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Queen: Hungarian Rhapsody - Live in Budapest '86 (1987)
"Varázslat - Queen Budapesten" (original title)

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Classic pomp-rock concert film
28 August 2007 | by (Birmingham, England) – See all my reviews

This is a truly great film of one of the biggest and best live acts of our time at their peak. Part of the tour that turned out to be their last, this concert by the band contains immaculate performances of their biggest hits and serves as a reminder to just what a live outfit they were. Interspersed with rare (if a little uninteresting) footage of the band in and around Budapest, the film concentrates on great cinematography of the concert and showing Freddie (three costume changes and all) and the band in full swagger. A great companion piece to the more well-know Wembley Stadium film from the end of the tour. This is a must for any Queen fan.


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