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The Linda McCartney Story (2000)

A dramatization of the life of Linda McCartney. In her early years snapping photos for Rolling Stone magazine and rubbing elbows with much of Hollywood's Elite. The story follows her ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Linda McCartney
... Paul McCartney
... Danny Field
Tim Piper ... John Lennon
... Mick Jagger
... Jim Morrison
Jenafor Ryane
Moya O'Connell ... Heather McCartney
Alexander Ruurs ... James McCartney
Michelle Skalnik
... Lee Eastman
Chris Cound ... George Harrison
... Ringo Starr
Jane Sowerby ... Chrissy Hynde
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A dramatization of the life of Linda McCartney. In her early years snapping photos for Rolling Stone magazine and rubbing elbows with much of Hollywood's Elite. The story follows her meeting and falling in love with Paul McCartney, their marriage and what follows.

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21 May 2000 (USA)  »

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L'histoire de Linda McCartney  »

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When the Beatles are arguing over who will manage them, John, George, and Ringo refer to the agent they want to hire as "Bruce Grossman". In real life, the agent's name was Allen Klein. See more »

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During a phone conversation there are two voices saying roughly the same lines, obviously one is the script prompter feeding the lines to the person on the phone. See more »

Quotes

Linda McCartney: Mick Jagger said he'd never have his old lady on stage.
Paul McCartney: Yeah, well screw him!
Linda McCartney: I already have.
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Edited from The Rose (1979) See more »

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Yeh Yeh
Written by Rodgers Grand, Jon Hendrick & Pat Patrick
Performed by Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames
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Shameful
11 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

Was that it? Linda McCartney was one of the best advocates for animal rights and vegetarianism for years, the film barely mentioned her cooking skills and cookery books devoted to vegetarianism. She was so high profile in the UK for just this reason [she just so happened to be married to a Beatle]. The film concentrated more on the bickerings between the Beatles than on the supposedly title subject. She was so much more than Paul's wife. Incidentally I am a Brit living in the US and the portrayal of people and life in the 60s/70s over there truly sucked. One good point - I do concur that the casting of Bakewell as Paul McCartney was good - he was a credible lookalike, otherwise the film was utter rubbish - it take it Sir Paul hasn't seen it.


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