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Couch (1964)

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The couch at Andy Warhol's Factory was as famous in its own right as any of his Superstars. In Couch, visitors to the Factory were invited to "perform" on camera, seated on the old couch. ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Bingingham Birdie Bingingham Birdie ... Himself
Rufus Collins ... Himself
Gregory Corso Gregory Corso ... Himself
Allen Ginsberg ... Himself
Kate Heliczer Kate Heliczer ... Herself (as Kate Helzicer)
Pierre Helzicer Pierre Helzicer ... Himself
Jane Holzer Jane Holzer ... Herself (as Baby Jane Holzer)
Jack Kerouac ... Himself
Mark Lancaster Mark Lancaster ... Himself
Joseph LeSeuer Joseph LeSeuer ... Himself
Naomi Levine Naomi Levine ... Herself
Gerard Malanga Gerard Malanga ... Himself
Taylor Mead ... Himself
Billy Name Billy Name ... Himself (as Billy Linich)
Ivy Nicholson Ivy Nicholson ... Herself
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The couch at Andy Warhol's Factory was as famous in its own right as any of his Superstars. In Couch, visitors to the Factory were invited to "perform" on camera, seated on the old couch. Their many acts-both lascivious and mundane-are documented in a film that has come to be regarded as one of the most notorious of Warhol's early works. Across the course of the film we encounter such figures as poets Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso, the writer Jack Kerouac, and perennial New York figure Taylor Mead. Written by Gary Brumburgh / gr-home@pacbell.net

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English

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1.33 : 1
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