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Dennis Hopper ... Narrator (voice)

Gerard Damiano ... Himself - Director, Deep Throat (also archive footage)

John Waters ... Himself - Filmmaker

Larry Flynt ... Himself - Publisher, Hustler Magazine
Erica Jong ... Herself - Author, Fear of Flying

Ruth Westheimer ... Herself (as Dr. Ruth Westheimer)

Dick Cavett ... Himself (also archive footage: The Dick Cavett Show)
Camille Paglia ... Herself - Author, Sexual Personae

Linda Lovelace ... Herself - Linda Lovelace (archive footage)

Harry Reems ... Himself / Dr. Young / Dr. Schmock (also archive footage: Deep Throat) (also archive footage: Meatball)

Hugh M. Hefner ... Himself (also archive footage: The Dick Cavett Show) (as Hugh Hefner)

Bill Maher ... Himself

Norman Mailer ... Himself
Charles Keating ... Himself (also archive footage)

Alan M. Dershowitz ... Himself - Law Professor, Harvard (as Alan Dershowitz)
Larry Parrish ... Himself - Prosecutor, Deep Throat

Gore Vidal ... Himself

Francis Ford Coppola ... Himself (archive footage)

Al Goldstein ... Himself - Founder, Screw

Georgina Spelvin ... Herself - Adult Film Actress
Ron Wertheim ... Himself - Adult Filmmaker (also archive footage)
Andrea True ... Herself - Adult Film Actress / Helen Bed (also archive footage: Meatball)

Wes Craven ... Himself - Director, Scream
Patsy Carroll ... Herself - Linda's High School Friend
Barbara Boreman ... Herself - Linda's Sister
Len Camp ... Himself - Location Manager, Deep Throat (as Lenny Camp)
Sepy Dobronyi ... Himself - The Swinger Count (as The Swinger Count)
Linda Williams ... Herself - Author, Hard Core

Helen Gurley Brown ... Herself - Author, Sex and the Single Girl
John V. Lindsay ... Himself - Mayor of New York City (archive footage) (as Mayor John Lindsay)
John Goreman ... Himself - Former NYPD (as John Gorman)
Mike Sullivan ... Himself - Former NYPD
Herb Kassner ... Himself - Defense Attorney, Deep Throat
William Purcell ... Himself - Prosecutor, Deep Throat
Ralph Blumenthal ... Himself - Reporter, New York Times
Xaviera Hollander ... Herself - Author, The Happy Hooker
Carl Bernstein ... Himself - Co-Author, All the President's Men

Dan Rowan ... Himself - Laugh In Host (archive footage) (as Rowan & Martin)

Dick Martin ... Himself - Laugh In Host (archive footage) (as Rowan & Martin)
Joel J. Tyler ... Himself - Judge (archive footage) (as Judge Tyler)
Arthur Sommer ... Himself - Theater Manager, Miami Beach
Bill Kelly ... Himself - Former FBI Agent

Peter Bart ... Himself - VP Production, Paramount 1967-1974
Peter Manouse ... Himself (as Peter 'The Candyman' Manouse)
Ray Shipley ... Himself (as Ray 'The Ringman' Shipley)
Bruce Kramer ... Himself - Harry Reems' Defense Attorney
Roy M. Cohn ... Himself (archive footage: Midday)

Tony Bill ... Himself - Producer, The Sting

Jack Nicholson ... Himself (archive footage)

Warren Beatty ... Himself (archive footage)
Susan Brownmiller ... Herself - Women Against Pornography (also archive footage: The Dick Cavett Show)
Tom Snyder ... Himself (archive footage)

Gloria Steinem ... Herself (archive footage: Donahue)
Jon Lewis ... Himself - Author, Hollywood V. Hard Core

Annie Sprinkle ... Herself - Adult Performance Artist
Lindsay Marchiano ... Herself - Linda's Daughter
Terry Sommer ... Herself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Warren Burger ... Himself - Chief Justice of the United States. (archive footage) (uncredited)

Johnny Carson ... Himself (archive footage: The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson) (uncredited)

Jimmy Carter ... Himself - President of the United States (archive footage) (uncredited)
Rosalynn Carter ... Herself - First Lady of the United States (archive footage) (uncredited)
John Chancellor ... Himself - NBC News Anchor (archive sound) (uncredited)

Jeff Conaway ... Kenickie (archive footage: Grease) (uncredited)

Walter Cronkite ... Himself - CBS News Anchor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gerard Damiano Jr. ... Himself (uncredited)

