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Storyline

Since its premiere in 1986, this Emmy-winning documentary series has presented hundreds of hours comprising profiles of outstanding American cultural artists. Past subjects have included Charlie Chaplin, Helen Hayes, pop icon Andy Warhol, singer Billie Holiday, and Composer and Conductor Leonard Bernstein.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Documentary

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: June 23, 1986

Also Known As: アメリカン・マスターズ, PBS American Masters |  See more »

Parents Guide: Norway (A), United States (Not Rated, TV-14)

Genres

Plot Keywords

biography
people
cultural heritage

Company Credits

Production Co: Eagle Rock Entertainment, WNET Channel 13 New York

Cast

Leigh Montville
as Self - Author, 'Ted Williams'
Kilauren Gibb
as Daughter/Self
Alan Benjamin
as Assisting Surgeon: Opening Hospital Sequence
Georgia O'Keeffe
as Self
Colleen Sheehy
as Self
Cicely Tyson
as Self
Crystal Lisbon
as Anna Weld
Jerry Bock
as Self
Plácido Domingo
as Self
Ray Charles
as Self
Caline Gin
as Callie Chang
Phil Collins
as Self
Irving Blum
as Self
Randy Moffitt
as Self
Stevie Wonder
as Self
Robbie Robertson
as Self
Paul Gambaccini
as Self
Norman Granz
as Self - Impresario and Record Producer
Louise Lasser
as Self
Richard Wilbur
as Self
Raymond Walburn
Tony Goldwyn
as Self
Daniel Pokwinski
as Self
Doc Severinsen
as Self
James Crane
as Self - Extra
Gregory Peck
as Self/Self - Narrator
Kern Kennedy
as Self
Tim Cobb
as Self - Loretta's Designer
Alec Baldwin
as Self
Jonas Mekas
as Self - Filmmaker
Stanley Cortez
as Self
Harrison Ford
as Self
Sanford Meisner
as Self
Barry Humphries
as Self
Liz Smith
as Self
Richard Zoglin
as Self
Jerry Smith
as Self - Piano
Tess Harper
as Self
Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram
as Self
Mark Hirsch
as 19-year-old John Muir
Helen Oakley Dance
as Self
George Chauncey
as Self
Charles Carr
as Self
Kenneth Turan
as Self - Film Critic, Los Angeles Times
Donald Boarman
as Self
Tim Samuelson
as Self
Ted Fetter
as Self
Susie Heller
as Self
Jann Wenner
as Self
Joe Williams
as Self
Frank Venzor
as Self - Ted Williams' Cousin
Johnny Winter
as Self - Contributor
Luther Henderson
as Self
Mira Sorvino
as Self
Cortez McCoy
as Self
Hank Williams III
as Self
Arnaé
as Self
Carrie Fisher
as Self
Nathan Lane
as Self
Ellen Ochoa
as Self
Barbara Warner Howard
as Self - Jack Warner's Daughter
Angie Dickinson
as Self
Sidney Lumet
as Self
Dick Enberg
as Self - Sportscaster
Pamela Wojcik
as Self
Graham Nash
as Self/Singer/Songwriter
Sônia Braga
as Self
Gordon Willis
as Self
Joan Fontaine
as Self
Wade Boggs
as Self - Major League Baseball Player, 1982-1999
Dale Soules
as Mrs. Wainwright
Kim Hunter
as Self/Self - Actress/Stella Kowalski in 'A Streetcar Named Desire'
Angela Lansbury
as Self
Harvey Parry
as Self
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
as Self
James Harvey
as Self
Bob Newhart
as Self
Gary Clark Jr.
as Self
Phil Quartararo
as Self
Ronald Freeman
as Self
Frank Mazzola
as Self
Harry Connick Jr.
as Self
David Bowie
as Self
Swifty Lazar
as Self
Carol Maillard
as Self
Barbara Harris
as Self
Anne Brown
as Self
John Leguizamo
as Self
Steven J. Ross
as Self - Professor of History, University of Southern California
Ray Bolger
as Self - Actor
Richard Alston
as Self/dancer and choreographer
Victor Garber
as Narrator
Peter Riegert
as W. Eugene Smith
Jerry Seinfeld
as Self
Natalie Cole
as Self
Edward Van Halen
as Self
Henry Kissinger
as Self
Robert Penn Warren
as Self (commentary)
Cosimo Matassa
as Self
Joe Simon
as Self
Roger Corman
as Self/Self - Film Director
Jim Webb
as Self - Loretta's Tour Bus Driver
Garth Brooks
as Self
Ruth Nelson
as Self
Lillian Hellman
as Self
Katie Couric
as Self - Narrator
Harry J. Kraut
as Self
Melvin Van Peebles
as Louis Armstrong
Harry Cooper
as Self, senior curator, National Gallery of Art, Washington
Larry Bransford
as Traveler/Wanderer
Colleen Corrigan
as Self - Legislative Consultant for 'The Wild Rockies'
Samuel Allen
as Starving boy
James Shigeta
as Self
Hilton Als
as Self
George Bartenieff
as Danforth/Dr. Adler
Margaret Court
as Self
Albert Hague
as Self
Shirley Jones
as Self
Patricia Morison
as Self
David Mathews
as Self - Contributor
Narvel Felts
as Self
John Mayall
as Self - Contributor
Stewart Stern
as Self
Jack Williams
as Self
Martha Gellhorn
as Self
Lisa Hagenow
as Anne Muir
Margot Kidder
as Self
Richard Avedon
as Self
Maureen Tucker
as Self
Tanya Tucker
as Narrator/Self
Anna Wintour
as Self
Madeleine Albright
as Self
Martin Landau
as Self
Jonathan Schwartz
as Self
Hy Averback
as Self
Lester Bowie
as Self
Samantha Eggar
as Self
Donald Saddler
as Self
Susan Rosowski
as Self
William Howze
as Self
Ralph Richardson
as Self
Irene Halsman
as Self
Cornel West
as Self
Les Paul
as Self
Katrina vanden Heuvel
as Self
Andrew Bergman
as Self
Glen Tetley
as Self - Former Dancer
Dossy Peabody
as Abigail Alcott
Iron Eyes Cody
as Self
Geoffrey Drummond
as Self
Serena Williams
as Self
S. Epatha Merkerson
as Eslanda Robeson/Narrator
Stan Irwin
as Self - Producer
Dennis Stock
as Self
LaTanya Richardson Jackson
as Narrator/Self
Eileen Bowser
as Self - Film Curator
Robert Dowdell
as Minister
Mary Woronov
as Self
Peter Lassally
as Self - Producer
Fran Drescher
as Self
Alan Livingston
as Self
Brooke Shields
as Self
Larry King
as Self
Harry Crosby
as Self
Oskar Eustis
as Self
Benjamin Julia
as Self
Amy Lago
as Self
Audrey Young
as Self
Stephen M. Silverman
as Self
Jonathan Friend
as Self
Charles Stevenson
Guido Roberto Deiro
as Self
Matt Perusse
as 'Swearing' Fruitlander
Eva Marie Saint
as Narrator/Self
Florence Henderson
as Self
Edward James Olmos
as Self
Morgan Freeman
as Narrator/Self - Contributor
Maria Sharapova
as Self
Miles Kreuger
as Self - Film Historian
Nora Guthrie
as Self
Christopher Hitchens
as Self
Annie Clay
as Self - Contributor
Mary Martin
as Self
Maxine Crissman Dempsey
as Self
Hayden Adams
as Hurstwood
Matt Opatrny
as Partygoer
Barbara Walters
as Self
Mark Rothbaum
as Self
Martin Scorsese
as Self/Self - Director
Sidney Kingsley
as Self
George 'Red' Callender
as Self
Lennie Niehaus
as Self - Composer
Tommy Bishop
as Self
Robert Peck
as Self
William Wyler
as Self
Aaron Sachs
as Self - Department of History, Cornell University
Takehisa Kosugi
as Cunningham Company musical/Self
Eleanor Clark
as Self (commentary)
Peter Martins
as Self
Jen Drohan
as Carrie Meeber
Mark H. Dold
as Selden
Paul McCartney
as Self
Judith Jones
as Self
I.M. Pei
as Self
Fielder Cook
as Self - Director
John Huston
as Self
Richard A. Dworsky
as Pianist/Self - Bandleader
Waylon Jennings
as Self
John Burgee
as Self
Nancy Nelson
as Self
Bob Wright
as Self - Chief Exec. Officer NBC
Yoko Ono
as Self
Margaret Leng Tan
as Self - Performer
Artie Shaw
as Bandleader/Self - Musician/Self - Swing Band Leader
Ernest Withers
as Self - Contributor
Edward James Hyland
as Pa Joad
Michael Medeiros
as Uncle John
Elizabeth Holmes
as Self
Ann Blyth
as Self
Maggie Quigley
as Child May Alcott
Brendan Gill
as Self
Megan Marshall
as Self - Emerson College
John Richardson
as Self
Katherine Peregrine
as Sarah Muir
Thomas Vidile
as Self
Doc Cheatham
as Self
Jean Nugent
as Self
Stephen Lang
as Self - Happy
Dweezil Zappa
as Self
Robert L. Mills
as Self
Stephen J. Whitfield
as Self
John Ritter
as Self
Amy de Lucia
as Partygoer
Heywood Hale Broun
as Self - Host
Bruce Langhorne
as Self
Julie Harris
as Self
Jody Adams
as Self
Ilana Kloss
as Self
Reba McEntire
as Self
Marcos Peña
as Self - Marfa resident
Richard Schickel
as Self/Self - 'Time' Critic and Clint Eastwood Biographer
Peter Jennings
as Self
Joe Buck
as Self
Haley Garvin
as Toddler Louisa
William Self
as Self - Former Director of Development, CBS
Tony Randall
as Self
Paul Yandell
as Self
Kay Swift
as Self
Jackson Browne
as Self
Rona Elliot
as Self
Oscar Brand
as Self
Harvey Korman
as Self
John Cale
as Self
Shimon Peres
as Self
Eric Schlosser
as Self
Alfred Stieglitz
as Self
Harold Prince
as Self
Nicholas Pileggi
as Self
Russell Merritt
as Self - Film Historian
David Thomson
as Self/Self - Film Historian
Roy Porter
as Self
Bill Macy
as Self
Chas Chandler
as Self
Ellen Adair
as Lucy Audubon/Teen Anna Alcott
Helen Foley
as Self - Teacher
Susan Sarandon
as Self
Al Jean
as Self - Tonight Show Writer
Rose Marie
as Self
Robert Jolly
as Civil War Doctor
Tracey Ullman
as Self
Fayne Pridgon
as Self - Friend of Jimi Hendrix
Julie Steele
as Self - Jim Steele's Wife
Chris Spedding
as Self
Don Helms
as Self
Loyd Catlett
as Self
Samuel L. Jackson
as Self
Lucinda Bridges
as Self
Joan Acocella
as Self/dance critics
Hugh Hefner
as Self
Daniel Boulud
as Self
Nikki Giovanni
as Self - Writer
Jack N. Green
as Self - Director of Photography
Jean Schulz
as Self
Cheryl Davis
as Self
Fanny Singer
as Self
Nia Wordlaw
as Self
Peter Wollen
as Self
Andy Garcia
as Self
Don Rickles
as Self
Isabel Keating
as Judy Garland
Don Crichton
as Self
Charlotte d'Amboise
as Self
Jack Klugman
as Self - Actor
Ian Bousfield
as Self
Richard Renaldo
as Self
Bucky Pizzarelli
as Self
Alan Brennert
as Self - Writer & Executive Story Consultant, The New Twilight Zone
Josephine Premice
as Self
Joseph Buloff
Juma Sultan
as Self
Connie Stevens
as Self
Gore Vidal
as Self
Buddy Ebsen
as Self - Actor
Peg Cunningham
as Merce's sister-in-law/Self
Madhur Jaffrey
as Self
Suzanne Lloyd Hayes
as Self
Steve Lawrence
as Self
Hillary Clinton
as Self/Self - Former U.S. Secretary of State
Nathaniel Taylor
as Self
Maria Cole
as Self
Jacqueline Najuma Stewart
as Self
Colleen Dewhurst
as Self/Self - Interviewee
Lee Musiker
as Quartet Leader
Sondra Lee
as Self
Alan Bergman
as Self
Jean Simmons
as Narrator/Self
Chris Semtner
as Self - Poe Museum, Richmond VA
Robert I. Mesa
as Al Momaday
Kevin Thomas
as Self
Gerald Marks
as Self
Colette Harron
as Self - Friend of Jimi Hendrix
Alan Alda
as Self
Valerie Ziegenfuss
as Self
Pat Lillie-Whelan
as Self
John Paris
as Self
Edwin Newman
as Narrator
Frances Conroy
Roy Scheider
as Self
Ernest Lehman
as Self
Eugene Redmond
as Self/Self - Professor of English Literature
Eric Kornfeld
as Anesthesiologist: Opening Hospital Sequence
Raul S. Julia
as Self
Milton Wexler
as Self
Arlene Palmer
as Self
Robert Whitehead
as Self
Gwyneth Herbert
as Self
Morley Safer
as Narrator/Self
A. Scott Berg
as Self (narrator/interviewer)
Bill Moyers
as Self
Lou Reed
as Self
Audrey Hepburn
as Self
Alexis Smith
as Self
Judd Hirsch
as Self - Narrator
Roberta J.M. Olson
as Self
Joel Zwick
as Self - Childhood Friend
Robert Sledge
as Self
Jay McShann
as Self
Gene Allen
as Self
Rick Bragg
as Self
Tommy Duncan
as Self - Great Nephew
George Lucas
as Self
Christoph Irmscher
as Self
Mario Cantone
as Self
Bill Steiner
as Self
Woody Allen
as Self
Howard Austen
as Self
Dick LaPalm
as Self
Madeline Lee
as Self
Averell Harriman
as Self
Eugenie Besserer
Robert Greenhut
as Self
Ernest Cossart
Coralie Jr.
as Agent/Self
Drew Carey
as Self
David Chasman
as Self
Eddie Bracken
as Self
Robert Rauschenberg
as Self/artist
Louis Gossett Jr.
as Self - Actor
Ella Fitzgerald
Bill Pullman
as Edward Curtis/Self
Deborah Winer
as Self
Joe Klein
as Self
Enrico Banducci
as Self
Leonard Reed
as Self
Victor Navasky
as Self
Andrew Marriner
as Self
Rob Thomas
as Self - Matchbox Twenty
Jussi Pylkkänen
as Self, auction bidder at Christie's
Hermes Pan
as Self
Benjamin Netanyahu
as Self
Charlotte Rae
as Self
George Jones
as Self
Janis Paige
as Self
Joe Goddu
as Self
Peter Rainer
as Self - Film Critic, Christian Science Monitor
Jerome Kern
BD Wong
as Self
Christopher Walken
as Self
Michael Barrie
as Self - Tonight Show Writer
John Frankenheimer
as Self - Director
Mae Marsh
Gavin Bryars
as Self/composer and musician
Aimee Mullins
as Self
Willie Nelson
as Self
Billy Walker
as Self
Carolyn Franklin
as Self
Phil Ramone
as Self
Archie Shepp
as Self
Freddy Cole
as Self
Jon Paris
as Self
Pat Donahue
as Self - Guitarist
Wayne Shorter
as Self/Musician
Jack Chambers
as Self
Patsy Fulhorst
as Jeanne Carr
Rosanne Cash
as Narrator
David Letterman
as Self
William Bakewell
as Self
Little Jimmy Dickens
as Self
Mikhail Baryshnikov
as Self/dancer
Nat Hentoff
as Self/Self - Writer
Liev Schreiber
as Self - Narrator
Nicole Potter
as Ma Joad
Frank Corsaro
as Self
Samuel Goldwyn Jr.
as Self
José Andrés
as Self
Alicia Keys
as Self
Leila Griffin
as Self
Gloria Pepin
as Self
Maria Tucci
as Self
Kenny Solms
as Self
Jack Costanzo
as Self
Stephan Jenkins
as Self
Greg Mullavey
as Self
Monte Schulz
as Self
Don Was
as Self
Meryl Streep
as Narrator/Self/Self - Actor/Self - Narrator
Margaret Klenck
as Self
David Behrman
as Self/composer and musician
Charlie Parker
as Self
Doris Singleton
as Self
Liam Clancy
as Self
Ross Gibby
as Nick Carraway
James Toney
as Self - Contributor
Ysaye M. Barnwell
as Self
Susan Orlean
as Self - Author of 'Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend'
Philip Johnson
as Self
Abiola Abrams
as Lutie Johnson
Molly Schreiber
as Teen Louisa
Danny Dill
as Self
Melvyn Bragg
as Self
Jeannie Silver
as Self
Harold Clurman
as Self
Farah Griffin
as Self - co-author of 'Clawing at the Limits of Cool: Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and the Greatest Jazz Collaboration Ever'
