This movie includes some memorable 50's hits.
The following song tracks were featured in Mischief
:Track names in Bold are linked to a Soundtrack release.Sweet Little Sixteen - Chuck BerryBlueberry Hill - Fats DominoYoung Love - Tab HunterMaybe Baby - Buddy Holly, The CricketsSchool Days - Chuck BerryI'm in Love Again - Fats DominoLove Is Strange - Mickey and SilviaBe-Bop-a-Lula - Gene VincentOne Summer Night - The DanleersAin't That a Shame - Fats DominoSince I Met You Baby - Ivory Joe HunterIt Only Hurts for a Little While - The Ames BrothersEveryday - Buddy Holly, The CricketsMy Prayer - The PlattersA Lover's Question - Clyde McPhatterThe Great Pretender - The PlattersPeggy Sue - Buddy Holly, The CricketsAt the Hop - Danny and the JuniorsSince I Don't Have You - The SkylinersDon't Be Cruel - Elvis PresleyIt's All in the Game - Tommy EdwardsHeart and Soul - The CleftonesRip It Up - Little RichardThat'll Be the Day - Buddy Holly, The CricketsSee You Later Alligator - Bill Haley and The CometsI'm In Love Again - The Fontaine SistersLove Me Tender - Elvis PresleyAre We Missing Any?Song Trivia
In the scene where Gene is trying to teach Jonathan how to act in front of Marilyn. The song playing in the background is "No Particular Place to Go" by Chuck Berry. The movie Mischief was supposed to be set in the 1950s right? Well, that hit by Berry wasnt even released until 1964. -Thanks to Phil
In the movie at the prom they play "Since I met you baby" at the prom dance but its not the same Ivory Joe Hunter version. Freddie fender also recorded "Since I met you baby" for this scene. Add some more trivia about the songs used in Mischief
The ever gorgeous Catherine Mary Stewart plays "Bunny"