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"American Masters" No Direction Home: Bob Dylan (2005)

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No Direction Home: Bob Dylan: Season 19: Episode 7 -- A chronicle of Bob Dylan's strange evolution between 1961 and 1966 from folk singer to protest singer to "voice of a generation" to rock star.

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Original Air Date:
3 September 2005 (Season 19, Episode 7)
Plot:
A chronicle of Bob Dylan's strange evolution between 1961 and 1966 from folk singer to protest singer to "voice of a generation" to rock star. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
Won Primetime Emmy. Another 5 wins & 7 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Magical See more (63 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Bob Dylan ... Himself
B.J. Rolfzen ... Himself (voice)
Dick Kangas ... Himself
Liam Clancy ... Himself
Tony Glover ... Himself
Paul Nelson ... Himself

Allen Ginsberg ... Himself (archive footage)
Dave Van Ronk ... Himself (archive footage)
Maria Muldaur ... Herself
John Cohen ... Himself
Bruce Langhorne ... Himself
Mark Spoelstra ... Himself
Suze Rotolo ... Herself
Izzy Young ... Himself

Mitch Miller ... Himself
John Hammond ... Himself

Pete Seeger ... Himself

Mavis Staples ... Herself
Artie Mogull ... Himself
Harold Leventhal ... Himself

Joan Baez ... Herself

Peter Yarrow ... Himself
Bob Neuwirth ... Himself (as Bobby Neuwirth)

D.A. Pennebaker ... Himself
Al Kooper ... Himself
Bob Johnston ... Himself

Mickey Jones ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Johnny Cash ... Himself (archive footage)
Rick Danko ... Himself (archive footage)

Ossie Davis ... Himself (archive footage)
Lamar Fike ... Himself
Woody Guthrie ... Himself (archive footage)
Carolyn Hester ... Herself
Garth Hudson ... Himself (archive footage)

John F. Kennedy ... Himself (archive footage)

Martin Luther King ... Himself (archive footage)
Richard Manuel ... Himself (archive footage)
Greil Marcus ... Himself
Christopher Ricks ... Himself

Robbie Robertson ... Himself (archive footage)
Manny Roth ... Himself
Roy Silver ... Himself
Sean Wilentz ... Himself

Martin Scorsese ... Himself (voice) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Martin Scorsese 
 
Produced by
Jody Allen .... executive producer (as Jody Patton)
Paul G. Allen .... executive producer
Margaret Bodde .... co-producer
Jessica Cohen .... line producer
Barbara De Fina .... executive producer
Guy East .... co-executive producer: UK
Chelsea Hoffman .... associate producer
Susan Lacy .... executive producer
Susan Lacy .... producer
Tia Lessin .... line producer
Gub Neal .... co-executive producer: UK
Jeff Rosen .... executive producer
Jeff Rosen .... producer
Martin Scorsese .... producer
Nigel Sinclair .... executive producer
Nigel Sinclair .... producer
Justin Thomson-Glover .... co-executive producer: UK
Anthony Wall .... executive producer
Anthony Wall .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Maryse Alberti 
Mustapha Barat (director of photography)
Oliver Bokelberg 
Anghel Decca 
Ken Druckerman 
Ellen Kuras 
James J. Miller  (as James Miller)
James Reed 
Lisa Rinzler 
Michael Spiller  (as Mike Spiller)
 
Film Editing by
David Tedeschi 
 
Makeup Department
Kris Ravetto .... makeup artist: Joan Baez
 
Production Management
Diane Lapson .... production manager
Ellen Pittleman .... executive in charge of production
Lynne Okin Sheridan .... production manager
Debbie Sweeney .... production manager
 
