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Anyone think that a cameo/appearance by a musician can make a film better? Take Saving Silverman for example. A shaky plot, but NEIL!!!!! makes it funny. Kind of a bad example, but any other movies you can think of.

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I actually want to see that movie only cause Neil Diamond is in it. :blush:

Burt Bacharach in Austin Powers was also a nice, cheesy touch.

And I thought it was really cool at the time to see Sting in Quadrophenia!

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Alice Cooper in Wayne's World I!

They've had some cool people in That 70's Show like Alice Cooper ( :bow: ), Ted Nugent, Gloria Gaynor, Paul Anka, Roger Daltrey among others :rockon:

Peter Frampton in Almost Famous :bow:

David Bowie in Zoolander :bow:

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I forgot about Alice Cooper in Wayne's World: "Milwaukee is derived from an Indian word meaning the good land..." and then Wayne totally speechless over Alice Cooper's funfact: "I was not aware of that!" And Billy Idol was great in The Wedding Singer!

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John Bon Jovi did a movie once (not a cameo - he was a co-star) called "Moonlight and Valentino." I highly recommend it - it's a fabulous romance, would be a good movie for Valentine's!

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In 2003, Dylan was in a movie he co-wrote called Masked and Anonymous. Wow. This was hard to watch, because their really wasn't a story line.

Something about a civil war and revolution and a benefit concert??? It also had Jessica Lange, John Goodman and Luke Wilson. :confused:

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James Brown appears as a preacher in the "Blues Brothers".

rtstuff

Levon Helm as Jack Ridley in the Right Stuff to Sam Shepherd playing Chuck Yeager.

"You got something wrong with your ribs pardner"

Yeager's reply "Yea I think I broke a couple of the sons' of bithces"

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I'm just watchin' Back to the future tonight... Huey baby, Huey Lewis as the uptight judge in the gymnasium "I'm sorry boys, you're just too darn loud".

Then ZZ Top shows up in Bttf III at the hoedown in 1885.

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