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Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World is a movie starring Link Wray, Wayne Kramer, and Taylor Hawkins. A documentary about the role of Native Americans in popular music history.

Other Titles
Rumble: Los indios que sacudieron el mundo, Rumble - Das rote Herz des Rock, Rumble: Jak Indianie zatrzęśli światem muzyki, Rumble: Le Rock des Indiens d'Amérique, Rumble - Der indianische Herzschlag des Rock, Indianie, którzy zatrzęśli rockiem, ランブル 音楽界を揺るがしたインディアンたち, The Indians Who Rocked the World, Rumble - Il grande spirito del rock, Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Catherine Bainbridge, Alfonso Maiorana
Writer
Alfonso Maiorana, Catherine Bainbridge
Actors
Taylor Hawkins, Link Wray, David Fricke, Wayne Kramer
Country
Canada
Year
2017
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World brings to light a profound and missing chapter in the history of American music: the Indigenous influence. Featuring music icons Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Jesse Ed Davis, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Robbie Robertson, Randy Castillo, and Taboo, RUMBLE shows how these pioneering Native musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives.

Comments about documentary «Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World» (13)

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Carl Griffin

The next time you are in the mood to watch a movie, rent one of these movies and you will know exactly what the movie is about. Some people have complained that the movie is not as good as the original, but I do not agree. The movie is about the Natives who rocked the world of rock music. You can tell by the looks of the actors, the dialogs and the way the movie is shot. In my opinion, this is the best movie of the 80's. It is worth a watch. If you like to know about the real life stories of the Native Americans, you should definitely see this movie.

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Jacqueline

This is a great movie that will keep you laughing for days. It's great for families, young people, and old people, and it has everything that's good about a movie. The voice-overs are great, and the music is great, and it has great acting. The characters are great, and the people are great, and the movie is great. I recommend this movie to anybody, even if you're not into the Beatles. It is great, and it will be a long time before you'll forget about it.

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Ashley

While I do agree that many of the historical films about the Sixties were inaccurate, I have to say that this documentary was pretty accurate, and was very entertaining. The documentary was mostly filmed in and around San Francisco, California. The people interviewed were mostly from the Bay Area. A great documentary about a great era.

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Gloria S.

My friends and I were fortunate to be invited to the premiere of the film Rumble in the Rambler, as well as a screening of the original audio recording of the film, at the Hollywood Independent Film Festival in Hollywood, CA, on October 11, 2017. This was a very interesting film that I have been waiting to see for a long time, and I was very surprised to learn that it was originally intended to be a feature film. I think the film could have been much better if it had been cut down to a 2-hour movie, as there were many scenes that could have been cut out. The film was much more enjoyable when it was shown in it's original form. I enjoyed the interviews with the film's producers and cast members, as well as the behind-the-scenes footage. I also enjoyed the documentary featurette that was included with the movie. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the making of the film. The film is certainly not perfect, and I would say that the editing was not as tight as it could have been, but it was very interesting to learn about the making of the film, and the interviews with the actors and crew. I will definitely be purchasing this film when it is released on DVD, and I plan to see it again.

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Philip L.

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World is a documentary that explores the unique and unexpected story of the legendary American Indian Movement, which was founded in the 1950s by musician B.B. King. The film tells the story of the group's founding and its legacy. The film covers the rise and fall of the group, from the late 1930s to the early 1960s. The film also covers the various crises that plagued the group during its initial years, as well as the group's meteoric rise and fall in popularity. The documentary also includes interviews with numerous people involved with the group, including musicians and musicians friends. The documentary ends with the group's eventual demise, which was the result of a combination of unfortunate circumstances and external forces. The documentary's main strength lies in its compelling narrative. It is so well-made that you can't help but feel emotionally attached to the story. The documentary is well-made in the sense that it doesn't rely on flashy graphics to tell its story. Instead, it focuses on the emotions of the documentary itself, as well as the people that are involved with the documentary. The documentary is a beautiful film, and it's a great way to introduce people to the history of the Indian Movement. The documentary is also a beautiful document of the music of B.B. King, and the group's story. I recommend that you see this documentary, and I highly recommend that you give it a chance.

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Marie W.

