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ABBA - Super Troupers [DVD]


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  • Actors: ABBA
  • Format: DVD-Video, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Pictures Video
  • DVD Release Date: 20 Sep 2004
  • Run Time: 170 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00061S0AU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,457 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Featuring:

1. Super Trouper (Video) 2. Mamma Mia (Video) 3. Fernando (Video) 4. Eagle (Video) 5. Head Over Heels (Video) 6. Take A Chance On Me (Video) 7. One Man One Woman (Video) 8. Money, Money, Money (Video) 9. Knowing Me, Knowing You (Video) 10. The Winner Takes It All (Video) 11. Happy New Year (Video)

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Sep 2004
Format: DVD
Having watched this when it was televised on ITV recently I was delighted to be able to purchase the DVD too. There are an extra 30 minutes of extras on here including a great interview with Frida who more or less answered all the questions that I would have asked.
The main documentary itself shows alot about Abba from their early days as a group and as individuals, at their peak and right up to the 30th Anniversary of Abba which sees 3 of the original members reunite at the 5th Anniversary of the musical Mamma Mia (can you guess which member declined to attend?)
What made it more interesting was that there were some footage of Abba that I had not seen before, I especially like the b/w clip of Frida singing the Supremes hit 'Baby Love' in Swedish.Just watch her 2 backing singers behind her, really camping it up.
All in all this DVD is a must for every Abba Fan. It gave me a more indepth insight into my favourite member Frida who's english sounded the best i'd ever heard her speak.
BUY THIS DVD! I swear you won't be disappointed. It's 2 hours of pure heaven.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By NatJ on 12 Feb 2006
Format: DVD
For any ABBA fans - this is something you MUST add to your collection. It is hours of pure ABBA Bliss.
It focuses around the time of the Mamma Mia 25th Anniversary when Benny, Bjorn, Frida and Agnetha were all invited to London to reunite and celebrate 25 years of ABBA. It shows Benny arriving...and Bjorn...then Frida turns up (sporting a new lovely blonde hair do) but will Agentha show...?
The documentary captures the excitement of the event, shows Mamma Mia rehearsals, lots of ABBA footage and some lovely interviews with Bjorn and Frida.
Frida, especially, makes a huge contribution to the dvd, giving a long full interview, answering many great questions about her ABBA days etc..and a few times showing that her great humour is still there along with that naughty laugh and mysteriousness she's always had. She is just radiant.
The highlights of the dvd for me all surround Frida. Firstly when Frida is in her dressing room and she is combing her hair and then goes into her wardrobe and says "What will i wear tonight? Maybe this? Or maybe this....(and pulls out her Orange Waterloo costume and holds it up to her)...do you know when i last wore this? It was 1974 in Brighton when we won the Eurovison Song Contest with Waterloo...". It's just a lovely little scene. :-)
Then when Mamma Mia are performing Dancing Queen on stage and back stage Pete Waterman talks a little about how Frida was his Dancing Queen and he's standing beside her etc and you can hear the Dancing Queen chorus and Frida can't help but sing along "Haaaaving the tiiime of youur liiife - oooohhhh" lol. It's just the most wonderful moment but she is loving it completely and says something about wishing it was them back out there and your heart just melts.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Sep 2004
Format: DVD
Absolutely fantastic - I could watch this again and again and thoroughly recommend it for anyone with even a vague interest in Abba. Highly emotional and very enjoyable piece of programming - a perfect tribute to a perfect four.
May they live on for another 30 years!
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This DVD is a great addition to any collector of Abba and though it is basically an updated version of the earlier "Winner Take's It All" DVD release their are merits to this.Firstly the bonus selections contain interviews with Frida and Bjorn who both appear relaxed and happy in conversation. The main DVD also features most of the available footage of Abba and virtually all their videos are represented. On the downside I found the Pete Waterman commentry irritating although I have no doubt he has a deep respect for the group. At times I was reminded of the tiresome story from "Abba-The Movie" about the D.J trying to interview the band with all the references to Agnetha and the "will she-won't she" attend the Mamma Mia Musicals anniversary. Most fans knew the answer before this was originally aired on tv! Infact at time's this seems like one long trailer for the musical. This is balanced though with material that I hadn't seen before ("Dancing Queen" recording session,"People Need Love" performance..etc) and Frida making her spectacular stage entrance is as wonderful as seeing her deciding what to wear for the event.
This production stands up as a show in its own right and is of as much interest to anyone who wants to know more about the ABBA Story as it is to the die hard fans for unseen material.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jiri Englis on 10 May 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Very poor packing by manufacturer. Black plastic tray is absolutely unable to hold the DVD on its place. DVD was scratched at whole surface!!!
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