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Eurythmics: Greatest Hits (1991)

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Credited cast:
Annie Lennox ... Self / Various roles (archive footage)
David A. Stewart ... Self / Various roles (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jay Aston Jay Aston ... Girl (segment "Who's That Girl") (archive footage)
Cheryl Baker Cheryl Baker ... Girl (segment "Who's That Girl") (archive footage)
Steven Bauer ... Annie's boyfriend (segment "Would I Lie to You") (archive footage)
Clem Burke ... Drummer (segment "Thorn in My Side") (archive footage)
Sara Dallin ... Girl (segment "Who's That Girl") (archive footage)
Kiki Dee Kiki Dee ... Girl (segment "Who's That Girl") (archive footage)
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Siobhan Fahey ... Girl (segment "Who's That Girl") (archive footage)
Aretha Franklin ... Self (segment "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves")
Kate Garner Kate Garner ... Girl (segment "Who's That Girl") (archive footage)
Suzanna Hamilton ... Julia (segment "Sexcrime") (archive footage)
John Hurt ... Winston (segment "Sexcrime") (archive footage)
Joniece Jamison Joniece Jamison ... Singer (segments "When Tomorrow Comes" - "Thorn in My Side" - "Missionary Man") (archive footage)
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Connections

Edited from Eurythmics: Here Comes the Rain Again (1983) See more »

Soundtracks

It's Alright (Baby's Coming back)
Written by Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart
Performed by Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart
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Here's The Eurythmics At Their Musical Best

If you ask me, I think the Eurythmics were, without question, one of the absolute best pop-music sensations of the 1980s, bar none. Two-time Grammy award-winners, the Eurythmics have sold over 75 million records, worldwide.

Between Annie Lennox's power-house vocals (and cynical, barbed-wire lyrics) and Dave Stewart's catchy guitar-riffs and tuneful melodies, this "dynamite" dynamic duo have certainly delivered some of the most memorable and electrifying pop tunes in all of rock-n-roll history.

This entertaining, 90-minute DVD is a first-rate collection of 20 music-videos showcasing the Eurythmics' mega-successful, 10-year collaboration with MTV.


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English

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28 May 1991 (USA) See more »

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