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Pink Floyd The Wall

Alan Parkers film from Roger Waters screenplay based on the album 'The Wall'.
Production start: September 7, 1981.
Worldpremiere: London July 14, 1982.

"The Memories. The Madness. The Music... The Movie."

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Cover  Cover: limited edition DVD

DVD Collectors edition was released in region 1 December 1999 and in January 2000 for region 2. A 25th anniversary Limited Edition (deluxe packlage) released Nov. 2004 (January 2005 for the US).

  • Widescreen letterbox (anamorphic)
  • Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Commentary by Roger Waters and animation director Gerald Scarfe
  • Production notes
  • Trailers
  • Previously Released "Making-Of" Documentary: "The Other Side Of The Wall" (25 min.)
  • New Documentary: "Retrospective" (45 min.), interviews with the cast and filmmakers
  • Production stills
  • Footage from Hey You
  • Music videoclip: Another Brick In The Wall, part two

Running order:

The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot (Vera Lynn)
When The Tigers Broke Free, part one 
In The Flesh? 
The Thin Ice 
Another Brick In The Wall, part one 
When The Tigers Broke Free, part two 
Goodbye Blue Sky 
The Happiest Days Of Our Lives 
Another Brick In The Wall, part two 
Mother 
What Shall We Do Now 
Young Lust 
One Of My Turns 
Don't Leave Me Now 
Another Brick In The Wall, part three 
Goodbey Cruel World 
Is There Anybody Out There 
Nobody Home 
Vera 
Bring The Boys Back Home 
Comfortably Numb 
In The Flesh 
Run Like Hell 
Waiting For The Worms 
Stop 
The Trial 
Outside The Wall

Go there Read the 'Brick by brick' transciption of the Wall-movie
 
Running time: 95 min.

Tin Blue/Goldcrest Films for MGM
Director: Alan Parker
Producer: Alan Marshall
Assistant directors: Ray Corbett, Kieron Phipps, Steve Harding
Script by Roger Waters
Animations: Gerald Scarfe
Photographer: Peter Biziou
Editor: Gerry Hambling

Photo from the filmCast:
Pink - Bob Geldof
The wife - Eleanor David
The teacher - AlexMcAvoy
Mother - Christine Hargreaves
Father - James Laurenson

The teacher - Alex McAvoy
The Manager - Bob Hoskins
Young Pink - Kevin McKeon
Little Pink - David Bingham
Groupie - Jenny Wright
Playground father - Ray Mort
The lover - James Hazeldine
Teachers wife - Marjorie Mason
The doctor - Ellis Dale
Amercian doctor - Robert Bridges
Hotel manager - Michael Ensign
Spanish maid - Marie Passarelli

With... Joanne Whalley, Winston Rose, Nell Campbell, Emma Longfellow, Lorna Barton, Rod Beddall, Peter Jonfield, Philip Davis, Gary Olsen, Eddie Tagoe, Dennis Fletcher, Jonathan Scott, Joanna Dickens, John Scott Martin, Marilyn Thomas, Brenda Cowling, Michael Burrel, Malcolm Rogers, John Broughton, John Paul Morgan, Albert Moses, Vincent Wong, Mark Newman, Lucita Lijertwood, Betty Whelan, David Fleesham, Joanna Andrews, Diana King, Roger Kemp, David Smythe, Keith Wray

Pink Floyd:
Roger Waters
David Gilmour
Nick Mason
Rick Wright

With:
Bob Geldof, Andy Bown, Bobby Hall, Jeff Porcaro, Willie Wilson, Freddie Mandell, Bob Ezrin, Lee Ritenour, Toni Tennile, Joe Chemay, Stan Farber, Jim Haas, Islington Green School Choir, Pontardulais Male Voice Choir

Soundtrack production:
Produced by Roger Waters, David Gilmour and James Guthrie
Orchestra conducted and arranged by Michael Kamen
Sound coordinator and engineer: James Guthrie
Music engineers: Michael A. Carter, Andrew Jackson, John McClure and Nigel Taylor
Sound editor: Eddy Joseph
Music editor: Barry Lintern

'Mother', 'Bring The Boys Back Home', and 'Outside The Wall' was re-recorded for the movie together with the new song 'When The Tigers Broke Free'.

'In The Flesh' was dubbed with a new vocal by Bob Geldof.

All other songs were remixed with various small changes. 'What Shall We Do Now', finally got space in the movie. But 'Hey You' and 'The Show Must Go On' was dropped. An 'Overture' was recorded, but not used. Hey You can be seen in a rough edit on the DVD version of the movie.



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