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Feast of Friends (1970)

A documentary about the Doors, made by the Doors. It is filmed by two UCLA mates of Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrisson. It shows the atmosphere between the members and a live version of The End.

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Paul Ferrara
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Credited cast:
The Doors ... Themselves
Jim Morrison ... Self (The Doors)
John Densmore ... Self (The Doors)
Robby Krieger ... Self (The Doors)
Ray Manzarek ... Self (The Doors)
Fred L. Stegmeyer Fred L. Stegmeyer ... Self - 'Minister at Large' (as Pastor Fred L. Stegmeyer)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pam Courson Pam Courson ... Self
Dorothy Manzarek Dorothy Manzarek ... Self
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A documentary about the Doors, made by the Doors. It is filmed by two UCLA mates of Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrisson. It shows the atmosphere between the members and a live version of The End.

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Unrated
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Harrison Ford helped making the film back in the sixties. He did some camera work too. See more »

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Edited into When You're Strange (2009) See more »

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only for Doors fans unfortunately
21 April 2020 | by geo-31595See all my reviews

As a lifelong Doors fan this film provokes contradictory feelings as a film it is really badly made and does not seem to be finished . It is disjoined and lacks any sense of narrative cohesion. It tells you very little about the Doors as Individuals. If you think I'm being harsh , the Jim Morrison, biography , No One here gets out, biography reports this film getting catcalls when it premiered .And the reviewers at the time were equally harsh. No wonder it was never properly released. The reasons it is so bad is because rather hire an experienced big name director and cinematography they chose Jim's old film school buddies, and drinking pals, Paul Ferrara, and Frank Liscandro .Even as a student film this is really bad. I'm puzzled that Jim and Ray who were film school graduates did not seem to realize how bad this film is. Now as a historical document this film is valuable, brief and disjointed as it is it does convey some sense of what the Doors peak years were like.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 March 1970 (USA) See more »

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Crystal Production See more »
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Mono

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Color

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1.37 : 1
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