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Release Date:
1982 (USA) See more »
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We will rock you.
Plot:
Film of Queen's live concert in Montreal, Canada 1981. Featuring Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Freddie Mercury ... Himself

Brian May ... Himself

Roger Taylor ... Himself
John Deacon ... Himself

Directed by
Saul Swimmer 
 
Produced by
Jim Beach .... producer
Adrian Scrope .... executive producer
Saul Swimmer .... producer
Stan Torchia .... associate producer
 
Cinematography by
Richard E. Brooks (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Greg Sheldon 
 
Costume Design by
Peter Freestone 
 
Production Management
Steve Bono .... production manager
Mario Custodio .... production manager
Augustine Marino .... unit manager
Gerry Stickells .... production manager: concert
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mario Custodio .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Paul Bruner .... graphics & design consultant
 
Sound Department
Paul Blank .... sound designer: MobileVision
James Devenney .... sound technician (as Jim Devinney)
Trip Khalaf .... live audio: Clair Brothers Audio
Kim Richards .... sound recordist
Toni Rossi .... sound technician (as Tony Rossi)
Mel Zelniker .... sound re-recording mixer (as Mel J. Zelniker)
 
Visual Effects by
Don Weed .... optical effects consultant
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Anderson .... camera operator
Jimmy Barnett .... lighting designer
Yvon Boudrias .... assistant camera
Yvan Brunet .... assistant camera
William Coleman .... assistant camera
John Daoust .... assistant camera (as Johnny Daoust)
Louis de Ernsted .... camera operator
Ronald Desmarais .... assistant camera
Craig DiBona .... camera operator
Claude Fournier .... camera operator
Jean-Jacques Gervais .... assistant camera (as Jean Jacques Gervais)
Robert Guertin .... assistant camera
Craig Haagensen .... assistant camera
Robert Lepine .... assistant camera
Larry Lynn .... first assistant camera
John McGraw .... stage lighting designer
Eddie McNeal .... stage lighting
Ernst Michel .... camera operator
John Miles .... stage lighting designer
Paul Morin .... assistant camera
Dick Ollett .... stage lighting
Jean-François Pouliot .... assistant camera (as Jean Francois Pouliot)
Allan Smith .... camera operator
Brian Sullivan .... stage lighting
René Verzier .... camera operator (as Rene Verzier)
Michael Weisman .... rigger (as Mike Weisman)
Peter D. Wessel .... stage lighting (as Peter Wessel)
 
Editorial Department
Robert M. Brady .... supervising editor
Charles Diana .... negative cutter
Valerie Schwartz .... first assistant editor
Terry Shands .... second assistant editor
 
Music Department
Reinhold Mack .... music producer (as Mack)
 
Other crew
Paul Blank .... timecode coordinator
Morgan Da Motta .... production assistant
Donald K. Donald .... concert promoter
Virginia Fitzmartin .... production assistant
Benjamin Golding .... production accountant
Wally Gore .... security officer
Peter Hince .... personal crew: Queen
Augustine Marino .... editorial staff assistant
Julie Nash .... assistant to producer
Rick O'Brien .... stage manager
Paul Prenter .... personal management: Queen
Jerome I. Rosenberg .... special consultant
Malcolm Ross .... security officer
Aaron Swimmer .... production assistant
Chris Taylor .... personal crew: Queen
Wally Verson .... security officer
Brian Zellis .... personal crew: Queen
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Queen Rock Montreal" - International (English title) (reissue title)
"Live in Montreal 1981" - Japan (English title) (DVD title)
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Runtime:
96 min
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Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: Freddie Mercury's lip sync is completely off during one shot from "Killer Queen" (apparently the picture and the sound were from different concerts in this case). However, this has been fixed in the new DVD release.See more »
Soundtrack:
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Queen at the Peak of Their Game, 14 June 2002
Author: Dolemike-2 from Canada

This is an arena concert performed in Montreal in the early 80's. At the time, Queen were riding high on the success of their album The Game; their peak of popularity in North America. The problem is, the crowd isn't as responsive as European crowds, and if you watch Live at Wembley '86 or listen to Live Killers, you'll see how into the show the crowd can be. So on this level, the crowd disappoints, because it seems they are there because Queen is the band of the day. Nonetheless, their popular anthems get a good spark from the crowd, and the performance is great because you get some songs performed live that were taken out of the set on later tours. So if you're in it for the music, this is a great show. If you want to see a huge concert, go to Wembley.

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