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Give My Regards to Broad Street (1984)

PG | | Drama, Music | 23 October 1984 (USA)
Paul McCartney's recording of his new album is complicated by the fact that the master tapes of his recordings are missing.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Burgess ... Chauffeur
... Steve
... Alan
Ian Hastings ... Harry
Marie Collett ... Valerie
... Paul
Graham Dene ... Disk Jockey (voice)
... City Banker
Leonard Fenton ... Company Accountant
... Record Company Executive 1
Richard Kane ... Record Company Executive 2
... Police Inspector (as Anthony Brown)
... Police Detective
Alison McGuire ... Blue-Rinsed Lady
Rosina Stewart ... Blue-Rinsed Lady
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Storyline

Paul McCartney plays himself in another exaggerated "Day In the Life." Included are fictional scenes of the star preparing to film two videos, rehearsing in a loft, playing for the BBC, and even dreaming up a rather horrific nightmare. A loosely developed plot about missing master tapes ties all these events together Written by Ed Chen <echen@bcm.tmc.edu>

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The Movie, The Musical, The McCartney Magic See more »

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Drama | Music

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Broad Street  »

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Budget:

$9,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$540,534, 28 October 1984, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$1,393,501
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This movie featured two of the members of The Beatles: Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney. George Harrison though was not involved with this production. This picture represents a big screen reunion for Starr and McCartney, as it was the first time they had both appeared in a feature film since the documentary Let It Be (1970). Moreover, both of their wives, Barbara Bach and Linda McCartney respectively, appeared in the movie. Representing The Beatles was a green apple on the lunch table during a lunch break scene in the movie. The green apple represented The Beatles' company Apple Corps Ltd. See more »

Quotes

Paul: It's gonna be one of those days.
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Referenced in Let's Get Real! (1999) See more »

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Yesterday
Performed by Paul McCartney
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ex-Beatle Paul rocks the casbah
16 October 2001 | by See all my reviews

Tissue paper thin story used completely as an excuse for Paul and friends to conjure up a series of music videos. And ruddy good tunes they were. Loved watching the band go through several fine songs, many of which I had never before heard. The story had Paul and cohorts searching for a set of missing tapes, leading the viewer through a series of flashbacks and dreamscapes which gave the film a magically mysterious sensation. The picture at times had that 1/2 baked feel I was used to from early Beatle flickers....only this was much, much better. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie: and I really went for the little doodle bug car.


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