The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus (1994)

Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 1hr 5mins.
Genres Documentary
Keywords performance, rock 'n' roll
Status Released
US Release Date
  
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Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Keith Richards Actor The Dirty Mac--Band Member 1 1000019
Georgia "Jo" Bergman Production Executive (1968) 118216 11000002
Ian Stewart Production Executive (1968) 118216 11000001
The Rolling Stones Song Performer ("Jumpin' Jack Flash" "Parachute Woman" "No Expectations" "You Can't Always Get What You Want" "Sympathy for the Devil" "Salt of the Earth") 120788 8000021
Yoko Ono Song Performer ("Whole Lotta Yoko") 120788 8000020
John Treweek Supervisor labour supervisor(1968) 120845 11000003
John Battiloro Consultant project video consultant(post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120784 12000001
John McKenna Wardrobe (1968) 120823 13000004
Jonathan Porath Rerecording re-recording mixer 120995 14000001
Leslie Smallhorn Makeup (1968) 353 13000003
Norma Camara Makeup (1968) 353 13000002
Linda DeVetta Makeup (1968) 353 13000001
The Dirty Mac Song Performer ("Yer Blues") 120788 8000019
Marianne Faithfull Song Performer ("Something Better") 120788 8000018
John Lennon Song ("Yer Blues") 120859 8000010
Sir Paul McCartney Song ("Yer Blues") 120859 8000011
Gerry Goffin Song ("Something Better") 120859 8000009
Barry Mann Song ("Something Better") 120859 8000008
Homer Banks Song ("Ain't That a Lot of Love") 120859 8000007
Yoko Ono Song n/a 120859 8000012
Mick Jagger Song songs("Jumpin' Jack Flash" "Parachute Woman" "No Expectations" "You Can't Always Get What You Want" "Sympathy for the Devil" "Salt of the Earth") 120859 8000013
Taj Mahal Song Performer ("Ain't That a Lot of Love") 120788 8000017
The Who Song Performer ("A Quick One (While He's Away)") 120788 8000016
Jethro Tull Song Performer ("Song For Jeffrey") 120788 8000015
Keith Richards Song songs("Jumpin' Jack Flash" "Parachute Woman" "No Expectations" "You Can't Always Get What You Want" "Sympathy for the Devil" "Salt of the Earth") 120859 8000014
Glyn Johns Sound live recording engineer(1968) 120816 14000002
John Hales Sound location sound(1968) 120816 14000004
Steve Rosenthal Other mixing engineer(post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120795 26000003
Maria Christie Other production administrator(post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120795 26000004
John Wall Other painter(1968) 120795 26000002
Steve Beamish Other engineer(1968) 120795 26000001
Cliff Manning Production stage hand(1968) 120824 25000002
Kenneth Salinsky Other finance(post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120795 26000005
Sherry Daly Other Rolling Stone coordinator(post-production 1989-1995/United Kingdom) 120795 26000006
Pascal Byrne Other A/D transfer engineer(Decca Studios) (post-production 1989-1995/United Kingdom) 120795 26000010
Beverley Winston Other production administrator(post-production 1989-1995/United Kingdom) 120795 26000009
Paul Bonnick Other The Who vault coordinator(post-production 1989-1995/United Kingdom) 120795 26000008
Sam Parker Other Rolling Stone vault coordinator(post-production 1989-1995/United Kingdom) 120795 26000007
Jenny Phillips Production Assistant dressing room manager/production assistant(1968) 275 25000001
Dick Morris Props (1968) 120817 24000001
M Devon Assistant Engineer (1968) 120997 15000001
F G Trowbridge Accountant (1968) 120802 16000001
Magdaline Voliatis Sound Editor (post-production 1989-1995/USA) 229 14000006
Fred Hughesdon Sound location sound(1968) 120816 14000005
Dean William Parker Song ("Ain't That a Lot of Love") 120859 8000006
Peter Lamb Business Affairs studio manager 120792 18000001
Peter Howard Legal Services legal(post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120857 18000002
Sam Alexander Titles titles & crawl(post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120825 23000002
Kay Stromqvist Visual Effects vision mixer(1968) 419 23000001
