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19 November 1996 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Angus Young ... Himself (Lead Guitar) (as AC/DC)

Malcolm Young ... Himself (Rhythm Guitar) (as AC/DC)
Brian Johnson ... Himself (Vocals) (as AC/DC)
Cliff Williams ... Himself (Bass) (as AC/DC)
Phil Rudd ... Himself (Drums) (as AC/DC)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
AC/DC ... Themselves

Directed by
David Mallet 
Produced by
Lisa Bryer .... executive producer
Shrimp Chevalier .... line producer
Rocky Oldham .... producer
James Wills .... executive producer
Cinematography by
Peter Sinclair (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Dave Gardener 
Philip Richardson 
Production Management
Dominic Bolus .... production manager: Spanish crew
Dale Skjerseth .... production manager: AC/DC (as Dale 'Opie' Skjerseth)
Amanda Willgrave .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Iain Patrick .... first assistant director
Art Department
Roger Chopping .... construction manager
Sound Department
Paul Boothroyd .... sound engineer: AC/DC (as Paul 'Pab' Boothroyd)
Kenneth Check .... sound technician: AC/DC
Mike Fraser .... post-production sound
Mike Fraser .... sound mixer
Tim Fraser .... sound recordist
David Hayes .... sound assistant
Jim Iturrieta .... sound crew chief: AC/DC
Guy Novak .... sound technician: AC/DC
Mike Piper .... sound technician: AC/DC
Geoff Price .... sound assistant
Jon Wakeham .... sound playback
Visual Effects by
Tom Russell .... senior colourist
Camera and Electrical Department
Federico Alfonso .... focus puller (as Fredrico Alfonzo)
Dave Anderson .... video technician: AC/DC
Simon Archer .... camera operator
Jeff Baynes .... camera operator
Ashley Bond .... focus puller
Colin Brewer .... camera operator
Lucy Bristow .... focus puller
Dennis Brown .... electrician: LSD
Ben Chads .... clapper loader
Jeff Claire .... video technician: AC/DC
John de Borman .... camera operator
John Donne .... grip (as Johnny Donne)
Joe Dyer .... camera operator
Mark England .... electrician: LSD
Carlos Espinosa .... grip
Sam Garwood .... focus puller
Bruce Green .... video technician: AC/DC
Javier Gómez .... clapper loader (as Javier Gomez)
Tom Harding .... camera operator
Dermot Hickey .... focus puller (as Dermott Hickey)
Andy Horner .... camera operator
Steve Keith-Roach .... camera operator
Tibor Kuo .... video assistant (as Tibor Quo)
Francisco Laso .... focus puller
Paco Laso .... clapper loader
Jim Malone .... video technician: AC/DC (as Jim 'Coach' Malone)
Pepe Martínez .... focus puller (as Pepe Martinez)
John Metcalf .... camera operator
Simon Minett .... focus puller
Montse .... clapper loader
Chris Morphet .... camera operator
Ian Munday .... camera operator
Nacho .... camera operator
Steve Nolan .... gaffer
Graham Norton III .... focus puller (as Graham Norton)
Sam Osborne .... focus puller
Phil Piotrowsky .... camera operator
Toby Plaskitt .... grip
Dick Pope .... camera operator
Gary Romaine .... grip
Michael Rosario .... camera technical support
Derk Russell .... clapper loader
David Shillingford .... camera operator (as Dave Shillingford)
Dave Swan .... camera operator (as Dave Swann)
Derik Tan .... focus puller
Toby Tobias .... video technician (as Toby Arnold)
Jay Williams .... grip
Nikki Williams .... clapper loader (as Nicky Williams)
Charles Wilson .... lighting director: AC/DC (as Charlie 'Cosmo' Wilson)
Patrick Woodroffe .... lighting designer
Clayton Young .... grip
Editorial Department
Simon Hilton .... additional editor
Joel Pront .... additional editor
Joel Pront .... post-production
Tom Russell .... colourist
Tom Russell .... post-production
Tom Russell .... senior colorist
Tom Russell .... telecine operator
Music Department
Jane Mullard .... music production assistant
Other crew
Lulu Baker .... production runner: Spain
Simon J. Broad .... boy racer
Tim Brockman .... tour manager assistant: AC/DC
John Callis .... monitor engineer: AC/DC (as John 'Grubby' Callis)
Erik Cartwright .... technician: Malcolm, AC/DC
Dorian Chinner .... production runner
Justin Craven .... operator: Scorpio
Marco De Fortuny .... production assistant: Spain
Steven Desbrow .... technician: HotHead
Matilda Fernandez .... production runner: Spain
Dennis Firminger .... film stock coordinator
Tito García .... production assistant: Spain (as Tito Garcia)
Kata Gomez .... concert promoter: AC/DC
Alvin Handwerker .... management: Prager & Fenton
Edwina Harper .... caterer: Ed's Diner, Spain
Richard Jones .... technician: Phil, AC/DC
Mike Kidson .... tour manager: AC/DC
Louise King .... production accountant
Mike Klein .... tour accountant: AC/DC
Steven Laws .... technician: HotHead
Mike McGuire .... pyro technician: AC/DC
Gay Mercader .... concert promoter: AC/DC
Pat Paulson .... video director: AC/DC
Sid Pryce .... technician: Cliff Williams
Arwell Roberts .... technician: HotHead (as Arwel Roberts)
Alan Rogan .... technician: Angus, AC/DC
John Shepherd .... travel coordinator
Kari Stephens .... production assistant: AC/DC
Derek Watson .... spot technician
Bob Wein .... security director: AC/DC
Larry Wright .... production assistant

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
46 min | USA:144 min (extended version)
Sound Mix:
Australia:G (DVD rating) | Australia:M (director's cut) | Germany:6 | Singapore:PG

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2 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Poor Reproduction, 16 June 2006
Author: teejay17 from Sudbury, Ontario

This concert should not have been released; as a follow up to "Live at Donington," "No Bull" is of very poor quality and does not compare to the former at all.

Basic synopsis: AC/DC on stage being filmed (most likely) with a camcorder, (early 80s at that). The reproduced sound is just awful. The saving grace of this film is that the band is playing old songs from earlier times that are never usually performed at concerts; however, sadly, these songs are marred by poor video and sound quality--what could have been great becomes something that is not. By the end of the film, something that should have been exciting and refreshing is anything but; indeed, to watch this film is a true test of patience, when trying not to turn the DVD off and put something else on instead.

Not only do I own this DVD, but I have also seen it playing at a few different pubs as well, and the crowds do not respond well. Something that is supposed to be exciting and uplifting is instead marred by poor quality to the point that even if one strains hard to listen, the songs are almost indistinguishable. Soon the DVD becomes poor quality background noise to the din of the pub-goers because the DVD cannot keep people's attention. Basically, the DVD gives a bad impression of a band that usually can blow any crowd away, live or otherwise.

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