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Revision as of 08:26, 11 October 2018


Around The World follows The Police on their 1980 tour of the Far East (as broadcast on the BBC as Police In The East) with added material of the Zenyatta tour.

"Around The World"
cover of the UK VHS
Artist: The Police
Directed by: Kate Burbidge, Derek Burbidge
Produced by: Kate Burbidge, Derek Burbidge
Edited by: EDITOR
Filming location(s): LOCATION(S)
Initial release date: 1983-08-17 (USA)
Running time: 75:00
Label: Thorn EMI

Video summary

A selection of live performances, behind the scenes material, The Police filming promotional videos - filmed between February 1980 and January 1981.

Production

In its first half this video uses material which was originally filmed for Anne Nightingale's BBC movie Police In The East. The second half consists of material filmed during the 1980-1981 Zenyatta Mondatta Tour.

Release history

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Cover art Release date Label Country Format Language Special features
Aroundtheworld vhs cover.jpg 1983-MM-DD Thorn EMI UK VHS (PAL) English none
Aroundtheworld betamaxcanada cover.jpg 1983-MM-DD I.R.S. Video Canada Betamax English none
Stub.gif 1983-MM-DD Tohkushinsha Home Video Japan VHD (Video High Density - a video disc) English none
Stub.gif 1983-08-17 I.R.S. Video Corporation USA CED (Capacitance Electronic Disc - a video disc) English none
Aroundtheworld laserdiscjapan cover.jpg 1983-MM-DD Japan Polygram Video Japan Laserdisc English none

Quotations and trivia

Japanese ad:

1983 12 rockin on ad.jpg

See also

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External links and reviews

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References

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