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Keppel Road: The Life and Music of the Bee Gees (1997)

Originally produced for the South Bank Show in the UK and Bravo in the U.S. this definitive film profiles the Brothers Gibb with detailed insight into the Bee Gees careers with interviews ... See full summary »

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Originally produced for the South Bank Show in the UK and Bravo in the U.S. this definitive film profiles the Brothers Gibb with detailed insight into the Bee Gees careers with interviews filmed in the UK and U.S. and an extraordinary sequence as the Barry, Robin and Maurice 'busk' on a street corner in Manchester as they did when children. Written by Andy Bell

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9 September 2001 | by (East Sussex, England) – See all my reviews

There just hasn't been enough coverage of the Bee Gees career, but I'm happy to report that this film more than makes up for it. It covers their career in great depth since their move from Australia in the early sixties to them becoming the world's biggest group in the late seventies. I would recommend it to any fan.


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