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March 30, 2007



Believe it or not I have the LP soundtrack to this movie. I've never seen the movie, but some of the music on this LP is some prety good stuff. "Jump Into The Fire", "Moonbeam Song" and "Without You" are my favorites. I had always figured just from seeing the character names on the back of the LP that it was more than likely pretty cheesy stuff.


i had a copy as well - on the Rapple lable (RCA and Apple joint venture). early or promo copies had an iron on transfer for a t shirt. tres cool !

Michael Snyder

My Videos on you tube have been removed. I will be reposting the entire movie in a few days on another site. I will keep you posted.

Michael Snyder

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the Whole Movie is now reposted in a 10 part series with better audio.


I actually saw the movie in Toronto when it was released and it was so bad it was good. Where can I get a copy?


I saw this movie in Orlando, FL., where I grew up.(which has MANY theaters, by the way) Maybe it was just the high times of the 70's...but I enjoyed this movie....or maybe I just enjoyed the music---of---John Bonham, Keith Moon, Peter Frampton, Harry Nilsson, Ringo Starr.......


I saw this movie at a drive-in theater (best place to watch this movie)in Spokane, Wa.
I'd love a copy along with Harry Nillson's "The Point"


I was one of the 12,000 screaming kids as one of my eight-grade buddies won passes to the movie on the local radio station promoting it. I experienced my first pre-rock show crush of humanity as me and my middle school buddies found ourselves between most of those 12,000 and one of the four most famous musicians on the planet, i.e. Ringo. What I would like to find out is whether John Lennon and Keith Moon were on hand, because the radio promos said they would be there. But in my minds eye I only remember seeing Ringo.

Rick Hendricks

I was there at the premiere as well, and have pictures of Ringo and Nilsson on a stage out in fromt of the Cheorkee Theatre. A picture of us in the crowd, taken from the stage by their entourage, is on the inside cover of the LP Album "Pussycats" featuring John Lennon and Nilsson.


I saw the movie in Phoenix and still have the LP sound track. It was a fun movie. I would like to have a dvd of it.


Like everyone else. I would like a good copy of it too. I have one that is barely viewable.

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