On this day in 1989, UHF, a film written by and starring music prankster Weird Al Yankovic, debuted in cinemas. The movie featured many of Yankovich’s parody songs, and, though a flop at the box office, would become something of a cult film.
On this day in 1984, The NeverEnding Story debuted in US cinemas, featuring a theme song produced by Giorgio Moroder and sung by former Kajagoogoo singer Limahl. The track would reach No.4 in the UK.
On this day in 1980, David Bowie began a run as The Elephant Man in a stage production of the story of John Merrick. He would go on to the part 157 times between 1980 and 1981. pic.twitter.com/DMdDa68IY7
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