Our trawl through the flood-damaged basement that houses the ERH filing system - as well as our deepest, darkest cinematic peccadilloes - brings us to Saturday Night Fever producer Robert Stigwood's flabbergasting Beatle-free 1978 rock opera Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Starring Peter Frampton as the one and only Billy Shears, it's a motley grab-bag of re-recorded Beatles tunes strung together by turns from the The Bee Gees, Alice Cooper, Dame Edna, and peaks with an unglued version of 'Maxwell's Silver Hammer' delivered by a top-form Steve Martin in full-on Wild & Crazy Guy mode.
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Photo Archive: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
First, that Steve Martin wig-out...
|Frampton Gums Alive! (Honk!)|
|ERH hates joy too...|
|You're only as young as you feel, George.|
|Note Brad Pitt's weird uncle, right.|
|Cooper, Howerd, Martin - All the greats!|
|Set the controls for the heart of the sun, missus!|
|Adios from Wolfman Jack|