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The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle
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(1980)

A rather incoherent post-breakup Sex Pistols "documentary", told from the point of view of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, whose (arguable) position is that the Sex Pistols in particular and punk rock in general were an elaborate scam perpetrated by him in order to make "a million pounds."

Runtime:
1:43
Released:
September 11, 1980

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Cast

Malcolm McLaren The Embezzler
Steve Jones The Crook
Paul Cook The Tea-Maker
Bjiwtizubs5pfabwukv2i9ljs5 Sid Vicious The Gimmick
G5szwmtxb46nx6gbnfemrsvyus5 John Lydon The Collaborator (as Johnny Rotten)
Ronald Biggs The Exile (as Ronnie Biggs)
Liz Fraser Woman in Cinema
Ynqdlxpqnat1etumfvmzwjh4vbh Jess Conrad Jess
Alfa0vymoppsa2h3fazgx0kuekw Mary Millington Mary, The Crook's girlfriend
Lmnxsq3fomgblr82lkzw2wbngfr James Aubrey Record Executive
Julian Holloway Man
Johnny Shannon Nazi
Helen Wellington-Lloyd Helen (as Helen of Troy)
Edward Tudor-Pole Tadpole (kiosk attendant) (as Tenpole Tudor)
Faye Hart Secretary
Alan Jones Record Executive
Irene Handl Cinema Usherette
Judy Croll Catwoman (uncredited)
Peter Dean Nightclub Bouncer (uncredited)
Dave Dee Record Executive (uncredited)
Jerzimy French singer on the street (uncredited)
James Jeter Martin Bormann (uncredited)
Jordan Girl wearing 'only anarchists are pretty shirt' (uncredited)
Debbie Juvenile Girl on the chorus at the opening track (uncredited)
D7feqfvhb0ep9hfmfn1jdbaoh1k Glen Matlock Ex-Pistol (uncredited)
Sophie Richmond McLaren's secretary (uncredited)
Nancy Spungen Nancy (uncredited)
Jean Warren Girl with ants on face (uncredited)

Crew

Crew

Adam Barker-Mill Cinematography

Nicholas D. Knowland Cinematography

John Metcalfe Cinematography

Willi Patterson Cinematography

Directing

Julien Temple Director

Production

Don Boyd Executive Producer

Jeremy Thomas Executive Producer