Greaser's Palace

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In Greaser's Palace, Alan Arbus plays a zoot-suited character named Jesse, who is not only a Christlike figure, he is Christ. En route to Jerusalem, where he hopes to find work as a "singer-dancer-actor," Jesse finds himself in a dusty western town. At first, he is targeted for extermination by town boss Seaweedhead Greaser Albert Henderson but all this changes when he brings Greaser's son Lamy Michael Sullivan back from the dead. Jesse's healing powers lead to all sorts of wacked-out complications and, ...
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In Greaser's Palace, Alan Arbus plays a zoot-suited character named Jesse, who is not only a Christlike figure, he is Christ. En route to Jerusalem, where he hopes to find work as a "singer-dancer-actor," Jesse finds himself in a dusty western town. At first, he is targeted for extermination by town boss Seaweedhead Greaser Albert Henderson but all this changes when he brings Greaser's son Lamy Michael Sullivan back from the dead. Jesse's healing powers lead to all sorts of wacked-out complications and, inevitably, a bizarre confrontation with the town looney, exotic dancer Cholera Luana Anders. A very young Robert Downey Jr. the son of the director appears as a Quasimodo-like child.
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Special Features

Brand New Interview With Director Robert Downey; Liner Note by Jonathan Demme
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/22/2010
  • UPC: 891978002734
  • Original Release: 1972
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  • Source: Scorpion Records
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Luana Anders Cholera Greaser
Don Calfa Morris
Robert Downey Jr.
Pablo Ferro Indian
Albert Henderson Seaweedhead Greaser
Elsie Downey The Woman
Jackson Haynes Rope Man
Alex Hitchcock Nun
John Paul Hudson Smiley
Larry Moyer Captain Good
Don Smolen Gip
James Antonio Vernon
George Morgan Coo Coo
Ron Nealy Card Man
Lawrence Wolf French Padre
Toni Basil Indian Girl
Herve Villechaize Mr. Spitunia
Joe Madden Man With Painting
Allan Arbus Jesse
Michael Sullivan Lamy Greaser
Stanley Gottlieb Spitunia
Woodrow Chambliss Father
Technical Credits
Robert Downey Sr. Director, Screenwriter
Pat Doble Makeup
David Forman Set Decoration/Design
Robert J. Koster Asst. Director
Jack Nitzsche Score Composer
Peter Powell Cinematographer
Cyma Rubin Producer
Sharon Sachs Costumes/Costume Designer
Bud Smith Editor
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