Some bands deserve another shot, and another...and another...and another.

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Regina Russell Banali (as Regina Russell)

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Regina Russell Banali (as Regina Russell)
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Credited cast:
Steven Adler ... Self
Eric Baker Eric Baker ... Self
Frankie Banali ... Self
Kevin Boisvert Kevin Boisvert ... Self
Eric Buarque ... Interviewed
Carlos Cavazo ... Self
Kathy Rhoads D'Argenzio Kathy Rhoads D'Argenzio ... Self
Erin Davis Erin Davis ... Self
Kevin DuBrow Kevin DuBrow ... Self (archive footage)
Terry J. Dubrow ... Self
Warren Entner Warren Entner ... Self
Chris Epting Chris Epting ... Self
Kelly Garni ... Self
Bob Geldof ... Self
Alex Grossi Alex Grossi ... Self
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Some bands deserve another shot, and another...and another...and another.

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Some bands deserve another shot...and another...and another...and another.

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Documentary | Music

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Not Rated

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Trivia

Amongst those who donated/pledged to the creation of this documentary was the mother of late Quiet Riot singer Kevin DuBrow. See more »

Goofs

Sally Steele (who runs the Vegas Rocks Awards show) states that Frankie Banali was the original drummer for Quiet Riot. This is incorrect; he was the classic drummer. The original drummer was Drew Forsyth. See more »

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When the title is displayed on screen at the beginning of the film, the word "Back" is written in by hand. See more »

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Hilarious and touching must-see documentary!
17 June 2014 | by cdonnisonSee all my reviews

I was delighted to see the Quiet Riot documentary included in the program for the NXNE film festival here in Toronto! This film is a definite must for fans of the genre as well as non fans alike. It is a cheeky look back at the heyday where legendary excesses launched and killed the careers of many a great band. But it is so much more than that. It is a testament to friendship and loyalty, perseverance and passion, being true to yourself and following your path. It is filled with humour, affectionate teasing and a lot of love. Never did I feel bashed over the head with messages or emotionally manipulated but rather was presented information that I was allowed to process for myself. I was impressed by the candour, openness and vulnerability of many of those interviewed (most notably Frankie Banali himself) and also by the skill of Regina Russell in capturing it. I laughed, I cried, I was singing along in my seat.


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29 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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