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Alice Cooper: The Nightmare (1975)

Unrated | | Horror, Musical | TV Movie 25 April 1975
Steven, a character from Alice Cooper's album "Welcome to My Nightmare", encounters a surreal dream fantasy, guided by the spirit of the nightmare.

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(as Jørn Winther)
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Steven
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Linda Googh ...
Cold Ethyl

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Steven, a character from Alice Cooper's album "Welcome to My Nightmare", encounters a surreal dream fantasy, guided by the spirit of the nightmare.

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Alice Cooper's wildest dreams come to life!

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Horror | Musical

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Unrated
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25 April 1975 (USA)  »

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Some lyrics were slightly revised in the song "Only Women Bleed" to appease network TV censors. See more »

Quotes

The Spirit of the Nightmare: This is a nightmare. You are at my mercy, little boy, because you created me!
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Connections

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

Soundtracks

Ballad Of Dwight Fry
Written by Michael Bruce and Alice Cooper
Performed by Alice Cooper
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tasty!
26 October 2009 | by (Warsaw, Poland) – See all my reviews

This one is a kind of visualization for whole track list from the classic Alice Cooper's concept album "Welcome To My Nightmare". Made for the television, it;s quite cheap, but it also has Vincent Price as some kind of "Nightmare Master". Price gave his appearance also on the album with his talk introducing "Black Widow". Lots of fun, surreal decorations and Cooper's performances with songs from his greatest long play. Maybe it's not really musical movie with regular plot, but if you like when horror mixes with some good rock'n'roll music then this one should satisfy you. "Cold Ethyl", "Department of Youth", "Some Folks" and "Devil's Food" - I guess this titles are enough for good recommendation. A must see for every Alice Cooper's fan.


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