Next Stop, Greenwich Village

Next Stop, Greenwich Village

DVD - 2005
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In 1953, Larry, an aspiring actor, leaves his home in Brooklyn and heads for Manhattan. He moves into an apartment in Greenwich Village. Between acting classes, auditions and odd jobs he spends time with his eccentric friends.
Audience: OFA rating: Restricted.
Must be 18 YEARS OR OLDER to borrow this item.
Publisher: Beverly Hills : 20th Cnetury Fox Home Entertainment, 2005.
Branch Call Number: DVD FIC Next
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (111 min.) : digital, sound, colour ; 12 cm
Language Note: In English dubbed in Spanish with Spanish subtitles.
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.


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Dec 29, 2014

Paul Mazursky, director of such famous films as Bob & Carol &Ted & Alice, Harry and Tonto, and An Unmarried Woman made this semi-autobiographic film about the 1950’s in Greenwich Village when he was struggling along with other young people, trying to catch on in acting. In the film we get to see Bill for about 30 seconds in a bar, just before he would join SNL for its second season as a replacement for the departing Chevy Chase. We also get to see quite a bit of Christopher Walken in a straight role (before he became famous for off-kilter characters) and just a few scenes of a young Jeff Goldblum. The film displays a very fine portrait of Bohemian 1950’s Greenwich Village.

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