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===Story=== The legendary 1969 concert as chronicled in film. It's the concert that defined that generation: Woodstock. But Woodstock wasn't just a concert. It was a movement for peace, for the end of the Vietnam War, as anti war protests were expressed through music that was-at the time-deemed liberating, and was a major moment in the History of the United States of America. Woodstock took home an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1970. ===DVD Features===


Richie HavensHimself
Joan BaezHerself
The WhoThemselves
Joe CockerHimself
Country Joe and the FishThemselves
Arlo GuthrieHimself
Crosby Stills & NashThemselves
Ten Years AfterThemselves
John SebastianHimself
Sly & the Family StoneThemselves
Jimi HendrixHimself
Canned HeatThemselves
Jefferson AirplaneThemselves
Janis JoplinHerself
Richard AlvarezHimself - Cinematographer (uncredited)
Lawrence FerlinghettiHimself (uncredited)
Jerry GarciaHimself (uncredited)
Bill GrahamHimself - Promoter (uncredited)
Michael LangHimself - Executive Producer of Woodstock Festival (uncredited)
Chip MonckHimself - Stage Announcer (uncredited)
Hugh RomneyHimself (uncredited)
Swami SatchidanandaHimself - Guru providing opening address (uncredited)
Sidney WesterfieldHimself - Local merchant giving opening speech (uncredited)
Max YasgurHimself (uncredited)

  • Genre: Documentaries
  • Director: Michael Wadleigh
  • Producer: Wadleigh-Maurice
  • Length: 228 Min
  • Aspect ratio: 2.20:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaMar 26, 1970
    EuropeJul 29, 1994
    JapanJul 4, 1970
  • Ratings
    North AmericaR
  • Blu-ray Release
    North AmericaJun 9, 2009
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaMar 26, 1997
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