Born to Boogie
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|Born to Boogie|
|Directed by||Ringo Starr|
|Produced by||Ringo Starr|
|Cinematography||Michael J. Davis
Nicholas D. Knowland
|Edited by||Graham Gilding|
|Distributed by||Apple Corps|
|18 December 1972|
Born to Boogie is a 1972 British concert film about a concert at Wembley Empire Pool starring T. Rex, Marc Bolan, Ringo Starr and Elton John. Directed by Starr himself, the movie was released on The Beatles' Apple Films label.
Born to Boogie consists of concert footage; recording studio scenes with Ringo Starr and Elton John, filmed at the Apple Studios in Savile Row, London; and various vignettes reminiscent of The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour, shot at Denham and Tittenhurst Park, Sunninghill. The Tea Party sequence was filmed at John Lennon's estate in the same spots as Lennon's "Imagine" video was filmed. The actor Geoffrey Bayldon of Catweazle fame was bemused to find that things were not going to plan when he arrived to play his role as a waiter at the Mad Hatter's Tea Party Scene. The planned orchestra had to mime as the whole thing had not been planned too well.
The UK premiere was held at Oscar's Cinema in Brewer Street, Soho on 14 December 1972, attended by T. Rex, Ringo Starr and Elton John.
The film was released on DVD in 2005 with many extras including features presented by Bolan's son, Rolan Bolan. There is no appearance on the extra material from director Ringo Starr.
The cover and DVD animations were designed and produced by Bose Collins.
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