Art Department
Mark Pollard .... graphic artist
 
Sound Department
Dave Bihldorff .... sound re-recordist
Chris Fielder .... assistant sound editor
Tom Fleischman .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Keenan .... sound recordist (as Mike Keenan)
Mark Mandler .... sound recordist
Fred Rosenberg .... dialogue editor (as Frederic Rosenberg)
Philip Stockton .... supervising sound editor
Allan Zaleski .... sound effects editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Eve Arnold .... still photographer
Dennis Brack .... still photographer
John Cohen .... still photographer
John Byrne Cooke .... still photographer
Jerome Corwin .... still photographer
Robert Corwin .... still photographer
Joseph Czerw .... key grip
Paul Daley .... gaffer
Bruce Davidson .... still photographer
Elliott Erwitt .... still photographer
Jan Faul .... still photographer
Barry Feinstein .... still photographer
Stephen Fenerjian .... still photographer
Larry Fink .... still photographer
Nat Finkelstein .... still photographer
David Gahr .... still photographer
Howard Gelb .... still photographer
Douglas R. Gilbert .... still photographer
Burt Glinn .... still photographer
Irwin Gooen .... still photographer
Ed Grazda .... still photographer
Miguel Grinberg .... still photographer
Bertil Hagert .... still photographer
Tom Halstead .... still photographer
Mickey Jones .... still photographer
Mark Kitchell .... still photographer
Daniel Kramer .... still photographer
Danny Lyon .... still photographer
J. Fred MacDonald .... still photographer
Mark Makin .... still photographer
Jim Marshall .... still photographer
Jerry Melrose .... still photographer
Artie Mogull .... still photographer
Alice Ochs .... still photographer
John Orris .... still photographer
Bill Pagel .... still photographer
Bob Parent .... still photographer
George Pickow .... still photographer
Aaron Rennert .... still photographer
Ted Russell .... still photographer
Jerry Schatzberg .... still photographer
Vernon Smith .... still photographer
Norman Vershay .... still photographer
 
Animation Department
Benjamin Murray .... stills animator
 
Editorial Department
Brian Batchett .... on-line editing assistant
Justin Krohn .... assistant editor
Benjamin Murray .... on-line editor
Jason Nu .... assistant editor
Scot Olive .... colorist (as Scott Olive)
Damián Rodríguez .... associate editor
Mara Wollong .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Robert Bower .... music researcher
Michael Brauer .... music pre-mix
Jennifer L. Dunnington .... music editor (as Jennifer Dunnington)
Annette Kudrak .... music editor
Diane Lapson .... music clearance
Lynne Okin Sheridan .... music clearance
Debbie Sweeney .... music clearance
 
Other crew
Graham Baquie .... technical supporter
Alison Beckell .... production assistant
Alison Beckett .... production assistant
Joe Beirne .... technical supervisor
Bonnie Benjamin-Phariss .... director: Documentary Productions
Mitch Blank .... hypnotist collector
Kate Blyth .... representative: Vulcan Productions
Michael B. Borofsky .... interview producer
Michael B. Borofsky .... interviews
Andrew Bottomley .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Marianne Bower .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Justin Brennan .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Scott Brock .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Alexander Yves Brunner .... production executive
Alexander Yves Brunner .... representative: Spitfire Productions (as Alex Brunner)
Jane Buckwalter .... project manager
Erin Crackel .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Joanna Davis .... intern
Raffaele Donato .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Richard Dworkin .... transcriptions
Tom Foligno .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Prudence Glass .... representative: American Masters
April Hayes .... photo researcher
Joseph Helmreich .... intern
Joel Hirsch .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Daniel Hoffman .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Ben Holden .... representative: Spitfire Productions
Jason J. Hunke .... representative: Vulcan Productions
Kent Jones .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Lewanne Jones .... additional researcher
Nicole London .... production coordinator
Meg McCarthy .... assistant: Martin Scorsese
Meg McCarthy .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Richard McCarthy .... intern
Mark McElhatten .... research consultant
Freida Orange .... representative: Sikelia Productions
Matthew Paine .... representative: Spitfire Productions
Stephanie Palumbo .... production assistant
Elizabeth Parks .... intern
Nigel Pearson .... business affairs
Dan Porcelli .... technical supporter
Anthony Ripoli .... technical supporter
Ranfi Rivera .... business affairs
Pamela Rosenstein .... representative: Vulcan Productions
Adam Rubin .... intern
Julie Sacks .... representative: American Masters
Matthew Schneider .... technical supporter
Barry Schulman .... representative: American Masters
Eric Schwinn .... IT supporter
Jennifer Senkler .... representative: Vulcan Productions
Anne Sicherman .... intern
Anne Slick .... production assistant
Margaret Smilow .... representative: American Masters
Anthony Stewart .... representative: George Square Trading
Emma Tillinger Koskoff .... assistant: Martin Scorsese (as Emma Tillinger)
Andrew Wright .... additional researcher
Stephen Zager .... business affairs
 
