"HIT-MAKER HERMAN IN THE MONEY . . . .":
Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, announced in New York today that they have "entered into a seven-figure multiple deal, in excess of one million dollars, with Herman's Hermits which encompasses motion pictures and recordings."
MGM went on to say that "the Hermits will be starred in a number of motion pictures for MGM". Their first film, Hold On, is "scheduled for general release this summer."
Alo under consideration as a vehicle in A Day At The Races, originally made by the Marx Brothers.
Herman became known to millions of TV fans as Len Fairclough's son in Coronation Street.
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