Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Peter Frampton
Director: Michael Schultz Cast: Peter Frampton
Peter Frampton
, Barry Gibb
Barry Gibb
, Robin Gibb
Robin Gibb
Michael Schultz

Blu-ray (Wide Screen)

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Pop star Peter Frampton and the Bee Gees star in this musical, loosely based on the popular 1967 Beatles album Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. In the story, Billy Shears, who now heads the Lonely Hearts Club Band, is the grandson of the famous Sergeant Pepper. He is confronted by the need to save the magical musical instruments of the band from the bad guys, led by music tycoon B.D. Brockhurst (Donald Pleasance), who want to steal them. If they succeed, the magic which infuses "Heartland U.S.A." will disappear. Among the many Beatles' songs performed in the film by well-known popular artists are: "She's Leaving Home" (Bee Gees, Jay MacIntosh, John Wheeler), "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" (Steve Martin), "Got To Get You into My Life (Earth, Wind & Fire), "When I'm 64" (Sandy Farina), "Come Together" (Aerosmith), "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (sung by the Bee Gees, Paul Nicholas), "With a Little Help from My Friends" (Peter Frampton, the Bee Gees), "Fixing a Hole" (George Burns), and "Get Back" (Billy Preston).

Product Details

Release Date: 09/26/2017
UPC: 0826663175554
Original Release: 1978
Rating: PG
Source: Shout Factory
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:52:00
Sales rank: 21,117

Special Features

Audio commentaries with pop culture historian Russell Dyball; Galleries; Original theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peter Frampton Billy Shears
Barry Gibb Mark Henderson
Robin Gibb Dave Henderson
Maurice Gibb Bob Henderson
Frankie Howerd Mean Mr. Mustard
Paul Nicholas Dougie Shears
Donald Pleasence B.D. Brockhurst
Sandy Farina Strawberry Fields
Steve Martin Dr. Maxwell Edison
Aerosmith Future Villain
Alice Cooper Father Sun
Billy Preston Sgt. Pepper
Stargard The Diamonds
Earth, Wind & Fire Benefit Performer
George Burns Mr. Kite
Rose Aragon Actor
Bee Gees Actor
George Benson Actor
Stephen Bishop Actor
Jack Bruce Actor
Keith Carradine Actor
Johnny Casino & the Sha-Na-Na Actor
Woodrow Chambliss Actor
Carol Channing Actor
Pat Cranshaw Actor
Jim Dandy Actor
Sarah Dash Actor
Del Shannon Actor
Rick Derringer Actor
Barbara Dickson Actor
Donovan Actor
Randy Edelman Actor
Yvonne Elliman Actor
Morgan Farley Actor
José Feliciano Actor
Leif Garrett Actor
Adrian Gurvitz Actor
Eddie Harris Actor
Nona Hendryx Actor
Etta James Actor
Patti Jerome Saralinda Shears
Dr. John Actor
Bruce Johnston Actor
Joe Lala Actor
D.C. Larue Actor
Marcy Levy Actor
Mark Lindsay Actor
Nils Lofgren Actor
Jackie Lomax Actor
John Mayall Actor
Curtis Mayfield Actor
Peter Noone Actor
Alan O'Day Actor
Paley Brothers Actor
Robert Palmer Actor
Wilson Pickett Actor
Anita Pointer Actor
Bonnie Raitt Actor
Helen Reddy Actor
Chita Rivera Actor
Johnny Rivers Actor
Monte Rock Actor
Seals and Croft Actor
Max Showalter Ernest Shears
Joel Simon Actor
Dianne Steinberg Lucy
Connie Stevens Actor
Al Stewart Actor
John Stewart Actor
Carel Struycken The Brute
Tina Turner Actor
Frankie Valli Actor
Grover Washington Actor
John Wheeler Mr. Fields
Alan White Actor
Wolfman Jack Actor
Bobby Womack Actor
Gary Wright Actor
Eleanor Zee Actor
Hank Worden Old Bandmember
Bruce "Cousin Brucie" Morrow Actor

