Almost Famous - Theatrical Trailer
Posted on: September 29, 2005
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Focusing on the 1973 Almost Famous concert tour for the band Stillwater, director Cameron Crowe's ALMOST FAMOUS takes a look at 1970s rock culture. The film tells the story of William, who gets a job working for Rolling Stone magazine. He is assigned to cover the tour and travels along with it, making new friends, receiving advice from Lester Bangs, while taking in the strange, fast-paced rock & roll lifestyle.
DVD: Commentary by Cameron Crowe (and his mom); production notes; theatrical trailers; two DVDs and one CD of six Stillwater songs; two versions of the film, including Almost Famous Untitled: The Bootleg Cut (Director's Edition) with 36 minutes of never-before-seen footage and the original cut; behind-the-scenes featurette; deleted scenes with commentary, including Stillwater's Cleveland concert; Cameron Crowe's Top 10 albums of 1973; shooting script with Cameron Crowe's notes; original Rolling Stone articles with commentary; Nancy Wilson's original music, exclusive to the DVD menus; widescreen