1973: Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper'

This is a legendary 'Billion Dollar Babies' tour film directed by Joe Gannon and produced by Penthouse magazine. It was filmed in Dallas (April 28th) and Houston, Texas (April 29th) in 1973 and was shot on 16mm and then blown up to 35mm which explains why it is looks so dark. Originally set to be called 'The People Vs. Alice Cooper', and later 'Hard Hearted Alice' (according to news and interviews at the time) it became 'Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper' and it took decades for it to be officially released to the public, although a pirated release appeared from Germany in the mid-80s that was quickly stopped.

There are two versions of the film.
The original version features comedy skits by the band and others inbetween the songs. Most of these skits aren't really that successful although the opening sequence featuring 'The Lady Is A Tramp' is a classic. The plot, such as it is, sees a Germany film director (Fred Smoot) chasing the band around after they walk out of a film shoot. Also appearing in the skits are Jefferson Kewley as Baron Krelve and Pat McAllister as the groups manager.
The other version substituted all but the opening skit with various old movie clips and press conference footage. This version was used for the German pirated VHS but has never been officially released.

Footage exists of the filming of 'Good To See You Again' as part of the 'Home Movies' video bootleg that is in circulation. The film is reputably from Michael Bruce's personal collection and features the band off stage during 1973, as well as filming the 'Lasy Is A Tramp' skit. There's very little footage of Alice himself on these tapes and at over 2 hours with poor sound it becomes pretty boring very quickly.

The film opened in Endicott, NY (near Binghampton where the band had famously been banned from playing during the tour) and Cottage Grove Drive In, Oregon. It then received a limited theatrical release - mostly at midnight screenings - in the mid-'70s and continued to show up for several years.

When it was finally released on DVD on November 8th 2005 (January 30th 2006 in the UK) it featured the original cut of the film (including the comedy skits) in a new high-definition film transfer as well as a new Surround Sound mix created from the 16-track master tapes, plus a multitude of extras, including movie-length commentary by Alice himself. A blu-ray followed in 2010.

One minor controversy was sparked by the cover for the DVD, a well known photo of Alice on stage which had Michael Bruce airbrushed out for no good reason.

Special Features:

  • Audio Commentary by Alice Cooper
  • Anamorphic Widescreen & 5.1 Surround Sound
  • "Play concert only" viewing option
  • Original Theatrical Trailer and Radio Spots
  • Deleted Scene and Outtakes
  • Easter Eggs
  • Poster Gallery with Original Promotional Material
  • Band Biographies

  1. The Lady Is A Tramp
  2. Hello, Hooray
  3. Billion Dollar Babies
  4. Elected
  5. I'm Eighteen
  6. Raped And Freezin'
  7. No More Mr. Nice Guy
  8. My Stars
  9. Unfinished Sweet
  10. Sick Things
  11. Dead Babies
  12. I Love The Dead
  13. School's Out
  14. Under My Wheels

1975: 'The Nightmare'

'The Nightmare' was the visual equivalent to the 'Welcome To My Nightmare' album. It was aired on US Television (ABC 11:30 EST. 25th April '75) to great acclaim. The first film of it's kind 'The Nightmare' features a series of 'videos' to tell the story of the album, and features horror legend Vincent Price as 'The Curator', expanding on his original part on the album to become Alice's guide through his dreams. All the songs from the album are included plus a version of 'The Ballad Of Dwight Fry' which is actually the original 'Love It To Death' instrumental track with a new, probably live, vocal from Alice.

Nick V. Giordano won an Emmy for "outstanding achievement in video editing for a special" in 1976 for the show.

Around 1984 'The Nightmare' TV special was released on Warner Home Video, just when the home video market was starting to open up. Due to this it became eligible for a Grammy that year, and was indeed nominated for 'Best Video Album', but lost out to Duran Duran who were the current big thing. Alice attended the awards ceremony that year (February 28th 1984) and presented with disco diva Grace Jones.

Original video copies quickly disappeared and became extremely rare. The film wasn't officially available again until August 2017, when it was finally re-released on DVD, coupled with a slightly edited version of the 'Welcome To My Nightmare' Wembley concert film ('Department Of Youth' is cut from the live film, although it's still listed on the back cover and on the DVD menu!).

