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Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper

Video by Alice Cooper

1974 Cinema
2005 DVD

Hard rock, heavy metal, shock rock


Shout! Factory
Eagle Vision

Alice Cooper chronology

Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper
Welcome To My Nightmare

Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper is a 1974 feature film starring Alice Cooper. The movie primarily features live concert footage of the Alice Cooper band on their record-breaking Billion Dollar Babies tour, filmed in Texas (mostly at the Sam Houston Coliseum) in April 1973,[1] with some footage from other tour stops, including the Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon, intercut with ‘comedy’ scenes of a German film director chasing the “Cooper gang” for revenge after they abandoned his would-be masterpiece movie.
Two versions of the film exist. The alternate version was issued for its original theatrical release across the US in 1974. Poorly edited and virtually unscripted, the ‘storyline’ segments of the original version were replaced with B/W excerpts of scenes from old Hollywood movies.[2] Despite this the film still failed at the box office. This version of the film remains commercially unreleased, although bootleg copies have been circulating amongst fans and at Record Fairs readily since the early-1980s. The original version of the film was eventually restored and released in 2005 on DVD, which includes Cooper providing insightful audio commentary. On September 14, 2010 Shout! Factory released the film (original version) on Blu-ray for the first time.
The film provides a glimpse of a far less family-friendly Alice Cooper than that portrayed in the Welcome to My Nightmare concert film (shot two years later on the lead singer’s first solo tour). The concert segments were performed by the original five-piece band (plus two live session musicians) at their artistic and commercial peak, and there is ample evidence of the behaviour and implications which made the early Alice Cooper character such a controversial figure. The heavy sarcasm, pointed social satire (mannequin stage-props equipped with pubic hair, skewered baby dolls, a bloody ‘execution’ sequence, and in the show’s finale, when an American flag is un