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Renaldo and Clara (25-Jan-1978)

Director: Bob Dylan

Writers: Bob Dylan; Sam Shepard

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joan Baez
Singer/Songwriter
9-Jan-1941   Diamonds and Rust
Ronee Blakley
Actor
24-Aug-1945   Nashville
T-Bone Burnett
Musician
14-Jan-1948   Blues/country producer and performer
Hurricane Carter
Boxing
6-May-1937   Boxer twice convicted of triple-murder
Bob Dylan
Musician
24-May-1941   The Times They Are A-Changin'
Roberta Flack
Singer
10-Feb-1939   Killing Me Softly with His Song
Allen Ginsberg
Poet
3-Jun-1926 5-Apr-1997 Howl!
Arlo Guthrie
Singer/Songwriter
10-Jul-1947   Alice's Restaurant
Roger McGuinn
Musician
13-Jul-1942   Singer/guitarist for The Byrds
Joni Mitchell
Singer/Songwriter
7-Nov-1943   Big Yellow Taxi
Mick Ronson
Guitarist
26-May-1946 29-Apr-1993 Bowie/Spiders from Mars guitarist
Sam Shepard
Playwright
5-Nov-1943   Buried Child
Harry Dean Stanton
Actor
14-Jul-1926   Bathrobe-clad actor from Repo Man

REVIEWS

Review by Buck Handy (posted on 12-May-2007)

I saw this movie in early '78. Extraordinary concrt footage of the appropriately named "Rolling Thunder Review" tour. As I understand, unfortunately it has been out of circulation for quite sometime now. Even though it was rather lengthy, about four hours or so, I think, I wish I could get a hold of it, or at least the soundtrack. I highly recommend checking it out if/when at all possible.


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