|Writers||Paul D. Lehrman (writer)
|Cast||Charles Amirkhanian Peter Antheil Michael Bates Henry Brant Jeffrey Fischer Truman Rex Fisher William Holab Tony Kahn Benjamin Lees Paul D. Lehrman Guy Livingston David Raksin Michael Tilson Thomas Nicholas Wolff Mary E. Davis|
|Runtime||71 min, 72 min|
|Plot||George Antheil, the self-proclaimed "Bad Boy of Music," was a brash, colorful, young "ultra-modern" American pianist and composer during the roaring '20s, whose works caused fistfights in concert halls and riots in the streets from London to Budapest. His magnum opus, the "Ballet mécanique," for percussion, sound effects, and multiple player pianos, turned Paris on its ear in 1924. But the piece called for technology that didn't exist at the time. It took a forward-thinking music publisher, a music technologist, a modern player-piano manufacturer, and the latest in computer technology before the piece was heard the way the composer wanted it-75 years after it was written.... search for Bad Boy Made Good: The Revival of George Antheil's 1924 Ballet Mécanique on IMDb|
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