Tom Manoff
as Music Critic/Self
David Hockney
as Self
Adam Driver
Kate Capshaw
as Self
Christo
as Self
Barbara Fenzl
as Self
Paul Benjamin
as Grandfather
Jill St. John
as Self
Neal Gabler
as Self/Self - Author of 'An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood'
Trevor Kearney
as David Muir
George Stevens Jr.
as Self
Stanley Drucker
as Self
Jerry Mitchell
as Self
Daniel Gerroll
as Bronson Alcott
A'da Alison Woolfolk
as Mattie Lou Trueblood
Stanley Crouch
as Self
Al Schmitt
as Self
Clive Hirschhorn
as Self
Alice Vrbsky
as Self - Maid and Secretary 1957-1959
Benedicte Pesle
as Cunningham's European representative/Self
Annette Insdorf
as Self
Jimmy Iovine
as Self
David Margulies
as Joseph L. Mankiewicz - Director/Writer
Robert Lockwood
as Self - Contributor
Whitney Houston
as Self
Michael Eisner
as Self
Demi Moore
as Self
Walter Cronkite
as Self
Harper Daniel Peck
as Self
Keenan Shimizu
as Ralph Chang
Pete Seeger
as Self
William Styron
as Self
Linda Gordon
as Self
Andrew Weems
as Reverend Hale
Stockard Channing
as Narrator
Carole Bayer Sager
as Self - Singer & Songwriter
Nora Ephron
as Self
Fayard Nicholas
as Self
Laura Shapiro
as Self
Isaac Hayes
as Self
Betsy Drake
as Self
Christopher Rothko
as Self, author of 'Mark Rothko: From the Inside Out'
Amy Irving
as Novels
Trixi Linick
as Self - Michael Jeffery Management
Cheech Marin
Margaret Tallichet
as Self
Devyn Puett
as Virginia Poe
Sterling Morrison
as Self
Remy Charlip
as Self/dancer with Cunningham Company
Fareed Zakaria
as Self
Merel Poloway
as Self
Michael Tilson Thomas
as Self
Don Peck
as Self
Joan Baez
as Self
Richard D. Zanuck
as Self
Ray Brown Jr.
as Self
Jearlyn Steele
as Self - Singer
Bill Cosby
as Self
Elizabeth Partridge
as Self
Edna Ferber
Graham Kaye
as Self - Talent Coordinator
Cynthia Adler
as Narrator
Peggy Cartwright
as Self
John Rubinstein
as Host
Marty Stuart
as Self
Meagan Good
as Self
Tyler Anne Solum
as Helen Muir
Jimmy Maxwell
as Self
Gay Talese
as Self
Christopher Flockton
as Garth Williams
Maureen Dowd
as Self
Paul Nelson
as Self
Roy Seawright
as Self
Herbert Muschamp
as Self
Gary Van Scyoc
as Self - Bass Guitar
Tom Rush
as Self/Singer/Songwriter
Tim Naftali
as Self
Keith Carradine
as Narrator
Benjie Lasseau
as Self
Peter N. Peregrine
as Daniel Muir
Justin Hagan
as Angry young man
Turhan Bey
as Self
Terry Gibbs
as Self
Jane Novak
as Self - Actress
Christina Clausen Gardner
as Self
Jackie Cooper
as Self - Actor
Sophie Hayden
as Lucy Audubon
Mandy Barnett
as Self
David Harris
as Self
Lily Tomlin
as Self
Jim Ladd
as Self - Radio DJ
Billy Gibbons
as Self
Celeste Holm
as Self
David Halberstam
as Self
Volker Schlöndorff
as Self - The Director
Murray Louis
as Self
Greil Marcus
as Self
John Meredith
as Self - Friend of Harold Lloyd
Lena Waithe
as Self
Edward Wagenknecht
as Self
Andrew Young
as Self
Sheryl Crow
as Self
Jerome McGann
as Self - University of Virginia
Juliette Gréco
as Self
Johnny Frigo
as Self
Jason Ma
as Grover Ding
Roger Angell
as Self - Writer
Rosie O'Donnell
as Self
Michael Wright
as Self
Peter Sutton
as Self - Williams Family Lawyer
Erin Hill
as Rose of Sharon
Rudy Behlmer
as Self - Film Historian
David Lynch
as Self
James L. Brooks
as Self
Ray Price
as Self
Kate Burton
as Self/Voice of Novels
Vilmos Zsigmond
as Self
Fritz Weaver
as Narrator
Marcia Gay Harden
as Willa Cather
Dave Hickey
as Self
Mort Lindsey
as Orchestrator/Self - Conductor
Timothy Leary
as Self
Charles Scorsese
as Self
Darren Pettie
as Reverend Parris
Jenna Elfman
as Self
Keith Altham
as Self - Jimi Hendrix's UK Publicist
Ben Schnetzer
as Self - Staged Readings
Amy Brenneman
as Self
Oprah Winfrey
as Self
Halley Wegryn Gross
as Betty Parris
Joe Smith
as Self - President, Warner Bros. Records
Caroline Clay
as Tituba
Jim Maxwell
Michael Bransford
as Traveler/Wanderer
Marcella Rabwin
as Self
Polly Walker
as Self - Contributor
Dave Brubeck
as Self
Everett Raymond Kinstler
as Self
Lisa Kirk
as Self
David Vaughan
as Cunningham archivist and biographer/Self
Allen Ginsberg
as Self
Bill Clinton
as Self - 42nd U.S. President/Self - President of the Uniteed States
Adam Ippolito
as Self - Keyboards
Sherry Goffin Kondor
as Self - Daughter
Tommy Hilfiger
as Self
Tobias Wolff
as Self
Robin Hughes
David Mas Masumoto
as Self
Malachy Cleary
as Tommy Wilhelm
Nathaniel Crosby
as Self
John Thorn
as Self - Baseball Historian
Saul Chaplin
as Self
George Clooney
as Self
Frank Gehry
as Self
Big Bill Lister
as Self
Malcolm Yelvington
as Self - Sun Artist
Linda Hunt
as Self - Narrator
Jack Paar
as Self
Gary Stevens
as Self
Kojo Nnamdi
as Self
Alan King
as Self/Self - Actor
Jasper White
as Self
T Bone Burnett
as Self
Mary Ellen Mark
as Self
Ralph Grierson
as Self
Vivian Gornick
as Self
Joe Dibuono
as Self - Studio Carpenter
Trisha Yearwood
as Self
Arvell Shaw
as Self
Jeff Sotzing
as Self - Producer
Earl Holliman
as Self - Actor
Anderson Cooper
as Self
Paul Freedman
as Self
Irving Azoff
as Self
Susan Boehm
as Self
Val Bettin
as John Latrobe
Mario Van Peebles
Floria Lasky
as Self
Tony Kushner
as Self
Hal Whack
as Reenactment Actor
Halle Berry
as Self
Marc Forgione
as Self
Gina Barreca
as Self
Travis Egnor
as Self
Claire Bloom
as Narrator/Self
Bruce Springsteen
as Self
Martin Ritt
as Self
Betty Buckley
as Self - Host
Alyssa Bresnahan
as Elizabeth Proctor
Sara Betty Lou Henson
as Self - Contributor
Mel Brooks
as Self
Paul Simon
as Self
Dianne Wiest
as Self
Carol Cole
as Self
Jeremy Northam
as Narrator
Ronald Protas
as Self - Dancer
Erin Davis
as Self
Marshall Brickman
as Self
Barry Diller
as Self
Bob Roney
as Traveler/Wanderer
Walter Matthau
as Narrator/Self
Penn Jillette
as Self
Bob West
as Factory Worker
Janice Pendarvis
as Narrator
Nellie Battipaglia
as Self - Extra
Van Johnson
as Self
Hildegarde
as Self
Bernie Glassman
as Self
Lee Grant
as Self/Narrator/Self - Narrator
Harry Goodman
as Self
Claudia Roth Pierpont
as Self
David A. Stewart
as Self
Patrick Wayne
as Self
Pat Boone
as Self
Louise Robinson
as Self
William Hurt
as Narrator
John Amos
as Dr. Bledsoe/Self
Dan Ford
as Self
Katharine Weber
as Self
Martin Duberman
as Self
Stephen Tenenbaum
as Self
Elliott Novak
as Self - Former Student
William Friedkin
as Self
Katherine Harber
as Nurse: Opening Hospital Sequence
Patrick McGilligan
as Self
Ron Howard
as Self
Matthew Allis
as Carl Sandburg
Philip Roth
as Self
Wynton Marsalis
as Self
Del Reisman
as Self - Story Editor, Playhouse 90 & The Twilight Zone
Barbara Cook
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William Souder
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Tucker Fleming
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I.A.L. Diamond
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Rita Marley
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Heidi Schooler
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Angel Gil Orrios
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Marshall Alexander
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Philip Rose
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Jack Nicholson
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Sydney Pollack
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John Cusack
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Walter Kerr
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Live
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Earnest Palmer
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Wyclef Jean
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Milton Roberts
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Forest Whitaker
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Peter Guralnick
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Bob Hendrix
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Alexander Bernstein
George Abbott
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Bill McKinney
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Ang Lee
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Loring Mandel
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Joyce Holden
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Robert Lewis
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Edward Albee
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Barack Obama
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Amy Greene-Andrews
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Deborah Jowitt
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Walter Carter
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Dylan McDermott
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Humphrey Burton
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Don Martin
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Alison Arngrim
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Lionel Rosenblatt
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Gary Giddins
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Michael Gruskoff
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Rita Moreno
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Robert Duvall
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Alfred Molina
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Serena Atwater
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Robert Parrish
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Violette Verdy
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Ben Bradlee Jr.
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Chris Darrow
Chris Noth
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Tina France
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Joan Chen
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Jamil A.C. Mangan
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Peter O'Brien
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Karl Malden
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Jean Howard
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Scott Simon
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Wolfgang Puck
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David Frost
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Ed Byrnes
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John Singleton
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Roy Haynes
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Clifton Davis
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Douglas McGrath
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Betty Houchin Winfield
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Ann Miller
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Fred Silverman
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Vincent Bessières
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Steve Hu
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Tom Hayden
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Joe Dallesandro
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Peggy Robertson
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Jean-Pierre Frohlich
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Sue King Evans
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Andrew L. Stone
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Alwin Nikolais
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Richard Adler
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Ruby Dee
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Rene Auberjonois
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Jane Alexander
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Steve Wozniak
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Hilary Hallett
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Ginni Rometty
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Norma Miller
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Neil Young
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Lou Adler
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Jimmy Heath
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Don Gordon
as Self - Actor
Richard Carpenter
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Dan Rather
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Jay Leonhart
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Carol Burnett
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Mark Knopfler
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Wendy Barrie-Wilson
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Jon Hamm
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Ken Cheeseman
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Richard Kind
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Suzanne Farrell
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Joseph Randy Dennis
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Harry Edison
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Andy Stein
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Hal Gurnee
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Frank Langella
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Harry Carey Jr.
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Mel Watkins
