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Kerouac: The Movie (1985) Jack Kerouac Documentary DVD, Download, USB

Kerouac: The Movie (1985) Jack Kerouac Documentary DVD, Download, USB
Kerouac: The Movie (1985) Jack Kerouac Documentary DVD, Download, USB
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Peter Coyote Narrates This 1985 Documentary Biography On The Life Of The Great Poet Of The Beat Generation, Jack Kerouac, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1 Hour 14 Minutes.) #KeroaucTheMovie #JackKerouac #BeatGeneration #BeatPoets #Poets #Poetry #Literature #AmericanLiterature #PeterCoyote #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Director:
John Antonelli

Writers:
John Antonelli, Frank Cervarich, John Tytell (Film), Jack Kerouac (Books, "On the Road", "Desolation Angels", "Dharma Bums" and "Big Sur","Visions Of Cody", "Dr. Sax", "The Town and the City", "Visions of Gerard", more)

Cast:

Peter Coyote ... Narrator (voice)
Jack Kerouac ... Himself (reads On The Road to Steve Allen) (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Andrews ... Dean Moriarty
Leon Benedict ... Father
William S. Burroughs ... Himself (novelist)
Carolyn Cassady ... Herself (novelist)
Ann Charters ... Herself (Kerouac biographer)
Sam Charters ... Himself (jazz historian)
Jack Coulter ... Jack Kerouac
Robert Creeley ... Himself (poet)
Lawrence Ferlinghetti ... Himself (poet)
Allen Ginsberg ... Himself (poet)
Seth Goldstein ... Young Kerouac
John Clellon Holmes ... Himself (novelist)
Herbert Huncke ... Himself (writer)
Joyce Johnson ... Herself (novelist)
Seymour Krim ... Himself (writer)
Michael McClure ... Himself (poet)
Gilbert Millstein ... Himself (writer, book reviewer)
Armand Morissette ... Himself (priest, friend) (as Rev. Armand "Spike" Morissette)
Edie Kerouac Parker ... Herself (wife)
Jerold Pearson ... Henry Morley
John Rousseou ... Japhy Ryder
Carl Solomon ... Himself (poet)
Patrick Turner ... Lucian Carr
Stanley Twardowicz ... Himself (artist)
Michael Warner ... Ship Mate
Steve Allen ... Himself (interviews Kerouac) (archive footage) (uncredited)
William F. Buckley ... Himself - Interviews Kerouac (archive footage) (uncredited)
Walter Cronkite ... Himself (reports death of Kerouac) (archive footage) (uncredited)


Jack Kerouac, American author and poet (March 12, 1922 - October 21, 1969) was born Jean-Louis Kerouac in Lowell, Massachusetts, to French Canadian parents. Jack Kerouac is considered a literary iconoclast and, alongside William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, a pioneer of the Beat Generation. Kerouac is recognized for his method of spontaneous prose. Thematically, his work covers topics such as Catholic spirituality, jazz, promiscuity, Buddhism, drugs, poverty, and travel. He became an underground celebrity and, with other beats, a progenitor of the hippie movement, although he remained antagonistic toward some of its politically radical elements. In 1969, aged 47, Kerouac died from internal bleeding due to long-term alcohol abuse. Since his death, Kerouac' literary prestige has grown, and several previously unseen works have been published. All of his books are in print today, including The Town and the City, On the Road, Doctor Sax, The Dharma Bums, Mexico City Blues, The Subterraneans, Desolation Angels, Visions of Cody, The Sea Is My Brother, and Big Sur. Jack Kerouac died of esophageal hemorrhage caused by cirrhosis of the liver at St. Anthony's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, aged 47. #born Jean-Louis Kerouac, he is considered a literary iconoclast and, alongside William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, a pioneer of the Beat Generation. Kerouac is recognized for his method of spontaneous prose. Thematically, his work covers topics such as Catholic spirituality, jazz, promiscuity, Buddhism, drugs, poverty, and travel. He became an underground celebrity and, with other beats, a progenitor of the hippie movement, although he remained antagonistic toward some of its politically radical elements. In 1969, aged 47, Kerouac died from internal bleeding due to long-term alcohol abuse. Since his death, Kerouac's literary prestige has grown, and several previously unseen works have been published. All of his books are in print today, including The Town and the City, On the Road, Doctor Sax, The Dharma Bums, Mexico City Blues, The Subterraneans, Desolation Angels, Visions of Cody, The Sea Is My Brother, and Big Sur.