The Cure: Staring At The Sea - The Images Trailer

The Cure: Staring At The Sea - The Images Trailer (1992)

13 April 1992 Factual, Music 82 mins

A collection of music videos spanning the first eight years of The Cure's career. 1. Killing An Arab 2. 10:15 Saturday Nigth 3. Boy's Don't Cry 4. Jumping Someone Else's Train 5. A Forest 6. Play For Today 7. Primary 8. Other Voices 9. Charlotte Sometimes 10. The Hanging Garden 11. Lets Go To Bed 12. The Walk 13. The Lovecats 14. The Caterpillar 15. In Between Days 16. Close To Me 17. A Night Like This.

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Cast

Robert Smith

as Himself

Simon Gallup

as Himself

Porl Thompson

as Himself

Boris Williams

as Himself

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The Cure - Staring At The Sea - The Images Trailer

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United Kingdom 13 April 1992

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