David Bowie: 25 of Artist's Most Unforgettable Onscreen Moments

Five decades of star turns and innovative clips from rock's ultimate video artist

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"Blue Jean" (1984)

A slapstick romp excerpted from Julien Temple's 21-minute film Jazzin' for Blue Jean. Bowie plays two roles: the luminous rock star in harem pants and the dork in the audience whose girl only has eyes for the rock star. And in the role of Bowie's bassist: That's Richard Fairbrass, later the Right Said Fred singer of "I'm Too Sexy" fame. 

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