Queen: Days of Our Lives

Synopsis: The life and times of the rock band Queen - told in two parts covering in part one the 1970's and in part two the 1980's and beyond.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Matt O'Casey
  1 nomination.
120 min

Freddie was waiting in the wings,

literally, and advising us on what to do.

He would say, "You're brilliant,

but you should do this and this... "

What did you see in what Brian and

Roger were doing with Smile? Nothing!

I think he had in the back of his mind

some idea about maybe working with us.

Freddie told everybody that he was going to be

a pop star and we didn't take it that seriously.

He was sitting over there one night. I walked in and

he put his head in his hands, looking really depressed.

I said, "What's the matter with you?" He

said, "I'm not going to be a pop star. "

And very slowly he stood up

and he said,

"I'm going to be... a legend. "

# Hey, big spender

# Spend a little time with me... #

Although we had a lot of successful

gigs and we played colleges, pubs

and clubs up and down the country,

we just never got anywhere.

Smile made a single

which did nothing at all,

then Tim, our singer, got an offer

from someone else called Humpy Bong.

So Tim sodded off to that.

Freddie got us. He said, "Come on,

you can't give up. I want to sing. "

So we decided

that we'd take the plunge.

And it was then that I sort of

thought about the name Queen.

Why Queen? I don't know.

At the time, it was outrageous.

So here we have the main hall.

In 1973, this is where Queen played.

This is really the first proper,

advertised gig we ever did

and it's certainly the first review we ever

got by Rosemary Horide of what was then Disc.

From the very beginning, Freddie was absolutely

remarkable for stagecraft. He had a presence

unlike anything I'd seen. I'd been

a music journalist for a long time.

Freddie, even from those days, had an ability to

work an audience and they would eat out of his hand.

He could turn his hand round like that and

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