Phil Donahue ... (Himself - Talk Show Host (archive footage) (uncredited)

Eric Edwards ... Himself (archive footage: The Fireworks Woman) (uncredited)
Eddie Fontaine ... Andy Lamont (archive footage) (uncredited)

Redd Foxx ... Fred Sanford (archive footage) (uncredited)

Bob Hope ... Himself (archive footage: Cavalcade of Champions) (uncredited)
Larry Marchiony ... Himself - Husband of Linda (archive footage) (uncredited)

Whitman Mayo ... Grady (archive footage) (uncredited)
Roger Mudd ... Himself - CBS News Anchor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Pat Nixon ... Herself - First Lady of the United States (archive footage) (uncredited)

Richard Nixon ... Himself - President of the United States (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael Pataki ... Ziggy (archive footage: The Last Porno Flick) (uncredited)
Harry Reasoner ... Himself - ABC News Anchor (also archive footage) (uncredited)
Tina Russell ... Miss Carridge (archive footage: Meatball) (uncredited)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent, 60 Minutes (archive sound) (uncredited)

Howard K. Smith ... Himself - ABC News Anchor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Arlen Specter ... Himself - US Senator (R-PA) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Chuck Traynor ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Demond Wilson ... Lamont Sanford (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
Fenton Bailey 
Randy Barbato 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Fenton Bailey 
Randy Barbato 

