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Returning from the original American Graffiti are Debbie Dunham, Steve Bolander, John Milner, Carol/Rainbow, Terry the Toad and Laurie Bolander (Candy Clark, Ron Howard, Paul LeMat, Mackenzie Phillips, Charles Martin Smith and Cindy Williams), but Richard Dreyfuss is missing and Harrison Ford shows up in a gag cameo. The sequel brings its principles into the more radical end of the 1960s, with Steve and Laurie, now married, on the fringes of the protest movement. Debbie and Carol have been lured into the ...
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Overview

Returning from the original American Graffiti are Debbie Dunham, Steve Bolander, John Milner, Carol/Rainbow, Terry the Toad and Laurie Bolander (Candy Clark, Ron Howard, Paul LeMat, Mackenzie Phillips, Charles Martin Smith and Cindy Williams), but Richard Dreyfuss is missing and Harrison Ford shows up in a gag cameo. The sequel brings its principles into the more radical end of the 1960s, with Steve and Laurie, now married, on the fringes of the protest movement. Debbie and Carol have been lured into the flower-power milieu by rocker Newt (Scott Glenn). And John has parlayed his love of hot rods into a drag-racing career. The unifying factors of the first American Graffiti are sacrificed in favor of an episodic approach to the storyline.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/2/2003
  • UPC: 025192360428
  • Original Release: 1979
  • Rating:

  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:52:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 25,208

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Candy Clark Debbie Dunham
Bo Hopkins Little Joe
Ron Howard Steve Bolander
Scott Glenn Newt
Paul Le Mat John Milner
MacKenzie Phillips Carol Rainbow
Charles Martin Smith Terry The Toad
Cindy Williams Laurie Bolander
Anna Bjorn Eva
Richard Bradford Maj. Creech
John Brent Ralph
James Houghton Sinclair
John Lansing Lance
Ken Place Beckwith
Mary Kay Place Teensa
Will Seltzer Andy Henderson
Ralph Wilcox Felix
Country Joe McDonald
Barry Melton
Carol Ann Williams Vikki
Peter Albin Member of Country Joe & the Fish
Manuel Padilla Carlos
Tom Ruben Eric
Carol Ann Beery Vikki
Wolfman Jack Himself
Rosanna Arquette Girl in Commune
George Cantero Guard
Gil Christner Ed
Denny Delk Police Sergeant
Nancy Fish Police Matron
Michael Frost Musician #2
Paul G. Hensler Lieutenant
Robert Hirschfeld Delivery Man
Erik Holland Ole
Jay Jacobus Congressman
Naomi Judd Girl in Bus
Delroy Lindo Army Sergeant
Kevin Rodney Sullivan Lieutenant
Morgan Upton Mr. Hunt
John Vella Big Guy
Clay Wright Pilot
Tom Baker Cop #1
Benjamin Bottoms
Jon Gries Ron
Harrison Ford Motorcycle Cop
Technical Credits
Bill L. Norton Director, Screenwriter
Don Courtney Special Effects
Caleb Deschanel Cinematographer
Tina Hirsch Editor
Howard Kazanjian Producer
Thomas Lofaro Asst. Director
George Lucas Executive Producer
Steve Maslow Sound/Sound Designer
Aggie Guerard Rodgers Costumes/Costume Designer
Ray Storey Art Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. All Together (Main Titles)
2. Self-Inflicted
3. Martial Dispute
4. Posting Bail
5. Voluntary Cowards
6. Just Playing
7. Cheering for Peace
8. Groovin' at the Fillmore
9. Getting Busy
10. Electric Haze
11. Under Fire
12. Died for Nothing
13. The Real Hero
14. Teamwork
15. Trivial Problems
16. Face the Music
17. The New Champ
18. Old Acquaintance (End Titles)
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Menu

Side #1 --
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   Languages
      Spoken Language: English
      Captioned for the Hearing Impaired: English
      Subtitles: Espa├▒ol
      Subtitles: Fran├žais
      Subtitles: None
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE QUESTION TO EVERYONES' ANSWERS

    at the end of AMERICAN GRAFFITI is what happened before the epilogue. This well spun sequel told on 4 seperate New Years Eves from 1964 to 1967 brings the saga to a nice close. Of the band of teens, now young adults, the Toad (Charles Martin Smith) has grown the most, finding himself a reluctent warrior in Vietnam. Director B.L. Norton retains much of the original's spirit, again relying on a great period soundtrack to pace the storyline. Stick with what works.

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