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Chelsea Girls ()


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Lacking a formal narrative, Warhol's art house classic follows various residents of the Chelsea Hotel in 1966 New York City, presented in a split screen with a single audio track in conjunction with one side of screen.

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Self - The Duchess (as Brigid Polk)
Randy Borscheidt ...
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Christian Päffgen ...
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Angelina 'Pepper' Davis ...
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Dorothy Dean ...
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Eric Emerson ...
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Patrick Flemming ...
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Ed Hood ...
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Arthur Loeb ...
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Donald Lyons ...
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Gerard Malanga ...
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Marie Menken ...
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Mario Montez ...
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Ondine ...
Self - Pope
Rona Page ...
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Albert Rene Ricard ...
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Ronna ...
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Ingrid Superstar ...
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Hanoi Hannah

Directed by

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Paul Morrissey
Andy Warhol

Written by

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Ronald Tavel ... ()
 
Andy Warhol ... ()

Produced by

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Andy Warhol ... producer

Music by

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The Velvet Underground

Cinematography by

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Andy Warhol

Makeup Department

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Marina Spada ... makeup artist

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Also Known As
  • Chelsea-lányok (Hungary)
  • Девушки из Челси (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • The Chelsea Girls (Denmark)
  • Ta koritsia tou Chelsea (Greece)
  • チェルシー・ガールズ (Japan, Japanese title)
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  • 210 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Originally created as a six-hour film, Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey decided to screen the pieces of the film in pairs. Projectionists were allowed to choose how to combine the films and which sound tracks to run or turn off. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Velvet Underground (1986). See more »
Quotes [last lines]
Ondine - Pope: By the way, "The Bride Of Frankenstein" is the greatest movie ever made. It's just fabulous... Isn't it?
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