Billy Fury and Lita Roza as stars). For authenticity, many scenes were shot in clubs near the home of Gerry and the Pacemakers' frontman Gerry Marsden. A scene on a ferry (the Mountwood) on the River Mersey showed the docks as a backdrop. Marsden wrote nine new songs for the film which also starred Julie Samuel, Cilla Black singing "Is it Love?", Jimmy Savile, and The Fourmost. Future Doctor Who actress Elisabeth Sladen appeared in the film as an uncredited extra. Disc Jockey Steve Wright appeared in the crowd as a boy.
The song "Ferry Cross the Mersey" was written by Gerry Marsden as the theme song for the film.
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