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Show in its full, original cut, although bootlegs abounded. Most of the bootlegs were missing the Beach Boys' performance. The Beach Boys had been deleted from all prints made after the movie's initial theatrical run because of a copyright dispute.
Selected numbers from the T. Show were edited together with performances from another concert film by the same producers, The Big T. Show , to create a hybrid work called That Was Rock. This film did receive a home video release from Media Home Entertainment 's music division, Music Media, in It was felt that the film was unlikely to be released due to the cost of obtaining the publishing and performance rights to the extensive lineup of artists.
On March 23, , Shout! Factory released T. Show on a restored, digitally remastered and fully authorized DVD, with all performances, including The Beach Boys, included. On December 2, , T. Show was released in Blu ray as a combo package with The Big T. Show by Shout!Gerry & the Pacemakers were about the perkiest British Invasion group, and "How Do You Do It" epitomized that relentless upbeat cheer: a bouncy melody, an almost ridiculously upbeat take on romance, and a vocal by Gerry Marsden that tinted basic rock'n'roll energy with a .