Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)


Directed by: Michael Schultz

Stars: Peter Frampton, Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb

Language: English + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Description:  A small-town band hits it big, but they must battle a nefarious plot in the music industry.


2.49GB | 111:19mins | 1280×720 | mkv

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8 Responses to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)

  1. Craig says:

    one of my favorites, thank you

  2. TexTom101 says:

    While it’s listed as a comedy, it should be listed as a travesty.

  3. From Chicago says:

    Thank you, Rarelust!

  4. Ian says:

    “We’ll have the music of The Beatles with current pop sensations including The Bee-Gees! What could POSSIBLY go wrong?!?”

    Watch this and find out.

    • TexTom101 says:

      What went wrong is that Robert Stigwood had anything to do with this fiasco.

      • Richard says:

        Stigwood inherited management of the Beatles when Brian Epstein died. He agreed to walk away as long as he got to keep the Bee Gees and Eric Clapton under his management, as well as the rights to make a movie based on Sgt. Peppers.

        My uncle was the president of Promotion for RSO (Robert Stigwood Organization) Records during much of the 70s. The soundtrack to the movie was HIGHLY anticipated and eventually they shipped 4 million units in anticipation. My uncle caught a screening of the movie a couple weeks before the premiere and realized what a stinking pile of shit it was; so he tried calling all of distributors to quietly advise them to cut their orders.

        Ironically one group that DIDN’T get the message were the professional bootleggers. The masters were duped well before the release and bootleggers created over a million albums in anticipation of the release. Of course the album started tanking quickly and no one bought even the heavily discounted bootleg albums (typically small independent record stores).’

        In the end this album was considered the record the put several of the major bootleggers out of business.

        My uncle pointed out that the album actually did really well the first three weeks. THEN the movie came out and interest in the soundtrack dropped off the map.

  5. OSMOSIS says:

    When this first came out, I was a bit too young to DRINK–
    that changes NOW (I mean, hey, it’s the ONLY way to enjoy this mishmash.). Thanks Rarelust–I’m READY for it now.

  6. JWDen says:

    Thank you, admin!!

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