Arthur Penn: Alice's Restaurant - mit Arlo Guthrie, Patricia Quinn, James Broderick (Filmkritik mit ausführlicher Inhaltsangabe und Rezension von Dieter. Die Kirche wird zum Treffpunkt der Blumenkinder, ein Platz um zu feiern, singen, lieben und diskutieren. Alice hat inzwischen auch ein Restaurant eröffnet, doch. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Alice's Restaurant. Arlo hat keine Lust auf den Vietnamkrieg, zu dem er eingezogen werden soll, und versucht statt.
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Um sich der Einberufung zum Vietnam-Krieg zu entziehen, tingelt der Folksänger Arlo Guthrie von Stadt zu Stadt. Schließlich besucht er seine Freunde Alice und Ray, die in einer ehemaligen Kirche in Massachusetts eine Hippie-Kommune eingerichtet. Alice's Restaurant ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr , der auf dem Lied Alice's Restaurant Massacree von Arlo Guthrie basiert. Regie bei. europemobility4all.eu - Kaufen Sie Alice's Restaurant günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Das erste "Lied" dieser CD "Alice`s Restaurant" fordert die gesamte Hörer-Aufmerksamkeit. In einem fast minütigen Talking-Blues erzählt Arlo mit beißender. Alice's Restaurant: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Freunde wird aus dem säkularisierten Gotteshaus bald ‚Alice's Restaurant': der Mittelpunkt. Alice's Restaurant ein Film von Arthur Penn mit Arlo Guthrie, Patricia Queen. Inhaltsangabe: Nachdem Arlo sein sinnloses College-Studium aufgegeben hat. Alices Restaurant: Drama/Tragikomödie von Hillard Elkins/Joe Manduke mit Pete Seeger/James Broderick/Pat Quinn. Jetzt im Kino.
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After a few hours, an angry Alice eviscerated Officer Obie and bailed them out. Guthrie and his friend stood trial the next day. When Officer Obie saw that the judge relied upon a seeing-eye dog , he realized that the officers' meticulous work had been foiled by a literal "case of American blind justice.
Guthrie then states that the littering incident was "not what I came to tell you about" and shifts to another story, this one based at the Army Building on Whitehall Street in New York City as Guthrie appeared for a physical exam related to the Vietnam War draft.
He tried various strategies to be found unfit for military service, including getting drunk the night before so he was hung-over, and attempting to convince the psychiatrist that he was homicidal, which only earned him praise.
After several hours, Guthrie was asked whether he had ever been convicted of a crime. He answered in the affirmative, explaining his story, and was sent to the "Group W" bench to file for a moral waiver.
The other convicts "mother-rapers When Guthrie noticed one of the questions on the paperwork asked whether he rehabilitated himself since the crime, he noted the irony of having to prove himself reformed from a crime of littering when the realities of war were often far more brutal; the officer responded that they didn't like "[his] kind", and Guthrie's fingerprints were sent to the federal government to keep on record.
In the final part of the song, Guthrie explains to the live audience that anyone finding themselves in a similar situation should walk into the military psychiatrist's office, sing the opening line from the chorus and walk out.
He predicts that a single person doing it would be rejected as "sick" and that two people doing it, in harmony, would be rejected as " faggots ", but that once three people started doing it they would begin to suspect "an organization" and fifty people a day would be recognized as "the Alice's Restaurant Anti-Massacree Movement".
As he continues fingerpicking, he invites the audience to sing the chorus along with him "the next it comes around on the gee-tar", claims that the singing "was horrible" and challenges them to sing it with him "with four-part harmony and feeling" as the song ends.
Guthrie cited the long-form monologues of Lord Buckley and Bill Cosby as inspirations writing the song's lyrics, and a number of different musicians in particular Mississippi John Hurt as inspirations composing the Piedmont fingerstyle guitar accompaniment.
The song proved so popular that at one point Fass who was known for playing songs he liked over and over again in his graveyard slot started playing a recording of one of Guthrie's live performances of the song repeatedly;  eventually the non-commercial station rebroadcast it only when listeners pledged to donate a large amount of money.
The original album spent 16 weeks on the Billboard album chart, peaking at 29 during the week of March 2, ,  then re-entered the chart December 27, after the film version was released and peaking that time at It has become a tradition for many classic rock and adult album alternative radio stations to play the song each Thanksgiving.
After the release of the original album, Guthrie continued to perform the song in concert, frequently revising and updating the lyrical content.
In , for instance, he performed a minute rendition of the song which instead of the original narrative told a fictional story of how Russian and Chinese military operatives attempted to weaponize "multicolored rainbow roaches " they had found at Alice's restaurant, and the Lyndon Johnson administration orchestrated a plan for the nation to defend itself.
