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Alphie and Bibi, two sweet, naive youths from Moose Jaw, Canada, have come to America to compete in the 1994 Worldvision Song Festival. Although the pair have talent, they are beaten out by the underhanded tactics of the festival favorites, another duo with the backing of BIM: Boogalow International Music, and its leader, Mr. Boogalow. Though crestfallen by their loss, Bibi and Alphie are soon delighted to hear the Mr. Boogalow has taken an interest in their music and wants to sign them to his label. All is looking up for the two until they begin to discover the dark underside of the rock and roll world.
A Funky Fantasy That'll Rock Your World!
Title: Apple, The
Release Date: November 21, 1980
Runtime: 90 mins
All Genres: Sci-Fi, Musical
Languages: English, French, German, Italian
Country: USA, West Germany
IMDB Rating: 3.8
Buried.com Rating: 4.8 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With A
MPAA Rating: PG
Catherine Mary Stewart ...Bibi
George Gilmour ...Alphie
Grace Kennedy ...Pandi
Allan Love ...Dandi (as Alan Love)
Joss Ackland ...Hippie Leader / Mr. Topps
Vladek Sheybal ...Mr. Boogalow
Ray Shell ...Shake
Miriam Margolyes ...Landlady
Derek Deadman ...Bulldog
Michael Logan ...James
George S. Clinton ...Joe Pittman, reporter
Francesca Poston ...Vampire / Star Rock / Mr. Boogalow's Receptionist...
Leslie Meadows ...Ashley / Dancer
Gunther Notthoff ...Fatdog
Clem Davies ...Clark James
Coby Recht ...Jean-Louis
Iris Recht ...Dominique
Lance Aston ...Dancer
Wendy Baldock ...Dancer
Lennie Bickely ...Dancer
Mandy Carole ...Dancer
John Chester ...Dancer
Julie Collins ...Dancer
Mary Corpe ...Dancer
Susan Daly ...Dancer
Jane Danielle ...Dancer
Kathy Evans ...Dancer
Jane Faithe ...Dancer
Bert Francis ...Dancer
Marta Gillot ...Dancer
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- A Funky Fantasy That'll Rock Your World!
- Dandi: [singing] It's the natural, natural, natural desire... meet an actual, actual, actual vampire!
Hippie Leader: These are the children of the '60s... commonly known as "hippies".
[singing] Dandi: There ain't no pride/ Pandi: There ain't no shame/ Dandi: There ain't no sympathy/ Pandi: There ain't no blame/ Dandi: There ain't no pleasure/ Pandi: There ain't no pain!
Alphie: It *was* an earthquake! I didn't dream it! Mr. Boogalow: Of course you didn't. When I signed my first contract, I also felt the world was going to pieces.
Mr. Boogalow: Cheers.
- Reportedly, during its premiere at the Paramount Theater in Hollywood, audiences threw their free souvenir soundtracks at the screen, causing extensive damage.
Finola Hughes' film debut.
The first and final screen appearance of 'George Gilmour'.
Catherine Mary Stewart's film debut.
Nigel Lythgoe was the choreographer, but today he's perhaps better known as the head judge and producer of "So You Think You Can Dance" (2005).
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Rating: 4.8 out of 10.0 - 72 votes cast total