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Claude Bukowski leaves the family ranch in Oklahoma for New York where he is rapidly embraced into the hippie group of youngsters led by Berger, yet he's already been drafted. He soon falls... See more »

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  • Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Another 2 wins & 2 nominations.
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Claude Hooper Bukowski
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George Berger
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Sheila Franklin
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Jeannie Ryan
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Lafayette aka Hud
Don Dacus ...
Woof
Cheryl Barnes ...
Hud's Fiancee
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Fenton
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The General
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Lady in Pink
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Steve Wright
Fern Tailer ...
Sheila's Mother
Charles Denny ...
Sheila's Father
Herman Meckler ...
Sheila's Uncle
Agness Breen ...
Sheila's Aunt
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Mrs. Berger, George's Mother
George J. Manos ...
Mr. Berger, George's Father (as George Manos)
Linda Surh ...
Vietnamese Girl
Jane Booke ...
Debutante #1
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Debutante #2 (as Suki Love)
Joe Acord ...
Claude's Father
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Sheldon
Janet York ...
Prison Psychiatrist
Rahsaan Curry ...
Lafayette Jr.
Harry Gittleson ...
The Judge
Donald Alsdurf ...
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Steve Massicotte ...
Barracks Officer
Mario Nelson ...
Barracks Officer
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'Aquarius' soloist (as Ren Woods)
Toney Watkins ...
Colored Spade / Ain't Got No
Carl Hall ...
Colored Spade
Howard Porter ...
Colored Spade
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Ain't Got No / White Boys
Kurt Yaghjian ...
Ain't Got No (as Kurt Yahjian)
Laurie Beechman ...
Black Boys
Debi Dye ...
Black Boys
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Black Boys
Johnny Maestro ...
Black Boys (as John Maestro)
Fred Ferrara ...
Black Boys
Jim Rosica ...
Black Boys
Vincent Carella ...
Black Boys
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White Boys (as Charlaine Woodward)
Trudy Perkins ...
White Boys
Chuck Patterson ...
White Boys
H. Douglas Berring ...
White Boys
Russell Costen ...
White Boys
Kenny Brawner ...
White Boys
Lee Wells ...
White Boys
Leata Galloway ...
Electric Blues
Cyrena Lomba ...
Electric Blues
Ron Young ...
Old Fashioned Melody
John DeRobertas ...
Flesh Failures
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Flesh Failures (as Grand Bush)
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'3-5-0-0' Soloist
Ronnie Dyson ...
'3-5-0-0' Soloist
Rose Marie Wright ...
Dancer
Tom Rawe ...
Dancer
Jennifer Way ...
Dancer
Shelley Washington ...
Dancer
Christine Uchida ...
Dancer
Raymond Kurshals ...
Dancer
Richard Colton ...
Dancer
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Dancer
Sara Rudner ...
Dancer
Pat Benoye ...
Dancer
Cameron Burke ...
Dancer
Richard Caceres ...
Dancer
Tony Constantine ...
Dancer
Ron Dunham ...
Dancer
Leonard Feiner ...
Dancer
Ken Gildin ...
Dancer
Kate Glasner ...
Dancer
Christian Holder ...
Dancer
Chris Komar ...
Dancer
Nancy Lefkowith ...
Dancer
Joseph Lennon ...
Dancer
Robert Levithan ...
Dancer
France Mayotte ...
Dancer
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Dancer
Sharon Miripolsky ...
Dancer
Marta Renzi ...
Dancer
Donna Ritchie ...
Dancer
Ellen Saltonstall ...
Dancer
Radha Sukhu ...
Dancer
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Dancer
Earlise Vails ...
Dancer
Ronald Weeks ...
Dancer
Kimmary Williams ...
Dancer
Deborah Zalkind ...
Dancer
Johanna Baer ...
Dancer
Carolyn Brown ...
Dancer
Colleen O'Callaghan ...
Dancer
Susan Clark ...
Dancer
Jennifer Douglas ...
Dancer
Karen Mays ...
Dancer
Megan Murphy ...
Dancer
Vicki Lynn Powell ...
Dancer
Anna Spelman ...
Dancer
Lauralee Stapfer ...
Dancer
Deborah Wagman ...
Dancer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Audrey Arnold ...
Flowerchild (uncredited)
Sandy Biano ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Amy Hartman ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Dancer (uncredited)
Warren Kliewer ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Sunny Leigh ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Sharmagne Leland-St. John ...
Party Guest / Lady in White (uncredited)
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Court Clerk (uncredited)
Esther Oldham-Farfan ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Dancer (uncredited)
Rhoda Robinson ...
ABT Ballerina (uncredited)
Laird Stuart ...
Field Officer (uncredited)
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ABC Cameraman (uncredited)

Directed by

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Milos Forman

Written by

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Gerome Ragni ... (musical book) and
James Rado ... (musical book)
 
Michael Weller ... (writer)

Produced by

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Michael Butler ... producer
Robert Greenhut ... associate producer
Lester Persky ... producer

Music by

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Galt MacDermot ... (music by)

Cinematography by

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Richard C. Kratina ... co-director of photography (as Richard Kratina)
Miroslav Ondrícek ... director of photography
Jean Talvin ... co-director of photography (as Gene Talvin)

Film Editing by

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Alan Heim
Lynzee Klingman ... supervising film editor
Stanley Warnow

Editorial Department

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Neil Burrow ... assistant editor
John Davis ... assistant editor
Lois Freeman ... assistant film editor
Michael Jablow ... associate editor
Neil L. Kaufman ... assistant editor (as Neil Kaufman)
Ann Stein ... assistant editor (as Anne Stein)
Karen Wanderman ... assistant editor
Clayton Collins ... apprentice editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Howard Feuer
Jeremy Ritzer

