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Release Date:
26 March 1970 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
love, peace, music See more »
Plot:
The film chronicle of the legendary 1969 music festival. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
Won Oscar. Another 1 win & 2 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Richie Havens ... Himself

Joan Baez ... Herself

The Who ... Themselves

Sha-Na-Na ... Themselves (as Sha Na Na)

Joe Cocker ... Himself
Country Joe and the Fish ... Themselves

Arlo Guthrie ... Himself
Crosby Stills & Nash ... Themselves (as Crosby Stills and Nash)
Ten Years After ... Themselves

John Sebastian ... Himself
Santana ... Themselves
Sly and the Family Stone ... Themselves (as Sly & the Family Stone)

Jimi Hendrix ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Canned Heat ... Themselves
Bob Davis ... Himself
Bob Davis ... Himself
Jefferson Airplane ... Themselves

Janis Joplin ... Herself
Harvey Mandel ... Canned Heat
Richard Alvarez ... Himself - Cinematographer (uncredited)
Jose Chepito Areas ... Himself - Santana (uncredited)
Lennie Baker ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)
Bruce Barthol ... Himself - Country Joe and the Fish (uncredited)
David Brown ... Himself - Santana (uncredited)
Mike Carabello ... Himself - Santana (uncredited)
Chick Churchill ... Himself - Ten Years After (uncredited)
Johnny Contardo ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)
Alan Cooper ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)

David Crosby ... Himself - Crosby, Stills and Nash (uncredited)

Roger Daltrey ... Himself - The Who (uncredited)

John Entwistle ... Himself - The Who (uncredited)
Lawrence Ferlinghetti ... Himself (uncredited)

Jerry Garcia ... Himself (uncredited)
Bill Graham ... Himself - Promoter (uncredited)
Frederick 'Dennis' Greene ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)

Justin Kreutzmann ... Himself (uncredited)
Michael Lang ... Himself - Executive Producer of Woodstock Festival (uncredited)
Alvin Lee ... Himself - Ten Years After (uncredited)
Ric Lee ... Himself - Ten Years After (uncredited)
Rob Leonard ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)
Leo Lyons ... Himself - Ten Years After (uncredited)
Jocko Marcellino ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)
Country Joe McDonald ... Himself - Country Joe and the Fish (uncredited)
Barry Melton ... Himself - Country Joe and the Fish (uncredited)
Chip Monck ... Himself - Stage Announcer (uncredited)

Keith Moon ... Himself - The Who (uncredited)

Graham Nash ... Himself - Crosby, Stills and Nash (uncredited)
Scott Powell ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)
Gregg Rolie ... Himself - Santana (uncredited)
Hugh Romney ... Himself (uncredited)

Carlos Santana ... Himself - Santana (uncredited)

Swami Satchidananda ... Himself - Guru providing opening address (uncredited)
Michael Shrieve ... Himself - Santana (uncredited)
'Screamin' Scott' Simon ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)

Stephen Stills ... Himself - Crosby, Stills and Nash (uncredited)

Sly Stone ... Himself - Sly & the Family Stone (uncredited)

Pete Townshend ... Himself - The Who (uncredited)
Sidney Westerfield ... Himself - Local merchant giving opening speech (uncredited)
Max Yasgur ... Himself (uncredited)
Donald 'Donny' York ... Himself - Sha Na Na (uncredited)

Directed by
Michael Wadleigh 
 
Produced by
Dale Bell .... associate producer
Bob Maurice .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Malcolm Hart 
Don Lenzer (photographed by)
Michael Margetts 
David Myers (photographed by)
Richard Pearce (photographed by)
Michael Wadleigh (photographed by)
Alfred Wertheimer (photographed by) (as Al Wertheimer)
 
Film Editing by
Jere Huggins 
Thelma Schoonmaker  (as T. Schoonmaker)
Martin Scorsese 
Michael Wadleigh 
Stanley Warnow  (as Stan Warnow)
Yeu-Bun Yee 
 