A recording of this version, given the title "Alice: Before Time Began", was released in on a CD distributed by Guthrie's Rising Son Records label; another recording of this version, given the title "The Alice's Restaurant Multicolored Rainbow Roach Affair", has also been released through that record label.
In , Guthrie, who was supporting George McGovern 's ultimately unsuccessful comeback bid for the Democratic presidential nomination,  revived "Alice's Restaurant" to protest the Reagan Administration 's reactivation of the Selective Service System registrations.
This version has not been released on a commercial recording; at least one bootleg of this version from one of Guthrie's performances exists.
It was this tour, which occurred near the 20th anniversary of the song and continued as a general tour after McGovern dropped out of the race , that prompted Guthrie to return the song to his playlist every ten years, usually coinciding with the anniversary of either the song or the incident.
The 40th anniversary edition, performed at and released as a recording by the Kerrville Folk Festival , made note of some parallels between the s and the then-current Iraq War and George W.
Bush administration. The tour, which features Guthrie's daughter Sarah Lee Guthrie as the opening act, was scheduled to wrap up in To justify bringing the song back out of its usual ten-year sequence, he stated that he was doing so to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the film version of the song.
In a interview with Rolling Stone , Guthrie explained that he believes that there are such things as just wars , and that the message of this song was targeted at the Vietnam War in particular.
Most of the events of the story are true; the littering incident was recorded in the local newspaper at the time it happened,  and although Guthrie made some minor embellishments, the persons mentioned in the first half of the story all granted interviews on the subject, mostly verifying that part of the story.
The Alice in the song was restaurant-owner Alice May Brock born c. Alice was a painter and designer, while Ray was an architect and woodworker who originally was from Virginia; the two had met while in Greenwich Village in Both worked at a nearby private academy, the music and art-oriented Stockbridge School , from which Guthrie then of Howard Beach , a neighborhood in Queens , New York City had graduated.
Alice Brock operated a restaurant called "The Back Room" in , at 40 Main Street in Stockbridge , located behind a grocery store and directly underneath the studios of Norman Rockwell.
After a breakup and abortive reconciliation, Alice divorced Ray in ; she went on to launch two more restaurants a take-out window in Housatonic in and a much larger establishment in Lenox in the late s  before leaving the restaurant business in She owned an art studio and gallery in Provincetown, Massachusetts until The church, originally built as the St.
James Chapel in , was enlarged in and renamed Trinity Church. Ray and Alice Brock purchased the property in and made it their home.
Alice sold the building shortly after the film adaptation was released, commenting that the song and film had brought a great deal of unwanted publicity.
The church's exterior is covered with white vinyl siding with the original cornerstone dedications still intact. There are two public entrances, a ramp for guests with disabilities on the side of the building and another consisting of two large wooden doors.
The entrance from the side leads directly into the chapel. The front entrance leads into a living room with couches and a kitchen to the left.
Bathrooms are located down a straight hallway to the right. In the main chapel area is a stage on which Officer Obie's chair sits as a reminder of the arrest.
In the rear of the chapel is a set of stairs and a loft area. A set of private rooms in which Alice and Ray once lived remains.
In later years, the Guthrie Center became a folk music venue, hosting a Thursday evening hootenanny as well as the Troubadour Concert series annually from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
The Troubadour series helps to support the church's free community lunch program which is held at the church every Wednesday at noon.
On Thanksgiving, the church hosts a "Thanksgiving dinner that can't be beat" for the local community. The annual "Garbage Trail Walk", retracing the steps of Arlo and folksinger Rick Robbins as told in the song , raises money for Huntington's disease research.
The incident which Guthrie recounts in the first half of the song was reported in The Berkshire Eagle on November 29, It describes the conviction of Richard J.
The arresting officer was Stockbridge police chief William J. It identifies the incriminating evidence as an envelope addressed to a male resident of Great Barrington presumably Ray Brock rather than Guthrie.
By the late s, the building had become a target for anti-war protesters, and two bombings left minor damage to the building, prompting the building to be vacated.
The brief fleeting mention of "faggots" being rejected for military service in the song's epilogue was based on military policy at the time, which rejected all homosexuals and expelled anyone caught engaging in homosexual behavior with an undesirable discharge.
In , this was softened such that, so long as a service member did not publicly talk about homosexuality , they would not be discharged; open homosexuality was eventually allowed in Alice's Restaurant of Sky Londa, California , founded in the s, was named in homage to the song.
The song was adapted into the movie Alice's Restaurant , directed and co-written by Arthur Penn , who had heard the song in while living in Stockbridge and immediately wanted to make the song into a movie.
The movie was released in August , a few days after Guthrie appeared at the Woodstock Festival.
A soundtrack album for the film was also released by United Artists Records. The soundtrack includes a studio version of the song, which was originally divided into two parts one for each album side ; a compact disc reissue on the Rykodisc label presents this version in full and adds several bonus tracks to the original LP.
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