Mayor of the Sunset Strip
|Mayor of the Sunset Strip|
|Directed by||George Hickenlooper|
|Produced by||Greg Little|
|Written by||George Hickenlooper|
|Music by||Anthony Marinelli|
|Edited by||Julie Janata|
|Distributed by||First Look Studios|
In 2011, Craig Hlavaty of the Houston Press named Mayor of the Sunset Strip at number eight on the paper's list of "The 31 Best Music Documentaries of All Time". The film won the Best Documentary Feature at the 2004 Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
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Meet L.A. DJ Rodney Bingenheimer, who helped launch the careers of Blondie, the Ramones, Van Halen, the Go-Go's and countless others.
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I was against the idea of the film at first," notes Bingenheimer, speaking from his apartment in Hollywood, which in the film appears crammed full of music and archived memorabilia. "But then all my friends - Cher, Nancy Sinatra, David Bowie - said they would do it, so I agreed to it.
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