Well, IMDB says that it had Tony Sheridan, George Martin, Billy J. Kramer, Bruce Johnston, Marianne Faithful, Patti Boyd, and a bunch of others... plus Malcolm McDowell as narrator. Those are celebs to me. I remember reading an article about the making of the documentary, and the filmmakers said they were surprised how easily it all came together, but once the show came out, Apple realized they had made a mistake and were missing an opportunity to do their own documentary -- especially after the home video was released. I think a bunch of people sat up and took notice, between this show and the Heroes of Rock & Roll that had been released a few years earlier. Apple approached the producers and made a deal to buy it outright, but they just put the whole Compleat show on ice and took it off the market, and it's one of several major rock documentaries that was out for a couple of years and then vanished. Heroes vanished because producers Malcolm Leo & Andrew Solt didn't have the foresight or budget to pay for the home video rights to the music, so it sat in limbo for many years (and still has not been legally reissued). After those two shows, it suddenly became a lot more expensive to do rock documentaries, and -- in particular -- the Beatles were somewhat off-limits, because their price skyrocketed for clips and music.