Every once in a while, a revolutionary kind of film entertainment
' comes along that is so uniquely superlative, it becomes a mot ion
picture legend. TOMMY, the Movie, is such a one.
TOMMY, the Movie...is based on. the creation of an extraordi-
nary composer, Peter Townshend...performed by an incredible
music group called The Who, and acted by some of the most
important artists of the international motion picture and music
worlds. Starring in key roles are Ann-Margret, Oliver Reed,
Jack Nicholson, and Roger Daltrey as Tommy. Appearing are
such outstanding contemerary music performers as Elton
John, Eric Clapton, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, Paul N ich-
olas, and Tina Turner.
TOMMY, the l'10‘ie...directed by Ken Russell and produced
by RObert Stigwood, has an unusual story that has captured the
imaginatiOn of an entire generation. It has already enthralled
countless admiring moviegoers, and is attracting universal ac-
claim from patrons and critics alike throughout the world.
“One thing is sure? says TIME Magazine, “there has never been
a movie musical quite like TOMMY!” And NEWSWEEK calls
TOMMY “Emotionally exhilarating, technically astonishing!”
TOMMY, the Movie. . . with its marvelous marriage of Sight: and
sound, its fantastic fusion of beauty and excitement, is‘ indeed
the Movie for everyone.
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