David Bowie - Jazzin' For Blue Jean Trailer

David Bowie - Jazzin' For Blue Jean Trailer (1984)

01 January 1984 20 mins

Jazzin' for Blue Jean is a 20-minute short film featuring David Bowie and directed by Julien Temple. It was created to promote Bowie's single "Blue Jean" in 1984 and released as a video single. The film depicts the adventures of the socially incompetent Vic (played by Bowie) as he tries to win the affections of a beautiful girl by claiming to personally know her favorite rock star, Screaming Lord Byron (also played by Bowie).

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Cast

David Bowie

as Vic / Screaming Lord Byron

Louise Scott

as The Dream

Louis Scott

as The Dream

Eve Ferret

as Receptionist

Chris Sullivan

as Boyfriend

Graham Rogers

as Spencer, the flatmate

Kenny Andrews

as Doorman

Mark Long

as Ticket Tout

Crew

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 January 1984

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