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Get Crazy (Sep-1983)

Director: Allan Arkush

Writers: Danny Opatoshu; Henry Rosenbaum; David Taylor

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paul Bartel
Actor
6-Aug-1938 13-May-2000 Eating Raoul
Ed Begley, Jr.
Actor
16-Sep-1949   Meet the Applegates
John Densmore
Drummer
1-Dec-1944   Drummer for The Doors
Gail Edwards
Actor
27-Sep-1952   Dot Higgins on It's a Living
Fabian
Singer
6-Feb-1943   50s teen idol, Turn Me Loose
Allen Garfield
Actor
22-Nov-1939   Cry Uncle!
Clint Howard
Actor
20-Apr-1959   Ice Cream Man
Jackie Joseph
Actor
7-Nov-1933   Jackie Parker on The Doris Day Show
Howard Kaylan
Singer
22-Jun-1947   The Turtles
Malcolm McDowell
Actor
13-Jun-1943   A Clockwork Orange
Dick Miller
Actor
25-Dec-1928   A Bucket of Blood
Robert Picardo
Actor
27-Oct-1953   Holographic doctor on Star Trek: Voyager
Lou Reed
Musician
2-Mar-1942 27-Oct-2013 The Velvet Underground
Justin Sane
Musician
21-Feb-1973   Lead singer of Anti-Flag
Bobby Sherman
Singer
22-Jul-1943   "Julie, Julie, Julie, Do You Love Me?"
Daniel Stern
Actor
28-Aug-1957   City Slickers
Lee Ving
Musician
10-Apr-1950   Frontman, Fear
Mary Woronov
Actor
8-Dec-1943   Eating Raoul

REVIEWS

Review by mrinfo (posted on 28-Mar-2005)

Additional rock and roll stars of this film include John Densmore of The Doors, Howard Kaylan of Flo & Eddie & the Turtles, Lou Reed. If you're a fan of the old Fillmore concert halls of the 60's & 70's this flick is for you. An outstanding cast of past and present rockers, poppers and punkers--combine to put on one of the funniest music/social commentaries with a dose of boy meets girl and drug stupors thrown in. A must see for all you Spinal Tappers.


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