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You Need Is Cash is a set of sketches and jokes that depict the fictitious Rutles history and follow the Beatles careers in chronological order. Murray as Bill Murray the K. The movie was co-written by Eric Idle and Neil Innes. Yellow Submarine became Yellow Submarine Sandwich, and the track "Get Back" became "Get Up and Go".

Rutles were performed by Eric Idle, John Halsey, Ricky Fataar and Neil Innes. It has had many camera performances by UK and US entertainers, among them Monty Python graduates, Saturday Night Live and Rutland Weekend TV. Harrison has a kamee part as a TV reporter who conducts an interviewee in front of the Rutle Corps head offices without noticing the flow of pedestrians leaving the edifice bringing along stole objects from the offices; this is a hint to the famous Apple Boutique and Apple Beatles HQ, where even the overhead cladding was pillaged.

There are also camels by Idle's comrade Python Michael Palin; several SNL members such as Gilda Radner, John Belushi, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Al Franken and Tom Davis; Bianca Jagger as Dirk McQuickly's Mrs Martini; Ronnie Wood as Hell's Angel; and Mick Jagger, Paul Simon and Roger McGough as such.

Former member of the Bonzo Dog Band, a UK based full -length instrumental band and a member of the Monty Python band, he met the Beatles when the Bonzo Dog Band made a Cameo performance in the Magical Mystery Tour, in which they played "Death Cab for Cutie". McCartney had also made the 1968 Bonzos smash record I'm the Urban Spaceman, written and chanted by Inunes.

14 of Innes' tracks were published on a sound track record titled The Rutles (the CD release added six tracks omitted from the initial record). Rutles was orchestrated and arranged by the motion picture writer John Altman. While John Halsey, Ricky Fataar and Neil Innes were playing their own parts of music and voice, Eric Idle's singing was by Ollie Halsall, who also did the leading parts.

Contained extra track from the TV programmes originally broadcast by Neil Inner, re-mixed in Stereos. In 1996 Ina, Fataar and Halsey came back to take up The Rutles Archaeology, but without the participation of Eric Idle. A rock'n'roll movie:

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