BOOTLEG FILES 094: “Baal” (1982 BBC adaptation of the Bertolt Brecht drama starring David Bowie).
LAST SEEN: In a British Film Institute retro screening in Sheffield, England, in August 2002.
AMERICAN HOME VIDEO: None.
REASON FOR DISAPPEARANCE: Completely unknown in the U.S. outside of Bowie addicts.
CHANCES OF SEEING A DVD RELEASE: On DVD in the U.K., but not likely for the U.S.
BOOTLEG OPPORTUNITIES: Some private collectors trading online have this one.
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Posted on September 9, 2005 in Bootleg Files, Features by Phil Hall
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