Musically 'The Nightmare' isn't an exact copy of the album. The song versions are diffeent and there are lyrical changes as well. According to Brian Nelson in 1997 some of the changes ('Only Women Bleed') were definitely due to worries over TV censors who were extremely strict in 1975. Some of the other lyrics were probably redone for "the fun of it" and maybe to actually make it a separate vehicle for the video or to tell the story of the nightmare differently (as in 'The Awakening').

  1. Welcome To My Nightmare
  2. Devil's Food
  3. Some Folks
  4. Only Women Bleed
  5. Cold Ethyl
  6. The Black Widow
  7. Years Ago
  8. Department Of Youth
  9. Years Ago (Reprise)
  10. Steven
  11. The Awakening
  12. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
  13. Escape
  14. The Awakening (Reprise)


Links go to the Rhino edition.

1975: 'Welcome To My Nightmare'

The 'Welcome To My Nightmare' concert film, directed by David Winter amd Jorn Winther, that was professionally filmed at Wembley Empire Pool (now Wembley Arena) on 11th-12th September 1975 for release in cinemas and eventual home video release. It features the majority of the 'Welcome To My Nightmare' show although certain tracks aren't in the correct order.

This film has been re-released several times over the years with differing covers, but on April 20th 1999 Rhino Records released the best edition on a special DVD featuring an alternate commentary track recorded by Alice himself, a new never-before-seen interview, and a specially created Alice Cooper memorabilia and trivia game. The footage was also completely remastered from the original film elements and newly repackaged utilizing the original album art.

There was also a UK DVD release on Eagle Rock around the same time but this version DOES NOT have any of the features of the Rhino Version and is best avoided if possible.

In 2017 the film was released again paired with 'The Nightmare' TV Special, but this version of the live film is edited and also doeesn't have the commentary track.

  1. The Awakening (introduction)
  2. Welcome To My Nightmare
  3. Years Ago
  4. No More Mr. Nice Guy
  5. I'm Eighteen
  6. Some Folks
  7. Cold Ethyl
  8. Only Women Bleed
  9. Billion Dollar Babies
  10. Devil's Food
  11. The Black Widow
  12. Steven
  13. Escape
  14. School's Out
  15. Department Of Youth


VHS has been deleted for decades.

1977: 'Alice Cooper And Friends'

This is a VHS tape, released in the mid-eighties, was originally a TV show. It features about 25 minutes of Alice Cooper as well as footage of The Tubes, Nazareth and Sha Na Na all recorded at the first night, 19th June 1977, of the 'Lace And Whiskey' ('King Of The Silver Screen') tour at the Anaheim Stadium, California. Alice was in pretty bad shape on this show and at the end of the tour he checked into hospital.

While this wasn't exactly Alice at his best (quite the opposite) this footage is almost the only surviving film (and only commercially available) of the 1977/78 show and as such worth seeing, if for nothing more then the infamous 'chickens with machine guns' during 'Lace And Whiskey' as poultry-kind finally gets revenge for The Toronto Incident!

Songs included on the tape are: 'School's Out', 'Is It My Body', 'Under My Wheels', 'Billion Dollar Babies', 'You And Me', 'Only Women Bleed', 'Lace And Whiskey', and 'I Love The Dead' but not all are complete and the total run time for Alice is under 25 minutes. While it's very likely the full show show was filmed, Brian Nelson (Alice's archivist/personal assistant) searched for additional footage without success, and it is assumed any additional film was destroyed/lost decades ago.

  1. School's Out
  2. Is It My Body
  3. Under My Wheels
  4. Billion Dollar Babies
  5. You And Me
  6. Only Women Bleed
  7. Lace And Whiskey
  8. I Love The Dead

1979: 'The Strange Case Of Alice Cooper'

'The Strange Case of Alice Cooper' is the live video of the 'From The Inside (Mad House Rock)' Tour filmed in San Diego April 9th 1979. It was unavailable for over 30 years until Shout Factory announced in 2012 that a DVD release would be forthcoming on May 22nd 2012.

At least two tracks were played at the show but not included in the video. The first was the unreleased song 'All Strapped Up'. This was omitted because it was performed using the 'magic screen' and didn't translate too well to film. The second was 'Dead Babies'. No reason for it's removal is known.

