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Alice Cooper: Welcome to My Nightmare (1975)

A 1975 Alice Cooper concert hosted by Vincent Price, with Alice Cooper's trademark "horror" stage act, and performances of some of his hit songs, including "Only Women Bleed", "School's Out" and "Steven".

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David Winters

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Alan Rudolph
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Alice Cooper's live concert stage-show, based on his 1978 album, From the Inside.

Stars: Alice Cooper, Vincent Price, Clifford Allen
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Cast overview:
Alice Cooper ... Steven / Alice
Vincent Price ... Spider Voice (voice)
Dick Wagner Dick Wagner ... Guitar
Steve Hunter Steve Hunter ... Guitar
Pentti Glan Pentti Glan ... Drums (as Whitey Glan)
Jozef Chirowski Jozef Chirowski ... Keyboards
Sheryl Cooper Sheryl Cooper ... Ethyl (as Sheryl Goddard)
Robyn Blythe ... Bat Woman
Gene Montoya Gene Montoya ... Voodoo Man (as Eugene Montoya)
Uchi Sugiyama Uchi Sugiyama ... Frog Man
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A 1975 Alice Cooper concert hosted by Vincent Price, with Alice Cooper's trademark "horror" stage act, and performances of some of his hit songs, including "Only Women Bleed", "School's Out" and "Steven".

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It's the JAWS of Rock!

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Horror | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 1975 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Alice Cooper See more »

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4-Track Stereo (Western Electric Recording)

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Goofs

In the end credits for music writing listings, Dennis Dunaway's last name is misspelled as "Dunoway." See more »

Connections

Referenced in The Bette Midler Show (1976) See more »

Soundtracks

Billion Dollar Babies
Written by Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce, Neal Smith and Reggie Vinson
Performed by Alice Cooper
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Great showman
23 June 2005 | by shannonphoenixSee all my reviews

I saw this in either the late 70s or early 80s on television in Pennsylvania on a horror movie program. At that time, I was getting over the fear of him, or actually the snakes. I have hated snakes since I stood on one when I was six. But, he is a great showman and his stage antics made an excellent show/concert.

Any fan of the Masters or classics have to see this. I cannot figure out what my favorite part of it was, but Vincent Price was a great touch. It is strange that "Welcome to my Nightmare" was considered "acid rock" and now is seems so much more mellow compared to today's music.

I lived in Phoenix and just about everyone there knows him or has met him a few times and he is very approachable and a great guy. He gives back a lot to the community and does a lot of good with some of his fund raisers. Not to mention, he owns half the town. He should run for governor again, "a messed up governor for a messed up state" is an understatement for those who live or have lived in Arizona.

But, any one interested in the History of Rock needs to see this. It is a great story and he is a great showman and puts on a good show.


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