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The Lively Arts

Synopsis

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Rod the Mod has Come of Age - A profile of Rod Stewart
What happens to a local boy when he makes it so good that he has to go into tax exile and live cocooned in a world of publicity men and managers? Ever since the gigantic success of ' Maggie May ' in 1971, ROD STEWART 'S stature as a songwriter and performer has been steadily growing. His records have made him rich, but many of his fans feel left behind, unable to identify with his new image.
This profile of Rod Stewart was filmed during a recent visit to Europe with his girlfriend BRITT EKLAND, and rehearsing his new band in Los Angeles.
Film editor CHARLES CHABOT Producer MARK KIDEL
A 2nd House production
Assistant editor TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Rod Stewart
Unknown: Rod Stewart
Editor: Charles Chabot
Producer: Mark Kidel
Editor: Tony Cash
Editor: Bill Morton

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