Stewart Copeland

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VIDEO: A Helping H.A.M.

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A Helping H.A.M.
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Length: 23:07
Aired: 12/15/2006

"A Helping H.A.M." Monroe is captured and forced to aid the evil organization Know as H.A.M., HUMANS AGAINST MAGIC. watch

VIDEO: Every Witch Way But Loose

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Every Witch Way But Loose
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Length: 22:58
Aired: 12/15/2006

"Every Witch Way But Loose" An old enemy returns and brings out the " dark side" of Juniper Lee. watch

VIDEO: The Kids Stay In the Picture

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The Kids Stay In the Picture
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Length: 22:42
Aired: 12/15/2006

Episode #38 "The Kid Stays In The Picture" Ophelia enlists the gang to help her finish her student film. watch

Videos

Rumble Fish
Very Bad Things Scene: We Want Whizzer
Made Men
Very Bad Things

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I Am David
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I Am David
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Deuces Wild
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Deuces Wild

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A Helping H.A.M.
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Food for Naught
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Te Xuan Me?
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Little Big Mah

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 Classical Rewind TV Show Series, Remarks by
2010 Let Your Feet Do the Talkin' TV Show Series, Producer
2010 Let Your Feet Do the Talkin' TV Show Series, Editor
2010 Let Your Feet Do the Talkin' TV Show Series, Director
2005 The Life and Times of Juniper Lee TV Show Series, Music Director

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News

Police Confirm Tour, But Evasive About New Album

Undoubtedly elating Sonya, my unrequited high-school crush whom I haunted with "Every Breath You Take" more than one too many times, Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland announced on Monday that The Police will reunite for a tour kicking off May 28 in Vancouver, hitting Europe, then swinging by the States for dates in such cities as New York, Boston, Denver and Las Vegas. Recalling the genesis (oops, wrong '80s group) of this reunion, Sting tells the AP, "I woke up one morning about three months ago and this lightbulb went off: 'I'm going to call Andy and Stewart and tell them we should tour.'" As for the differences that splintered the trio in 1984, Sting dismisses them as artistic, not personal. "[They] were all about music. Also, hairstyles." The group, meanwhile, sidestepped questions about a new CD possibly being born of the tour. read more

Police Drummer Gets Turned Inside Out

A quarter century after writing the song “Does Everyone Stare” for the 1979 album Regatta de Blanc, Police drummer Stewart Copeland began cobbling together Super-8 film footage he shot while touring with the band for a documentary titled Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out. The film went on to premiere at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and will make its network debut Sunday night on Showtime. Recently, Copeland spoke with TVGuide.com about the project, his work as a television and film composer, and his post-rock star wardrobe choices. TVGuide.com: Everyone Stares is such an intimate portrait of the band. Why did it seem like the right time to compile all your footage and tell the story?Stewart Copeland: Well, I had 50 hours of film sitting in shoeboxes for 20 years. When I got the computer program Final Cut Pro, I started playing around with it. Suddenly, I thought, “S--t, I’ve got something here.” About a year an read more

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