There are at least six variant releases of the VHS tape:

  1. US NTSC with Madhouse Show Car cover
  2. US Beta with Madhouse Show Car cover
  3. UK PAL with Snake cover
  4. UK BETA with Snake cover
  5. Australian PAL with Madhouse Show Car cover
  6. Swiss PAL with different cover

Rental and Retail copies don't appear to have had different covers. US versions with snake covers are always bootlegs using the UK sleeve.

'The Strange Case Of Alice Cooper' was finally released on NTSC DVD in the USA on May 22nd 2012 by Shout Factory! and was also available outside the US exclusively via AliceCooper.com. The DVD is region 0 so should play on any player that supports NTSC playback. The track listing is the same as the original VHS (additional footage from the show is said to no longer exist) but the DVD includes a commentary track with Alice. The new cover is the same photo seen on the 1979 tour programme.

  1. Instrumental Intro
  2. From The Inside
  3. Serious
  4. Nurse Rozetta
  5. The Quiet Room
  6. I Never Cry
  7. Devil's Food intro-Welcome To My Nightmare
  8. Billion Dollar Babies
  9. Only Women Bleed
  10. No More Mr. Nice Guy
  11. I'm Eighteen
  12. The Black Widow-instrumental
  13. Wish I Was Born In Beverly Hills
  14. Ballad of Dwight Fry
  15. Go To Hell
  16. How You Gonna See Me Now
  17. Inmates (We're All Crazy)
  18. School's Out

1986: 'The Nightmare Returns'

'The Nightmare Returns' was professionally filmed at Detroit Joe Louis Arena in front of a sold out crowd on October 31st 1986 at the start of the 'Nightmare Returns' comback tour. It was originally filmed for a live MTV broadcast, and was eventually reissued on DVD in 2006 with the addition of promotional videos for 'Teenage Frankenstein' and 'Freedom'.

The original US and UK VHS releases had different covers, The UK one being the green version seen to the left. The US version was used for the DVD release.

in 2012 the soundtrack was released as a digital only release by Universal-Island Records Ltd. Physical CD versions of the soundtrack appear to be pirated copies.

  1. Welcome to My Nightmare
  2. Billion Dollar Babies
  3. No More Mr. Nice Guy
  4. Be My Lover
  5. I'm Eighteen
  6. The World Needs Guts
  7. Give It Up
  8. Cold Ethyl
  9. Only Women Bleed
  10. Go to Hell
  11. Ballad of Dwight Fry
  12. Teenage Frankenstein
  13. Sick Things
  14. I Love the Dead
  15. School's Out
  16. Elected
  17. Under My Wheels

1989: 'Video Trash'

A compilation VHS tape comprising three promotional videos from the 'Trash' album with linking footage shot in Birmingham, England on the day of the filming of "Trashes The World" video. The film has not ben released on DVD but there is a Japanese laser disc.

The video included 'Poison', 'House of Fire', and 'Bed of Nails' and was about 20 minutes long. The fourth video for 'Only My Heart Talkin'' was not included but shot at the same time.

The original VHS has been deleted for decades.


The Japanese Laser disc
  1. Poison
  2. House Of Fire
  3. Bed Of Nails

1990: 'Alice Cooper Trashes The World'

'Alice Cooper Trashes The World' was professionally filmed at Birmingham NEC in England on 13th-14th December 1989. In fact, the majority of the video is from the first night (13th) with additional shots showing the audience from the back of the stage shot on the second night as the venue was much fuller the second night (it being the first show announced). The film features more or less the whole show (no songs are cut).

In March 2004 Sony released 'Trashes The World' on DVD for the first time. This is basically a cheap and cheerful transfer of the original video tape with only a song selection menu to add anything new. The US and UK versions have very slightly different covers.

