Celluloid Rock

Episodes

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Genome: [r1 Bd=19880121]

Radio 1's film buff Steve Wright presents the first of six programmes covering over

30 years of rock in the cinema. 1: Rock 'n' Roll 'Em

Producer/songwriter

Jerry Leiber is the guide through the first era of rock on film, from the early rebel image of James Dean and Marlon Brando through to the Alan Freed

'Jukebox musicals' like Rock around the Clock and the explosive arrival on screen of Elvis Presley.

Researcher JOHN SUGAR

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

0 FEATURE: page 82

Genome: [r1 Bd=19880121]

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Jerry Leiber

Unknown: James Dean

Unknown: Elvis Presley.

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Genome: [r1 Bd=19880128]

2: Teenage Heaven

Genome: [r1 Bd=19880204]

3: Running, Jumping and Singing

Genome: [r1 Bd=19880211]

Introduced by Steve Wright

4: What You See Is What You Get Director D.A. Pennebaker offers an insight into the making of 'rockumentaries', examining the fly-on-the-wall technique of his film about Dylan, Don Look Back , and looking at Monterey Pop, the love and peace of Woodstock, and the horror of Altamont shown in the Stones film

Gimme Shelter, plus the parody of Spinal Tap.

Researcher JOHN SUGAR

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

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Introduced By: Steve Wright

Director: D.A. Pennebaker

Unknown: Don Look Back

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Genome: [r1 Bd=19880218]

Introduced by Steve Wright 5: Act Naturally

Sting comments on rock stars who have taken dramatic roles in movies which feature little or no music at all. Whereas Jagger, Bowie and Dylan have been used for their distinct rock personas, Sting prefers to act against type. Researcher JOHN SUGAR Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

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Introduced By: Steve Wright

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Genome: [r1 Bd=19880225]

6: Soundtrack Fever