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More American Graffiti -- College graduates deal with Vietnam and other issues of the late '60s.

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Bill L. Norton (written by)
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Release Date:
3 August 1979 (USA) See more »
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The sights and sounds of the '60s. There were bittersweet times. There were funny times. And it was all unforgettable. See more »
Plot:
College graduates deal with Vietnam and other issues of the late '60s. | Full synopsis »
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Their futures were foretold at the conclusion of the original... See more (46 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Candy Clark ... Debbie Dunham

Bo Hopkins ... Little Joe

Ron Howard ... Steve Bolander

Paul Le Mat ... John Milner

Mackenzie Phillips ... Carol / Rainbow

Charles Martin Smith ... Terry the Toad

Cindy Williams ... Laurie Bolander
Anna Bjorn ... Eva

Richard Bradford ... Major Creech
John Brent ... Ralph
Country Joe McDonald ... Country Joe and the Fish
Barry Melton ... Country Joe and the Fish (as Barry 'the Fish' Melton)
Robert Hogins ... Country Joe and the Fish
Robert Flurie ... Country Joe and the Fish
Peter Albin ... Country Joe and the Fish
Harold Aceves ... Country Joe and the Fish

Scott Glenn ... Newt
James Houghton ... Sinclair

John Lansing ... Lance

Manuel Padilla Jr. ... Carlos (as Manuel Padilla)
Ken Place ... Beckwith

Mary Kay Place ... Teensa
Tom Ruben ... Eric
Doug Sahm ... Bobbie
Will Seltzer ... Andy Henderson
Monica Tenner ... Moonflower
Ralph Wilcox ... Felix
Carol Ann Williams ... Vikki (as Carol-Ann Williams)

Wolfman Jack ... Himself

Rosanna Arquette ... Girl in Commune
Tom Baker ... Cop #1
Eric Barnes ... Sergeant Dutton
Becky Bedoy ... Girl in Bus
Buzz Borelli ... The Freak
Ben Bottoms ... Perry
Patrick Burns ... Musician #1
Tim Burrus ... Slick Eddie

George Cantero ... Guard
Chet Carter ... Race Starter
Dion M. Chesse ... Delivery Man (as Dion Chessé)
Gil Christner ... Ed
Don Coughlin ... Cop #2
Mark Courtney ... Kevin Bolander
Michael Courtney ... Teddy Bolander
Denny Delk ... Police Sergeant
Frankie Di ... Trophy Girl
Steve Evans ... Race Announcer

Nancy Fish ... Police Matron (as Nancy G. Fish)
Rocky Flintermann ... The Neighbor
Michael Frost ... Musician #2

Jon Gries ... Ron (as Jonathan Gries)
Paul G. Hensler ... Lieutenant (as Paul Hensler)
Julie Anna Hicks ... Child in Commune
Robert Hirschfeld ... Delivery Man (as Robert E. Hirschfeld)
Erik Holland ... Ole
Jay Jacobus ... Congressman

Naomi Judd ... Girl in Bus
Leslie Gay Leace ... Girl in Bus

Delroy Lindo ... Army Sergeant
Dwight Reber ... Pilot
Sandra Rider ... Girl in Commune

Kevin Rodney Sullivan ... Lieutenant (as Kevin Sullivan)
Morgan Upton ... Mr. Hunt
John Vella ... Big Guy
Dan Woodworth ... Student Leader
Clay Wright ... Pilot
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Country Joe and the Fish ... Themselves

Harrison Ford ... Officer Bob Falfa (uncredited)
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Directed by
Bill L. Norton  (as B.W.L. Norton)
 
Writing credits
Bill L. Norton (written by) (as B.W.L. Norton)

George Lucas (characters) and
Gloria Katz (characters) &
Willard Huyck (characters)

Produced by
Howard G. Kazanjian .... producer (as Howard Kazanjian)
George Lucas .... executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Caleb Deschanel (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Tina Hirsch 
Duwayne Dunham (uncredited)
Marcia Lucas (uncredited)
 
Casting by
Gino Havens  (as Geno Havens)
Terry Liebling 
 
Art Direction by
Ray Storey 
 
Set Decoration by
Doug von Koss  (as Kurt Von Koss)
 
Costume Design by
Aggie Guerard Rodgers  (as Agnes Rodgers)
 
Makeup Department
Don Le Page .... makeup artist
Paul LeBlanc .... hair stylist (as Paul Le Blanc)
 
