Van Nuys Blvd.   (1979)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 93 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Comedy, Drama
In Color
Release Information

Directed by | William Sachs
Cinematography by | Joseph Mangine
Edited by | George Bowers

Starring ~ Bill Adler, Cynthia Wood, Dennis Bowen

Sound Systems
Editing System
Finishing System
Directed by
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography
Edited by
Written by
Written By
Produced by
Associate Producer
Executive Producer
Original Music by
Art Direction by
Costume Design by
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Second Assistant Director
First Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Still Photographer
Gaffer (as Tony De Fabees)
Key Grip (as Steven P. Hirsh)
First Assistant Camera (as Andrew La Marca)
Best Boy (as Tracy A. Neftzger)
Second Assistant Camera (as Ron Raschke)
Best Boy (as Michael T. Taylor)
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Sound Department
Sound Effects Editor
Sound Mixer (as Don A. Sanders)
Sound Mixer
Boom Operator
Boom Operator (as Edward J. White)
Casting Department
Additional Casting
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Music Department
Music Engineer
Musical Assistant
Music Arranger / Music Producer
Music Performer
Music Engineer
Music Performer
Music Arranger / Music Performer
Leon Barnes 'Chooch'
Officer Albert Zass
Motorcycle Girl
Nurse Bradley (as Minnie E. Lindsey)
Gas Station Attendant
Biker (as Stephen Morrell)
Mrs. Zass
Sandwich Maker
Mildred (as Rena Harmon)
Herman (as Mathew Tobin)
T.V. Reporter (as Michael Castle)
Pig Farmer
Nancy (as Di Ana Daniels)
Mooner / Flasher
Disco D.J.
2nd Carhop (as Debbie Chenoweth)
Man In Disco (as Louis Rivera)
Pregnant Lady
Additional Crew Members
Production Assistant
Production Secretary
Assistant To Producer
Production Assistant
Production Assistant
Animal Trainer
Script Supervisor
Stunt Department
Stunt Coordinator
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