New York Dolls: Live From The Bowery Trailer

New York Dolls: Live From The Bowery Trailer (2011)

"Return of the dolls!" 16 March 2011 66 mins

On March 16th, 2011, to kick off the release of their album "Dancing Backward in High Heels," the New York Dolls, the godfathers of punk and glam rock, took it to the place where it all began, New York City's Lower East Side for a high styled High Def production.

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Cast

David Johansen

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United States 16 March 2011

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