Billy's Shout (1991)

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In the tradition of My Dinner with Andre (1981) and Andy Kaufman's My Breakfast with Blassie (1983), Billy's Shout preserves on film a bizarre yet informative summit meeting between ... See full summary »

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In the tradition of My Dinner with Andre (1981) and Andy Kaufman's My Breakfast with Blassie (1983), Billy's Shout preserves on film a bizarre yet informative summit meeting between legendary wild man Ozzy Osbourne and Australia's own "Boofhead of Rock" Billy Pinnell - at the Ace Snack Bar in Punt Rd, Melbourne. Written by Aaron B.Covers

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An informative interview with a relaxed and articulate Ozzy
16 September 2004 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

In this half hour programme, Ozzy Osbourne is interviewed by the elder statesman of Australian rock, Billy Pinnell. The setting, in a small takeaway in Collingwood (a working class suburb of Melbourne), creates a relaxed tone to the meeting, as lunchtime customers pass to & fro.

Ozzy is in terrific form, speaking with candour & clarity about all areas of his life, both funny & serious, and recounting anecdotes with the dry wit that is his trademark. No mumbling or stumbling here - this is an articulate man with a sharp mind, a quick tongue & full control of his coffee cup. There appears to be little editing, giving the audience a chance to compare the real Ozzy with the "Ozzy" character created by MTV manipulation.


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