(TV Mini-Series documentary) (novel "On The Road" - 1 episode)
- The Beat
... (novel "On The Road")
What Happened to Kerouac?
(Documentary) (works "On the Road", "Visions of Cody", "Desolation Angels", "Mexico City Blues" and "Dr. Sax and others")
Kerouac, the Movie
(Documentary) (works "Visions of Gerard", "Dr. Sax", "Vanity of Duluoz", "The Town and the City", "On the Road", "Desolation Angels", "Dharma Bums" and "Big Sur and others")
Recorded a series of albums reading his own works; one with musician and TV host Steve Allen
, another with jazz greats Al Cohn
and Zoot Simms
, and another on his own. Not selling well at first, the albums became sought-after collectibles later, with even bootleg copies fetching over $100, until they were reissued (with full ...
6 Biographical Movies |
6 Print Biographies |
4 Portrayals |
14 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
Jean-Louis Incogniteau | Jean-Louis | Jean-Louis de Lebris Kerouac | John Kerouac
5' 8" (1.73 m)
Did You Know?
You can't fight City Hall. It keeps changing its name.
Kerouac's mother Gabrielle (called "Memère") usually had no involvement with her son's writing career. A rare exception was his novel "Pic", which he wrote much of at her bedside when Memère was ill. The original ending had the hero meeting other Kerouac characters and travelling with them; she suggested instead that young Pic meet a priest who'd help him to settle down.
Originated the term "Beat Generation."