  1. Hello Hooray (intro tape)
  2. Trash
  3. Billion Dollar Babies
  4. I'm Eighteen
  5. I'm Your Gun
  6. Desperado
  7. House of Fire
  8. No More Mr. Nice Guy
  9. This Maniac's In Love With You
  10. Steven
  11. Welcome to My Nightmare
  12. Ballad of Dwight Fry
  13. Gutter Cat versus the Jets
  14. Only Women Bleed
  15. I Love the Dead
  16. Guitar Solo
  17. Poison
  18. Muscle of Love
  19. Spark in the Dark
  20. Bed of Nails
  21. School' Out
  22. Under My Wheels

1990: 'Prime Cuts - The Alice Cooper Story'

'Prime Cuts' is the first official film documentary which traces the history of Alice Cooper up to the 'Hey Stoopid' album. It features archive footage and interviews.

There are two versions of this video. The first US version features a few minutes extra footage of Alice talking about Kane Roberts and Kip Winger.

The original single disc Region 1 version (NTSC) of Prime Cuts, released by Image Entertainment has some addition footage of the Kane Roberts (Nightmare Returns) band not on later versions. It also has the correct aspect ratio of 1.33:1 along with superior picture quality to disc 1 on the more recent version which has been cropped to 1.85:1 thus losing much screen information top and bottom. Even the graphics on the opening title have been altered to accomodate the widescreen format.(Mother Mercury, message board, Aug 2005)

There are two different covers to the European version. The original cover featured a shot of Alice on-stage with white hat and coat. This was an error by the European manufacturers. The correct, second, cover is the shot of Alice with the flower on his head.

There is a VCD version (on two discs)(CMM DD 111) and a single DVD version was released on 1st June 1998.

On September 24th 2001 the film was re-released as 'Prime Cuts - The Alice Cooper Story' as a double DVD in a card gatefold cover. The first disc featured the original 'Prime Cuts' home video, with a second disc containing 80 minutes of supplementary material. The UK version came in a special gatefold and textured sleeve based on the `Billion Dollar Babies` snake skin theme. Features include:

  • Interviews with original Alice Cooper band-members Neal Smith, Michael Bruce, and Dennis Dunaway.
  • 27 minutes worth of dress-rehearsal footage from the 1987 'Raise Your Fist And Yell' tour.
  • Never-before-seen VH-1 'Behind The Music' interview footage
  • Rare live footage of Slash & friends performing 'Elected'
  • Brand new and exclusive interview with Alice filmed in L.A. in March 2001
  • Song selection via the Alice Cooper Virtual Jukebox
  • Extras accessible via interactive 'Cooper game'
  • Fully animated opening sequence and menu

To skip the interactive game, and see all the additional footage without the hassle of playing the game, use the DVD player remote control and manually input Title 2 chapter 1 (from info that was on AC.com).

Disc 1:
  1. Opening Logo
  2. Start Of Program
  3. I'm Eighteen
  4. The New Excess Band
  5. Black Juju
  6. Auditioning For Frank Zappa
  7. Levity Ball
  8. Clearing The Building And Chicken Story
  9. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
  10. Inventing Alice Cooper
  11. Elected
  12. Alice's Influence
  13. Sick Things
  14. I'm Eighteen (Again)
  15. A Real Bowery Boy And An Alien Bass Player
  16. Hello, Hooray
  17. The Pop Figure And The Pop Star
  18. Dead Babies
  19. Billion Dollar Babies
  20. Salvador Dali And A 12' Boa
  21. No More Mr. Nice Guy
  22. A Great Publicity Stunt
  23. Under My Wheels
  24. Life On The Road
  25. Welcome To My Nightmare
  26. Only Women Bleed
  27. Cold Ethyl
  28. The Hollywood Vampires
Disc 1:
  1. From The Inside
  2. How You Gonna See Me Now
  3. Dying On Stage And A Rock Villain
  4. Clones (We're All)
  5. Department Of Youth
  6. Kane And Kip
  7. Trash
  8. Poison
  9. Hey Stoopid
  10. School's Out
  11. End Credits

2001: 'Brutally Live'

'Brutally Live' DVD is the complete 'Brutal Planet' show recorded live at Hammersmith Apollo, London on July 19th 2000 on the first leg of the 'Brutal Planet' tour. The VHS version cuts the Band solos and 'My Generation'.

In 2003 'Brutally Live' was reissued with a bonus 20 song CD of the soundtrack.

For full details about this release see here.

