Sting's 40th Birthday Trailer

Sting's 40th Birthday Trailer (1991)

01 October 1991 Music 110 mins

Filmed live and Recorded live at Sting's 40th anniversary at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on 02-10-1991.

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Cast

Sting

as Vocals, Bass, Guitar

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 October 1991

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