WOODSTOCK (1970) 50th Anniversary Director's Cut
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- Richie Havens
- Joan Baez
- The Who
- Joe Cocker
- Country Joe and the Fish
- Arlo Guthrie
- Crosby Stills & Nash
- Ten Years After
- John Sebastian
Did You Know?
- This documentary was reportedly edited from 120 hours of footage shot at the three-day concert.
- Hugh "Wavy Gravy" Romney: Good morning! What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand.
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Brought back memories.
I first saw Woodstock on the 25th Anniversary and have been to screenings at 40 and 45 so 50 was a MUST. What a magic moment in time. Music unites people. What a blessing to have this slice of history on film to witness on the big screen. Beautiful print, great sound. Almost felt like being there!
The remarkable thing about Wadleigh's film is that it succeeds so completely in making us feel how it must have been to be there. 
Terrific concert documentary...The film that resulted — a roughly though not strictly chronological document of the much-publicized event — is an outstanding documentary, a joyful musical experience and a playful artifact of an era.