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Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper (1974)

PG | | Comedy, Horror, Music | 30 May 1974 (USA)
Concert plus fictional footage.


Joe Gannon


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Credited cast:
Alice Cooper ... Himself - Vocals
Dennis Dunaway Dennis Dunaway ... Himself - Bass, Backing Vocals
Michael Bruce Michael Bruce ... Himself - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Neal Smith Neal Smith ... Himself - Drums
Glen Buxton Glen Buxton ... Himself - Guitar
Mick Mashbir Mick Mashbir ... Himself - Guitar
Bob Dolin Bob Dolin ... Himself - Keyboards
James Randi ... Dentist / Executioner
Cindy Smith Cindy Smith ... Dancing Tooth
Richard M. Dixon Richard M. Dixon ... President Nixon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jefferson Kewley Jefferson Kewley ... Baron Krelve / Henchman
Pat McAllister Pat McAllister ... Producer / Rancher / Box Office Manager
Fred Smoot ... Lone Ranger / Security Guard / Director


Concert plus fictional footage.

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Comedy | Horror | Music


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Release Date:

30 May 1974 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Hard Hearted Alice See more »

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Production Co:

Penthouse Productions See more »
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Did You Know?


Alice claims in the commentary track on the DVD that the reason he used snakes in his theatrical show is because he was scared and jumped in panic at a woman's small, two-foot snake backstage in a show in Florida. He figured that if he was this panicked by a small snake, the audience reacting to a much larger snake and his reactions would make for good setpieces. See more »


The end credits refer to the concert portions being shot on the "Billion Dollar Baby" tour. The last word should be "Babies." See more »

Crazy Credits

The final thing seen in the credits is "THE END?" (with a question mark, implying the story could potentially not be over). See more »

Alternate Versions

There are two versions of the film. The original version with the "director" storyline, which was later released officially on home video, and an alternative version shown in theaters in the 1970s, with the "director" story replaced with clips from old horror movies; this version was never officially released on video but is available as a bootleg. See more »


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the original Alice Cooper group in their prime
14 January 2001 | by gish1897See all my reviews

This film does a bang-up job at capturing the live feel of the original Alice Cooper group's 1973 "Billion Dollar Babies" tour. In this viewer's opinion, this was Alice Cooper at his prime. Too bad this has never been produced and distributed on video or dvd....it's a great time capsule of the earliest origins of shock rock.

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