Category: ringo starr 1971

Ringo as Larry The Dwarf, dressed as Frank Zap…

Ringo as Larry The Dwarf, dressed as Frank Zappa, in 1971′s 200 Motels, my edit of MGM’s publicity still via imdb

Dialog from the film to sort of explain it:

Rance Muhammitz : I’m sure the people at home would be interested to know why such a large force as you is all dressed up like Frank Zappa. Tell us Larry, whats the deal?

Larry The Dwarf : He made me do it, Dave. He’s such a creep.

Ringo as Larry The Dwarf, dressed as Frank Zap…

Ringo as Larry The Dwarf, dressed as Frank Zappa, in 1971′s 200 Motels, my edit of MGM’s publicity still via imdb

Dialog from the film to sort of explain it:

Rance Muhammitz : I’m sure the people at home would be interested to know why such a large force as you is all dressed up like Frank Zappa. Tell us Larry, whats the deal?

Larry The Dwarf : He made me do it, Dave. He’s such a creep.

Ringo looking a little lost. Popfoto, January …

Ringo looking a little lost. Popfoto, January 1971. I think we all feel this way sometimes.

Ringo Starr in Blindman (1971), a truly awful …

Ringo Starr in Blindman (1971), a truly awful movie…BUT RINGO

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Ringo as Zappa

Zappelganger?

Ringo as LARRY THE DWARF, as Frank Zappa, in the movie 200 Motels, released November 10, 1971.

the-cosmic-empire: Photos taken on John’s 31st birthday, on 9th…

the-cosmic-empire:

Photos taken on John’s 31st birthday, on 9th October 1971. John and Yoko were in Syracuse, New York for Yoko’s art exhibition This Is Not Here opening to at the Everson Museum. Later that day a birthday party was held for John in his suite at Hotel Syracuse with Ringo, (and possibly Maureen?) Mal Evans, Allen Ginsberg, Eric Clapton, Phil Spector, Klaus Voorman, Neil Aspinal and Jim Keltner attending. An impromptu jam took place (and was recorded). Songs played included What’d I Say, Yellow Submarine (sung by Ringo), Like A Rolling Stone, a medley of ’Twist And Shout, Louie, Louie, Yesterday, Maybe Baby, Peggy Sue, Bring Out The Joints (a Lennon/Spector original), Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes, Crippled Inside, Give Peace A Chance, Paul’s Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey, George’s My Sweet Lord, Imagine and more.