It's the summer of 1955, and Natalie is a young woman in a small town in the American Midwest with dreams of hitting the road. Chad, a black-jacketed, rock-and-roll-loving motorcyclist stops at the town's garage because his bike needs repair.
Chad is a charismatic rebel, and Natalie, the mechanic, immediately falls for him. She overhears him saying that he's had "a lot" of women but only travels with men. So Natalie covers her hair with a hat and puts motor oil on her face to approximate a beard, becoming "Ed", Chad's sidekick. Eventually Chad falls in love with "Ed"/Natalie, and, during a 24 hour period, brings rock and roll to the town and changes it forever.
However, before this takes place, there's a lot of he-loves-her-she-loves-him action going on. Chad falls for the town's lovely museum hostess, Miss Sandra. Unfortunately, so does Natalie's father, Jim. Miss Sandra falls in love with Natalie, who is disguised as Ed at the time. Meanwhile, the sassy bar owner, Sylvia, falls in love with Jim, and Sylvia's daughter, Lorraine, is having a Romeo and Juliet style relationship with the boy she's forbidden to be with, Dean, son of the town mayor. Mayor Matilda is trying to stop all the romantic action going on in the town, with the help of her sidekick, Sheriff Earl. And then, of course, there is Dennis, Natalie's best friend who has secretly been in love with her since, well, forever.
Near the end, Natalie, still in her Ed disguise, kisses Chad, which leaves the roving roustabout to think he has feelings for... a man?! Finally, Earl professes his love for Matilda, Dean and Lorraine are allowed to be together, Jim realizes its actually Sylvia that he's loved, Dennis and Sandra share a moment where they both realize a love for Shakespeare, and subsequently, a love for each other, and Chad accepts Natalie. The last scene is a triple wedding (Jim and Sylvia, Matilda and Earl, Dennis and Sandra), with flower girl/bridesmaid Lorraine, and Natalie riding off on her motorbike, with Chad on the back.
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