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Isamu Noguchi
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Robert Loomis
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Jules Feiffer
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Dean Fuller
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Lisa Roy
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Laurence Olivier
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Diane Sawyer
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Rick Sharp
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Kate Reid
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Clive Barnes
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Arnie Kinsella
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Virginia Mayo
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Gary Crosby
Alan Landsburg
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Twyla Tharp
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Guy Logsdon
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Ashley Kahn
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Jo Gelbard
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Carole King
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Sono Osato
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Steve Allen
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Joe Muranyi
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Terence Stamp
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Richard Giannone
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Patrick Quinn
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Tom Colicchio
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Sidney Luft
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Burton Lane
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Harold Leventhal
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Maurice Shrog
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Bob Cannard
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John Carter Cash
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Eric Lax
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Jerry Hadley
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Miriam Makeba
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Rick Ludwin
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Robert Hinkle
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Peter Falk
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Rachel Breck
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Sonny Burgess
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Jay Krueger
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John Cox
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Corby Kummer
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Ibrahim Ferrer
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Juliano Niccolini
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Jane Rhodes
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Joe Hyams
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Jacques C. Smith
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Tom Keith
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Rahm Emanuel
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Thomas G. Schatz
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Marceline Hugot
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Rilla Askew
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Bobby Short
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Dyanna Taylor
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Charles McGovern
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Danny Di Franco
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Frances Metzger
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Mike Dann
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Ricardo Montalban
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Bobby Byrd
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William F. Buckley
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Kris Kristofferson
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Leon Russell
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Joan Morris
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Danny Meyer
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Lena Horne
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Cesar Romero
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Roderick Mann
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Candice Bergen
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Barry Reardon
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Lewis Fitzgerald
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J. Gerald Kennedy
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B.B. King
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Gloria Calderon Kellett
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Sioux Madden
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Clyde Otis
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David Klune
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Danny Glover
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Cyrus Newitt
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Carl Lumbly
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Nancy Olson
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Terry Gilliam
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Frank Fay
David Mamet
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Alva Lyons
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Alexandria King
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Tom Brokaw
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John Lahr
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Ruth Wood
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Jack Douglas
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Olivia Wilde
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Robert Harron
Laurie Anderson
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Susan Hendl
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Laurence Leamer
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Maya Angelou
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Richard Donner
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Howard K. Smith
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Norman Mailer
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Stephen Peck
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Colin Escott
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Jay Leno
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Fred Ball
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Juliet Taylor
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James Mtume
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Kathryn Grant
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Frank Page
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Greg Tate
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Bonnie Gisel
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Michael Wager
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Fred Newman
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Virginia Gumm
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Billy Wilder
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Pia Kazan
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Ray Bradbury
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Alan F. Horn
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Rondal Partridge
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Paul Jarrico
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Roy Holmes
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Erin Brockovich-Ellis
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John Corigliano
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William Asher
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Tom Pauly
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Margaret Hall
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Ray Romano
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Lawrence Kasdan
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Venus Williams
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Santo Loquasto
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Jeremiah Kissel
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Kevin Starr
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Daniel Mark Epstein
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Robin Wiley
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Christina Aguilera
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Ed Sanders
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Helen Ward
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Frank Converse
Terry Semel
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Jeff Beck
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Gordon Parks
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Kevin Kline
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Arthur Penn
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B.J. Rolfzen
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Arthur Hohl
Gloria Steinem
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Russ Paul
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Fred Weintraub
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A.C. Lyles
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Thelma White
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Marianna Bassham
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Levi Cover
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Lenny White
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Austin Pendleton
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Arnold Newman
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Carolyn Hester
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Dick Kangas
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Toshi Reagon
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Paul Lewis
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Merle Haggard
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Bert Granet
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James Henke
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Nelson George
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Norman Lloyd
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Mickey Rooney
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Emmy Rose Lynn
as Self - Patsy's Daughter
Richard Lewis
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Christopher Bigsby
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Graydon Carter
as Self
Timuel Black
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Frank Robertson Jr.
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Dabney Coleman
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Sol Frieder
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Whoopi Goldberg
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Kay Starr
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Tino
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Gavin Lambert
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Richard Brown
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Edward Kowalczyk
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James Leo Herlihy
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Janet Maslin
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Mavis Staples
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Ole Olsen
George Morfogen
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Chuck D
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Edward Seckerson
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Dan Morgenstern
as Self
Peter Haydu
as Charles Lane
Garrison Keillor
as Self - Humorist/Singer
John Logan
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Tom Hambridge
as Self - Buddy's Music Producer
Malka Marom
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Robert White
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John Guare
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Loretta Mears
as Cunningham's chiropractor/Self
Gray Sargent
as Quartet
Lyn Collins
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Jimmy Page
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Larry Shaw
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Terry Johnson
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Benson Fong
Danny Goldberg
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Richard Kiley
as Self - Actor
Bill C. Malone
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Jim Kaat
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Harold Goodwin
The Lady Bunny
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John Hart
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Alfred Kazin