  1. Brutal Planet
  2. Gimme
  3. Go To Hell
  4. Blow Me A Kiss
  5. Eighteen
  6. Pick Up The Bones
  7. Feed My Frankenstein
  8. Wicked Young Man
  9. Dead Babies
  10. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
  11. I Love The Dead/Devil`s Food/Black Widow - Instrumental
  12. Drum Solo
  13. Dwight Fry Intro
  14. No More Mr Nice Guy
  15. It's Hot Tonight
  16. Caught In A Dream
  17. It`s The Little Things - The first few shows has Guilty here instead.
  18. Poison
  19. Take It Like A Woman/Only Women Bleed
  20. You Drive Me Nervous
  21. Under My Wheels
  22. School`s Out
  23. Billion Dollar Babies
  24. My Generation
  25. Elected
  26. Brutal Planet Reprise

2002: 'DVD-EP'

In 2002, Classic Pictures released a DVD-EP featuring Alice's performances from German show 'Beat Club' in the early 70s. It features 'Under My Wheels', 'I'm Eighteen' and 'Public Animal #9' in surround sound, plus a ton of clips advertising other releases. There are two versions of each track. A 'clean' version, and a version with pop-up information about the band.

  1. Under My Wheels
  2. I'm Eighteen
  3. Public Animal #9

2003: 'The Ultimate Clips Collection'

While the title of this short video-EP is a little misleading (it only includes tracks from three albums - 'Trash', 'Hey Stoopid' and 'The Last Temptation') it's a good way to get most of the promotional videos for the Epic era singles on DVD, although strangely 'House Of Fire' is missing. There's no extras or fancy menus, it's just a cheap and cheerful compilation of clips.

  1. Poison
  2. Only My Heart Talkin'
  3. Bed Of Nails
  4. Feed My Frankenstein
  5. Hey Stoopid
  6. I Got A Line On You
  7. It's Me
  8. Lost In America
  9. Love's A Loaded Gun

2006: 'Live In Montreux'

The 'Live At Montreux 2005' DVD is the complete show recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland on July 12th 2005. Initial copies came complete with a soundtrack CD.

For full details about this release see here.

  1. Phantom Of the Opera intro tape
  2. Department Of Youth (part)
  3. No More Mr Nice Guy
  4. Dirty Diamonds
  5. Billion Dollar Babies
  6. Be My Lover
  7. Lost In America
  8. I Never Cry
  9. Woman Of Mass Distraction
  10. I'm Eighteen
  11. Between High School and Old School
  12. What Do You Want From Me
  13. Is It My Body
  14. Go To Hell
  15. The Black Widow (Inc. Drum solo)
  16. Gimme
  17. Feed My Frankenstein
  18. Welcome To My Nightmare
  19. The Awakening
  20. Steven (Part)
  21. Only Women Bleed
  22. Steven (reprise)
  23. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
  24. Killer
  25. I Love The Dead (Band vocal only)
  26. School's Out
  27. Poison
  28. Wish I Were Born in Beverly Hills
  29. Under My Wheels

2010: 'Theatre Of Death'

'Theatre Of Death' is a live DVD and accompanying CD recorded at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo (a.k.a. Hammersmith Odeon) on December 6th 2009. The package came in either a DVD style case or a CD style jewel box (both featuring the same contents) as well as a Blue Ray disc. The CD is edited to fit on a single disc, but the DVD is the complete show.

For full details about this release see here.

  1. School's Out (Short version)
  2. Department Of Youth
  3. I'm Eighteen
  4. Wicked Young Man
  5. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
  6. Go To Hell
  7. Guilty
  8. Welcome To My Nightmare
  9. Cold Ethyl
  10. Poison
  11. The Awakening
  12. From The Inside
  13. Nurse Rozetta
  14. Is It My Body
  15. Be My Lover
  16. Only Women Bleed / I Never Cry
  17. Black Widow (instrumental)
  18. Vengeance Is Mine
  19. Devil's Food
  20. Dirty Diamonds
  21. Billion Dollar Babies
  22. Killer
  23. I Love The Dead
  24. No More Mr Nice Guy
  25. Under My Wheels
  26. School's Out (Long Version)

2014: 'Raise The Dead - Live From Wacken'

Recorded at the Wacken Open Air Festival on August 3rd 2013. The CDs featured the full show while the DVD cut 'Revolution ' and 'Foxy Lady' from the 'Raise The Dead' covers section of the show.

