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More from year 1983
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Filming of the “Say Say Say” promotional video
October 4 to October 7, 1983
Filming of the “Coming Up” promotional video
March 26 & March 27, 1980
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From Club Sandwich N°32, 1984:
Before filming started on ‘The So Bad’ video, we needed a photographic session with Linda, Paul, Ringo, and Eric taking pictures of each other. Paul, Ringo, and Eric hammed it up in front of the camera for Linda, then they each had a turn photographing her. The pictures were enlarged to bigger than life size. These were to be used as the background with Linda, Paul, Ringo, and Eric in front of their own photographs.
There were two cameras used during the video filming. Besides the main camera which concentrated on the staged shots another camera recorded all the background activity. These were the scenes showing Linda taking pictures with her 8 x 10 inch view camera, Paul with another camera, Eric with a little snap shooter, and Ringo on one of the video cameras. ‘So Bad’ ends as it started — as a photographic session. Click! Click! Click! Click!
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