AC/DC: Let There Be Rock
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"AC/DC: Let There Be Rock" is a live concert motion picture featuring the Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released theatrically in September 1980 and on videotape the same year. It was filmed at the Pavillon de Paris in Paris, France on 9 December 1979, and also contains interviews with members of the band, including lead vocalist Bon Scott, who died two months after filming. The concert film was re-released on a Blu-ray/DVD double pack along with a collector's tin, concert pictures, a souvenir guitar pick, and a 32 page booklet, or just as Blu-ray or DVD individual sets on 7 June 2011. Only 90,000 of the collectors tins were made, and each labeled with a number out of 90,000 on the base of the tin.
- also known as AC/DC - Alta Tensão
- countries: France, United States of America
- language: English Language
- directors: Eric Dionysius & Eric Mistler
- cinematography by Jean-Francis Gondre
- edited by Mariette Lévy-Novion
- music by AC/DC
- genres: Music, Concert film, Documentary film
- tagline: The only movie powered by AC/DC.
- released on (35 years ago)
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by John Kenneth Muir
AC/DC: Let There Be Rock (i982)(noc) Starring: Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Phil Rudd, Clifi Williams. Film Editor: Mariette Levy Novion. Director of Photography: Jean-Francis Gondre. Produced and Directed by: Eric Dionysus ...
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