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Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore   (1974)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 112 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Drama, Romance
In Color
Production Dates | 1974-02-26 ~ 1974-04-24
Release Information USA
Release Information World
Directed by | Martin Scorsese
Cinematography by | Kent L. Wakeford
Edited by | Marcia Lucas
Written by | Robert Getchell
Sound Systems
Editing System
Finishing System
Alice - Age 8
Alice Hyatt
Old Woman
Joe & Jim's Bartender
Diner At Mel & Ruby's
Bartender - Jacob's Bar
Owner Of Country Western Bar
Harold - Neighbor Boy
Diner At Mel & Ruby's
Girl Eating Ice Cream Cone
Store Clerk
Lady At Yard Sale
Man Outside The House
Lady At Bathroom Door
Diner At Mel & Ruby's
Music Store Clerk
Lou - Owner Of Piano Bar
Bea's Husband
Man At Mel & Ruby's
Diner At Mel & Ruby's
Diner At Mel & Ruby's
Hurricane Bar Owner
Directed by
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography
Written by
Written By
Edited by
Produced by
Associate Producer
Production Design by
Production Designer
Production Management
Unit Production Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Second Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Key Grip
Camera Operator
First Camera Assistant
Second Camera Assistant
Best Boy
Still Photographer
First Camera Assistant
Camera Operator
Best Boy
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Art Department
Property Master
Assistant Prop Master
Sound Department
Sound Mixer
Casting Department
Extras Casting
Outer Casting: Warner Bros.
Casting: Warner Bros.
Casting: Warner Bros.
Makeup Department
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe: Women
Wardrobe: Men's
Music Department
Composer: Additional Original Music
Musician: Flute
Transportation Department
Transportation Captain
Additional Crew Members
Production Executive
Production Executive
Script Supervisor
Secretary To Director
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