One Week From Tuesday, Relive Rolling Stones' July 1978 Show at Will Rogers in Fort Worth

We've been here before : the night the Rolling Stones played Will Rogers Auditorium as the "London Green Shoed Cowboys" in the summer of '78. The boot, known as Handsome Girls , remains one of the finest in my collection; I revisit it regularly, particularly that rendering of "Starfucker." No wonder it sounds aces: The show was shot for a film that was never released, a la Ladies and Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones , much of which was shot in Fort Worth in '72 but wasn't officially shown on big screens till last year .

For those who were there, or just wish they had been, on October 18, The Rolling Stones: Some Girls Live In Texas will make its theatrical debut on four local screens for a one-time-only showing scheduled to go off at 7:30 p.m., per the announcement in the in-box: the Cinemark West Plano , the UA Galaxy 10 , the UA Fossil Creek in Fort Worth and the Movies 14 in Burleson. It's said to be the whole show, with an additional 20-minute chitchat with Mick Jagger filmed in August 2011 during which he talks about the tour. But fret not: You can't make it out, the DVD will be available for $11 on November 21 , the same day the band's released an expanded version of Some Girls . And the sound track is, well, ya know, already available.

Above is the "Miss You" performance from Fort Worth, for those who missed it the first time around; that's a sneak peek at the film provided by the band a few days ago. After the jump, the trailer.

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