Technical Credits
Michael Schultz Director
Dee Anthony Executive Producer
Beatles Score Composer
Patricia Birch Choreography
Brian Eatwell Production Designer
Henry Edwards Screenwriter
Les Fresholtz Sound/Sound Designer
George Harrison Score Composer
Christopher Holmes Editor
Marvin March Set Decoration/Design
George Martin Musical Direction/Supervision
Owen Martin Musical Direction/Supervision
Michael Minkler Sound/Sound Designer
Bill Oakes Associate Producer
Jennifer Parsons Costumes/Costume Designer
Arthur Piantadosi Sound/Sound Designer
Owen Roizman Cinematographer
May Routh Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Stigwood Producer
L. Andrew Stone Asst. Director
Charles M. Wilborn Sound/Sound Designer

Customer Reviews

Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band! Peter Frampton, the Bee Gees, Aerosmith, and Sandy Farina give outstanding musical performances. This is an awesome visual to the Beatles' songs. I belive this movie did the Beatles' songs by allowing the viewers to follow along on the journey with Billy Shears, the Hendersons, and Starwberry Fields as they try to stop the FVB from corrupting the world. This movie is great for Frampton and Bee Gees fans!
Guest More than 1 year ago
peter frampton, the bee gees, aerosmith, and earth, wind, & fire sing the beatles songs better than the beatles did!! sure, it's not a movie to be taken seriously for its acting or script, etc. it's simply a fun entertaining movie. the musical performances are outstanding, and they did a great job of creating a story through music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first saw this movie in a movie thaater when I was around 12 or 13 years old and I enjoyed it and then I saw it several times on HBO and when it came out on DVD I purchased it and watched it again and I still enjoyed it. It is a weird movie that is mostly told in song with some narration by George Burns and this is definitely one of my favorite weird campy movies and I found The Bee Gees and Peter Frampton to be very entertaining!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I will never forget this movie. It was the best then and it's even better now. The 2-cd soundtrack set is beyond words! If you're a 70's fan, this is the it. It's just too bad that movies like this aren't made anymore. Actors, singers, just cannot duplicate. -Caroline
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a trip in the time machine, to see Alice Cooper with a mustache portraying a displaced crossing guard and singing the Beatles, "Because," who else could sing a goofy little song like "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" than Steve Martin, and the ETERNAL Aerosmith playing bad guys....Steven Tyler and Peter Frampton duking it out. I went to this movie at the theater when I was 12, already a huge Aerosmith fan, and I still get goosebumps when I watch that scene, pre-MTV, what a thrill.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is one of the best movies i have ever seen!!! it is such a great movie. The Bee Gees and Peter Frampton did a great job in this movie!!!!! YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS MOVIE!!!! IF I COULD I WOULD GIVE IT MORE THAN 5 STARS!!!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Horrible, horrible, horrible movie. It pains me to remember my experience watching it, that is the first 5 minutes. I couldn't take any more of the distasteful and cheap reproduction of the Beatles. I am only giving it one star because it doesn't go into negatives. I spit on this terrible waste of life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was a joke trying to ride off the beatles but they blew it big time and are a huge joke
Guest More than 1 year ago
My condolances to Maurice Gibb, who passed away in the early part of this year, and to Peter Frampton and George Martin for getting roped into this mess! It killed the Bee Gees' and Frampton's careers for many years! This is more like a parody of the Beatles than a tribute. The moments with George Burns and Steve Martin are amusing, considering ''Maxwell's Silver Hammer'' was a novelty song to begin with. Billy Preston's rendition of ''Get Back'' is tolerable (though he was rarely heard from after this movie) as is Aeroesmith's take on ''Come Together'' (same thing with Aeroesmith) and Earth, Wind and Fire's funky jazz reading of ''Got to Get You Into My Life'' (I believe they too parted not long after this fiasco). But c'mon, disco versions of ''You Never Give Me Your Money?'' ''Strawberry Fields Forever'' is reduced to an elavator waltz that would make John Lennon puke! And the versions of ''A Day In the Life'' and ''Golden Slumbers/Carry that Weight'' are blasphemous! If you're smart, you won't give Robert Stigwood any of your money for this one!