Welcome to L.A. 47 years old

The City of the One Night Stands.

Welcome to L.A.

The lives of a group of Hollywood neurotics intersect over the Christmas holidays. Foremost among them, a songwriter visits Los Angeles to work on a singer's album. The gig, unbeknownst to him, is being bankrolled by his estranged father, a dairy magnate, who hopes to reunite with his son. When the songwriter meets an eccentric housewife who fancies herself a modern-day Garbo, his world of illusions comes crashing down.

Credits

Welcome to L.A. Cast

Name Character
Sissy Spacek She was 26, now 74 years old as Linda Murray
Geraldine Chaplin She was 32, now 79 years old as Karen Hood
Lauren Hutton She was 32, now 80 years old as Nona Bruce
Harvey Keitel He was 37, now 85 years old as Ken Hood
Sally Kellerman She was 39, now 87 years old as Ann Goode
Keith Carradine He was 27, now 74 years old as Carroll Barber
Denver Pyle He was 56, 77 years old when he died as Carl Barber
Diahnne Abbott She was 31, now 79 years old as Jeannette Ross
John Considine He was 41, now 89 years old as Jack Goode
Mike Kaplan as Russell Linden (as Mike E. Kaplan)
Viveca Lindfors She was 56, 75 years old when she died as Susan Moore
Allan F. Nicholls He was 31, now 79 years old as David Howard
Richard Baskin He was 27, now 75 years old as Eric Wood
Cedric Scott He was 0, now 46 years old as Faye

Welcome to L.A. Crew

Name Department
William A. Sawyer as Editor. Editing
Scott Bushnell as Associate Producer. Production
Robert Eggenweiler as Associate Producer. He was 53 (76) years old when He died Production
Robert Altman as Producer. He was 51 (81) years old when He died Production
Alan Rudolph as Director. He was 32 (now 80) years old Directing
Alan Rudolph as Writer. He was 32 (now 80) years old Writing
Richard Baskin as Original Music Composer. He was 27 (now 75) years old Sound
Welcome to L.A. poster
Welcome to L.A. (47 years)

The City of the One Night Stands.

  • Release day: Friday, November 12, 1976
  • Runtime: 106 minutes