Bowery Dawn (1972)

Shadrack's in a world of trouble: his girl-friend, Daisey, wants him and his rock 'n' roll band to supply the entertainment for her upcoming party - but the band's members are clearly out ... See full summary »

Director:

Andrew Lamy

Writer:

Andrew Lamy

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Cast

Cast overview:
Andrew Lamy ... Shadrack
Michelle Faith Michelle Faith ... Daisey
Jack Smith Jack Smith ... Kiam
Felix-Paul Babin Felix-Paul Babin ... Maracas
Glenne Headly ... Carol
Tai Aguiree Tai Aguiree ... Vinny
Slim Bartow Slim Bartow ... Jazz Man
Bruce Spiegel Bruce Spiegel ... Rabbi
Erika Berland Erika Berland ... Sappho
Jackie Gunn Jackie Gunn ... Der Blond
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Storyline

Shadrack's in a world of trouble: his girl-friend, Daisey, wants him and his rock 'n' roll band to supply the entertainment for her upcoming party - but the band's members are clearly out of control, arguing at every rehearsal. To make matters worse, Daisey wants to marry Shadrack. What's a fellow to do? Written by Andrew Lamy

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Genres:

Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 June 1972 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$5,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Parkbench Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono
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Trivia

"Bowery Dawn" has the distinction of including in its interior locations the residences/work spaces of two of the 1960s most iconic "downtown" figures: the Great Jones Street loft of theater director John Vaccaro (1929-2016); and the Greene Street loft of legendary underground filmmaker Jack Smith (1932-1989). See more »

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