Dancing Queen Abba Mamma Mia

[edit] Music video The video, directed by Patrick Kiely, is set at a large high school. The video is an homage to the film The Breakfast Club, in which band members (along with extras who serve as background dancers) are trapped in a classroom that changes into a nightclub. Paul Gleason, who portrayed the film's assistant principal, reprises the role in the video. It is also featured in Night at the Museum: The Tomb's Secret.

Abba Dancing Queen Mamma Mia

The song was backed by a music video shot in 1976 at downtown Stockholm's Alexandra's discotheque. [37] All four members of ABBA appear in the music video, singing and performing for dance club guests. The music video, directed by Swedish film director Lasse Hallstrm, has over 500 million views on YouTube as of May 2021. Since August 2021, when the video surpassed 500 million views, it has been remade in ultra-high definition. [38] Charts [adjust]

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Mamma Mia! earned £69.2 million in the United Kingdom as of January 23, 2009, making it the thirteenth highest-grossing film in the country's history. [14] The film premiered at number one in the United Kingdom, with £6.6 million on 496 screens. It held the top slot for two weeks, just preventing Pixar's WALL-E from gaining the top spot in its second week. [reference required] When it opened in Greece on July 3, 2009, the picture made $1.6 million in its debut weekend, making it the top grossing film in the country. [15]

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