9 October 1996 (Germany)
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Also Known As:
Le destin tragique de Roy Black
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Did You Know?
All videos and pictures in the movie were recreated featuring Christoph Waltz
, not the real Roy Black. The performance at the end of the movie (at the RTL Lion Award 1987) was the only footage featuring the real Roy Black. However, on the screen behind him was the video of Christoph Waltz. See more
The scene, where Roy Black is dressed in a white suit and is performing drunk on a Beerfest in Zeltendorf, is supposed to be set in the first half of the 80s. Even through it was an actual event, it happened a few years later, in 1987. See more
[after Roy Black didn't showed up at a meeting with Brian Epstein cause of a date with his first love Nadine
You let the manager of the Beatles down cause of some hippie-bitch. And you let you international music career flow, just like that. I think, you still don't understand
Why do I need Epstein? I'm the number one, his Beatles are the number two. There is nothing better then Number one. You said that, these are your words
Who do you think you are?
Me? I'm Roy Black, the one you earn your ...
In the title card at the beginning of the movie, the words 'Roy Black' were written in the style, as the real Roy Black wrote them on an autograph card. See more
References Na sowas!
Written by Robin Gibb
, Barry Gibb
, Maurice Gibb
Performed by The Bee Gees See more