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Bruce Willis "lip-synced" the harmonica in the Peter Gunn performance in the section showing Bruno with his band, "Bruno and The Bassment", a band with six bass players. The harmonica was actually played by Willis' friend, Bruce DiMattia. In fact, DiMattia played all of the harmonica heard throughout the dramatic part of the movie with Willis doing his own harmonica work only during the live concert at the end of the show. See more »
Willis plays the title guy, a here-to-fore unknown seminal influence on rock history. Played quiet, with 'interviews' and 'archival footage' of Bruno's brushes with the greats and greatness, it's done quite well. The "documentary" finishes up with a real concert with Bruce backed up by a kick-ass blues band doing various "Bruno" songs and some standards that even wound up being released as a CD (still available as I write this). Their version of "Secret Agent Man" is particularly recommended.
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