Production Management
Tom Joyner .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephen Lofaro .... second assistant director (as Steven Lofaro)
Thomas Lofaro .... first assistant director
Louis G. Friedman .... assistant director (uncredited)
David Garfath .... second unit director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Scott Bartlett .... montage designer
Burt C. Wiley .... property master (as Burt Wiley)
Dale Woodall .... construction coordinator
Stephen Dane .... assistant art director (uncredited)
Ken Sly .... carpenter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Richard L. Anderson .... sound effects editor (as Richard Anderson)
Richard Burrow .... dialogue editor
Ben Burtt .... supervising sound editor
Bonnie Koehler .... sound effects editor
Gregg Landaker .... sound re-recording mixer (as Greg Landaker)
David MacMillan .... sound (as David McMillian)
Steve Maslow .... sound re-recording mixer
Bill Varney .... sound re-recording mixer
Richard L. Anderson .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
Barbara McBane .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Don B. Courtney .... special effects (as Don Courtney)
 
Visual Effects by
Peter Donen .... optical coordinator
Bill Lindemann .... optical coordinator
Gilbert Johnson .... light show operator (uncredited)
 
Stunts
David S. Cass Sr. .... stunts (uncredited)
Larry Holt .... stunts (uncredited)
Greg Walker .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Anderson .... camera operator (as Bryan Anderson)
Jon Guterres .... key grip (as Jonathan Guterres)
Bruce Zachary Herman .... still photographer (as Bruce Herman)
J. David Jones .... helicopter pilot: camera helicopter (as David Jones)
Hiro Narita .... camera operator
George Michael Pantages .... gaffer (as Michael Pantages)
Selwyn Eddy .... assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mary Elizabeth Still .... costume supervisor (as Mary Still)
 
Editorial Department
Duwayne Dunham .... assistant film editor
Gloria Gunn .... assistant film editor
 
Music Department
Eugene Finley .... music editor (as Gene Finley)
George Lucas .... music selection
 
Transportation Department
Henry Travers .... transportation supervisor
 
Other crew
Andy Aaron .... technical assistant
Albert Corners .... production assistant
Joan Eisenberg .... unit publicist
Deborah Fine .... researcher
Rick Frazier .... auditor
Louis G. Friedman .... production assistant
Howie Hammerman .... technical assistant (as Howie)
Paul G. Hensler .... advisor: Vietnam (as Paul Hensler)
L. Dean Jones Jr. .... production assistant (as Lewis Dean Jones)
Colin Michael Kitchens .... production assistant (as Colin M. Kitchens)
Laurel Ladevich .... technical assistant
Ren Navez .... production assistant
Bill Rodenbaugh .... auditor (as William Rodenbaugh)
Leah Schmidt .... assistant to producer
Shelley Tharaud .... production secretary
Alice Tompkins .... script supervisor
Lope Yap Jr. .... location coordinator (as Lope Yap)
Naomi Judd .... production secretary (uncredited)
Mark Marshall .... production assistant (uncredited)
Craig Miller .... marketing consultant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Marcia Lucas .... special thanks
Fred Roos .... special thanks
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Runtime:
110 min
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Certification:
Australia:M | Brazil:14 | Canada:PG (Manitoba) | Canada:A (Nova Scotia) | Canada:AA (Ontario) (original rating) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Canada:PG (Ontario) (re-rating) (1992) | Finland:K-12 | Germany:12 | Norway:16 | Singapore:PG | UK:AA (original rating) | UK:12 (video rating) | USA:PG
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Trivia:
An uncredited Marcia Lucas edited the split-screen scenes for the 1966 sequence (many of which were incorporated to cover up the story defects). George Lucas, also uncredited, edited the Vietnam scenes for the 1965 sequence, making footage of just two helicopters seem like a dozen.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When Ole and Eva are talking amongst them, they are not talking Norwegian as we are told they are, but in fact Danish.See more »
Quotes:
John Milner:Hey! It's the little twerp!
Carol:Don't little twerp me, John, I've grown.
John Milner:[nods] A little bit.
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19 out of 29 people found the following review useful.
Their futures were foretold at the conclusion of the original..., 31 July 2001
Author: moonspinner55 from las vegas, nv

So why did we need "More"? It must've been a corporate decision--with financial gain the bottom line. If so, that plan didn't quite work, as "More American Graffiti" failed to catch on with its target audience, mostly due to the fact it reflects not the 1960s but TV sitcoms derived from '60s nostalgia. Ron Howard and Cindy Williams' story plays like a "Happy Days" rerun with bad language, however Charles Martin Smith's Vietnam episode is vividly captured--and the idea of him trying to blow off his own arm in order to get back home says more about the war than "The Deer Hunter" did in three hours. Paul LeMat has some good scenes flirting with a pretty Swede, while Candy Clark kicks around as a kooky hippie. The film, produced by George Lucas, is full of colorful distractions: multi-image cinematography, constant period music on the soundtrack, and lots of overacting. Unfortunately, nothing can distract from the laziness of the writing, nor from the film's somewhat tiring concept (which feels awfully gimmicky). The episodes aren't shaped with much thoughtfulness, and the film is insensitive and preconceived. ** from ****

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