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Having written the music and screenplay for this film, Paul McCartney also plays himself in the leading role. When the sole copy of McCartney's latest album is misplaced, he must discover its whereabouts in less than 24 hours or else risk losing his recording company to the lowlife Mr. Rath (John Bennett). McCartney performs three new songs, along with a number of classic Beatles' tunes. ~ Iotis Erlewine, Rovi

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Paul McCartney Best Original Song 1984 Nominee

Cast

Paul McCartney
as Himself
Bryan Brown
as Steve
Ringo Starr
as Ringo
Barbara Bach
as Journalist
Linda McCartney
as Linda
Tracey Ullman
as Sandra
Ralph Richardson
as Jim
John Bennett
as Mr. Rath
Ruby Buchanan
as Bag Lady
Jeremy Child
as Record Company Executive
Donald Douglas
as Police Detective
Frank Duncan
as William
Leonard Fenton
as Company Accountant
Philip Jackson
as Alan
Mark Kingston
as Terry
Robert Longden
as Tape Operator
Amanda Redman
as Office Receptionist
Gordon Rollings
as Monster
John Salthouse
as Tome the Roadie
Leslie Sarony
as Gatekeeper
James Wynn
as Assistant Director
Nicholas Askew
as Teacup Child
Gary Shail
as Apache Dancer
Nicholas Askew
as Teacup Child
Gordon Rollings
as Monster
Leslie Sarony
as Gatekeeper
Jeremy Child
as Record Company Executive
James Wynn
as Assistant Director
Frank Duncan
as William
Donald Douglas
as Police Detective
Robert Longden
as Tape Operator
John Bennett
as Mr. Rath
John Salthouse
as Tome the Roadie
Amanda Redman
as Office Receptionist
Leonard Fenton
as Company Accountant
Ruby Buchanan
as Bag Lady
Mark Kingston
as Terry
Philip Jackson
as Alan

Crew

Andros Epaminondas
Producer
Paul McCartney
Screenwriter
Paul McCartney
Songwriter
Paul McCartney
Composer (Music Score)
Anthony Pratt
Production Designer
Adrian Smith
Art Director
Peter Manley
Associate Producer
Stephenie McMillan
Set Designer
Milena Canonero
Costume Designer
Selwyn Roberts
First Assistant Director
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