Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart have been called “...two of the world’s most prolific, successful and influential songwriters." They helped create the sound of a new generation, garnering Grammy, Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. As producers, writers and artists they have sold more than 100 million records worldwide.
Best known for their work with The Monkees (composing and producing such hits as "Last Train To Clarksville," "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone," "Valleri" and "(theme from) The Monkees"), they rode a wave of success that lasted through to their climactic split in January, 1970.
Who Wrote ‘Em provides an in-depth, personal perspective on not only songwriting in the 1960s, but also the complicated relationships surrounding Boyce & Hart's unique story.
Behind-the-scenes anecdotes are told with humor and raw openness by narrator, Bobby Hart, and the subjects
themselves in new interviews (Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, Michael Nesmith, Keith Allison & Kim Fowley), as well as vintage commentary from the late Tommy Boyce.
The film is compiled from never-before-seen home movies, photographs and audio interviews combined with one-of-a-kind archival television clips, set against the Boyce & Hart songs that outsold both The Beatles
and Rolling Stones combined in 1967. This unique perspective on history documents the inside story of Boyce & Hart’s contribution to television,
politics, music and the cultural revolution of the late sixties.