Produced by
Fenton Bailey .... producer
Randy Barbato .... producer
Sarah Bowen .... associate producer
Mona Card .... co-producer
Brian Grazer .... producer
Ian Mallahan .... associate producer
Kim Roth .... executive producer
Ashley York .... associate producer
Ron Howard .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
David Benjamin Steinberg 
Cinematography by
David Kempner (director of photography)
Teodoro Maniaci (director of photography)
Film Editing by
William Grayburn 
Jeremy Simmons 
Casting by
Ed Arenas 
Makeup Department
Anouck Sullivan .... makeup artist
Production Management
Beverly Brooks .... post production manager: Ascent Media West
Jason Bryan .... post-production manager: World of Wonder
Beau J. Genot .... post-production supervisor
Eduardo Magana .... post-production supervisor: World of Wonder (as Eduardo Magaña)
Devon Schneider .... production manager: World of Wonder
Art Department
Lori Thrun .... props
Sound Department
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Michael Bergman .... additional sound: Binghampton
Paul Berolzheimer .... foley recordist
Stephen Bores .... additional sound: Boston (as Steve Bores)
Lance Brown .... supervising sound editor
Michael Camello .... sound effects designer (as Michael Z. Camello)
Joe Crabb .... additional sound: Los Angeles
Thomas Craca .... additional sound: Washington, D.C.
Stephanie Flack .... dialogue editor
Bruce Fortune .... supervising adr editor (as Bruce D. Fortune)
Michael Geisler .... foley recordist
Albee Gordon .... sound recordist
Paul Hackner .... dialogue editor
Joe Hettinger .... additional sound: Los Angeles
Eddie Kim .... sound effects designer
Kimberly Ellen Lowe .... dialogue editor (as Kimberly Lowe Voigt)
Del Martin .... digital engineer
David McRell .... digital engineer
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist
James Azizi Penny .... sound editor
Jason Piatt .... foley mixer
Eric Raber .... digital sound transfer engineer
Brion Regan .... additional sound: New York City
Jayme Roy .... sound recordist
Mark Roy .... additional sound: New York City
George Shafnaker .... additional sound: Boston
David Benjamin Steinberg .... additional sound designer
Dan Taylor .... additional sound: Miami
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Mark Weber .... additional sound: Florida
Nathan Whitehead .... first assistant sound editor
Tom Williams .... additional sound: Boston
James Wright .... consultant: Dolby
Lars Bjerre .... dialogue denoising (uncredited)
Lance Brown .... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Orlando Delbert .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Lonn Bailey .... assistant camera: Memphis
Mark Braun .... assistant camera: Tucson
Forrest Burgess .... assistant camera: Los Angeles
Oliver Cary .... assistant camera: New York City
Mario Deas .... additional photography
Harry Frith .... additional photography
Pat Kelly .... assistant camera: Boston
Ilya Lyudmirsky .... assistant camera: Los Angeles
Allan Palmer .... additional photography
Jayme Roy .... additional photography
Katie Strand .... assistant camera: Los Angeles
Curt Wallin .... assistant camera: Park City
Editorial Department
David Block .... hd colorist: Ascent Media West (as David A. Block)
Jamie Boulton .... additional editor
Marc Fisher .... hd on-line editor: Ascent Media West
Joe Fontes .... post-production assistant: Ascent Media West
Clay Foster .... second assistant editor
Ricardo Gonzalez .... second assistant editor
Ryan Growney .... post-production assistant: Ascent Media West
Terry Haggar .... film color timer: Ascent Media West
Robert Jung .... digital film recording: Ascent Media West
Christine Seino .... assistant on-line editor
Michael R. Taylor .... post-production assistant
Nicole West .... first assistant editor
Tom Wolf .... head of post-production: World of Wonder
Craig Sawczuk .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Music Department
Danny Bramson .... music consultant
Ed Bruno .... music assistant
Bill Coleman .... music supervisor
Christopher Lord .... assistant: composer
Erik Masone .... music assistant
Angelos Skordos .... music coordinator (as Angelo 'Pepe' Skordos)
Angelos Skordos .... music coordinator
Casey Stone .... music scoring mixer
Ronald J. Webb .... music editor
Other crew
Blake Armstrong .... production assistant
Prudence Arndt .... archival researcher
Allyn Baum .... courtesy of: still photography: The New York Times
Ralph Blumenthal .... courtesy of: 'Porno Chic' article
Barbara Boreman .... courtesy of: still photography
Peter C. Borsari .... courtesy of: still photography (as Peter Borsari)
John Branston .... researcher
Arthur Brower .... courtesy of: still photography: The New York Times
Liz Carriere .... production accountant: World of Wonder
Frederick Dechow .... accounting assistant: World of Wonder (as Fred Dechow)
Charlie Dibe .... production assistant: New York City
Anthony Edgeworth .... courtesy of: still photography
Leah Estrin .... assistant: Kim Roth
Nicole Flowers .... production accountant: World of Wonder
Bill Georgiou .... titles and graphics
Diane Glosson .... researcher
Ari Gold .... courtesy of: 'Wave of You' music video (Gold/Hair/Cohen )
Al Goldstein .... courtesy of: Screw Magazine
Daniel Gutman .... production assistant: Binghamton
Mitchell Gutman .... production assistant: Binghamton
Alanna Haderly .... production assistant: Las Vegas
Jeff Hays .... production assistant: Memphis
Keith Heiley .... production assistant: Park City
Nicole Hickman .... researcher
Kari Hubert .... production assistant: Las Vegas
Moye Ishimoto .... assistant: Fenton Bailey & Randy Barbato
Jean Israel .... researcher
Bill Kelly .... courtesy of: still photography
Bettye Lane .... courtesy of: still photography
Mark Lennon .... production assistant: Los Angeles
David Lott .... production assistant: Los Angeles
Lindsay Marchiano .... courtesy of: still photography
Scott Masterson .... production assistant: Boston
Legs McNeil .... courtesy of: Linda Lovelace interview
Rick Morris .... titles and graphics
Guy Morrison .... archival researcher
