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Twisted Sister: Come Out and Play (1986)

| Short, Comedy, Music | Video
Compilation of four extended versions of Twisted Sister and Alice Cooper music videos "We're Not Gonna Take It", "I Wanna Rock", "Leader of the Pack" and "Be Chrool to Your Scuel" about a rock-hating teacher, rock rebellion and zombies.

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Dax Callner ...
Son (segment "We're Not Gonna Take It")
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Himself (segment "Be Chrool to Your Scuel")
Jay Jay French ...
Himself (as Twisted Sister)
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Teacher (segment "Be Chrool to Your Scuel")
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Lunch Lady
Mark Mendoza ...
Himself (as Twisted Sister)
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Douglas C. Niedermeyer / Dad (segment "We're Not Gonna Take It")
Eddie Ojeda ...
Himself (as Twisted Sister)
A.J. Pero ...
Himself (as Twisted Sister)
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Himself
Nora Salisbury ...
Zombie
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Teacher (segment "Be Chrool to Your Scuel")
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Himself (as Twisted Sister)
Patty Weaver ...
Mom (segment "We're Not Gonna Take It")
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Compilation of four extended versions of Twisted Sister and Alice Cooper music videos "We're Not Gonna Take It", "I Wanna Rock", "Leader of the Pack" and "Be Chrool to Your Scuel" about a rock-hating teacher, rock rebellion and zombies.

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Edited from Twisted Sister: I Wanna Rock (1984) See more »

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Love it - but can't find it :(
23 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

This brilliant way of making a music video like a movie should have broken through in a bigger way than it did... I think the concept of telling a story through music and creating a continuous story that's both Rock 'n' Roll and highly entertaining at the same time should be credited in full. I saw this movie when I was about 11 (round 1990) and I totally loved it! Sadly I have not been able to find it anywhere since :( Still looking though... And to all of you who have still not seen this piece of late 80's masterpiece of Rock 'n' Roll history - do so! Call up who ever pals you used to listen to Twisted Sister with, put on your leather pants, headband, cowboy vests, chains, grab a beer and watch this movie in honor of the old days. Believe me, it's worth it!


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