Production Design by

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Stuart Wurtzel

Set Decoration by

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George DeTitta Sr. ... (as George DeTitta)

Costume Design by

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Ann Roth

Makeup Department

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Max Henriquez ... makeup artist
Bob Mills ... makeup artist: California unit (as Robert Mills)
Joe Tubens ... hair stylist
Vivienne Walker ... hair stylist: California

Production Management

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Robert Greenhut ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael Hausman ... first assistant director
Joseph Ray ... second assistant director (as Joe Ray)
Joel Tuber ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Joseph M. Caracciolo ... propmaster (as Joseph Caracciolo)
Jon Linder ... scenic artist (as John Linder)
Harold Michelson ... art director: California
Pat O'Connor ... propmaster: California
John J. Rutchland Jr. ... construction coordinator: California (as John Rutchland)
Edward Swanson ... chief carpenter
Jerry Wunderlich ... set decorator: California (as Gerald Wunderlich)
Frank L. Brown ... set dressing lead man, cailf. (uncredited)
Bill Gold ... poster designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Milton C. Burrow ... supervising sound editor
Gordon Davidson ... sound editor
Don Digirolamo ... dolby consultant
Steve Maslow ... re-recording mixer
Bob Minkler ... re-recording mixer
Christopher Newman ... production sound mixer (as Chris Newman)
Edward L. Sandlin ... sound editor
William A. Sawyer ... sound editor (as William Sawyer)
Bill Varney ... re-recording mixer
Ken Dufva ... foley artist (uncredited)
Duncan McEwan ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Donald C. Rogers ... technical director of sound (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Al Griswold ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Gerald Cotts ... director cameraman: second unit
Vinnie Gerardo ... assistant camera (as Vincent Gerardo)
George Holmes ... gaffer: California
Jan Kiesser ... camera operator: California
Gerald A. King ... grip: California (as Jerry King)
Edward Knott ... key grip
Richard Pearce ... additional photographer
Tom Priestley Jr. ... camera operator (as Thomas Priestley)
Richard Quinlan ... gaffer
Ricki-Ellen Brooke ... second assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)
George A. Clark ... grip (uncredited)
Craig DiBona ... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Sal Martorano ... electrician (uncredited)
Tony Rivetti ... first assistant camera: "b"camera, steadicam (uncredited)
David J. Schweitzer ... camera department intern (uncredited)
Tom Volpe ... dolly grip (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Silvio Scarano ... wardrobe: California (as Sylvio Scarano)
Elisabeth Seley ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Ronald Colby ... location manager: California
Martin Danzig ... location manager

Music Department

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Norman Hollyn ... assistant music editor
Chuck Irwin ... music recording engineer
Galt MacDermot ... conductor / music arranger
Tom Pierson ... conductor: vocals (as Thomas Pierson) / music arranger: vocals (as Thomas Pierson)
John Strauss ... music editor

Transportation Department

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James Fanning ... transportation captain
James E. Foote ... transportation captain: California (as James Foote)

Other crew

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Michael Butler ... producer: original Broadway stage production
Carol Clemente ... production assistant
David Dreyfuss ... production assistant
Tom Fritz ... production assistant
Anne Gyory ... assistant to director
Lois Kramer Hartwick ... production office coordinator (as Lois Kramer)
Shawn Hausman ... production assistant
Nancy Hopton ... script supervisor (as Nancy Tonery)
Gary Jones ... assistant: Miss Roth
Larry Kaplan ... unit publicist
Lillian O. MacNeill ... script supervisor: California (as Lillian MacNeil)
Kathleen McGill ... production accountant: Lloyd Zeiderman & Associates
Steve Montgomery ... production assistant
Jennifer Ogden ... production assistant
Albert Ostermaier ... equestrian trainer: dance sequence
Barbara Pettick ... production assistant
Michael Peyser ... production assistant
Larry Reehling ... puppet creator
Ken Rinker ... assistant choreographer (as Kenneth Rinker)
Barry Strugatz ... production assistant
Twyla Tharp ... choreographer
Jim Gerwig ... caterer (uncredited)
Sharmagne Leland-St. John ... technical advisor (uncredited)

Thanks

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George Berklacy ... acknowledgment
Gordon J. Davis ... acknowledgment
Jack Fish ... acknowledgment
Paul Glanzman ... acknowledgment (as Lt. Paul Glanzman)
Ed Koch ... acknowledgment (as Mayor Ed Koch)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

This movie, based on the cult Broadway musical of the 60s, tells a story about Claude, a young man from Oklahoma who comes to New York City. There he strikes up a friendship with a group of hippies, led by Berger, and falls in love with Sheila, a girl from a rich family. However, their happiness is short because Claude must go to the Vietnam war. Written by Dragan Antulov

Plot Keywords
Taglines Let the sun shine in! [USA theatrical] See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical (World-wide, English title)
  • Hair: The Film (World-wide, English title)
  • Hárið (Iceland)
  • Juuksed (Estonia)
  • Коса (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Runtime
  • 121 min
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Box Office

Budget $11,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia During the closing number, when Berger sings the third verse, background singers are singing lines from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. "Eyes, Look your Last, Arms take your last embrace" and "The lips, oh you the doors, of breath, sealed with a righteous kiss" are all from Romeo's final monologue. It's followed by "The rest is silence," the last line in Hamlet. See more »
Goofs The seasons in Central Park shift constantly between spring, summer, and fall, sometimes within the same scene. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012). See more »
Soundtracks Aquarius See more »
Quotes Hippy: The draft is white people sending black people to make war on the yellow people to defend the land they stole from the red people!
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