Ringo (1978 film)
|Distributed by||D.I.R. Broadcasting
|Directed by||Jeff Margolis|
|Produced by||Ken Ehrlich|
|Written by||Neal Israel & Pat Proft|
|Narrated by||George Harrison|
Ringo is a 1978 TV movie starring Ringo Starr as a both fictionalized version of himself, and as his fictional half-brother "Ognir Rrats". It also features an all-star cast, including Art Carney, Carrie Fisher and George Harrison. Ringo performs songs from his then-current album Bad Boy and older material. The film's story is loosely based on The Prince and the Pauper.
The program finished 53rd of 65 network prime-time programs for the week.
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