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Directed by
Chuck Wein 
Writing credits
Charlie Bacis 

Produced by
Barry De Prendergast .... producer
Michael Jeffery .... executive producer
Cinematography by
Vilis Lapenieks 
Film Editing by
John F. Schreyer 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Thomas C. Goodwin .... assistant director
Sound Department
John A. Bushelman .... sound editor (as John Bushelman)
David Nuuhiwa .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Alan Stensvold .... camera operator: second unit
Music Department
John Mitchell .... music consultant (as Mitch Mitchell)
Other crew
Scott Stevenson .... production assistant

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USA:108 min | USA:137 min (DVD release)
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USA:PG | USA:R (certificate #22930)
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14 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
OK, 20 May 2004
Author: fishncarpet from Boise, ID

I saw this movie when it came out, and was a bit disappointed at the time. I was in the movie as an extra and was paid free lunches during shooting and a free Hendrix concert on the side of Haliakala (sp?) volcano. The concert alone was worth the standing around and waiting to "act" in scenes. It was a great concert, I remember Foxy Lady and Purple Haze as highlights. The concert seemed to last most of the afternoon, he played lots of songs. One sort of silly thing (in hindsight) they had us do was sit grouped according to our astrological sign. I think they had 12 speakers, one focused on each group so Jimi could direct where the sound was focused while he played. I won't go into the theories behind this, it didn't seem to work out.

I don't think Hendrix showed up for the film till the day of or slightly before the concert. Most of the filming was done by then as I recall. Jimi Hendrix gave a great performance that day.

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