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Jerry, Mungo Jerry – Rock Legend Turns Movie Spy in New Horror

Mungo Jerry to Appear in New Horror Film as a British Agent

70’s King of the Groove, Mungo Jerry, is to make a special guest appearance in the new British horror film, Dead Walkers: Rise of the 4th Reich.

The film, written and Directed by Philip Gardiner, is being shot during December in Derbyshire, England, for international release in 2013. Producing the film is British horror author, Michelle Gent. It’s a bizarre tale of modern Nazis raising the 4th Reich in Romania. The film centres around a suspicious terrorist plot that turns out to be a Nazi vanguard for world domination. Mungo Jerry is playing the role of one of a group of British spies sent in to uncover the truth only to discover something even more sinister.

Mungo Jerry shot to fame in the 1970’s with his hit, In the Summertime, which was covered in 2005 by Shaggy and again hit the top slot. He still tours today and is releasing a Christmas single with actress Anita Harris – a cover of Fairytale of New York. He’s also written a the title track for Dead Walkers itself called, I Can See Them Everywhere. Another song by Mungo Jerry, Have Fun in the Sun, will feature in the movie and a video featuring clips from the film is being shot by the Director.

For more information about the film and Mungo Jerry see www.deadwalkersthemovie.com

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