Derek Natzke .... production assistant: Phoenix
Alex Ortiz .... post-production coordinator: Ascent Media West
Pablo Pagan .... production assistant: Miami
Miguel Ian Raya .... assistant: Brian Grazer (as Miguel Raya)
Harry Reems .... courtesy of: still photography
William Sauro .... courtesy of: still photography: The New York Times
David Schiff .... head of production: World of Wonder
Jeffrey Schneider .... production assistant: Boston (as Jeff Schneider)
John Sergeant .... researcher
Tess Smalley .... production assistant: New York City (as Teresa Reilly Smalley)
Thairin Smothers .... researcher
Michael Speelman .... archival researcher
Caroline Stack .... archival researcher
Rebel Steiner .... legal counsel: Loeb & Loeb LLP (as Rebel Roy Steiner Jr.)
Lea Stenson .... production assistant: Los Angeles
Gorm Wagner .... courtesy of: University of Copenhagen: Physiological Responses of the Sexually Stimulated Male in the Laboratory (as Dr. Gorm Wagner)
Michael Zeininger .... production assistant: Los Angeles (as Mike Zeininger)
Ian Mallahan .... archivist (uncredited)
Jim Anderson .... special thanks
Paul Baer .... special thanks
James Barber .... special thanks
Peter Bart .... thanks
J. Ross Baughman .... special thanks
Brent Benedetti .... special thanks
Johann Benét .... special thanks
Carl Bernstein .... thanks
Tony Bill .... thanks
Ralph Blumenthal .... thanks
Penelope Boehm .... special thanks
Henry Boitel .... special thanks
Barbara Boreman .... thanks
Jamie Boulton .... special thanks
Helen Gurley Brown .... thanks
Susan Brownmiller .... thanks
Len Camp .... thanks (as Lenny Camp)
Patsy Carroll .... thanks
Dick Cavett .... thanks
Marilyn Chambers .... special thanks
Alisa Charoen-Phol .... special thanks
James Clancy .... special thanks
Steven Corfe .... special thanks
Wes Craven .... thanks
Christar Damiano .... special thanks
Gerard Damiano .... special thanks
Gerard Damiano .... thanks
Eric Danville .... special thanks
Alan M. Dershowitz .... thanks (as Alan Dershowitz)
Janice DeSalvo .... special thanks
Carl Djerassi .... special thanks
Betty Dodson .... special thanks
Frank Dombrowski .... special thanks
Richard Dreyfuss .... special thanks
Eric Edwards .... special thanks
Paul Fishbein .... special thanks
David Flint .... special thanks
Reginald Flowers .... special thanks (as Reggie Flowers)
Larry Flynt .... thanks
Peter Fonda .... special thanks
David Friedman .... special thanks
Esther Friedman .... special thanks
Bob Fukuyama .... special thanks
Jim Galasso .... special thanks
Niki Gascon .... special thanks
Mark Gentile .... special thanks
Al Goldstein .... thanks
David Goldstein .... special thanks
John Goreman .... thanks (as John Gorman)
Elliott Gould .... special thanks
Nathan Hagen .... special thanks
Michael Harrison .... special thanks
Nina Hartley .... special thanks
Hugh M. Hefner .... thanks (as Hugh M. Hefner)
Steve Hirsch .... special thanks
John Hoffman .... thanks
Xaviera Hollander .... thanks
Justin Hrobuchak .... special thanks
Millie Hsyu .... special thanks
Adriana Iragorri .... special thanks
John Jacobs .... special thanks
Virginia Johnson .... special thanks
Erica Jong .... thanks
Chris Joss .... special thanks
Herb Kassner .... thanks
Charles Keating .... thanks
Karen Kehela Sherwood .... special thanks
Sonia Keshishian .... special thanks
Dan Knauss .... special thanks
Anne Koedt .... special thanks
Bruce Kramer .... thanks
Richard Kras .... special thanks
Richard Labunski .... special thanks
Edward Laumann .... special thanks (as Ed Laumann)
Ryan Levitus .... special thanks
Jon Lewis .... thanks
Emily Lodmer .... special thanks
Sheldon Lodmer .... special thanks
Pat Lucas .... special thanks
Bill Maher .... thanks
Norman Mailer .... thanks
Peter Manouse .... thanks
Lindsay Marchiano .... thanks
Larry Marchiony .... thanks
William Margold .... special thanks (as Bill Margold)
David Margolis .... special thanks
Paul Mazursky .... special thanks
Oscar Mazzola .... special thanks
Robert McDaniel .... special thanks
Ted McIllvenna .... special thanks
Legs McNeil .... special thanks
Robert McNeil .... special thanks
David Mirisch .... special thanks
Howard Moskovitz .... special thanks
Suzanne Moss .... special thanks
Ruth Nash .... special thanks
Sheila Nevins .... special thanks
Camille Paglia .... thanks
Larry Parrish .... thanks
Sandra Piha .... special thanks
Raymond Pistol .... special thanks (as Ray Pistol)
Wakefield Poole .... special thanks
William Purcell .... thanks
Harry Reems .... thanks
Chris Rodley .... special thanks
Michael Rosenberg .... special thanks
Brad Rosenberger .... special thanks
David Rossie .... special thanks
Tom Rowland .... special thanks
Candida Royalle .... special thanks
Robin Ruse-Rinehart Barris .... special thanks
Diana E.H. Russell .... special thanks
Mike Rysavy .... special thanks
Stephen Saban .... special thanks
Eric Schaefer .... special thanks
Francis Schofield .... special thanks
Bruce Schragger .... special thanks
Joe Semas .... special thanks: the Harry Reems' Athletic Club
Brett Shady .... special thanks
Laura Shady .... special thanks
Ray Shipley .... thanks
Gerald Smith .... special thanks
Jeff Smith .... special thanks
Arthur Sommer .... thanks
Terry Sommer .... thanks
Georgina Spelvin .... thanks
Annie Sprinkle .... thanks
Brett Stein .... special thanks
Christy Sterling .... special thanks
Brian Stinson .... special thanks
Carl Stork .... special thanks
Dee Stulcup .... special thanks
Elisabeth Swain .... special thanks
Roger Swain .... special thanks
Herman Tarnow .... special thanks
Don Terbush .... special thanks
Andrea True .... thanks
Jack Valenti .... special thanks
Gore Vidal .... thanks
Matt Vitanza .... special thanks
Chris Wade .... special thanks
John Waters .... thanks
Delores Wells .... special thanks
Ron Wertheim .... thanks
Ruth Westheimer .... thanks
John H. Weston .... special thanks (as John Weston)
Linda Williams .... thanks
Charles Winick .... special thanks (as Charles Winnick)
David Winters .... special thanks
Leonard Wolf .... special thanks
Pat Woods .... special thanks
Lili Fini Zanuck .... special thanks (as Lili Zanuck)

