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ABC News: Celebrity Flashback

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What do the Rolling Stones, Grace Kelly, Rod Stewart, Steven Spielberg, Bob Dylan, and the first James Bond all have in common? When they gave these rare, exclusive interviews, millions tuned in. Now for the first time in more than 20 years, you can watch the complete interviews everyone was talking about, exclusively on iTunes. Celebrity Flashback includes: THE ROLLING STONES (1978) - In Woodstock, before their 1978 US tour. Mick and Keith in their 30s - need we say more? ROD STEWART (1979) - The flamboyant rocker lets loose fresh off the success of his album Blondes Have More Fun BOB DYLAN (1985) - In his first network news interview, Bob Dylan unplugs on the real impact of his music STEVEN SPIELBERG (1982) - The legendary director, just off a summer double-blockbuster success with the release of E.T. and Poltergeist GRACE KELLY (1982) - In her last interview before her tragic death, Grace Kelly talks about family, fame, and life as the Princess of Monaco SEAN CONNERY (1982) - The original James Bond on his career as 007 and beyond

Customer Reviews

Delivers What's Promised: On-Demand Flashback!

These interviews are true gems, though for the younger iTunies, it would be nice if you also offered a complete biography on each featured person as a double episode, or at least a curriculum vitae in the description file as an ad-on to each episode for a more in-depth insight.

Oh, Pleeeeease!

I love buying videos from iTunes, and even the short films of 20 minutes to 1/2 an hour seemed not too unreasonable - but really - $1.99 for less than 9 minutes? I'm afraid I have to protest. I don't think any of these should be more than 99 cents. How do you all feel about this?

A Cool Flashback

It's cool to see a younger Spielberg. Even when this was made Spielberg was a billionaire. You also learn a little bit about him and about his mega movie hits and what he was doing in 1982. If you like Steven Spielberg then you'll like this.

ABC News: Celebrity Flashback
View In iTunes $11.94
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Released: 1982

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