New York Doll

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Greg Whiteley's small, tender documentary portrait looks at life after rock 'n' roll as experienced by Arthur (Killer) Kane, the original bassist for the legendary glam-punk band the New York Dolls. After the Dolls broke up in 1975 amid the standard rock madness of drink, drugs and excess, Mr. Kane labored in miserable obscurity on the West Coast, living from hand to mouth, battling drugs, alcohol, depression and poverty, until he went into recovery and found religion. As "New York Doll" sweetly reveals, Mr. Kane belatedly found a kind a peace that culminated with a sweet moment of recognition. Filmed in 2004, the bassist, in his mid-50's, comes across as a soft-spoken, damaged soul who has found refuge and hope in the Mormon Church, in whose Family History Center library he works.

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Director: Greg Whiteley
Producer: Ed Cunningham
Producer: Seth Lewis Gordon
Actor: Morrissey
Actor: Arthur Kane
Actor: David Johansen
Actor: Barbara Kane
Actor: Morrisey
Actor: Sylvain Sylvain
Actor: Bishop Bragg
Actor: Bishop MacGregor
Actor: Brian Koonin
Actor: Chrissie Hynde
Actor: Clem Burke
Actor: Don Letts
Actor: Frank Infante
Actor: Lee Childress
Actor: Mick Jones
Actor: Nina Antonia
Actor: Sammy Yaffa
Actor: Sirius Trixon
Actor: Steve Conte
Actor: Iggy Pop
Actor: Bob Geldof

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