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Dick Flavin
as Self - Poet Laureate, Boston Red Sox
Beau Bridges
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Zucchero
as Self - Italian Recording Star
Mary Jennings
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John Milius
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Braxton Schuffert
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William Giraldi
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Mary Doran
Anthony Bourdain
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Ahmet Ertegun
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Rebecca Davis
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Lycretia Williams
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Stacy Keach
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Martin Luther King Jr.
Chan Parker
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Joseph Urgo
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Anna Finklestein
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Elia Kazan
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Tony Bennett
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Paul Keyes
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Robert De Niro
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W.S. Holland
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Jimmy Longhi
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Edwin Gillette
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Robin Williams
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Johnny Hallyday
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José Ferrer
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Dionne Warwick
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Nancy Pelosi
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Gwen Verdon
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Veronique Peck
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Sally Demay
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Paul Winfield
Robert J. Serling
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Susan Stroman
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William R. Swagerty
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Julieanna Richardson
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Kathy Cronkite
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Robert Lauder
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Anthony Glover
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David Denby
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Betsey Johnson
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Scarlett Johansson
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Del Armstrong
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Richard 'Dickie' Davis
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LaVerne Toney
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Francis Oglesby
as Self - Cousin
Elliot Roberts
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Toni Morrison
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J.M. Van Eaton
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James Brown
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Cher
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Roy Stewart
Larry Riggs
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Francis Catheart
Johnny Bragg
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Clent Holmes
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Becky Jenkins
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Ishmael Reed
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Quincy Troupe
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Steve Martin
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Walt McNeil
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Peggy Lynn
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Sandra Phillips
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Ahmet Ertegün
Jerry Leider
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Emily Sarah Stikeman
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Cynthia Griffin-Wolff
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Eve Arnold
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Bob Costas
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John Schlesinger
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Isaac Stern
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Leland Sklar
Eugene Izotov
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Todd Bridges
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Benicio Del Toro
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Graeme Malcolm
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Peter Franzén
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Sally Struthers
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Fay Kanin
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Fred W. Friendly
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Scott Cooper
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Charley Pride
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Claude King
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Bob Hope
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Cliff Robertson
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Edith Shaw Marcus
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Vince Wilburn Jr.
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Benny Goodman
Ben Folds Five
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Margo Jefferson
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Robert Sella
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Joan Allen
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Alfre Woodard
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Rona Barrett
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Mardik Martin
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John Cohen
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Fred Rosenmerkel
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Karla Mason
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Denis O'Hare
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Oscar Peterson
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Jeremy Maleek Leggett
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Arsenio Hall
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José Angel Santana
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Gypsy Rose Lee
Al Kooper
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Brian Turpen
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Oliver Platt
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Keira Knightley
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René Urtreger
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Douglas Fowley
Ring Lardner Jr.
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Carrie Rickey
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Mary Steenburgen
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Irwin Winkler
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Owen Wilson
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Tom Shales
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Joe Bihari
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Omara Portuondo
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Naomi Watts
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Robin Le Mesurier
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Anne Serling
as Self - Daughter of Rod Serling
Lyle Waggoner
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Demarcus Gillespie
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Robert A. Daly
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Joe Urla
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Suze Rotolo
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Stephen Bourne
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Steven Spielberg
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Jack Lemmon
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Ethan Mordden
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Gerald Haslam
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Jason Robards
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Goran Visnjic
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Rob Dillon
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Bruce Crawford
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Kenny Ortega
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Sara Netanyahu
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Donna Wold
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Joel Fabiani
Patrick Foley
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Danny Bank
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Anthony DeCurtis
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Warren Beatty
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Bob Dylan
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Warren Lieberfarb
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Ann Christy
Daniel Greene
Peggy Lipton
Lorne Michaels
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Bonnie Raitt
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Jascha Heifetz
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Stina Nielsen
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Steven Weber
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Cyd Charisse
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Christopher Stamp
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Gerrie Griffith Richard
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Jerome Hellman
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Jeffrey Meyers
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Tim Malachosky
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Josh Brolin
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Molly Haskell
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Daniel J. Boorstin
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Marc Connelly
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Frank Rich
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Jim Steele
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Jerry Lamb
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Joshua Redman
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Michael Fitzgerald
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Richard Matheson
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Aretha Franklin
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Larry Klein
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Robert Plant
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Saul David
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Carol Lawrence
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Clive Davis
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Marva Whitney
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Patricia McBride
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Peter Lewis
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Douglas Kirkland
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Richard Corliss
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Anthony Peck
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Marla Gibbs
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Dan Aykroyd
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Joe Walsh
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Joanne Freeman
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Hank Williams Jr.
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Carl Reiner
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Robert Nichols
Kitty Carlisle
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Harry Lee Poe
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Earle Brown
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Robert Christgau
Al Hirschfeld
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Tony Lo Bianco
Sig Mickelson
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Tim Robbins
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Keith Richards
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Pee Wee Moultrie
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Zach Dundas
as Self - Author, The Great Detective
Walter Mosley
as Self - Writer
John Heard
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Debbie Reynolds
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Paul Block
as Self - Talent Coordinator
Carlos Santana
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Eric Clapton
as Self/Self - Contributor
Dustin Hoffman
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Gene Phillips
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Adolph Green
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Dorothy Reiter
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Caroline Wozniacki
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Steve Centola
