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|Genre/Form:||Rock concert films
|Named Person:||Smokey Robinson; Steve Binder|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Steve Binder; Taylor Hackford
|Notes:||Rock music revue.
Credits supplied from: AFI catalog, 1961-1970.
Playing time on release was 113 min., according to: AFI catalog, 1961-1970.
Originally released in Electronovision, a wide-screen process.
Copyright notice on video: c1973 by Community Television of Southern California.
|Credits:||Associate director, George Turpin; technical director, Charles LaForce; photography, Jim Kilgore; video engineer, Carl Hanseman; art director, Frank Swig; wardrobe, Wally Harton; music, Jack Nitzsche; special material, Digby Wolfe; audio engineer, Lionel St. Peter; sound coordinator, Dave Hassinger; choreography, David Winters; production manager, Del Jack; production coordinator, John Rougeot; post production supervisor, Richard Krown; music consultant, Al Ham; technical facilities supervisor, Joseph Bluth; technical supervisor, Robert Ringer. Songs: It's my party, words and music by Wally Gold, John Gluck and Herb Wiener; You don't own me, words and music by John Madara and David White; Time is on my side, words and music by Jerry Ragovoy; Ferry 'cross the Mersey, words and music by Gerry Marsden; I'm telling you now, words and music by Freddie Garrity and Mitch Murray; I like it, words and music by Mitch Murray; Little children, words and music by Mort Shuman and Leslie McFarland; Do you wanna know a secret, words and music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney; Maybelline, words and music by Chuck Berry, Russel D. Fratto and Alan Freed; Johnny B. Goode and Roll over Beethoven, words and music by Chuck Berry; Surfer girl, Fun, fun, fun, and I get around, words and music by Brian Wilson; Shop around, words and music by Berry Gordy, Jr. and Bill "Smokey" Robinson; Baby love, words and music by Eddie Holland, Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier; Baby don't leave me, Maybe I know, It's Judy's turn to cry, Hitchhike, Little old lady from Pasadena, and Sidewalk surfin', composers undetermined.|
|Other Titles:||T.A.M.I. Show.|
|Responsibility:||Screen Entertainment Co. ; producer, Lee Savin ; executive producer, William Sargent, Jr. ; director, Steve Binder.|