1978   USA The Last Waltz
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Director:Martin Scorsese
Studio:FM Productions
Writer:Mardik Martin
IMDb Rating:8.0 (7,576 votes)
Awards:2 wins & 3 nominations
Genre:Concert Film
Duration:117 min
Languages:English
IMDb:0077838
Amazon:B00003CXB1
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Martin Scorsese  ...  (Director)
Mardik Martin  ...  (Writer)
 
The Band  ...  Themselves
Rick Danko  ...  Himself - Bass & Violin & Vocal
Robbie Robertson  ...  Himself - The Band: Lead Guitar & Vocal
Richard Manuel  ...  Himself - Piano / Keyboards / Drums / Vocal
Garth Hudson  ...  Himself - Organ / Accordion / Saxophone / Synthesizers
Levon Helm  ...  Himself - Drums / Mandolin / Vocal
Muddy Waters  ...  
Van Morrison  ...  
Neil Diamond  ...  Himself - Performer
Neil Young  ...  Himself - Performer
Eric Clapton  ...  Himself - Performer
Bob Dylan  ...  Himself - Performer
Joni Mitchell  ...  Herself - Performer
Emmylou Harris  ...  Herself - Performer
Ringo Starr  ...  Himself - Performer
Paul Butterfield  ...  Himself - Performer
Dr. John  ...  Himself - Performer
Michael Chapman  ...  Cinematographer
Rob Fraboni  ...  Composer
Jim Gordon  ...  Composer
Jerry Hey  ...  Composer
Howard Johnson  ...  Composer
Charlie Keagle  ...  Composer
Tom Malone  ...  Composer
Sonny Olivera  ...  Composer
Larry Packer  ...  Composer
Robert H. Raff  ...  Composer
John Simon  ...  Composer
Kenneth Wannberg  ...  Composer
Jan Roblee  ...  Editor
Yeu-Bun Yee  ...  Editor
Summary: Thanksgiving, 1976, San Francisco's Winterland: the Band performs its last concert after 16 years on the road. Some numbers they do alone, some songs include guest artists from Ronnie Hawkins (their first boss, when they were the Hawks) to Bob Dylan (their last, when as his backup and as a solo group, they came into their own). Scorsese's camera explores the interactions onstage in the making of music. Offstage, he interviews the Band's five members, focusing on the nature of life on the road. The friendships, the harmonies, the hijinks, and the wear and tear add up to a last waltz.


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