I was part of the crew on the shoot. It was shot with 35 mm Mitchell BNC's fitted with the 3D Spacevision process lenses used for "Andy Warhol's Frankenstein" and hand held 16mm cameras without 3D. It was briefly available on Betamax, and has now surfaced on DVD in the UK from Oracle Home Entertainment, titled "Willie Nelson Invites You To His 4th of July Picnic" with a running time of 90 minutes. There's a very long story about the original financier, the original director, and why the movie was never released in the 3D, as well as the delayed copyright and release in the states. PS - the woman that streaks the stage in Doug Kershaw's segment was anything but spontaneous, but the rest of the talent wasn't expecting it.
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