Alice's Restaurant 52 years old

Every Generation Has A Story To Tell.

Alice's Restaurant

After getting kicked out of college, Arlo decides to visit his friend Alice for Thanksgiving dinner. After dinner is over, Arlo volunteers to take the trash to the dump, but finds it closed for the holiday, so he just dumps the trash in the bottom of a ravine. This act of littering gets him arrested, and sends him on a bizarre journey that ends with him in front of the draft board.

Credits

Alice's Restaurant Cast

Name Character
M. Emmet Walsh He was 34, now 87 years old as Group W Sergeant
James Broderick He was 42, 55 years old when he died as Ray Brock
Shelley Plimpton She was 22, now 75 years old as Reenie
Arlo Guthrie He was 22, now 74 years old as Arlo Guthrie
Sylvia Davis as Marjorie Guthrie
MacIntyre Dixon He was 37, now 90 years old as 1st Deconsecration Minister
Vinnette Carroll as Draft Clerk
Tina Chen She was 25, now 78 years old as Mari-chan
Neil Brooks Cunningham as Medic
Thomas De Wolfe as Waiter
James Hannon He was 2, now 55 years old as Himself
Graham Jarvis He was 38, 72 years old when he died as Music Teacher
Michael McClanathan as Shelly
Donald Marye as Funeral Director
Simm Landres as Private Jacob / Jake
Joseph Boley as Woody Guthrie
John E. Quill as Cop #2
Frank Simpson as Sergeant
Ron Weyand He was 41, now 94 years old as Cop #1
Pete Seeger He was 50, 94 years old when he died as himself
Louis Beachner as Dean
William Obanhein He was 44, 69 years old when he died as Himself - Officer Obie
Geoff Outlaw as Roger Crowther
Arthur Pierce Middleton as 2nd Deconsecration Minister
Monroe Arnold He was 44, 66 years old when he died as Blueglass
Lee Hays He was 55, 67 years old when he died as Himself
Eulalie Noble as Ruth
Kathleen Dabney as Karin
Eleanor D. Wilson as Landlady
Alice Brock She was 28, now 81 years old as Suzy
Seth Allen He was 25, 8 years old when he died as Evangelist

Alice's Restaurant Crew

Name Department
Richard Marks as Editor. He was 25 (75) years old when He died Editing
John Mortensen as Set Decoration. Art
Victor J. Kemper as Camera Operator. He was 42 (now 95) years old Camera
Dick Vorisek as Sound Re-Recording Mixer. He was 51 (71) years old when He died Sound
Irving Buchman as Makeup Artist. Costume & Make-Up
Stephen A. Rotter as Editor. He was 30 (now 22) years old Editing
Venable Herndon as Screenplay. He was 41 (72) years old when He died Writing
Joseph Manduke as Producer. Production
Michael Nebbia as Cinematography. Crew
Harold Leventhal as Producer. He was 50 (86) years old when He died Production
Warren Clymer as Production Design. Art
Phil Naso as Hairstylist. Costume & Make-Up
Willard W. Goodman as Production Supervisor. Production
Shelly Bartolini as Scenic Artist. Crew
Merle Eckert as Scenic Artist. Crew
Sanford Rackow as Sound Editor. Sound
Abe Seidman as Sound mixer. Sound
Stephen Fitzstephens as Foley. Sound
Morton Gorowitz as Gaffer. Lighting
Charles Kolb as Grip. Camera
Muky as Still Photographer. Camera
George Newman as Costume Supervisor. He was 98 (77) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
Garry Sherman as Additional Music. Crew
Garry Sherman as Music. Sound
Ed Bowes as Producer. He was 25 (now 78) years old Production
Wayne Fitzgerald as Title Graphics. He was 39 (89) years old when He died Crew
Rhona Kane as Unit Publicist. Crew
Diane Katz as Production Intern. Crew
Gene Lasko as Producer. Production
Bill Liberman as Producer. Production
Florence Nerlinger as Producer. Production
Milton Olshin as Projection. Crew
Barbara Rittenberg as Script Supervisor. Directing
Gerald B. Greenberg as Editorial Manager. He was 33 (81) years old when He died Editing
Marilyn Putnam as Costume Supervisor. Costume & Make-Up
Fred Hellerman as Sound Director. He was 42 (now 95) years old Sound
Hillard Elkins as Producer. He was 39 (81) years old when He died Production
Arlo Guthrie as Music. He was 22 (now 74) years old Sound
Arlo Guthrie as Author. He was 22 (now 74) years old Writing
Alice's Restaurant poster
Alice's Restaurant (52 years)

Every Generation Has A Story To Tell.

  • Release day: Wednesday, August 20, 1969
  • Runtime: 111 minutes