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Next Stop, Greenwich Village

Paul Mazursky's autobiographical comedy centers on an aspiring actor's (Lenny Baker) adventures in Greenwich Village in the 1950s, as he leaves his home in Brooklyn, takes acting lessons and becomes involved with a group of offbeat artists, performers and poets. With Shelley Winters as his overbearing mother, Christopher Walken, Ellen Greene, and Antonio Fargas; look quickly for Bill Murray in his first (uncredited) on-screen turn.

Year: 1976
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Country: USA
Director: Paul Mazursky
Starring: Shelley Winters, Ellen Greene, Christopher Walken, Lenny Baker
Duration: 111 Minutes
Rating: R16
6.9/10
Location in store: Drama
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