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1972 Paul McCartney concert film coming to theaters

INDIO, CA – OCTOBER 15: Musician Paul McCartney performs during Desert Trip at the Empire Polo Field on October 15, 2016 in Indio, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Coming to theaters for one night on January 21st is Paul McCartney‘s live concert/animation film, The Bruce McMouse Show. The movie, which had long been on die-hard fans wish lists over the years, features classic footage of Wings‘ first live lineup, performing key tracks during its legendary summer 1972 “Wings Over Europe” tour. Interspersed are comedic clips featuring a family of cartoon-animated mice that live under the concert stage, which were based on McCartney’s original drawings.

Only a few clips from the film have slipped out over the years before the entire movie — now digitally remastered — was officially released last month as part of McCartney’s Red Rose Speedway box set.

Songs included in the movie are: “Big Barn Bed,” “Eat At Home,” “Bip Bop,” “Blue Moon Over Kentucky,” “I Am Your Singer,” “Wild Life,”  “My Love,” “The Mess,” “Mary Had A Little Lamb,” “Seaside Woman,” “Maybe I’m Amazed,” and “Hi, Hi, Hi.”

Paul McCartney’s The Bruce McMouse Show will play on January 21st at the following U.S. and Canadian theaters:

Montreal, QC – Scotiabank Theatre Montreal
Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Theatre Toronto
Vancouver, BC – Scotiabank Theatre Vancouver
New York, NY – IFC Center
Los Angeles, CA – Arclight Hollywood
Chicago, IL – Arclight Chicago
Bethesda, MD – Arclight Bethesda
Seattle, WA – SIFF Cinema Uptown
San Rafael, CA – Smith Rafael Film Center
San Diego, CA – Angelika Film Center & Cafe
Honolulu, HI – Consolidated Theaters Ward 16
Sacramento, CA The Tower Theatre
Dallas, TX – Angelika Film Center
Nashville, TN – Belcourt Theatre

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