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1953 Was a Good Year for Leaving Home

Next Stop, Greenwich Village

An aspiring Jewish actor moves out of his parents' Brooklyn apartment to seek his fortune in the bohemian life of Greenwich Village in 1953.

Credits

Next Stop, Greenwich Village Cast

Name Character
Jeff Goldblum He was 23, now 69 years old as Clyde Baxter
Bill Murray He was 25, now 71 years old as Nick Kessel (uncredited)
Ellen Greene She was 24, now 71 years old as Sarah Roth
Shelley Winters She was 55, 85 years old when she died as Faye Lapinsky
Christopher Walken He was 32, now 79 years old as Robert Fulmer
Stuart Pankin He was 29, now 76 years old as Party Guest (uncredited)
Antonio Fargas He was 29, now 75 years old as Bernstein Chandler
Lois Smith She was 45, now 91 years old as Anita Cunningham
Joe Spinell He was 39, 52 years old when he died as Cop at El Station
Rutanya Alda She was 33, now 79 years old as Party Guest (uncredited)
Vincent Schiavelli He was 27, 57 years old when he died as Rent Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Mazursky He was 45, 84 years old when he died as Casting Director (uncredited)
John C. Becher He was 61, 71 years old when he died as Sid Weinberg - Casting Director
Annie Gagen as Acting Student (uncredited)
Michael Egan He was 110, 81 years old when he died as Herbert Berghof - Acting Coach
Lou Jacobi He was 62, 95 years old when he died as Herb
Mike Kellin He was 53, 61 years old when he died as Ben Lapinsky
Milton Frome He was 66, 80 years old when he died as Drugstore Customer (uncredited)
Denise Galik She was 25, now 71 years old as Denise Galik
Rashel Novikoff She was 78, 82 years old when she died as Mrs. Tupperman
Rochelle Oliver She was 38, now 85 years old as Doctor Marsha
Ray Gill He was 51, 76 years old when he died as (uncredited)
Joe Madden as Old Poet
Dori Brenner She was 29, 53 years old when she died as Connie
John Ford Noonan He was 33, now 79 years old as Barney

Next Stop, Greenwich Village Crew

Name Department
Juliet Taylor as Casting. Production
Philip Rosenberg as Production Design. He was 41 (now 87) years old Art
Arthur J. Ornitz as Director of Photography. He was 59 (68) years old when He died Camera
Edward Stewart as Set Decoration. He was 168 (67) years old when He died Art
Richard Halsey as Editor. He was 36 (now 82) years old Editing
Albert Wolsky as Costume Design. He was 45 (now 91) years old Costume & Make-Up
Bill Conti as Music. He was 33 (now 80) years old Sound
Paul Mazursky as Director. He was 45 (84) years old when He died Directing
Paul Mazursky as Producer. He was 45 (84) years old when He died Production
Paul Mazursky as Writer. He was 45 (84) years old when He died Writing
Sylvia Fay as Casting. Production
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Next Stop, Greenwich Village (46 years)

1953 Was a Good Year for Leaving Home

  • Release day: Wednesday, February 04, 1976
  • Runtime: 111 minutes