A really interesting documentary on the effects of music on our society. The film is a mixture of interviews with musicians and historians. The interviews are really interesting and I'm sure that this documentary is going to change a lot of people's views on music and music in general. In my opinion, I think that the film is really well done. Some of the interviews are really interesting, like the one with the guitarist of the Beatles and the one with the lead singer of the Rolling Stones. It's also interesting to hear the opinions of musicians who are not in the music industry, like the saxophonist and the guitar player of the Beach Boys. The interviews with the people who didn't really have a great career are also really interesting. The interviews with the musicians who are in the music industry are really interesting as well. It's really interesting to hear the opinions of people who are not in the music industry. This film is really interesting and I really recommend it to anyone who likes to hear music. If you have a chance to see this documentary, then definitely see it. If you are a fan of the music industry, then definitely see it. It's a really interesting documentary that has really good points and you won't regret seeing it. If you like music and want to hear music, then definitely see this documentary.

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Julie

This documentary is an incredible and informative look at one of the most influential bands of the 70's and the music industry of the time. The interviews are mostly from the members of the band and from the people that worked with them in the band. The movie has a very unique style and is very well done. The music is played in a very unique way and is very funny. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is into music. I give this movie a 9 out of 10.

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Michelle

It was really good watching this documentary. It tells the story of the group of indigenous people who were the first to speak out against the injustices of the American Indian Movement. In this documentary, we see how the Mohawks have been vilified for years by the American government. The people of this film have been wrongfully accused of everything. There is a scene in which one of the elders is quoted as saying that "the black man is the devil" and the others laugh and laugh. I find that ironic. The white man is the devil because he is not one of them. The Mohawks are being vilified for the same reasons that the white man is being vilified. The film is very well put together and contains very good historical footage. It also shows the incredible efforts that the Native American people have put into this. The film also has some great music in it and I think that is a very important part of this documentary. It is not an easy film to watch but it is one that I highly recommend.

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Dylan L.

The film was very good. Some people said the film was too long, but I think it is a perfect film to show the life of the blues and the great bands that were part of it. It does not matter if you are not a fan of blues music or not, it will give you an insight into the life of the blues and how it affected everyone around it. It is a must see and I hope that some day, some artist can make a film that will be able to do the same thing.

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Christopher

This is a very good documentary about the Rattle Stones. It is informative, funny, and well-written. It also has some very interesting footage of the Stones, which is always a plus. It's worth a look for those who are interested in this band and the Stones, especially for those who are into rock and roll. This is a must-see for anyone interested in rock and roll, and it is a good, interesting look at one of the greatest bands of all time.

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Nancy

After watching RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD, I was just blown away. This documentary is made to give you a better understanding of the American Indian Movement, and how the pioneers were the first to do what they wanted to do. From the 1960s to the 1980s, the Indians were the first to change the world and the world should not forget that. This documentary was great, and I hope to see it again in the future. I have the feeling that there are a lot of people who need to watch this documentary. One of the most important things that this documentary was created to tell you is how you can help the American Indian Movement. This documentary was made for everyone to see, and even the people who do not agree with the American Indian Movement. This documentary is very good, and I recommend everyone to watch it.

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Gloria Jackson

I think the only thing that bothers me about this film is that I'm not really a fan of the Rolling Stones. I know they're popular, but I'm not a big fan of their music. However, this documentary shows that the Stones' music is still good. The fact that they did a lot of live shows and had the biggest audiences of all time is proof enough that their music is still good. The film is well done, with great interviews and great music. I give this film a 9/10.

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Benjamin Armstrong

I had the privilege of watching this documentary on the film "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World". The film is based on a true story and has been a staple of Indian festivals for the last ten years. The film features music and dance from a wide range of the Indian cultural and musical heritage and it also includes interviews with Indian musicians, teachers, musicians and other professionals. The documentary covers the origins of the music and dance, the founding of the Indian music culture, the music and dance of the American Indian tribes, the influence of the French and Spanish, the development of the Indian music culture, and many other topics. The film covers the last two centuries of Indian music and dance, including the time when the British dominated the Indian tribes. The film is very well made and has great images of Indian culture and music. The music is beautiful and uplifting and the dance is amazing. The film was filmed in the beautiful locations of Canada, the US, and Mexico. The music is so beautiful and I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know about the history of Indian music and dance.