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Exclusive Queen Movie Clip

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It takes a pretty impressive character to steal the show at an Olympics Closing Concert, over 20 years after dying. But then Freddie Mercury was nothing if not an impressive character.

And you can see for yourself in this exclusive clip of Queen performing Crazy Little Thing Called Love, which is taken from the forthcoming concert movie Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest '86. A preceding documentary feature chronicles Queen's journey from their epic performance at Live Aid in 1985, through their subsequent Magic Tour, which ended with the first western stadium rock concert staged in Budapest, the capital of Hungary - at that time a Soviet satellite state, which lay behind the Iron Curtain.

The film will hit cinemas on 20th September, but in the meantime you can enjoy Freddie in his royal pomp by watching the clip below.

You can book your tickets here.

Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live in Budapest '86 is released by More2Screen & Eagle Rock

(Images: Rex Features)

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