Video: 10

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1987: Koo Koo Music Videos
(Prince)
Music Videos
(Related Artists)
1988: Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me?
10

10 music video selected snapshots

Music Video details


First aired: Week of 23 November 1987
Producer(s): Vicki Niles (Limelight Productions)
Director: Steve Purcell
Related home video/DVD:
First (Commercially) Released:

Awards


Date Institution, Country Award
This music video has not received any awards in the USA

10 is the first video by Madhouse. It was released for broadcast two months after the single and around two weeks after the band’s second album. Exact shooting date is unknown, but it was likely shot in late Summer or early Fall 1987 at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota. The video was directed by Steve Purcell.

10 opens as a 1930s-style play titled "The Bank Robbery". The 'Madhouse girl', Maneca Lightner, along with those who would become "The Game Boyz", Tony Mosley, Kirk Johnson and Damon Dickson are the robbers. Bankers are played by Levi Seacer, Jr. and Matt Fink and the Policemen by Dale Alexander and Eric Leeds. The robbers’ plan fails when a policeman (Leeds) manages to capture Maneca, forcing her accomplices to surrender. The video ends with the curtain closing.

The play will continue in Madhouse's next music video, 13, which will be released four months later.

Although their silhouettes were seen in Purple Rain and The Time videos taken from the movie, this is the first Prince-related video to feature Tony Mosley, Kirk Johnson and Damon Dickson.


Shooting Information
Shooting Sessions
Date Location Additional info
Summer/Fall 1987 (assumed) Paisley Park Studios,
Chanhassen, MN, USA (assumed)
Cast
Crew
  • Steve Purcell - director
  • Vicki Niles - producer
  • More information needed

Versions
Broadcasts/streaming (only)
Title Length Released Version Additional info
10 4:10


 
Additional Information

See Also Quotation & triva

  • Although a mini-movie titled Hard Life was shot with the music from the first album and a video for Six was reportedly shot, 10 is the first video released by Madhouse.

References
1987
Koo Koo
Music Videos (Prince) Music Videos (Related Artists) 1988
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me?