Mick Collins Carpenter (1968) 529 21000002
Don Ball Carpenter (1968) 529 21000001
David Ashley Smith Sound head of sound(1968) 120816 14000003
Pete Townshend Song ("A Quick One (While He's Away)") 120859 8000004
Mick Jagger Actor The Rolling Stones--Band Member 1 1000018
Brian Jones Actor The Rolling Stones--Band Member 1 1000021
Ivry Gitlis Actor The Dirty Mac--Band Member 1 1000017
Yoko Ono Actor Herself 1 1000016
Mitch Mitchell Actor The Dirty Mac--Band Member 1 1000015
Bill Wyman Actor The Rolling Stones--Band Member 1 1000022
Charlie Watts Actor The Rolling Stones--Band Member 1 1000023
The Nurses Actor Themselves 1 1000027
Sir Robert Fossett's Circus Actor Themselves 1 1000026
Rocky Dijon Actor Himself 1 1000025
Nicky Hopkins Actor Himself 1 1000024
Eric Clapton Actor The Dirty Mac--Band Member 1 1000014
John Lennon Actor The Dirty Mac--Band Member 1 1000013
Pete Townshend Actor The Who--Band Member 1 1000005
Roger Daltrey Actor The Who--Band Member 1 1000006
Tony Iommi Actor Jethro Tull--Band Member 1 1000004
Clive Bunker Actor Jethro Tull--Band Member 1 1000003
Glenn Cornick Actor Jethro Tull--Band Member 1 1000002
Keith Moon Actor The Who--Band Member 1 1000007
John Entwhistle Actor The Who--Band Member 1 1000008
Marianne Faithfull Actor Herself 1 1000012
Chuck Blackwell Actor Taj Mahal--Band Member 1 1000011
Gary Gilmore Actor Taj Mahal--Band Member 1 1000010
Jesse Ed Davis Actor Taj Mahal--Band Member 1 1000009
Michael Lindsay-Hogg Director n/a 2 2000001
Robin Klein Producer (post-production 1989-95) 3 3000001
Ruth Foster Editor n/a 172 7000001
Robin Klein Editor (post-production 1989-95) 172 7000002
Tony Garrett Camera Assistant focus & camera assistant(1968) 120867 6000010
Les Parrot Camera Assistant focus & camera assistant(1968) 120867 6000009
M Auger Camera Equipment camera engineer(France) (1968) 121010 6000008
Rich Schreck On-Line Editor (post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120811 7000003
Blaik Ripton Assistant Editor (post-production 1989-1995/USA) 203 7000004
Ian Anderson Actor Jethro Tull--Band Member 1 1000001
Ian Anderson Song ("Song of Jeffrey") 120859 8000003
Julius Fucik Song ("Entry of the Gladiators") 120859 8000002
Jimmy Miller Music Producer live recording producer(1968) 323 8000001
Ron Brower Colorist (post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120920 6000007
Eddie Fegan Lighting head of lighting(1968) 798 6000006
Jonathan Porath Technical Supervisor technical audio supervisor(post-production 1989-1995/USA) 120853 5000002
Teri Landi Production Coordinator (post-production 1989-1995/USA) 162 5000003
Ian Goddard Production Manager (1968) 305 5000001
Mick Gochanour Associate Producer (post-production 1989-95) 171 3000003
Sandy Leiberson Executive Producer (1968) 174 3000002
Roger Hall Assistant Unit Manager assistant production manager(1968) 313 5000004
Anthony B Richmond Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Chris Laid Video video conversion specialist(post-production 1989-1995/United Kingdom) 120800 6000005
Jennifer Brand Video Playback (post-production 1989-1995/USA) 505 6000004
Vernon Layton Camera Operator (1968) 239 6000003
Bill Metcalf Camera Operator (1968) 239 6000002
Juventino Rosas Song ("Over the Waves") 120859 8000005
Synopsis
This time capsule captures the vibrant energy of one of rock's most remarkable moments. On December 10, 1968, and the early morning hours of the 11th, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Dirty Mac (John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Mitch Mitchell & Keith Richards), Yoko Ono, Jethro Tull, Marianne Faithfull and Taj Mahal got together in a television studio in North London to record a film that has not been seen or heard for twenty-eight years until now. "The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus" captures the delirious optimism of an era. Depending on your point of view it was either the high point in the history of the cosmo or a period of mass hallucination (or both). But call it what you will, for a brief moment it seemed that rock 'n' roll would inherit the earth.