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Rated NC-17 for explicit sexual content
89 min | USA:92 min
Black and White (archive footage: news broadcasts) | Color
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
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Did You Know?

The filmmakers collected about 800 hours of interview and archive footage.See more »
Continuity: Early in the film, a person is shown transporting the film with "Deep Throat" painted one the film case. The case he carries holds only two reels or 40 minutes of film. When the case is opened in the projection room it has grown to a 3 reel case and when the police seize the film a few minutes later, the case is a 4 reel size, the correct size for this film.See more »
Harry Reems:[archive footage] Did I belong in jail for five years for acting in deep throat?See more »
Movie Connections:
Features Cavalcade of Champions (1973) (TV)See more »
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46 out of 64 people found the following review useful.
Interesting footage, but dishonest, 26 February 2005
Author: (dj_bassett) from Philadelphia

To get the obvious out of the way, yes, the movie's rated NC-17. Yes, it earns it's rating, in part by graphically showing us how DEEP THROAT got it's name.

I have real misgivings about this movie, although ultimately I'll recommend it to those interested in the period or artistic subcultures more generally. It is very well made, with a lot of interesting archival footage. (I especially liked an interview on what sounded like "60 Minutes" with Jack Nicholson, Warren Beatty, and Harry Reems stuck there right between them.) This is a fascinating story, assuming you like the subject generally. And the filmmakers have dug out all sorts of interesting people, including Gerald Damiano himself (improbably whiling away his twilight years in what looks like Florida) and Harry Reems (who I think comes across really well.) My misgivings basically stem from this: the filmmakers want to simultaneously idealize a moment in time and, at the same time, draw political conclusions from the story. I don't think you can do that; I think that's a contradiction in terms. As such, the movie often comes across as very dishonest. Some of the dishonesty seems unconscious: if you're going to idealize the early Seventies adult film scene as brave busters of restrictive social mores, it seems strange to at the same time castigate those who would uphold them, since it's this very act of upholding them which gives your guys their ennobling quality, no? It's as if the filmmakers want to re-fight the DEEP THROAT wars again, without any sense of perspective.

But more seriously, I think the movie shows a lot of bad faith. It's one thing to properly make fun of a ridiculous evangelical prosecutor who spearheaded the DEEP THROAT trial; it's another to make fun of an FBI agent, who after all (as the movie reluctantly admits) was investigating the Mob's connections with DEEP THROAT. It's one thing to celebrate Hollywood's defense of the movie and Reems when he was in trial, but the movie makers rather glibly skate over the fact that Reems's descent into alcoholism was kicked off by his realization that Hollywood wouldn't hire him. As for Linda Lovelace, the movie has convinced me (rather unwillingly, frankly, and I'm not sure they intended to do it themselves) that she was at least pressured into performing in the movie. There's a still of her with bruises that's hard to gainsay.

Most importantly, the movie acknowledges that porno is a huge industry nowadays, but doesn't seem to want that realization to clutter up it's thesis that things are more repressive now. One could argue, after all, that the success of the current adult industry means that Damiano and friends have essentially won. The movie seems to want to say just the opposite, that these guys were doing more artful stuff that isn't represented by current fare, but leaving aside the question of whether that's true or not, the movie begins with a clip of Damiano himself admitting that the movie isn't that good. And the merits of DEEP THROAT seem linked to it's more-busting power, not anything intrinsic in the film itself.

I would have preferred either a straightforward idealization of that adult film era, with Waters, Jong et. al. commenting, or a straightforward examination of DEEP THROAT's sociological impact, which would have meant a more unsparing look at the realities, I fear. As it is, the movie makers try to straddle things too much. Still, if you're interested in the era, adult films or more generally "underground art" you'll probably want to check this out. Has a limited release, but I think will eventually play on HBO.

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