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The Ballad of Greenwich Village (2005)

Interweaving past and present to tell the story of the artists and free-thinkers who flocked to New York's Greenwich Village and helped change the political and artistic course of America.

Director:

Karen Kramer

Writer:

Karen Kramer
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Credited cast:
Edward Albee ... Self
Woody Allen ... Self
Maya Angelou ... Self
Amiri Baraka ... Self
Judy Collins ... Self
Gregory Corso Gregory Corso ... Self
Allen Ginsberg ... Self (archive footage)
Richie Havens ... Self
Roy Haynes ... Self
Norman Mailer ... Self
Tom Paxton Tom Paxton ... Self
Tim Robbins ... Self
Lili Taylor ... Narrator
Mary Allin Travers Mary Allin Travers ... Self (as Mary Travers)
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THE BALLAD OF GREENWICH VILLAGE is a 70 minute documentary that tells the story of the artists, rebels, and bohemians who came to New York's Greenwich Village over many decades, and changed the face of American culture through their art and politics. Written by Karen Kramer

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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

22 July 2005 (USA) See more »

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