Dr. Michael Helmstetter of the Midwest Research Institute. Randy Mason profiles Musical Theater Heritage and speaks with their Executive Director, George Harter. Jake Wagner and Scott Lane from the Historic Kansas City Foundation discuss the value of preserving the history of Kansas City by saving endangered buildings and we learn about Kansas City's newest form of transportation - the pedicab.
One long take in undiluted Budd Boetticher directorial style as Cody (Randolph Scott) and Lane (Claude Akins) discuss the bounty on Mrs. Lowe (Nancy Gates) in Comanche Station, 1960.
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After hearing Winslow Leach (William Finley) perform a song from his Faust rock opera, Phil Spector-ish impresario Swan (Paul Williams) decides that Winslow's opera would be the perfect debut attraction for his new rock palace, the Paradise. Swan steals the music and has Winslow imprisoned -- but not before Winslow meets aspiring songbird Phoenix (Jessica Harper). Jumping prison, Winslow breaks into Swan's Death Records factory to ruin the recordings, but a record press accident grossly disfigures him. Winslow then sneaks into the Paradise to sabotage Swan's show, disguising himself as the Phantom. Swan, however, cuts a deal with the Phantom to finish his cantata; he promises that Phoenix will sing it but then reneges, hiring prissy glam rocker Beef (Gerritt Graham). Determined to have Phoenix sing, the Phantom soon discovers just how far Swan will go to give the people what they want.
Satiric, unofficial remake of "The phantom of the opera" has a disfigured madman haunting a fabulous rock club after he is swindled out of his life's work, an elaborate rock-Opera.
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