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Rolling Stone Magazine: The 10th Anniversary (1977)

TV Movie  -   -  Musical  -  25 November 1977 (USA)
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Terrible production number
13 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The laughably hideous Beatles tribute from the show is available at this address. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=988209650819812250 I can't tell who the "Peter Pan in kabuki make-up" guy is who sings Helter Skelter, but he's either a bad singer, or he is having an off night. I also wonder who is croaking the voices for the Richard Nixon and Jimmy Carter characters. I think Roxi Roker enters from the left side of the screen at the 12:58 mark, but I'm not sure. I remember watching this in its original airing, although I had blocked it out until a friend sent me the link to the video. In those days, I would have watched anything with Yvonne Elliman in it.


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