We All Stand Together
‘Rupert and the Frog Song’ was made in 1984 and is the brainchild of music legend Paul McCartney (now Sir Paul).
Paul’s inspiration for the song ‘We All Stand Together’ stemmed from the realisation that something he loved so much as a child was a firm favourite with his own children. He dug out his old Rupert the Bear seasonal annuals and wrote the song.
The song was released in November 1984 and reached number 3 in the UK charts. The video was released simultaneously and became the biggest selling video of 1985 as well as being nominated for the ‘Best Music Video – Short Form’ at the Grammy Awards in 1986. The song can be found on Paul’s 1987 greatest hits album ‘All The Best’.
In September 2004 the film was re-released on DVD to mark its 20th Anniversary and this website was launched just two months later.
More than 10 years on, we’re still standing together!