Music Videos and Inside 'Streets of Fire' (1984)

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Music videos and inside look at the making of Streets Of Fire. Released to promote the feature film 'Streets of Fire'.

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Cast overview:
Herself (Ellen Aim)
Himself (Tom Cody)
Herself (McCoy)
Himself (Billy Fish)
Himself (Raven)


Music videos and inside look at the making of Streets Of Fire. Released to promote the feature film 'Streets of Fire'.

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1 June 1984 (USA)  »

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24 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

At a time when Dvds are being released with more and more extras the fact that this video has not been added to a reissue is just odd.

The VHS contains 3 music videos (2 Fire Inc tracks -tonight is what it means to be young, Nowhere fast & Dan Hartman -I can dream about you) and has Inside "Streets of Fire" a making of that features cast and crew interviews. The music videos are absolute treasures and have not been widely seen in years and make for very fun viewing. For fans of SOF this entire tape sets the stage for the film perfectly. Its limited availability would make it a logical bonus feature on any special edition DVD release.

Considering the soundtrack is a catalogue album and is always available for purchase the time has come to get these videos back out for the fans to enjoy.

When Streets was first released this video was everywhere but the movies failure has caused this tape to disappear. Although the tape itself is quite short, if you can track down a copy I highly recommend it.

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