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Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who -- Spanning four decades, this authorized and definitive anthology of The Who relives their journey from humble beginnings to their meteoric rise to rock legend status in a 3-film DVD set.


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25 October 2008 (Japan) See more »
A documentary on The Who, featuring interviews with the band's two surviving members, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Roger Daltrey ... Himself

Pete Townshend ... Himself

John Entwistle ... Himself (archive footage)

Keith Moon ... Himself (archive footage)
Richard Barnes ... Himself
Jeffrey Baxter ... Himself
John Bundrick ... Himself
Dougal Butler ... Himself
Bill Curbishley ... Himself
Heather Daltrey ... Herself

The Edge ... Himself
Christopher Entwistle ... Himself
Lesley Fox ... Herself

Noel Gallagher ... Himself
Alan Garrison ... Himself
Harvey Goldsmith ... Himself
Diane Hatz ... Herself

Glyn Johns ... Himself
Queenie Johns ... Herself
Kenney Jones ... Himself
Steve Jones ... Himself
Rob Ladd ... Himself
Greg Lake ... Himself
Mike McInnerney ... Himself
Kathleen Moon ... Herself
Pino Palladino ... Himself
Bob Pridden ... Himself
Alan Rogan ... Himself
Mike Shaw ... Himself
Billy Sheehan ... Himself
Sean Smith ... Himself

Christopher Stamp ... Himself (as Chris Stamp)
Zak Starkey ... Himself

Sting ... Himself
David Swartz ... Himself
Frank Simes ... Himself (as Frank Symes)
Shel Talmy ... Himself
Alan Tomkins ... Himself
Simon Townshend ... Himself

Eddie Vedder ... Himself
Rick Wakeman ... Himself
Alison Wise ... Herself

Paul Crowder ... Narrator (voice)

Directed by
Paul Crowder 
Murray Lerner 
Parris Patton (segment "Who Art You?")
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Monroe 

Produced by
Tobin Armbrust .... co-executive producer
Alexander Yves Brunner .... co-executive producer
Bill Curbishley .... executive producer
Guy East .... executive producer
Ben Holden .... co-supervising producer
Murray Lerner .... co-producer
Tia Lessin .... consulting producer
Agi Orsi .... supervising producer
Robert Rosenberg .... executive producer
Nigel Sinclair .... producer
Larry Yelen .... associate producer
Cinematography by
Matteo Passigato 
Film Editing by
Paul Crowder 
Pagan Danielle Harleman  (as Pagan Harleman)
David Zieff 
Production Management
Alexandra De La Vega .... post-production supervisor
Agi Orsi .... unit production manager
Cecy Rangel .... unit manager
Art Department
Paul S. Power .... storyboard artist (as Paul Power)
Sound Department
Stephanie Brown .... dialogue editor
Kelly Butler .... sound recordist
William R. Dean .... supervising sound editor
Doug Dunderdale .... sound recordist
Paul Hackner .... dialogue editor
Harry Haese .... sound supervisor
Greg Hedgepath .... sound effects editor
Matt Hedges .... sound editorial coordinator
Matthew Iadarola .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Ryan Maguire .... foley mixer
James Morioka .... sound effects editor
Tom Ozanich .... sound re-recording mixer
Joan Rowe .... foley artist
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
Anthony Roza .... sound effects editor
Patrick Weise .... apprentice sound editor
Guy Willison .... sound recordist
Drew Yerys .... sound effects editor
John Zecca .... sound recordist
Camera and Electrical Department
Nick Doob .... camera operator (segment "Who's Back")
Robert Elfstrom .... camera operator
Tom Feldman .... gaffer
Ron Geary .... grip electric
Harry Haese .... focus puller
Chris Hegedus .... camera operator (segment "Who's Back")
Jay Hergot .... key grip
Justin Kreutzmann .... camera operator
Stephen Ley .... camera operator
Josef Nalevansky .... camera operator
Matteo Passigato .... camera operator
D.A. Pennebaker .... camera operator (segment "Who's Back")
William Turnley .... camera operator
John Martin White .... camera operator
Editorial Department
Jason Barnoski .... assistant editor
Michael Goren .... additional assistant editor (as Mike Goren)
April Hayes .... additional assistant editor
Derek Herr .... on-line editor
Andrew Kimery .... assistant editor
Peter Kwong .... additional first assistant editor
Andy Lichtstein .... digital colorist
Randy Magalski .... on-line editor
Erin Magner .... additional post-production services
Lara Mazzawi .... assistant editor
Benjamin Murray .... on-line editor
George Panos .... additional assistant editor
Kristine Patnugot .... additional assistant editor
Parris Patton .... additional editor
Caitrin Rogers .... additional assistant editor
Matthew Schmidt .... first assistant editor
Stephen H. Sloan .... assistant editor
Amber Taylor .... Account Manager (The Post Group )
Music Department
Sharif Ahmed .... music clearances
Paul B. Clay .... music mixer
Other crew
Monika Agorelius .... epk producer
Fahed Alhabib .... production assistant
Jesse Averna .... production assistant
Edward Barlow .... production coordinator: Europe
Ivy Kagan Bierman .... business affairs
Cookie Brusa .... representative: Trinifold
Leonardo Cellai .... production coordinator: Europe
Kate Coe .... footage researcher
Perry Joseph .... production coordinator: Europe
Huttenberg Nassar .... production assistant
Matthew Paine .... financial consultant
Stephanie Palumbo .... production assistant
Nigel Pearson .... business affairs
Kathleen Phelan .... production accountant
Juan Rodriguez .... production assistant
Nick Ryle .... archive consultant
Avital Shalev .... intern
Allison Asay Sowers .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Allison Asay Sowers .... researcher
Teresa Torchiano .... production assistant
John Beug .... special thanks
Barry W. Blaustein .... special thanks
Tracy Bufferd .... special thanks: interviews
Anita Camarata .... special thanks: interviews
Myles Clarke .... special thanks
Lisa Cole .... special thanks
Kelly Curtis .... special thanks: interviews
Roger Daltrey .... acknowledgment: photos courtesy of
Jesse Dylan .... special thanks
Nick Goderson .... special thanks
Bob Gruen .... acknowledgment: photos courtesy of
Bomber Hurley-Smith .... special thanks
Nicola Joss .... special thanks
Jon Larson .... special thanks
Brian Loucks .... special thanks: interviews
Paul McGuinness .... special thanks: interviews
Frazer Pennebaker .... special thanks
Stacy Peralta .... special thanks
Aubrey Powell .... special thanks
Neal Preston .... acknowledgment: photos courtesy of
Hugh Rees-Parnell .... special thanks
Marion Rosenberg .... special thanks
Kathryn Schenker .... special thanks: interviews
Sigurjon Sighvatsson .... special thanks
Pete Townshend .... acknowledgment: photos courtesy of
Nicole Vandenberg .... special thanks: interviews
Baron Wolman .... acknowledgment: photos courtesy of

