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Rope Ladder to the Moon A film with music and words by Jack Bruce with Jon Hiseman (drums)
Dick Heckstall-Smith (saxophone) Art Themen (saxophone) Harry Beckett (trumpet) Harry Lowther (trumpet) Chris Spedding (guitar) Mike Pyne (piano)
Ginger Baker (drums) and Eric Clapton (guitar)
The story of the young Scottish musician Jack Bruce , a former member of the Cream ' pop' group. Born in the slums of Glasgow, at 26 he is a potential millionaire. When he was a boy he could hardly afford his bus fare out of Glasgow; now he has bought an island off the Mull of Kintyre.
Directed by TONY PALMER
(A production of the Robert Stigwood Organisation Ltd)


Unknown: Jack Bruce
Unknown: Jon Hiseman
Unknown: Dick Heckstall-Smith
Unknown: Harry Beckett
Unknown: Harry Lowther
Guitar: Chris Spedding
Piano: Mike Pyne
Piano: Ginger Baker
Guitar: Eric Clapton
Musician: Jack Bruce
Directed By: Tony Palmer

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