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Charlie Walker
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John Gibbons
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Jeff Place
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Tsai Chin
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Frances Taylor
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Thomas Doherty
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Judy Kreston
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Jennifer Tipton
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Mary Crosby
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Roy Silver
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Charlotte Chandler
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Sean Penn
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Peter Hassrick
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Geraldine Fitzgerald
Ellen Burstyn
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Monte Hale
Pat Carroll
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Zack Peck
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Ming-Na Wen
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Mary Ford
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LaDonna Harris
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Marilyn Bergman
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August Wilson
Kenneth Silverman
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Maria Shriver
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Roger McGuinn
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Donna De Salvo
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John Hammond
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Loretta Lynn
as Self
Lady Kendal Isaacs
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Bill Zehme
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Harper Simon
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Dina Eastwood
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Rip Torn
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as Self - Professor of Film Studies, Ithaca College
Jan Goggans
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Ty Jones
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Richard Rhodes
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Kid Rock
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Bruce Guenther
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Izzy Young
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Irving Caesar
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Dunkin Campbell
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Clair Brown
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Christopher Ricks
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Amari Davis
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Chris Griffin
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Buddy Van Horn
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Milt Hinton
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Ken Welch
as Self
Lum York
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Joel Cox
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Elizabeth Ashley
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Bert Lahr
Denzel Washington
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Ed Fry
as Mr. Chandler
Albert Warner
Merle Kilgore
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Leon Constantiner
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Russ Kunkel
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Jim Klurfeld
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Linda Keith
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Joanna Gewertz Harris
Martin Manulis
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Nitanju Bolade Casel
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Carl Ballantine
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Anjelica Huston
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Brennan Kearney
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Jon Wiener
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John Fogerty
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Charlie Dick
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Perry Cross
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Chita Rivera
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Gene Norman
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Betsy Blair
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Cynthia Weil
as Self - Songwriter
Joey Faye
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Naomi Pomeroy
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Third Eye Blind
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Bob Santelli
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Buddy Guy
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Ron Rifkin
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Bertrand Tavernier
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Peter Asher
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John Underwood
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Ken Kesey
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Lamont Johnson
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Phil Stern
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Martin Mull
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Kathleen Turner
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Kira Florita
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William T. Orr
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Aisha Kahlil
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Joseph Stein
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Robert K. Oermann
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Frank Oz
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Little Richard
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Richard Crenna
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Dave Alvin
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Jack Spoons
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Dr. John
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André 3000
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Roddy McDowall
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Pippa Scott
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Henderson Payne
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Leo Braudy
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Richard Hottelet
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Mick Jagger
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Geraldine Guo
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Lyor Cohen
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Andy Newmark
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Ernest Ray Lynn
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Rosemary Clooney
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Walter Bernstein
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Julie Kavner
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Frank Morgan
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Jon Cryer
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Ralph Lauren
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Bud Yorkin
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Timolin Cole
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Richard Steven Street
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George Schlatter
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Lee Strasberg
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Amy Robinson
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Pearl Lang
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Campbell Scott
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Ronald Neame
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Joseph Wershba
as Self
Dan Gingold
as Self - Stage Mgr. Carson's Cellar
Ben Vereen
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Ronnie Pugh
as Self
Ida Winsberg
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Jason Fine
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Charles Arnoldi
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Mary Kay Place
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Neil Simon
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Edie Adams
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Sarah Vaughan
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Claudia Williams
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Michael Lang
as Self - Festival Promoter
Bob Cutarella
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Penélope Cruz
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Edward Jablonski
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George Wein
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Nicole Lowrance
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Brad Gooch
as Self
Michael Eaddy
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Michael Murphy
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Philip Glass
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Sean Wilentz
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Eartha Kitt
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Bill Anderson
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Ben Folds
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Leif-Erik Nygårds
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Bernard W. Burton
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Sky Rumph
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Valerie Simpson
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John Mack
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Martha Stewart
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Vernon Hartung
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Isaac Bashevis Singer
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Hugh Downs
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Jimmy Cobb
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Calvin Tomkins
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Margot Taylor-Fanger
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Gail Parent
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Michelle Phillips
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David Leeming
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Bob Marley
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Orville Turnquest
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Jeff Young
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Gene Hackman
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Robert Redford
as Self
Billy Lee Riley
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James Levine
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Paul Rodgers
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Esther Rolle
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David Strathairn
as Narrator
Christopher Randolph
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Trevor Nunn
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Teresa Wright
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Rob Reiner
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Carl Perkins
Bill Carter
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Bob Johnston
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Paul Portelli
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Lionel Stander
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Dennis Elsas
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Paul Newman
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Gary Raynor
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Stanley Kramer
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Donald Sutherland
as Self - Actor
Jill Corey
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Toby Friedlander
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Zubin Mehta
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Martha Graham
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Bernice Johnson Reagon
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Cathy Whims
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Carroll Baker
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Joseph Butler
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Chris Welch
as Self - Music Journalist
Dick Cavett
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James Maher
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Dita Von Teese
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Jerry Colonna
Alf Goulding Jr.
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Nelson Riddle
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Rufus Thomas
as Self - Sun Artist
Robert E. Kapsis
as Self
Richard Willard Jr.
as Tlingit Guide
Thomas Quinn Curtiss
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Stella Adler
