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Despite being based on the classic Beatles album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” isn’t particularly a well-loved film.
In fact, legendary musician Peter Frampton claims that he was tricked into being a part of the project!
“I was told by (producer) Robert Stigwood that Paul McCartney was going to be the savior of the Heartland,” Frampton shared on The Bob Lefsetz Podcast. “When Stigwood said, ‘Paul is going to be in the movie,’ I said, ‘Really! Well, if a Beatle’s going to be in the movie, he’s sanctioned it, then it can’t be bad.”
“I fly out to Los Angeles, I go to the first meeting out there, no Paul McCartney. So I was lied to,” Frampton continued. “Then I realized from the first day of shooting, oh this was a disaster. I didn’t walk because I would have been sued to high hell. But we all hated being in that movie.”
Other big names in the 1978 flop included the Bee Gees, Steve Martin, Aerosmith, and Alice Cooper.

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