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(Color, 1" videotape transferred to videodisc)

Conceived by Andy Warhol
Production Co.: Andy Warhol T.V. Productions for MTV Networks
Director: Don Munroe
Producer: Vincent Fremont
Production Manager: Sue Etkin
Associate Producer: Fred Hughes
Production Coordinator: Jay Shriver
Associate Producer (Episode 5): Jay Shriver
Videotape Editor: Gregg Featherman
Original Music: Chris Stein


Robin Leach
Jerry Hall
John Oates
Dweezel and Moon Zappa
Tama Jamowitz
Paulina Porizkova
Sally Kirkland
Tracy Johns
Katherine Hamnett including fashion show with models Maria Kay, Anna Jonsson and Eric Perron
The Parachute Club
The Pyramid Club with Happy Face, Lady Bunny, Dean Johnson, John Kelley as Dagmar Onasis and Lypsinka

(ca. January 1987)

Grace Jones
Kenny Scharf
Marc Jacobs including fashion show with models Charlotte Dawson, Pam Piper and Cynthia De Maria
Peter Beard
Kevin Dillon
John C. McGinley
Francesco Quinn
William Burroughs
Chris Stein
Angel Estrada including fashion show with models Lori Milligan and Rochelle Redfield
Elizabeth Peña
Gregory Abbott
Judd Nelson
Das Furlines
Isabel Toledo
Ruben Toledo
Suzie Zabrowska (fashion model for Isabel Toledo)
Dovanna Pagowska (fashion model for Isabel Toledo)

Angelo Colon

(ca. February 1987)

Victor Love
Ian McKellen
Bo Diddley

Moto-Fashion by Michael Schmidt and Anita Martire
Schmidt models: Grace Nemergut, Raphael and Thomas H. Street
Martire models: Ralph Scibelli and Barb Carboy
Motorcycles: Pilar Limosner, Sally Randall, Hugh Mackie, Dimitri Turin and Willard

The Fleshtones
Saqqara Dogs with Ruby Ray and Bond Bergland
The Tunnel nightclub with Rudolf (club director), Thomas Leeser (co-owner) and Carla Steiner (bartender & singer)
Regina Beukes (violinist)
Miriam Bendahan including fashion show with models Jennifer Hamden and Gabriela G.
Suzanne Lanza
Robert Longo with clip from the New Order Bizarre Love Triangle music video directed by Longo
The Mudd Club (footage from 1979)
Brook Larsen of B. Larsen Frames, Inc. (The company that took over the Mudd Club premises)

Scene from the Josep Papp presents The Opera at the Academy production of The Magic Flute with Jeffrey W. Reynolds (Tamino), Susan Hanson (Pamina) and Eric Fraad (Director) and interviews with: Heather Watts (principal dancer), Michael Torke and Jack Soto (principal dancer)

Bobbi Humphrey
Ian McKellan
Wall to Wall (singing Tuff Luck)


Debbie Harry
Nick Rhodes
Bryan Adams
Ric Ocasek and Andy Warhol visit the new Factory premises at the old Con Edison building
Phoebe Cates
Diane Brill
Susan Hess
Charlie Clough (artist)
Stephen Sprouse with models Ariane, Michael McGale, Salvatore Xverb, Katherine Hammond, Suzanne, Nick Camen.
Parish Fashions

Amatuer Night at the Apollo featuring: Emanon Johnson (The Baby Beat Box), Ralph Cooper Sr. (host), Howard B. Sims, Sr. (Sandman), Phyllis Yvonne Stickley (comic), Audra Cassell (dancer), Herman Johnson (lead guitarist), Betty Du Chantier (singer), Ralph Cooper II, Latasha Spencer (The Gospel Princess)

The Palladium nightclub
Area nightclub
Andy's Screentest
Antonia (actress)
Randall Krebs (model/actor)
John O'Leary (pastor
Tyler K. Smith (artist)


100 Boots by Eleanor Antin (conceptual artist)
Hipsway (band) with Grahame Skinner, Pim Jones and Harry Travers

Dial M for Model (fringe show) with L.K. Aubrey (producer), Stephen Pell (drag), Peter Kwaloff, John Epperson, Edgar Oliver and Janis Wilcoff

Broadway Babes/Dudes of 1987 segment with David Leigh (fashion), Paul Shaffer, Tommy Tune and Liliane Montevecchi

Julie Brown
The Ramones
Konk (band)
Elizabeth Cannon (fashion)
Paul Lekakis sings Boom Boom
Michelangelo Signorile
John Sex
Courtney Love
Robbi Nevil

Andy Warhol's Memorial Mass with Brigid Berlin reading from the Book of Wisdom and testimony by John Richardson and Yoko Ono and various shots of attendees including David Hockney.

Andy Warhol

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