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Jett Williams
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Norman Rosenthal
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Harry Sullivan
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Russell Warner
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Iola Brubeck
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Bob Carroll Jr.
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Merce Cunningham
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Scott Peeples
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Jeff Koons
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Shirley Childress Saxton
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Norman Lear
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John Marin
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Violet Carlson
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Michael Pollan
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Rosie Casals
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Henry Juszkiewicz
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Matt Vogel
as Kermit the Frog
Christopher Lee
as Self
Beno Chapman
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Mickey Jones
as Self
Václav Havel
as Self
Mark Morris
as Self
Herbie Hancock
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Scotty Moore
as Self - Elvis Presley's Guitarist
N. Scott Momaday
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Max Morath
as Self
Thurston Moore
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Orson Bean
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Andie Tucher
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George Gruhn
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Franz Grundheber
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John Goldwyn
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Jools Holland
as Self - Squeeze
Seiji Ozawa
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Chip Cronkite
as Self
Phyllis Welch
as Self
Jodi Serling
as Self - Daughter of Rod Serling
Carolyn Brown
as Self/dancer for Cunningham Company
Charles Evers
as Self - Contributor
Michael Feinstein
as Self
Thomas Doll
as Self - Caretaker
Chris Sarandon
as Self - Staged Readings
Gerald Freedman
as Self
Andre Braugher
as Narrator
Dick W. Ryon
as Ralph Waldo Emerson
Hal Williams
as Self
Art Garfunkel
as Self
Adriana Trigiani
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Richard Slotkin
as Self - Author 'Gunfighter Nation'
Eddie Lane
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Katharine Hepburn
as Self
Ron Nakahara
as Old Chao
Kathleen Marshall
as Self
Kevin Spacey
as Narrator
Barry Levinson
as Self
David Fricke
as Self/Self - Rolling Stone Magazine
Bob Geldof
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John W. Bubbles
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David Brinkley
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Benjamin Cawthra
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Margaret Barker
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Norman Steinberg
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Mark Spoelstra
as Self
Henry Diltz
Don Hewitt
as Self
Julia Roberts
as Self
Robert Benchley
Billy Cox
as Self - Friend of Jimi Hendrix
Al Sharpton
as Self
Quincy Jones
as Self/Composer/Self - Musician/Self - Producer
James Stewart
as Self
Dick Martin
as Self
Meredith Monk
as Self/composer and musician
Kelly Overton
as Partygoer
Marilynne Robinson
as Self - Novelist
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Larry David
as Self
Russell Morash
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Carey Paul Peck
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Lawrence Christon
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Marguerite Cantú
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Michael Ovitz
as Self
Tammy L. Kernodle
as Self
JD Souther
Tim Russell
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Michelle Joyner
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Emanuel Martin
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Vivian Matalon
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Lyndon B. Johnson
Mercedes Ruehl
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Kate Rothko Prizel
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Sheldon Harnick
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Dick Fenderson
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Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
as Self
George Clayton Johnson
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as Director/Self/Self - Actor
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Todd McCarthy
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Dizzy Gillespie
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Glenn Frey
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Reginald Petty
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Valerie Bertinelli
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Clive Gillinson
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Henry Kolker
Jeffrey DeMunn
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James Taylor
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Will Eastman
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Barbra Streisand
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Tony Roberts
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David Michaelis
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Suzanne Vega
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Earl Slick
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Jacques Pepin
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Wayne Wang
as Self
Margalo Gillmore
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Zora Neale Hurston
Joni Mitchell
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Robert Towne
as Self
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
as Themselves
June Allyson
as Self - Actor
Dorothy McGuire
as Self
Ray Harris
as Self - Sun Artist
Michael Philip
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Ted Ross
as Narrator
Emily Nussbaum
as Self
Barrett Deems
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Daniel Roberts
as Self/dancer and apprentice for Understudy Group
Kim Cattrall
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Zoe Caldwell
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Andrew V. McLaglen
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Layla Claire
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Kathy Najimy
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Tom Hulce
Bernie Wagenblast
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Morey Amsterdam
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Mark Rydell
as Self
Helen Mirren
as Self - Narrator
Corey Goerhing
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Bill Buel
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Shawn Randall
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Lauren Bacall
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Sarah Chang
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Susan Baker
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Joseph Campbell
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Patricia Nelson Limerick
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Bruce Willis
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Bess Hawes
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Constance Cummings
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Peter Taylor
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Roy Cicala
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R.W. Apple Jr.
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Joe Pesci
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Joan Bickelhaupt
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Hal Roach
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Jimmy Smits
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Peter Sellars
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Anne Jackson
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Fred Goodman
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Tommy Lee Jones
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Steve Earle
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Mabel Schirmer
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Tony Martin
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Derek Trucks
as Self - Contributor
Elvis Mitchell
as Self
Yolande Bavan
as Self - Actress and Singer
Cy Coleman
as Self
Artis Wodehouse
as Self
Stanley Tucci
as Narrator/Self - Narrator/Walter Winchell
Harris Yulin
as Narrator/Self
Vincent Price
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Paul Greenstein
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Bob Merlis
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Meta Shaw Stevens
David Weiman
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Leslie Caron
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Adrienne Barbeau
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Martha Tilton
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Yankton Hatten
Jasper Johns
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Ossie Davis
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Dexter Gordon
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Bill Irwin
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Russell Simmons
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R.D. Norred
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Norman Taurog
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Joanne Woodward
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Raynor Scheine
as Starving man
George Benson
as Self - Contributor
Ed Cray
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Dolly Parton
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Matchbox Twenty
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John Calley
as Self - Interviewee
Melissa Gilbert
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Jack Rollins
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Leonard Leff
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Richard Correll
as Self - Film Director
Lewis D. Wheeler
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Linus Maurer
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Gene Kelly
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Sam Phillips
as Self - Founder, Sun Records
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Afrika Bambaataa
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Eddie Kramer
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Billy Joel
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Walter Trout
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Horace V. Rogers
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Ella Foshay
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Lynn Cullen
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Jennifer Salt
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Howling Diablos
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Chad Smith
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Mark Ruffalo
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Johnny Mathis
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Philip Furia
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Julianna Margulies
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Sandy Sturges
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Mary Gordon
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Ronnie Lott
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James Hong
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Shonda Rhimes
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Dean Butler
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Chris Evert
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Valerie Jarrett
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Jacques d'Amboise
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Arnold Saint Subber
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Joe Glaser
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Danny Kortchmar
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Richard Markham
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Beth Genne
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John Mauceri
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Blythe Danner
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Lois Smith
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Chuck Caruso
as Self - Author and Poe Scholar
Mike Wallace
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Robert Downey Jr.
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Tommy Chong
Frances Ramsden
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James Garner
as Self/Self - Actor
Eudora Welty
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Nora Michaels
