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You Think You Really Know Me: The Gary Wilson Story (2005)

A documentary about musical genius Gary Wilson. Hailing from a small town in New York State, he revolutionized music forever.

Director:

Michael Wolk
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gary Wilson Gary Wilson ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christina Bates Christina Bates ... Herself - Motel Records
Butch Bottino Butch Bottino ... Himself - The Blind Dates
Terrence Burke Terrence Burke ... Himself
Frank Doris Frank Doris ... Himself
Donnie Finnell Donnie Finnell ... Himself
Shauna Guidici Shauna Guidici ... Herself
Dave Haney Dave Haney ... Himself - The Blind Dates
Duane Harriott Duane Harriott ... Himself
Rossie Harris ... Himself (as Ross Harris)
Dan Hougland Dan Hougland ... Himself
Gary Iacovelli Gary Iacovelli ... Himself - The Blind Dates
Rick Iacovelli Rick Iacovelli ... Himself - The Blind Dates
Joe Lunga Joe Lunga ... Himself - The Blind Dates
Kyle Martin Kyle Martin ... Himself
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A documentary about musical genius Gary Wilson. Hailing from a small town in New York State, he revolutionized music forever.

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You think you really know him?


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Official Sites:

Gorgeous Entertainment

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 June 2008 (USA) See more »

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Gorgeous Entertainment See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color
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Connections

Features Carnival of Souls (1962) See more »

Soundtracks

Shauna Made Me Cry
(1975)
by Gary Wilson
Courtesy of BMI and/or Motel Records
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Fantastically Retro
13 July 2006 | by dmd-pvtSee all my reviews

I had the pleasure of seeing this film with several friends in New York. I have to say, I found it rather complex as well as gripping in many ways. I walked away feeling rather nostalgic. I suppose this is relative due to my generation, myself having been a child of the 70's. I think it was artistically brilliant and a bit 'film noir'. I can't speak for anyone else but I honestly went home and pulled out some old vinyl records and changed into a pair of well worn 'hip hugger' bell bottoms. Meanwhile, my girlfriend felt inspired to throw on her peddle pushers of yester year..yeah 'low riders', 'capri pants'.. Retro. It was a deja vu experience and I'm glad I've kept my record player!


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