Video game instructions are included. Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. McQuickly and Nasty had cameos in the 2004 , , co-written by former member. Innes sang the John Lennon-inspired songs. Beatles fans will no doubt get the most out of the humor of All You Need is Cash, especially with regard to the incredible song parodies crafted by Neil Innes which, to my mind and ears , remain this mockumentary's most singular achievement. This 2002 follow-up mockumentary revisits the Prefab Four, recycling quite a bit of footage from All You Need is Cash, along with several new interview segments none with The Rutles. This version has slightly different lyrics from the 1978 version.
The project was given extra recognition through Harrison's support. This package is kind of odd in a number of ways as enumerated above, but Rutles fans should certainly enjoy it. For more about The Rutles Anthology and the The Rutles Anthology Blu-ray release, see the published by Jeffrey Kauffman on December 10, 2013 where this Blu-ray release scored 3. One of the funnier bits includes the aforementioned Harrison as an interviewer in a funny sequence which send up actual routing of Apple Headquarters by avaricious fans back in the day. The band that recorded the actual music was slightly different from the band that appeared on camera, as Idle did not take part in the recording process.
The Beatles Diary Volume 2: After the Break Up 1970—2001. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The list contains related movies ordered by similarity. Guitarists and Bernie Holland were featured. One running joke was that it would use names derivative of Rutland.
Halsall died in 1992, but the reunion album, titled Archaeology as a play on the Beatles' Anthology series, featured several tracks recorded in 1978 that included his contributions. Eric Idle is older, and he repeats himself. If you have both a standalone player and a computer Blu-ray drive, one other kind of interesting difference crops up. The cover art of the album suggested the existence of a number of other Rutles albums including Tragical History Tour and Let It Rot. Unsourced material may be challenged and. The program interweaves silly shenanigans with equally silly segments debunking common legends about Shaolin Temple, Hopping Corpses, the origins of Wing Chun, and the origins of Kung Fu in general. This led to a Rutles reunion album in 1996, featuring Innes, Fataar and Halsey.
Fourteen songs were on a soundtrack album. A clip from appeared on this compilation of comedy videos put out by the now-defunct in 1985. Innes' very smart reformulations of several huge Beatles hits are a highlight of All You Need is Cash. Several famous people are added. This mock documentary features outtakes from the original 1978 film as well as new footage of band members Dirk McQuickly Eric Idle , Ron Nasty Neil Innes and Stig O'Hara Ricky Fataar. The comedy in this piece isn't quite as in your face or absurd as it tended to be in any given Monty Python's Flying Circus episode, but it's rather finely tuned and manages to almost perfectly skewer some of the sillier aspects of Beatlemania. Ратлз — вымышленная группа пародия на группу The Beatles.
Archived from on 27 September 2011. May have minor damage to jewel case including scuffs or cracks, or to the item cover including scuffs, scratches, or cracks. There are occasional slight surround effects, curiously more noticeable with regard to some passing ambient sounds, as when Idle as the interviewer is out and about in various locations. Astro Glide After sitting on a Warner Brothers shelf for over a year, 'Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch,' the much-anticipated sequel to Eric Idle and Gerard Corvin's 1978 mockumentary, is finally on release, revealing the final exploits of The Rutles as they do a reunion tour of America. Fidelity is nonetheless great on both of these tracks, and the Innes penned music sounds fantastic.
Jones The Rutles are a rock band known for their visual and aural and parodies of. The first time I accessed this, it did in fact start up the commentary track see below. On record the band was augmented by keyboardist , who would go on to play with the band live. Bill Murray the K archive footage. Eric Idle was invited to participate, but he declined. Like the Anthology project that it lampooned, it featured tracks ostensibly from all periods of the Rutles career, sequenced to reflect the fictional band's chronology.
The sketch was the work of Innes and Idle. The Beatles might seem to be an odd subject for parody, at least in the era in which The Rutles: All You Need is Cash first premiered. Directors: , Writer: Starring: , , , , , Producers: , » The Rutles Anthology Blu-ray Review Reviewed by , December 10, 2013 Would we ever have had the delights of 1984's without the efforts of 1978's The Rutles: All You Need is Cash? Rutters Only Darts Club Band, Rutland's Rare Rutles Revisited, Yesterday's Leftovers and Greatest Hits Vol. Given reasonable expectations for what a vintage television outing shot on 16mm should look like, most fans should be quite pleased with The Rutles; All You Need is Cash. Or Asterix and Obelix And Cleopatra Mission. All You Need is Cash is awash in fantastic cameos. In February 2009, on his website InnesBookOfRecords.
What the hell is this? The album was nominated for a award for Best Comedy Recording of the year. He then lent straight narration to biographical sketches of the Beatles's early lives. Well, this is not a sequel proper. The reunion was blessed by George Harrison, who encouraged them to proceed. As well as providing ideas, he supplied Idle and Innes with a copy of the Beatles' long-planned documentary, The Long and Winding Road eventually re-titled and released in 1995. The film also hits on popular Qigong feats such as walking on fire, rolling in glass, breaking a spear with one's throat, and breaking bricks over one's head with a sledge hammer. Rhino Records, at the time a small Los Angeles label specialising in off-beat releases, released an album that it called , purportedly a collection of Beatles novelty songs but actually a weird catch-all of assorted Beatles-related tunes.
There are some good items in it David Bowie gives some surprisingly memorable moments, and there's some great unused footage from the original movie , but this is something you can only watch every once in a while. On 17 March 2008, all four movie Rutles Innes, Idle, Fataar and Halsey reunited for the first time at a 30th anniversary screening of All You Need Is Cash at the in. The touring group performs songs from the Rutles repertoire and from Innes's solo career. The epithet had earlier been applied to. This has also been reframed from the original completely 1. An item in used but good condition. Find sources: — · · · · December 2010 Written by Idle and Innes, All You Need Is Cash documents the rise and fall of the Rutles, paralleling much of the history of the Beatles.