Bound for Glory
Monday, September 10, 2018
“Bound for Glory is outstanding biographical cinema, not only of the late Woody Guthrie but also of the 1930s Depression era which served to disillusion, inspire and radicalize him and millions of other Americans. The plot [based on Guthrie’s autobiography] advances smoothly and sensitively through about six major phases of Guthrie’s earlier life: the natural tragedy of the southwest dust bowl; Guthrie’s transit to California; his exposure to the horrors in the migrant worker valleys; his initial radio career; his political activism, finally his decision to strike out for large urban areas where his songs and experience might add some momentum to change.” – Variety (1975)
Part of the series “Hal Ashby: The Seventies.” Double-bill admission at select shows – tickets purchased to the 12:00pm show of BOUND FOR GLORY includes complimentary admission to the same-day 2:45pm screening of HAL. Ticketholders for the 6:45pm screening of HAL may claim a complimentary ticket to the 8:50pm screening of BOUND FOR GLORY. Complimentary tickets must be claimed from the IFC Center box office. Offer is not redeemable to other days or showtimes.
- Country USA
- Year 1976
- Running Time 147 minutes
- Director Hal Ashby
- Writer Robert Getchell (screenplay), Woody Guthrie (autobiography)
- Editor Pembroke J. Herring, Robert C. Jones
- Cinematographer Haskell Wexler
- Cast David Carradine, Ronny Cox, Melinda Dillon, Gail Strickland
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