Cliff Richard: The Countdown Concert Trailer

Cliff Richard: The Countdown Concert Trailer (2003)

24 March 2003 Music 145 mins

Cliff Richard, the Peter Pan of pop, is shown here performing a selection of songs from his five-decade career, plus works by artists ranging from Elvis Presley and the Beatles to Art Garfunkel and Bryan Adams. Tracks include 'The Young Ones', 'Living Doll', 'We Don't Talk Anymore', 'Mistletoe and Wine', 'Saviour's Day' and 'Millennium Prayer', and Cliff's old chum Hank Marvin also puts in an appearance.

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Cliff Richard

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 24 March 2003

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