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Don't Look Back (2-Disc DVD)
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O Lucky Man! (2-Disc DVD)
O Lucky Man! (VHS)
Alfie Darling (DVD)
Alfie Darling (aka Oh Alfie! VHS)
Britannia Hospital (DVD)
The Plague Dogs (DVD)
The Whales of August (DVD)

Ready Steady Go! (Vol. 1 - UK)
Get Yourself a College Girl (The Animals aka The Swinging Set - UK)

The Ed Sullivan Show (January - USA)
New Musical Express Poll Winners Concert (April 11 - UK)
Pop Gear (UK) >>> BUY IT ON DVD
(Also known as Go Go Mania - USA)
Hullabaloo (USA)

Don't Look Back >>> BUY IT ON DVD
Opened on January 1, 1966
Released on DVD January 4, 2000
Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Donovan, Alan Price, Albert Grossman, Marianne Faithfull, Allen Ginsberg
In 1965, filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker accompanied Bob Dylan to England to make a film about the singer/songwriter's British tour. At the time, no one could have known how fortuitous Pennebaker's timing would prove to be. Within a few months of this tour, Dylan would forsake his role as "The Conscience of Folk Music" to pick up a Fender Stratocaster and play rock and roll. Recording several brilliant solo performances and capturing a wealth of fly-on-the-wall footage of Dylan's interactions with friends (including Alan Price, who had just left The Animals) and strangers, Pennebaker caught Dylan on the cusp of a radical career change. A true rock and roll classic. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

Beat-Club (Alan Price Set, episode #1.25 which aired October 14 - UK)

If... >>> BUY IT ON DVD

Disco (Appeared as "Price and Fame" in episode #1.5 which aired July 3 - UK)

Home >>> BUY IT ON DVD
Released on DVD July 30, 2002
John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson
Sir John Gielgud and Sir Ralph Richardson star in this made-for-TV adaptation of David Storey's award-winning comedy-drama as two genial but eccentric men who may or may not be inmates in a mental institution. Storey's text also serves as a pointed metaphor for the slow decline of British culture and society. Home was directed by Storey's frequent collaborator, Lindsay Anderson. Alan Price, who worked with Anderson on the film O Lucky Man! (see below), composed the music. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

O Lucky Man! >>> BUY IT ON DVD
Opened on January 1, 1973
Malcolm McDowell, Ralph Richardson, Rachel Roberts, Arthur Lowe, Helen Mirren, Dandy Nichols, Christine Noonan
One man's dreams of success take him on a Byzantine journey through the various stations of the British class system in this politically charged black comedy from director Lindsay Anderson. Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) is an ambitious young man who is looking to get his foot on the first rung of the ladder of success by landing a job as a salesman. After the death of Imperial Coffee's leading drummer in the North, Travis' charm and enthusiasm so impresses manager Mr. Duff (Arthur Lowe) that he's given the job, and after some coaching from Gloria Rowe (Rachel Roberts), Travis sets out to find his fortune in the coffee trade. Travis' desire for success quickly sets him on a curious odyssey in which he happens upon a secret sex club for businessmen, finds himself the subject of random seductions by lonely women, is captured and tortured by military intelligence agents, submits to medical experiments at a bizarre private clinic, hitches a ride with a traveling rock band led by former Animals keyboardist Alan Price, falls in love with a beautiful young bohemian named Patricia (Helen Mirren), goes to work for her father (Ralph Richardson) who happens to be a singularly corrupt political figure, and eventually lands in prison after he's implicated in a deal to sell chemical weapons to the Third World. As Mick's strange tale progresses, we periodically visit Price and his band in the recording studio or rehearsal hall, as they work on songs which serve as both mirror and counterpoint for Travis' progress. O Lucky Man! was the second film in which Malcolm McDowell would portray Mick Travis for director Lindsay Anderson, following If..., and preceding Britannia Hospital; the film's surreal undercurrent was reinforced by the casting, in which nearly all of the principle actors play two or three roles. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

Alfie Darling (Also known as Oh Alfie!) >>> BUY IT ON DVD | BUY IT ON VHS
Alan Price, Jill Townsend, Paul Copley, Joan Collins, Sheila White, Annie Ross, Hannah Gordon, Roger Lumont, Rula Lenska, Minah Bird, Patsy Kensit
The sequel to the 1966 hit Alfie, featuring Alan Price in the title role. ~ All Movie Guide
Alan Price In Concert

Saturday Night Live (Musical Guest in episode #2.21 which aired April 23 - USA)

Fundamental Frolics (UK)

Britannia Hospital >>> BUY IT ON DVD
Opened on January 1, 1982
Released on DVD December 4, 2001
Leonard Rossiter, Graham Crowden, Malcolm McDowell, Joan Plowright, Mark Hamill, Robin Askwith, Alan Bates
This dark comedy charts the chaos that results when the panicked staff of a major English hospital attempts to prepare for a visit by the Queen Mother, only to face every problem imaginable. If..., O Lucky Man!, and Britannia Hospital are considered a loosely linked trilogy by director Lindsay Anderson (largely due to the presence in all three of lead actor Malcolm McDowell in the role of Mick Travis). Music by Alan Price. ~ All Movie Guide
The Plague Dogs >>> BUY IT ON DVD
John Hurt, Christopher Benjamin, James Bolam, Nigel Hawthorne
Like Watership Down, The Plague Dogs is an animated cartoon feature based on a novel by Richard Adams and produced by Martin Rosen. And also like Watership Down, it is more appropriate for an older audience. Two dogs escape from a British government research lab. As the authorities hunt down the canine fugitives, the two dogs search for their original master and for a place where they'll be free from the iniquities and cruelties of Mankind. The Plague Dogs was completed in 1982, but was not released in the US until two years later. Music by Alan Price. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

The Whales of August >>> BUY IT ON DVD
Released on DVD October 7, 2003
Bette Davis, Lillian Gish, Vincent Price, Ann Sothern, Harry Carey, Jr., Tisha Sterling, Mary Steenburgen
A once-in-a-lifetime cast of veterans performs David Berry's play about Libby Strong (Bette Davis) and Sarah Webber (Lillian Gish), widowed sisters vacationing on a Philadelphia island for their 60th consecutive summer. In the film's flashback sequences, Libby is played by Margaret Ladd and Sarah by Mary Steenburgen. Music by Alan Price. ~ All Movie Guide

Is That All There Is?
Lindsay Anderson, David Sterne, Brian Pettifer, Andrew Eaton, David Sherwin, Jocelyn Herbert, Alan Price
This quirky British film is the self-portrait of director Lindsay Anderson. It is part of "The Director's Place" series that is sponsored by the BBC Scotland and represents several self-portraits of popular directors. The film, set within the director's north London apartment, begins with a quote from the Cinema Manifesto of 1956: "Perfection is not an aim." In his apartment, Anderson is visited by his peers and friends who come to talk about life, their work, and socio-political concerns. A typical day for Anderson is chronicled. He is seen getting up, taking a leisurely bath surrounded by ideas for his movies, seeing visitors, and using his pensioner's travel pass to utilize public transportation (Anderson is in his '70s). The film's climax is a boat ride on the Thames where the ashes of actresses Jill Bennet and Rachel Roberts are finally cast upon the waters. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide

The History of Rock 'N' Roll (Vol. 3) The Animals
(Also known as: Britain Invades, America Fights Back)

Heartbeat (Playing "Frankie Rio" in "In the Bleak Midwinter" episode #14.13 which aired December 26 - UK)

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