Slade in Flame
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|Slade in Flame|
|Directed by||Richard Loncraine|
|Produced by||Gavrik Losey|
|Written by||Andrew Birkin (screenplay), Dave Humphries (additional dialogue)|
|Starring||Noddy Holder, Dave Hill, Don Powell, Jim Lea, Tom Conti, Alan Lake|
|Editing by||Michael Bradsell|
|Distributed by||Visual Programme Systems (1975 UK) (theatrical)
Shout! Factory (2004 USA) (DVD)
|Release date(s)||January 1985 (UK)|
|Running time||91 min.|
Slade in Flame is a 1975 movie directed by Richard Loncraine. The story follows a band's rise to fame and their decline, showing the dark side of the music business.
The band released a soundtrack in late 1974 under the same name.