Wilfrid Brambell

  1. Martin Lickert, 200 Motels, 1971.     “Touring makes you crazy,” said Frank Zappa. ’Nuff said! He co-directed and let Ringo Starr rule Zappa’s Mothers of Invention band. He also found room for The Who’s crazy drummer Keith Moon but not, in the end, Brambell, who popped up so well in The Beatles’ Hard Day’s Night, 1963. Zappa had difficulty replacing him. He finally said he would give the role to the next person walking through the door – who proved to be Ringo Starr’s chauffeur.


 Birth year: 1912Death year: 1985Other name: Casting Calls:  0