Production Management
Sonya Polonsky .... production manager
Lewis Teague .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Thelma Schoonmaker .... assistant director (as T. Schoonmaker)
Martin Scorsese .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
David Behle .... re-recording engineer (directors cut)
John Binder .... sound supervisor: location unit
Douglas Greenfield .... consultant: Dolby (directors cut)
Charles Groesbeck .... documentary sound (as Charles Groesbeek)
Timothy A. Hoggatt .... sonic solution engineer (directors cut) (as Tim Hoggatt)
L.A. Johnson .... documentary sound (as Larry Johnson)
L.A. Johnson .... sound supervisor (directors cut)
L.A. Johnson .... sound (as Larry Johnson)
Joseph Louw .... documentary sound (as Joe Louw)
Graham Lee Mahin .... dubbing supervisor
David Miranda-Hardy .... re-recording engineer (directors cut) (as David Miranda)
Lee Osborne .... sound engineer
Bruce Perlman .... documentary sound
Charles 'Skip' Pitts .... documentary sound (as Charlie Pitts)
Greg P. Russell .... re-recording mixer (directors cut)
George Groves .... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
George Groves .... sound supervisor (uncredited)
Sergio Reyes .... additional sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Michael Backauskas .... visual effects editor: Warner Brothers Imaging Technology (directors cut) (uncredited)
Rob House .... digital compositing lead (directors cut) (uncredited)
Adam Howard .... digital effects compositor: rating card explosion sequence (directors cut) (uncredited)
Terrence Masson .... CG supervisor: Warner Brothers Imaging Technology (directors cut) (uncredited)
Jesse Silver .... digital paintbox restoration supervisor: Jimi Hendrix Voodoo sequence (directors cut) (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Martin Andrews .... technical supervisor: location
Bruce Byall .... electrician
Richard Chew .... additional photographer
Ted Churchill .... additional photographer
Bob Danneman .... additional photographer
Chuck Levey .... additional photographer
Barry Levine .... stills photographer
Ed Lynch .... additional photographer
Fred Underhill .... additional photographer
Stanley Warnow .... additional photographer (as Stan Warnow)
Gervaise Smelser Soeurouge .... camera assistant: Al Wertheimer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Phyllis Smith Altenhaus .... assistant editor (as Phyllis Altenhaus)
Robert Alvarez .... assistant editor (as Bob Alvarez)
Ed Carrieti .... assistant editor (as Ed Cariati)
Hubert de La Bouillerie .... additional editing (as Hubert C. de la Bouillerie)
Ted Duffield .... assistant editor
Miriam Eger .... assistant editor
Tina Hirsch .... assistant editor (as Bettina Kugel Hirsch)
Angela Kirby .... assistant editor
Muffie Meyer .... assistant editor
Fred Talmage .... film coordinator: Hollywood
Winston Tucker .... assistant editor
Joel Cox .... stand-by editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Eric Blackstead .... music advisor
Eric Blackstead .... music coordinator
L.A. Johnson .... music recordist (as Larry Johnson)
Eddie Kramer .... location music engineer
Lee Osborne .... location music engineer
Danny Turbeville .... music assistant
Dan Wallin .... music mixer
 
