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Mad Dogs & Englishmen (1971)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Chris Stainton ...
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Jim Price ...
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Bobby Keys ...
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Jim Gordon ...
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Jim Keltner ...
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Carl Radle ...
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Don Preston ...
Himself (as The Band) (as The Space Choir)
Sandy Konikoff ...
Himself (as The Band)
Chuck Blackwell ...
Himself (as The Band)
Bobby Torres ...
Himself (as The Band)
Jim Horn ...
Himself (as The Band)
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Herself (as The Space Choir)
Claudia Lennear ...
Herself (as The Space Choir)
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Documentary | Music

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GP | See all certifications »
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28 May 1971 (Denmark)  »

Also Known As:

Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs & Englishmen  »

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2.35 : 1
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62 hours of footage were shot for the film. See more »

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Referenced in Dharma & Greg: Mad Secretaries and Englishmen (2000) See more »

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With a Little Help from My Friends
Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
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Good music, fair movie
19 July 2003 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

First off, if you're looking for some good music and classic concert footage, this movie is a hit. I'm sorry that I'm too young to have made it to this show. Unfortunately, I think the movie falters is in its storytelling. This was a band of some 30 people put together for a tour with Joe Cocker. It would have been nice to get a glimpse of how it all came together. The movie does drag from time to time, and I found it difficult to make it all the way through the 2 hours. Now with that said, there are still some great scenes, including one that I swear Rob Reiner flat out stole for "Spinal Tap". I'd say it's worth a look. The music alone is worth it, but keep your finger close to the fast forward button.


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