Ringo, stressed out by fame, trades places with a schmuck who looks exactly like him. Then the problems start!

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Ringo Starr / Ognir Rrats
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Ognir's Father
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Himself
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Marquine
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Marty Flesh
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Himself
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Ringo's Roadside Attraction Recording Engineer
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Ringo's Roadside Attraction
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Ringo's Roadside Attraction (as Mac Rebennack - Dr. John)
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Ringo's Roadside Attraction
Hymie Rogers
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Ognir Rrats
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In this update of the "Prince and the Pauper", Ringo Starr is the most famous rock drummer in the world, but has become bored with his life as an iconic pop star, while Ognir Rats is a shy, bullied nobody with a lousy job and an abusive father. When Ringo sees Ognir and notices they share a strong resemblance to each other, they decide to switch places. Once, Ringo gets a taste of Ognir's troubled life and Ognir is caught up in Ringo's busy schedule, can things be straighten out before Ringo's big concert, later that night? Written by Hailey-7

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26 April 1978 (USA)  »

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References The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) See more »

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I Am The Greatest
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Written by John Lennon (uncredited)
Performed by Ringo Starr
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