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Also Known As:
"The Who: Amazing Journey" - Japan (English title)
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USA:237 min | Canada:120 min (Toronto International Film Festival) | Argentina:208 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby (Dolby 5.1)

Did You Know?

Pete Townshend:Gustav Metzger comes in and shows movies of him with one young Yoko Ono, by the way, bursting through paintings with... You know, slashing at it with a sword, and a bunch of what looks like idiotic art students on the streets smashing up an old piano, and then tries to describe his thesis, which was that what we're doing is we're destroying our planet, and what art should do is reflect that destruction.See more »
Movie Connections:
Features The Concert for New York City (2001) (TV)See more »
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10 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
An amazing journey indeed!, 16 December 2007
Author: Superunknovvn from Austria, Vienna

After the flood of Who-DVDs we've seen lately and the fact that "The Kids Are Alright" is a pretty definite document not only on the story of The Who but on Rock 'N' Roll as a whole, I was more than skeptical whether this new documentary on Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon was really necessary. Well, I'm a fan so I picked the DVD up anyway and having just watched it I'm more than glad that I did.

I didn't learn anything completely new, but the "Amazing Journey" of The Who is so entertaining and peppered with such a great number of fantastic songs that it's just a real joy to watch it all being told once again. Besides, previous Who-films like "The Kids Are Alright" or "30 Years Of Maximum R&B" didn't really contain that many facts, but concentrated more on live performances. "Amazing Journey" takes a different approach and features lots of statements by the band, their producers, managers and folks who accompanied them along the way, as well as a few fans (Eddie Vedder, Noel Gallagher, Sting, The Edge, Steve Jones). The movie also features lots of amazing and previously unseen footage of live appearances, recording sessions and historic interviews. At 120 minutes running time the makers did a fine job touching most of the cornerstones in the band's career - just why didn't "Live At Leeds" get a mention? - while still keeping the pacing tight.

Yep, this is definitely recommendable for any The Who fan, even those who already have like 20 DVDs by that band on the shelf. "Amazing Journey" definitely inspires to dig them all up again and remember why Pete Townshend and the other three loons were one of the greatest bands that ever existed.

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