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Daniel Voll
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George Letness
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Farley Granger
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Marion Cunningham
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Julian Schlossberg
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Dena Kaye
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Lamar Fike
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Cecilia DeMille Presley
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Cheryl Crawford
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Jack Fisher
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Alice Walker
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Dani Crayne
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Holly Near
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Tim O'Brien
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Ted Allen
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Molly Picon
Carol Mancusi-Ungaro
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Gary Snyder
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Andrew Lloyd Webber
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Bill Szymczyk
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Guy Johnson
as Self - Maya Angelou's Son
Alan Gehret
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Leonard Bernstein
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Sonya Hensley
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Andrew Rooney
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Harry Carey
Marcos Zurinaga
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Peggy Elliott
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Sally Sommer
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Alice Windom
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Eli Wallach
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Louise Meriwether
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Susan Douglas
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Margaret Cho
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Alfred Drake
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Howard Weamer
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Daniela Piazza
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Ron Shelton
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Ursula Britton
Bertram Ross
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Reed Birney
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Paul Morrissey
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Roy Blount Jr.
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Tony Maggio
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David Steinberg
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Esa-Pekka Salonen
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John Goodman
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Jess Stacy
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Mary Badham
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Robert Trachtenberg
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Joe DiMaggio
Madeleine Sherwood
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Claudia McMahon
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Paul Caruso
as Self - Friend of Jimi Hendrix
Laura Diane Kuhn
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Felton Pruett
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Catherine Albanese
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Mary Cleere Haran
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Stan Kenton
Joe Frazier
John Cage
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Rose Tobias Shaw
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Jerome Day
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Lionel Hampton
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John Henry Cox
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Clarke Peters
as Self - Narrator
Victoria Chin
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Lane Bradbury
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Harold Jones
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Jack Clement
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Juanita Hall
Scott Eyman
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Richard Davalos
Mildred Friedman
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Rosalind Cummings-Yeates
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William Bast
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Jason Schwartzman
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Toni Stern
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Joy Rabin
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Joan Givner
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D.A. Pennebaker
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Soon-Yi Previn
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Clint Eastwood
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Bob Shurley
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Jimmie Walker
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Cloris Leachman
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Arthur Miller
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Linda Hope
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Yvonne Smith
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Francis Ford Coppola
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Jonathan Waxman
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Jill Watts
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Tom Mesmer
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Signe Hasso
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Don Henley
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Cybill Shepherd
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Craig Tennis
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Tim Conway
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Mary Davenport
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Gillian Welch
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Sebastian Roché
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Marc Scott Zicree
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Leonora Hornblow
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Ann Bramson
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Andrew Sarris
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Edward Ruscha
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Mort Sahl
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Ned Beatty
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Anne Whiston Spirn
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Mick Taylor
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Esai Morales
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Betty Comden
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Billie Jean King
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William S. Burroughs
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Leonard Feather
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Bob Mackie
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Stanley Burnside
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Natasha Lyonne
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Martin Bell
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Common
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Hugh Martin
as Self - Songwriter
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Barbara Horgan
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Joe Bonamassa
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Neville Chesters
as Self - The Jimi Hendrix Experience's Road Crew in 1968
Chic Johnson
Michael Goldstein
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Barbara Hershey
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Fred Wesley
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Rosita Worl
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Matthew Gale
as Self, head of displays at Tate Modern
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Gus Solomons Jr.
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Greg Higgins
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Zilner T. Randolph
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David Byrne
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Bud Freeman
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Melissa Friedman
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Tony Mordente
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Michael Dempsey
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Milton Gabler
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Greer Garson
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Ron Paul
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Itzhak Perlman
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Sue Jin Song
as Helen Chang
Robin Speer
as Traveler/Wanderer
Nancy Gray
as Self
Dennis Hopper
as Self/Narrator
F.X. Feeney
as Self
Robert Osborne
as Self
Tayla Lynn
as Self - Ernest Ray's Daughter
Hal Lamson
as Self
Bono
as Self - Contributor
Willie McCovey
as Self - Major League Baseball Player, 1959-1980
Steve Reich
as Self
Wendy Williams
as Self
Johnny Evans
as Self
Jack Davis
as Self - Brother-in-Law
Paul Vrakas
as Self
Maria Muldaur
as Self
Virgil Thomson
as Self
Raymond Siller
as Self - Tonight Show Writer
Ed Shaughnessy
as Self - Tonight Show Drummer
Miranda Lambert
as Self
Donald Worster
as Self - Hall Professor of American History, University of Kansas
James Naughton
as Ernest Hemingway/Self
Daniel Dixon
as Self
George Zimbel
as Self
Robert Gottlieb
as Self
Robert Wheaton
as Self
Terry Southern
Eric Christmas
as Old Man
Billy Jackson
as Self
Harry James
Steve Winwood
as Self
Karen Allen
as Self
Rosie Perez
as Self
Maureen Stapleton
as Self
David Henry Hwang
as Self
Sara Blakely
as Self
Sylvia Sidney
as Self
Tony Mares
as Self
I. A. L. Diamond
Grover Dale
as Self
Bernice Turner
as Self
Demond Wilson
as Self
Julien Lasseur
as Traveler/Wanderer
Keaton Nigel Cooke
as Young Norman
Johnny Cash
as Self
Sammy White
Carla Pinza
as Self
Pam Grier
as Self
James Earl Jones
as Self/Self - Actor
Ruth Capps
as Self
D. A. Pennebaker
Morton Gould
as Self
John Malkovich
as Biff/Self
Frances Sternhagen
as Self
Nina Bernstein
as Self
Helen Hayes
as Self
Jack LeMaire
as Self
Carmen McRae
as Self - Jazz Singer
Harry Belafonte
as Self
Antonio Banderas
as Self
Barry Mann
as Self - Songwriter
Taylor Hackford
as Self
John Johnson
as Self
Cato Walker III
as Self - Contributor
Ruth Reichl
as Self
June Taylor
as Self
Paul Kaiser
as Self/digital artist
Danny Bennett
as Self
Morris Carnovsky
as Self
Bill Shadel
as Self
Vicki Lawrence
as Self
Nanette Fabray
as Self
Betty Garrett
as Self
David Barlow
as Partygoer
Paul Body
Bill Wyman
as Self - Contributor
Agnes de Mille
as Self - Biographer
D.J. Fontana
as Self - Elvis Presley's Drummer
Neil Hamilton
Ringo Starr
as Self/Self - Contributor
Fats Domino
as Self
Richard DeNeut
as Self
Helen Gallagher
as Self
Paul Kitagaki
as Self
Catherine Scorsese
as Self
Leonard Gershe
as Scenarist/Self - Songwriter
Patricia Bosworth
as Self
Gerard Jones
as Self
Buckminster Fuller
as Self
Samuel Marx
as Self
Tony Walton
as Self
Yo-Yo Ma
as Self
Tom Sheppard
as Self - Lloyd's Attorney
Bart Robinson Cook
as Self
Madeline Kahn
as Self
Phyllis Diller
as Self
Barbara Pittman
as Self - Sun Artist
Lewis Sharp
as Self
George Avakian
as Self
Bob Gruen
as Self - Photographer
Jonny Lang
as Self - Contributor
Calvin Owens
as Self - Contributor
Margaret Jenkins
as Self/assistant to Cunningham
Lindsay Anderson
as Narrator
Alexandra Conroy
as Young Eleanor
Hunter S. Thompson
Barry Primus
as Self
Wynn Handman
as Self
Ace Antonio Hall
as Self
Jim Garrison
as Self
Adolf Hitler
Jacqueline L. Andersen
as Louie Muir
Rachael Ray
as Self
Jack White
as Self
Mike Nichols
as Self
Arthur Laurents
as Self
Thelma Carpenter
as Self - Actress and Singer
Robert Motherwell
as Self
Seth Green
as Self
Bill Charlap
as Self
Rosamond Bernier
as Self
Mikel Elam
as Self - traveling assistant to Miles Davis
Buck Clayton
as Self
Erick Hawkins
as Self
Eleanor Farris
as 'Lulu' May Alcott Nierecker
Andrew Sciambra
as Self
Stephen Stills
as Self
Annie Leibovitz
as Self
Hattie Winston
as Narrator
Rubén Blades
as Self
Kim Fields
as Self
Susan Ungaro
as Self
Larry LeSueur
as Self
Arnold Schwarzenegger
as Self
Alice Waters
as Self
Corey Allen
as Self
Barney Hoskyns
Nate Rice
as Self
Ed Parks
as Self
Pinchas Zukerman
as Self
Jimmy Rowles
as Self
Rik Alan Walter
as Drouet
Michael O'Flaherty
as Self
Tricia Paoluccio
as Daisy Buchanan
George Litto
as Self
Gerald Early
as Self
Joy Harjo
as Self
Tom Hanks
as Self
Erma Franklin
as Self
Mary Karr
as Self
Diane Keaton
as Self
Bradley Hargreaves
as Self
Tony Benn
as Self
Maury Yeston
as Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1986 | 6 Episodes