Thanks
Tobin Armbrust .... special thanks
Oscar Brand .... special thanks
Pip Chodorov .... special thanks
Jay Cocks .... special thanks
Ron Cohen .... special thanks
Don Fleming .... special thanks
Eddie Gorodetsky .... special thanks
Peter Guralnick .... special thanks
Nora Guthrie .... special thanks
Mark Kitchell .... special thanks
Eric Kulberg .... special thanks
Walker Lamond .... special thanks
Murray Lerner .... the director and producers wish to thank: The Following filmmakers for thier extraordinary contribution
Lexy Lovell .... special thanks
Odetta .... special thanks
D.A. Pennebaker .... the director and producers wish to thank: The Following filmmakers for thier extraordinary contribution
Frazer Pennebaker .... special thanks
Michael Perlstein .... special thanks
Robbie Robertson .... special thanks
Morley Safer .... special thanks
Thelma Schoonmaker .... special thanks
John Sloss .... special thanks
Mark Spector .... special thanks
Andy Warhol .... the director and producers wish to thank: The Following filmmakers for thier extraordinary contribution
Brian Wilson .... special thanks
Rick Yorn .... special thanks
 

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Runtime:
208 min (DVD) | Finland:205 min (2 part TV-miniseries) | Canada:201 min (Toronto International Film Festival) | Argentina:208 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Martin Scorsese voiced the quotations of Bob Dylan's controversial speech made at the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee while receiving a Tom Paine Award.See more »
Goofs:
Errors in geography: Footage of the San Francisco Bay Bridge is included among footage of New York City illustrating Bob Dylan's arrival there.See more »
Quotes:
Reporter:How many people who major in the same musical vineyard in which you toil, how many are protest singers? That is, people who use their music, and use the songs to protest the uh, social state in which we live today, the matter of war, the matter of crime, or whatever it might be.
Bob Dylan:Um... how many?
Reporter:Yes. How many?
Bob Dylan:Uh, I think there's about uh, 136.
[People around him giggle. The reporter doesn't laugh]
Reporter:You say ABOUT 136, or you mean exactly 136?
Bob Dylan:Uh, it's either 136 or 142.
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Movie Connections:
Features Monterey Pop (1968)See more »
Soundtrack:
Maggie's FarmSee more »

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39 out of 49 people found the following review useful.
Magical, 26 September 2005
Author: Stamp-3 from London, England

I've just watched the first part of 'No Direction Home". All I can say is thank you Mr Scorsese for bringing us such a wonderful document. I suppose the movie has most resonance for people who were there and buying the records and listening to the performances, but I would have thought even a fifteen year-old looking at the footage of Dylan singing "Pawn in The Game" would feel a shiver of wonderment.

I did not actually go to any of the '65 and '66 concerts (something I always regret) but I know many people who did, and many have told me that the cheering was usually as loud as the booing, and I don't know if that will fully come across; but a wonderful document, nevertheless.

And that is why Scorsese must be applauded; the editing was superb, the interviews were well chosen, the music clips were generous and Dylan is wonderfully articulate and revealing.

Yes boys and girls I enjoyed it; and Highway 61 in all its vinyl glory is going on the turntable right now!

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