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Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper (1974)

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Credited cast:
Himself - Vocals
Dennis Dunaway ...
Himself - Bass, Backing Vocals
Michael Bruce ...
Himself - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Neal Smith ...
Himself - Drums
Glen Buxton ...
Himself - Guitar
Mick Mashbir ...
Himself - Guitar
Bob Dolin ...
Himself - Keyboards
Dentist / Executioner
Cindy Smith ...
Dancing Tooth
Richard M. Dixon ...
President Nixon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jefferson Kewley ...
Baron Krelve / Henchman
Pat McAllister ...
Producer / Rancher / Box Office Manager
Lone Ranger / Security Guard / Director


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Also Known As:

Hard Hearted Alice  »

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Did You Know?


Alice claims in the commentary track on the DVD that the reason he used snakes in his theatrical show is because he was scared and jumped in panic at a woman's small, two-foot snake backstage in a show in Florida. He figured that if he was this panicked by a small snake, the audience reacting to a much larger snake and his reactions would make for good setpieces. See more »


The national anthem's title is misspelled as "Star Spangle Banner" in the end credits. See more »

Crazy Credits

The final thing seen in the credits is "THE END?" (with a question mark, implying the story could potentially not be over). See more »


Featured in Alice Cooper: Prime Cuts (1991) See more »


School's Out
Written by Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith
Performed by Alice Cooper
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Alice rocks!
19 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

This film shows the Alice Cooper band at its peak -- and unfortunately, during its final tour. The comedy segments where a film director and viking are pursuing the band are very weak, but the concert rocks! All of AC's classics (18, Billion Dollar Babies, I Love the Dead) are represented and rendered expertly. Alice was a major influence on rock and metal, but his crowd interactions are pure punk shtick -- taunting and insulting front row fans. The theatrics are minimal compared to other performances, but the music overshadows the stunts with a guillotine and saliva drenched mannequins. If you're an Alice fan, check this out on DVD -- and play the Concert Only option. Or, if you'r an AC neophyte, prepare to be surprised by a great performance by an underrated rocker.

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