Season 2

1987 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

1988 | 4 Episodes

Season 4

1989 | 9 Episodes

Season 5

1990 | 8 Episodes

Season 6

1991 | 9 Episodes

Season 7

1993 | 3 Episodes

Season 8

1993 | 2 Episodes

Season 9

1994 | 4 Episodes

Season 10

1995 | 5 Episodes

Season 11

1996 | 5 Episodes

Season 12

1997 | 5 Episodes

Season 13

1998 | 7 Episodes

Season 14

1999 | 7 Episodes

Season 15

2000 | 8 Episodes

Season 16

2001 | 8 Episodes

Season 17

2002 | 8 Episodes

Season 18

2003 | 8 Episodes

Season 19

2005 | 7 Episodes

Season 20

2006 | 8 Episodes

Season 21

2007 | 9 Episodes

Season 22

2008 | 4 Episodes

Season 23

2009 | 8 Episodes

Season 24

2010 | 8 Episodes

Season 25

2011 | 8 Episodes

Season 26

2012 | 7 Episodes

Season 27

2013 | 5 Episodes

Season 28

2014 | 9 Episodes

Season 29

2015 | 8 Episodes

Season 30

2016 | 9 Episodes

Season 31

2017 | 10 Episodes

Season 32

2018 | 8 Episodes

Season 33

2019 | 12 Episodes

Season 34

2020 | 8 Episodes

Season 35

2021 | 10 Episodes

Season 36

2022 | 1 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

CINE Competition 1985

Winner

CINE Competition

Documentary

Chicago International Film Festival 1986

Nominee

Chicago International Film Festival

Best Documentary

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