Eton-Hogg, Sir Denis: Head of Polymer Records during 1982 Tap tour and filming of Marty DiBergis documentary. Shown wishing band "great success" during pre-tour party. Sends them off with: "And so say all of us... Tap into America!" Knighted for founding of Hoggwood, a summer camp for pale young boys. In a scene cut from DiBergis documentary, Bobbi Flekman explains to Rolling Stone reporter Jill Macey, "They knight everything over there." When MCA Records was negotiating a recording deal with Tap, the boys received a cease-and-desist letter from Eton-Hogg, who claimed that Tap was still legally bound to Polymer in an "exclusive, universe-wide agreement." David: "Were committed on paper not to make records for him, and he used that to try to stop us from making records for anyone else." (PP) See also Hoggwood; Tap Into America.