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The Saturday Film: Can't Stop the Music

Synopsis

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The Musical Extravaganza starring
The Village People with Valerie Perrine Bruce Jenner
The exuberant disco musical starring the outrageous Village People and Hot Gossip in songs and dances including 'Liberation, 'Milk shake', the title song and, of course, the spectacular Busby Berkeley style 'YMCA'. Aspiring composer Jack Morell and girlfriend Samantha decide that demo tapes are needed to impress the potential backers - unfortunately they are short of cash. They decide to find a backing group from the streets of New York's Greenwich Village.
Screenplay by BRONTE WOODWARD Produced by ALLAN CARR. JACQUES MORAU and HENRI BELOLO
Directed by NANCY WALKER
(FirstshowingonBritishtelevision) Christmas Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Valerie Perrine
Unknown: Bruce Jenner
Unknown: Jack Morell
Play By: Bronte Woodward
Produced By: Allan Carr.
Produced By: Jacques Morau
Produced By: Henri Belolo
Directed By: Nancy Walker
Village People: Ray, policeman: Ray Simpson
Village People: David, construction worker: David Hodo
Village People: Felipe, Indian: Felipe Rose
Village People: Randy, cowboy: Randy Jones
Village People: Glenn, leatherman: Glenn Hughes
Village People: Alexander, GI: Alexander Briley
Samantha Simpson: Valerie Perrine
Ron White: Bruce Jenner
Jack Morell: Steve Guttenberg
Steve Waits: Paul Sand
Sydne Channing: Tammy Grimes
Helen Morell: June Havoc
Norma White: Barbara Rush
Alicia Edwards: Altovise Davis
Lulu Brecht: Marilyn Sokal
Richard Montgomery: Russell Nype
Benny Murray: Jack Weston

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The Saturday Film: Can't Stop the Music

BBC One London, 17 December 1983 18.00






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