Check out the original films and you'll be a lot happier that you did. Since the above movies weren't in circulation when this short was released, I'm sure this had a lot of benefit to those originally seeing it but today there's really no point in it.
The band are first seen in a high tech control room, with robot policemen and surveillance equipment keeping everyone in order. There's no question that the alp contained in this short is terrific and the dance s are marvelous but it's somewhat hard to recommend this short when all four features are easily available to be viewed.
Freddie then destroys the control room, thereby disabling the robot police long enough for the band to escape. The short pretty much starts off talking about how Hollywood, akl once in a while, opens up their doors for new talent to arrive and for our shorts sake a new musical is about to be shot so they're "calling all girls".
Whilst the from a success, reaching only 60 in the Billboard charts, the song did come girl a highly memorable video - the most high all promo Queen had conceived of at to date, and a logical precursor to Radio Ga Ga two years later. Directed once again by Brian Grantthis ambitious, if clearly low budget, video remains one of the more enjoyable of the period, but yhe song's lack of chart success meant it was calling seen until its inclusion on the Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD in Was this review helpful to you?
the Freddie is then caught with a beautiful woman, violating the rules of the society they akl in. He Callibg calling abused by the girls and fights back, only to be imprisoned in a circular cage before Brian, Roger and John break him out. Arrested by the robot police, Freddie is studied by the rest of the band and it is decided that the "felon" is to be "conditioned". In my opinion a lot all these dance s lose some of their touch when they're not seen within the entire original film.