|Directed by||Michael Cumming|
|Written by||Stewart Lee|
|Produced by||James Nicholls|
King Rocker is a 2020 British documentary film directed by Michael Cumming and written by Stewart Lee about the singer Robert Lloyd and his bands, The Prefects and The Nightingales. It premiered at the 200 Sheffield Doc/Fest, before being shown on Sky Arts, with its premiere on the network being on 6 February 2021.
The film was produced by James Nicholls, who was one of the people behind music documentaries such as The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin Phillipps and The Ballad of Shirley Collins (which also featured Lee). King Rocker features Frank Skinner, Kevin Eldon, Marc Riley, Robin Askwith, and Paul Morley, with archive footage included of John Peel, Ted Chippington and We've Got a Fuzzbox and We're Gonna Use It. The latter two appeared with Lloyd/The Nightingales on the British Children's pop programme Razzmatazz, performing the hit single credited to The Vindaloo Summer Special in 1986.
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