Commentary From Film Director Steve Binder
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The film was shot by director Steve Binder and his crew from The Steve Allen Show, using a precursor to high-definition television, called "Electronovision", invented by the self-taught "electronics whiz" Bill Sargent (H.W. Sargent, Jr). The film was the second of a Distributed by: AIP.
Aug 30, · The film that was added to the Library Congress’s National Film Registry in has been re-issued on DVD as the “Collector’s Edition” with new commentary by the film’s director, Steve Binder, the.
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Mar 15, · The film was shot by director Steve Binder and his crew from The Steve Allen Show, using a precursor to high-definition television, called "Electronovision", invented by the self-taught.
Sep 29, · For The T.A.M.I. Show, there’s an audio commentary with director Steve Binder and music historian Don Waller; a separate interview with Steve Binder; 4 radio spots; the film’s theatrical trailer; and the Trailers from Hell version of the trailer with John Landis’ audio commentary.
Jun 26, · The film is in the works from music and media producer Spencer Proffer (Chasing Trane, Gods & Monsters), producer-director Steve Binder (Elvis ’68; Diana Ross In .
Director Steve Binder and music historian Don Waller contribute an audio commentary full of informative background information on the film and the concerts themselves. Binder's memory of the specifics are impressively detailed and clear, and while he dominates the track a bit, it's nicely conventional and quite interesting.