Other crew
Charles Cirigliano .... production assistant
Charles Cirigliano .... titles
Ed George .... production assistant
Ken Glazebrook .... production assistant
Hannah Hempstead .... production secretary
L.A. Johnson .... assistant to director (as Larry Johnson)
Alice Marks .... production assistant
Anthony Santa Croce .... production assistant (as Anthony Santaeroce)
Al Zayat .... production assistant
Nancy E. Barr .... production assistant (uncredited)
Francis Lee .... trailer/TV commercial director (uncredited)
Elen Orson .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Ken Babbs .... thanks: at Woodstock
Peter Barton .... thanks: at Woodstock
Anne Bell .... thanks: at Woodstock
Ric Berger .... thanks: at Woodstock
Susan Berger .... thanks: at Woodstock
Alex Brooks .... thanks: at Woodstock
Steve Cohen .... thanks: at Woodstock
Gerry Dunn .... thanks: at Woodstock
Jeanne Field .... thanks: at Woodstock
Joyce Fresh .... thanks: at home
Beau Gill .... thanks: at home
Bill Graham .... thanks: at home
Cathy Hiller .... thanks: at Woodstock
Bill Hilliker .... thanks: at home
Chuck Hirsch .... thanks: at home
Arthur Kornfield .... acknowledgment: The Woodstock Music and Art Fair, Bethel, N.Y. was presented by (as Arthur Kornfeld)
Maggie Koven .... thanks: at Woodstock
Michael Lang .... acknowledgment: The Woodstock Music and Art Fair, Bethel, N.Y. was presented by (as Michael Lang - Executive Producer)
Chris Langhart .... thanks: at Woodstock
Tom Law .... thanks: at Woodstock
Felicity Lynch .... thanks: at Woodstock
Fern McBride .... thanks: at Woodstock
Chip Monck .... thanks: at Woodstock
John Morris .... thanks: at Woodstock
Elen Orson .... thanks: at Woodstock (as Ellen Orson)
Hart Perry .... thanks: at home
John Roberts .... acknowledgment: The Woodstock Music and Art Fair, Bethel, N.Y. was presented by
Bob Roizman .... thanks: at home
Hugh Romney .... thanks: at Woodstock
Joel Rosenman .... acknowledgment: The Woodstock Music and Art Fair, Bethel, N.Y. was presented by
Valerie Santiago .... thanks: at Woodstock
Van Schley .... thanks: at Woodstock
Marilyn Silverberg .... thanks: at home
Harold Smith .... thanks: at Woodstock
Robert Solomon .... thanks: at Woodstock
Renee Wadleigh .... thanks: at Woodstock
Sidney Westerfield .... thanks: at Woodstock (as Sidney Westerfeld)
Max Yasgur .... thanks: at Woodstock
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Woodstock: 25th Anniversary Edition" - USA (reissue title)
"Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music" - USA (longer version)
"Three Days of Woodstock: Love and Peace and Music" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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Runtime:
184 min | Germany:169 min | Sweden:184 min (1970) | Sweden:224 min (1994) | USA:228 min (director's cut) | Germany:216 min (director's cut) | Spain:215 min (DVD edition)
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Language:
Color:
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.20 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital (re-release) | Mono (RCA Sound System) | 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | 4-Track Stereo (original release)
Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA15+ | Australia:M (2009 re-rating) | Australia:NRC (original rating) | Canada:A (Nova Scotia) (original rating) | Canada:PG (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Canada:18 (Nova Scotia) (re-rating) (1994) | Finland:S | Iceland:L | Netherlands:12 | Netherlands:18 (1970) | New Zealand:M | Norway:12 | Peru:14 | Portugal:M/6 | Singapore:M18 | Spain:18 | Sweden:Btl | UK:X (original rating) | UK:15 (video) | USA:R | West Germany:12
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The reason the Jeff Beck Group pulled out of the festival was due to the fact that the band broke up a couple of weeks prior to the festival. Interestingly, the band's piano player Nicky Hopkins did perform at the festival with Jefferson Airplane.See more »
Quotes:
Hugh Romney:Good morning! What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand.See more »
Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
Handsome JohnnySee more »

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18 out of 26 people found the following review useful.
"We must be in Heaven, man!", 5 February 2002
Author: Baroque

Wavy Gravy said it best. Three days of peace, love and music, captured onto film. Everybody has their own opinions about which groups are better than others, but the overall effect is a dizzying one. 500,000 people (with an additional 1 million on the roads who couldn't get any closer) gathered in one spot, for a festival that named a generation. It's hard to believe that the concert was supposed to be a nothing more than a publicity event for a proposed recording studio, financed by a pair of venture capitalists. But the sun, moon and the stars were all in the proper alignment to create an event that we can only stand back and admire. I praise the organizers for having the foresight to document this event on film, for future generations to enjoy and behold. And perhaps, one day, repeat in some form.

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