The Song Remains the Same

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Documentary (1976)

Robert Plant (Himself - Lead Singer)
Jimmy Page (Himself - Guitarist)
John Paul Jones (Himself - Bassist & Keyboardist)
John Bonham (Himself - Drummer)

A documentary of a Led Zeppelin tour mixed with lived music, a bizarre fantasy, and interviews with those involved with the band.

Boeing 720-022

Registration N7201U, c/n 17907/22 built in 1959. First 720 delivered, originally to United Airlines. Purchased in 1973 by Contemporary Entertainment and used by several bands for tours, including Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, The Rolling Stones, The Allman Brothers and Alice Cooper. Scrapped in 1982.
Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N7201U Boeing 720-022 The Starship.
Reg. N7201U Boeing 720-022 The Starship.
Reg. N7201U Boeing 720-022 The Starship.
Reg. N7201U Boeing 720-022 The Starship.
Reg. N7201U Boeing 720-022 The Starship.

Boeing 707-331B

Boeing 707-331B of TWA-Trans World Airlines.
Boeing 707-331B of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

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