AC/DC- Let There Be Rock Trailer

AC/DC- Let There Be Rock Trailer (1980)

14 September 1980 Music 95 mins

AC/DC: Let There Be Rock, The Movie is a live concert motion picture featuring the Australian hard rock band AC/DC. 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 had died two months after filming. [Tracklist:] 01 Live Wire 02 Shot Down In Flames 03 Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be 04 Sin City 05 Walk All Over You 06 Bad Boy Boogie 07 The Jack 08 Highway To Hell 09 Girls Got Rhythm 10 High Voltage 11 Whole Lotta Rosie 12 Rocker 13 Let There Be Rock

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Cast

Bon Scott

as Himself

Angus Young

as Himself

Malcolm Young

as Himself

Phil Rudd

as Himself

Cliff Williams

as Himself

Crew

Marcus Hondro

Marcus Hondro Executive Producer

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Germany 07 June 2011

United States 14 September 1980

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