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Queen: These Are the Days of Our Lives (1991)

Video promo for Queen: These Are the Days of Our Lives.

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John Deacon ... Himself
Brian May ... Himself
Freddie Mercury ... Himself
Queen ... Themselves
Roger Taylor ... Himself
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The music video was the last Queen video to feature Freddie Mercury in person. Following rumours about Mercury's health, the video was filmed and released in black and white to hide the full extent of his illness. In the video, Mercury wears a waistcoat with pictures of cats that was made for him by Queen Costume Designer, Diana Moseley. With his knowing farewell look straight at the camera, Mercury whispers "I still love you" as the song ends, which are his last ever words on camera. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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UK

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English

Release Date:

December 1991 (UK) See more »

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Filmed in May 1991, this was Freddie Mercury's final appearance on camera before his death from AIDS in November of that year. The video was not released until after his death because his illness had not been publicly confirmed. He wore heavy make-up and the video was made in monochrome because of his illness. See more »

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