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Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese ()


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In an alchemic mix of fact and fantasy, Martin Scorsese looks back at Bob Dylan's 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour and a country ripe for reinvention.

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Himself
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The Oracle of Delphi
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The Punk Poet
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The Filmmaker (as Stefan van Dorp)
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The Queen of Swords
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The Balladeer
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The Minstrel
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The Rolling Stone Reporter
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The Promoter
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The Sailor
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The Writer
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The Innocent
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The Beauty Queen
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The Shitkicker
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The Word Worker
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The Ingenue
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The Artist
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The Medicine Man (as Chief Rolling Thunder)
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The Chief (as Chief Mad Bear)
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The Cowboy Indian
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The Politician
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The Boxer
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Himself
Denise Mercedes ...
Herself
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Herself
Mike Porco ...
Himself
David Blue ...
Himself
Arlen Roth ...
Himself
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Himself
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Himself
George Moran ...
Himself
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Himself
Jack Baran ...
Himself
Jeff Raven ...
Himself
Lizette Kocur ...
Herself
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Herself
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Himself
Tom Bell ...
Himself
Mama Maria Frasca ...
Herself
Larry Kegan ...
Himself
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Himself
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Himself
Irwin Segelstein ...
Himself
Don DeVito ...
Himself
Dick Asher ...
Himself
Rosie Smith ...
Herself
Jacques Levy ...
Himself
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Luther Rix ...
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Guitar
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Himself (archiveFootage) (voice)
Rob Stoner ...
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Howie Wyeth ...
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Herself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Herself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Martin Scorsese

Produced by

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Lauren Belfer ... line producer
Margaret Bodde ... producer
April Hayes ... line producer
Jeff Rosen ... producer
David Tedeschi ... executive producer
Rick Yorn ... executive producer

Cinematography by

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Howard Alk
Paul Goldsmith
Ellen Kuras
David Myers

Film Editing by

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Damian Rodriguez
David Tedeschi

Editorial Department

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Luca Balser ... assistant editor
Seth Berkowitz ... digital restoration: Cineric
Max Blecker ... technical consultant
Christina Delerme ... Senior Digital Intermediate Producer
Mo Henry ... negative cutter
Suzannah Herbert ... assistant editor
Joel Hirsch ... technical consultant
Jack Lewars ... digital intermediate colorist
Alan Lowe ... technical consultant
Simon Lund ... scanning: Cineric
Ryan McMahon ... digital intermediate conform editor
Benjamin Murray ... VP Creative Services: Technicolor Postworks
Balázs Nyari ... Executive: Cineric Inc.
Tod Orblych ... scanning assistant: Cineric
Janos Pilenyi ... Executive: Cineric Inc.
Ulli Reichhold ... film line up: Cineric
Jordan Schopick ... post-production assistant
Will Tutino ... digital restoration: Cineric
Adam Wangerin ... digital restoration: Cineric

Makeup Department

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Joanne Gair ... hair & makeup
Bruce Grayson ... hair & makeup
Michelle Johnson ... hair & makeup

Production Management

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Francis Power ... post-production supervisor

Sound Department

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Micha Bloomberg ... sound recordist
Gary C. Bourgeois ... sound mixer
Tom Fleischman ... re-recording mixer
Petur Hliddal ... sound recordist
David Hocs ... sound recordist
Shawn Holden ... sound recordist
Craig Kyllonen ... first assistant sound editor
Danny Michael ... sound recordist
John Polito ... sound restoration
Ric Schnupp ... re-recordist
Lori Shinn ... post production sound facility producer
Philip Stockton ... supervising sound editor

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Jill Brooks ... executive producer: ILM
Graham Churchill ... visual effects production coordinator: ILM
Pablo Helman ... visual effects supervisor
Claudia Law ... concept artist: ILM
Casey Straka ... concept artist: ILM

Camera and Electrical Department

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Rebecca Arndt ... assistant camera
Jeffrey Dutemple ... assistant camera
Artur Dzieweczynski ... digital imaging technician
Jack English ... gaffer
Anna Farrell ... assistant camera
Rick Gioia ... assistant camera
Wolfgang Held ... additional camera
Kit Kalionzes ... assistant camera
Jordan Levie ... assistant camera
John Nadeau ... gaffer
Martin Nowlan ... gaffer
Ken Regan ... still photographer
Chris Reynolds ... assistant camera
Lisa Rinzler ... additional camera
Paul Ryan ... additional camera
Dan Skinner ... digital imaging technician
Jonas Steadman ... assistant camera
John Takenaka ... assistant camera

Casting Department

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Ellen Lewis ... casting

Music Department

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John M. Davis ... music editor
Sarah Maniquis-Garrisi ... music clearances
Jill Meyers ... music supervisor

Other crew

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Randall Balsmeyer ... title designer
Mandi Brooksbank ... clearance counsel
Elsa Dorfman ... photographs courtesy of
Peter Duke ... photographs courtesy of
Barry Feinstein ... photographs courtesy of
Jim Gianopulos ... photographs courtesy of: personal collection
Laura Pilloni ... production assistant
Ken Regan ... photographs courtesy of
Jordan Schopick ... additional researcher
Austin Short ... post-production coordinator
Sharon Stone ... photographs courtesy of: personal collection
Martin von Haselberg ... photographs courtesy of: personal collection

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Plot Summary

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese' captures the troubled spirit of America in 1975 and the joyous music that Dylan performed during the fall of that year. Part documentary, part concert film, part fever dream, 'Rolling Thunder' is a one of a kind experience, from master filmmaker Martin Scorsese. Written by Netflix

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Also Known As
  • Rolling Thunder Revue: Martin Scorsese racconta Bob Dylan (Italy)
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  • 142 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia According to the New York Times, several of the interviews are staged, fake or scripted, including multiple clips featuring Sharon Stone and Michael Murphy, playing his character from the HBO Miniseries Tanner '88. See more »
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