Alice Cooper a Paris

1982

Alice Cooper a Paris (more commonly known as Alice in Paris[1]) is a French television special starring shock-rocker Alice Cooper.

A series of music videos of songs from his then-current album Special Forces with a few songs from Flush the Fashion and some older hits mixed in, several songs were re-recorded for the special[2] ("Only Women Bleed", "I'm Eighteen", "Billion Dollar Babies", "School's Out") and have shown up as B-sides of singles with crowd noises mixed in to give the illusion that they were live recordings.[2] The songs are performed in English, but one brief split-screen sketch features French dialogue as radio disc jockey Vincent Furnier (Cooper's real name) interviews Alice.

There has never been an official release and, while not officially broadcast outside France,[3] copies have been circulating amongst Alice Cooper fans for decades. Some copies are missing opening credits, leading fans to refer to it under a variety of titles, including Alice in Paris, The Paris Special and 16 Tracks.[1]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1981
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Alice Cooper a Paris
Alice Cooper à Paris
IMDB: 18
Musik:Alice Cooper
Darsteller:Alice Cooper
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