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The Subterraneans 1960 Leslie Caron George Peppard DVD, Download, USB

The Subterraneans 1960 Leslie Caron George Peppard DVD, Download, USB
The Subterraneans 1960 Leslie Caron George Peppard DVD, Download, USB
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''These are The Subterraneans - Today's Young Rebels - Who live and love in a world of their own - This is their story told to the hot rhythms of fabulous jazz!'' Jack Kerouac's 1958 Novel Is Brought To The Screen In This Controversial 1960 Film Adaptation Starring Leslie Caron And George Peppard, And Costarring André Previn, Roddy McDowall, Janice Rule, Anne Seymour, Arte Johnson, Gerry Mulligan And Nanette Fabray, 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 29 Minutes.) #TheSubterraneans #Subterraneans #JackKerouac #Kerouac #AleneLee #Beats #BeatGeneration #LeslieCaron #GeorgePeppard #AndréPrevin #RoddyMcDowall #JaniceRule #AnneSeymour #ArteJohnson #GerryMulligan #NanetteFabray #WilliamSBurroughs #AllenGinsberg #GoreVidal #NealCassady #Movies #Film #MotionPictures #Cinema #Hollywood #AmericanCinema #CinemaOfTheUS #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

Director:
Ranald MacDougall

Writers:
Jack Kerouac (Novel), Robert Thom (Screenplay)

Cast:

Leslie Caron ... Mardou Fox
George Peppard ... Leo Percepied
Janice Rule ... Roxanne
Roddy McDowall ... Yuri Gilgoric
Anne Seymour ... Charlotte Percepied
Jim Hutton ... Adam Moorad
Scott Marlowe ... Julien Alexander
Arte Johnson ... Arial Lavalerra
Ruth Storey ... Analyst
Bert Freed ... Bartender
Gerry Mulligan ... Reverend Joshua Hoskins
Carmen McRae ... Herself
André Previn ... Himself
Shelly Manne ... Himself
Red Mitchell ... Himself
Art Farmer ... Himself
Dave Bailey ... Himself
Buddy Clark ... Himself
Russ Freeman ... Himself
Art Pepper ... Himself
Bob Enevoldsen ... Himself
William R. Perkins ... Himself
Frank Hamilton ... Himself
Rodney Bell ... Balloon Man (uncredited)
John Damler ... Cop (uncredited)
Estelle Etterre ... Pedestrian (uncredited)
Nanette Fabray ... Society Woman (uncredited)
Kelton Garwood ... Book Store Proprietor (uncredited)
John Hart ... Cop (uncredited)
Sara Harte ... Bearded Man's Wife (uncredited)
Joyce Perry ... Bit Role (uncredited)
Carmen Phillips ... Milly (uncredited)
Maggie Pierce ... Redhead (uncredited)
Max Power ... Pedestrian (uncredited)
Paul Sand ... Poet (uncredited)
Patricia Sayers ... Fat Girl (uncredited)
Romney Tree ... Thin Blonde (uncredited)
Frank Wolff ... Bearded Man (uncredited)


The Subterraneans is a 1960 film directed by Ranald MacDougall based on the 1958 novel of the same name by Beat Generation author Jack Kerouac. The Subterraneans is a 1958 novella Kerouac wrote as a semi-fictional account of his short romance with Alene Lee (1931–1991), an African-American woman, in Greenwich Village, New York. Kerouac met Alene in the late summer of 1953 when she was typing up the manuscripts of William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, in Ginsberg's Lower East Side apartment. In the novella, Kerouac moved the story to San Francisco and renamed Alene Lee "Mardou Fox". She is described as a carefree spirit who frequents the jazz clubs and bars of the budding Beat scene of San Francisco. Other well-known personalities and friends from the author's life also appear thinly disguised in the novel. The character Frank Carmody is based on William S. Burroughs, and Adam Moorad on Allen Ginsberg. Even Gore Vidal appears as successful novelist Arial Lavalina. Kerouac's alter ego is named Leo Percepied, and his long-time friend Neal Cassady is mentioned only in passing as Leroy.