For full details about this release see here.

  1. Hello Hooray
  2. House Of Fire
  3. No More Mr Nice Guy
  4. Under My Wheels
  5. I'll Bite Your Face Off
  6. Billion Dollar Babies
  7. Caffeine
  8. Department Of Youth
  9. Hey Stoopid
  10. Dirty Diamonds
  11. Welcome To My Nightmare
  12. Go To Hell
  13. He's Back (The Man Behind The Mask)
  14. Feed My Frankenstein
  15. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
  16. Killer/I Love The Dead
  17. Foxy Lady (CD only)
  18. Revolution (CD Only)
  19. Break On Through (The Doors Cover)
  20. My Generation (The Who Cover)
  21. Poison
  22. School's Out (inc. Another Brick In The Wall)

2014: 'Super Duper Alice Cooper'

'Super Duper Alice Cooper' was originally called 'Vincent Goes To Hell: An Alice Cooper Doc Opera' and is a documentary film by filmmaker Sam Dunn and Banger Films who are well known for making award winning films on various rock subjects including Iron Maiden ('Flight 666') and Rush ('Beyond The Lighted Stage'). The film was announced in December 2011 and had its premiere in April 2014 at the Tribica Film Festival in New York.

"Super Duper Alice Cooper is the twisted tale of a teenage Dr Jekyll whose rock n roll Mr Hyde almost kills him. It is the story of Vincent Furnier, preacher’s son, who struck fear into the hearts of parents as Alice Cooper, the ultimate rock star of the bizarre. From the advent of Alice as front man for a group of Phoenix freaks in the 60s to the hazy decadence of celebrity in the 70s to his triumphant comeback as 80s glam metal godfather, we will watch as Alice and Vincent battle for each others’ souls. The film is the first ever ‘doc opera’ – a dizzying blend of documentary archive footage, animation and rock opera that will cement forever the legend of Alice Cooper."

Directed by Reginald Harkema, Sam Dunn and Scot McFadyen the film is 97 minutes long and features a wealth of live footage and interviews with Alice, Shep, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith, Sheryl Cooper, Ella Cooper, Bob Ezrin and loads more. Controversially there is NO mention of Michael Bruce in the movie!

In March 2014 a variety of promotional retail bundles were announced which included a 40 page book, T-Shirt, poster, frisbee and panties with the DVD and Blu-Ray scheduled to be released on May 26th. There is also a deluxe edition which includes film of a 1972 Toronto show and the 2009 Montreaux show on audio CD. Also announced was a facebook competition to ask Alice questions which would be put into a bonus film to be shown with the main movie in theatres and, presumably, be added as an extra to the discs when released. A 'selected Theatre run' began in the UK and Europe on April 22nd followed by the US and Canada on April 28th. The European showings included an introduction from Alice and the short 10 question Facebook interview at the end of the movie. The US showings had a live simulcast from the Canadian Hot Docs Documentary Festival in Toronto.

The deluxe set included the following:

Live At Centre Sportif, Universite De Montreal, January 1972

  1. Be My Lover
  2. You Drive Me Nervous
  3. I'm Eighteen
  4. Is It My Body
  5. Dead Babies
  6. Killer
  7. Long Way To Go
  8. School's Out
  9. Under My Wheels
Live At Montreux, July 2009:
  1. It's Hot Tonight
  2. No More Mr. Nice Guy
  3. I'm Eighteren
  4. Feed My Frankenstein
  5. Acoustic Solo
  6. (In Touch With) Your Feminine Side
  7. Dirty Diamonds
  8. Vengeance Is Mine
  9. Halo Of Flies
  10. Welcome To My Nightmare
  11. Only Women Bleed
  12. Steven
  13. Dead Babies
  14. Ballad Of Dwight Fry
  15. Devils Food / Killer / I Love The Dead
  16. School's Out
  17. Billion Dollar Babies

Compilation DVD's featuring Alice Cooper Content

(Note: Many of the compilations here contain the same clips, especially from 'Beat Club'.)


Let It Rock Vol. 1
Features: Under My Wheels


70s All Stars
Features: School's Out


British Rock Symphony
Features: Start Me Up/5:15


Mayor of the Sunset Strip
Features: Interview clips


Glam Rock - The DVD
Features: Public Animal #9


Get It On: The Seventies DVD Jukebox
Features: Eighteen


The Old Grey Whistle Test
Features: Under My Wheels


High Voltage Vol. 1
Features: School's Out (from 'Brutally Live')
Free With Classic Rock Magazine March '05

Best of MusikLaden Live - Vol. 1
Features: I'm Eighteen

Best of MusikLaden Live - Vol. 1 and 2
Features: Under My Wheels

Dario Argento - An Eye For Horror
Features: Short Interview

Mountain -Sea Of Fire
Features: Short Interview

Rockthology Presents Hard 'N Heavy, Vol. 8
Features: Interview

Hard N Heavy Vol 2
Features: Short Interview

Have A Nice Day
Features: I'm Eighteen

John Carpenter - The Man And His Movies
Features: Short Interview

Pink Lady And Jeff
Features: Clones (We're All)

Rock Icons - Hard Rockin'
Features: I'm Eighteen

Spooks And Creeps
Features: Appearance and voice over in 'Freak Show' short film.

Classic Rock - Sound Of The 70s
Features: ?

Ozzy Osbourne - Don't Blame Me
Features: Short Interview

Best Of Beat Club '72
Features: I'm Eighteen

The Hit Collection
Features: School's Out

Wrestlemania 3/4
Features: Appearance

Free DVD with Classic Rock Magazine 2007

Midnight Special: Live In 1979
Features 'Billion Dollar Babies' Live on the Show.

Operation Rock & Roll
Features: 'Hey Stoopid' and 'Billion Dollar Babies'

Monster Hits
Features: 'Poison'

Seventies Rock & Pop 72
Features: 'Elected' and 'School's Out'

Looney Toons
Features 'Feed My Frankenstein'

Mega Metal 3
Features: 'Hey Stoopid'

RockVideo Monthly - Heavy Metal Releases - July 1994
Features: 'Lost In America'

Dancing In The Street: Hang Onto Yourself Vol 3
Features: Short interview

Still Alive - Metal Ballads
Features 'Only My Heart Talkin''

Rockthology Vol. 04
Features: Interview

La Ruée Vers Le DVD
Features: 'Under My Wheels'

80's Top Ten Hits
Features: 'Poison'

Typisch Tachtig!
Features 'Poison'

Prachtig 80 Volume 2 - 20 Videoclips
Features: 'Poison'

Formel Eins - Die Kultvideos Vol.2
Features: 'Poison'

Typisch Negentig!
Features: 'Hey Stoopid'

Live Eighties
Features 'Poison'

Back To The 80's - Live In Concert
Features: 'Poison'

Back To The 80's - Live Deel 2
Features: 'Poison'

Die Stärksten Rock Clips
Features: 'Poison'

Larry Präsentiert Party Rock
Features 'Poison'

Metal Hammer TV: Hell On Earth
Features: 'School's Out (live)'

Rock Hard
Features: 'Poison'

RockHard presents Sweden Rock Festival
Features: 'School's Out' Live from SwedenRock.

Let The Hammer Fall Vol. 72
Features: 'Vengeance Is Mine'

The Best Of The 70s
Features: 'Elected' and 'School's Out'

Rock Guerilla.tv Vol. 20
Features: Interview

RockHard presents Sweden Rock Festival
Features: 'Billion Dollar Babies' and 'Hey Stoopid' Live from Wacken.

The Midnight Special
11 disc set features The Midnight Special Alice Cooper episode and an new interview.

Ian Paice's Sunflower Superjam
Features: 'Elected' and 'School's Out' live at the Royal Albert Hall.

Remember The 70's
Features: 'Elected'

The 70s-DVD
Features: 'Teenage Frankenstein' which like many songs on this isn't from the 70s...

Glam Rock 2
Features: 'Elected'

Woodstock Days
Features: 'School's Out'

Louder than hell WACKEN Der film
Features: ??

The Spirit Of Woodstock
Features: 'School's Out'

70's All Stars
Features: 'School's Out

Rock Tops
Features: 'Under My Wheels'

Best Of Sweden Rock Festival
Features: 'School's Out'