Car Wash

Car Wash

Director: Michael Schultz Cast: Franklyn Ajaye, Sully Boyar, Richard Brestoff

DVD (Wide Screen)

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Starring Richard Pryor and George Carlin, the 1976 comedy Car Wash gets a widescreen DVD release from Universal. The original mono soundtrack is presented in English. A French-dubbed soundtrack is also available. Optional subtitles come in English, Spanish, and French. Closed captions are accessible. The only special feature is the original theatrical trailer. This disc is a slight improvement on the full-frame Good Times release in 2001, which still delivers the nostalgic soundtrack and dated '70s fashions that helped make it a cult favorite.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/06/2003
UPC: 0025192274725
Original Release: 1976
Rating: PG
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Mono]
Time: 1:37:00
Sales rank: 3,230

Special Features

Original theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Franklyn Ajaye T.C.
Sully Boyar Mr. b.
Richard Brestoff Irwin
George Carlin Taxi Driver
Irwin Corey Mad bomber
Ivan Dixon Lonnie
Bill Duke Duane
Antonio Fargas Lindy
Michael Fennell Calvin
Arthur French Charlie
Lorraine Gary Hysterical Lady/ Miss Beverly Hills
Darrow Igus Floyd
Leonard Jackson Earl
DeWayne Jessie Lloyd
Lauren Jones Marleen
Jack Kehoe Scruggs
Henry Kingi Goody
Melanie Mayron Marsha
Garrett Morris Slide
Clarence Muse Snapper
Leon Pinkney Justin
Pointer Sisters The Wilson Sisters
Richard Pryor Daddy Rich
Tracy Reed Mona
Pepe Serna Chuco
James Spinks Hippo
Ray Vitte Geronimo
Ren Woods Loretta
Ben Frommer Actor
Reginald H. Farmer Actor
John Linson Actor
Carmine Caridi Foolish Father
Anita Pointer Actor
Bonnie Pointer Actor
June Pointer Actor
Ruth Pointer Actor
Antonie Becker Charlene
Erin Blunt Lonnie's Son
Derek Schultz Foolish Father's Son
Otis Sistrunk Otis
Tim Thomerson Ken
Jason Bernard Parole Officer
Jay Butler AM Disc Jockey
J.J. Jackson 2nd PM Disc Jockey
Danny DeVito Actor
Sarina Grant Newscaster

Technical Credits
Michael Schultz Director
Phil Bowles Asst. Director
Willie D. Burton Sound/Sound Designer
Robert Clatworthy Art Director
Chuck Crafts Makeup
Christopher Holmes Editor
Robert L. Hoyt Sound/Sound Designer
Art Linson Producer
Anthony C. Montenaro Set Decoration/Design
Daniel Paredes Costumes/Costume Designer
Don Phillips Associate Producer,Casting
Joel Schumacher Screenwriter
Frank Stanley Cinematographer
Gary Stromberg Producer
Norman Whitfield Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Titles [2:21]
2. Good Morning [4:37]
3. Open for Business [9:32]
4. Mr. B [3:03]
5. The Boss's Son [11:56]
6. Daddy Rich [8:58]
7. Sparky [4:00]
8. Lend Me Your Ears [3:43]
9. Next to You [11:14]
10. Justin's Dream [2:13]
11. Hippo and Marlene [4:22]
12. The Bomber [6:04]
13. Marsha's Date [4:37]
14. Abdullah Gets Fired [2:54]
15. The Radio Contest [4:39]
16. The Locker Room [4:13]
17. Going Home [5:06]
18. End Titles [2:42]

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If you watch Car Wash expecting to get a lot of laughs, you are in for a disappointment. There are some comic moments here and there, but they are only accents to a story about race and class in America. This story, set in LA, features characters from all walks of life. There is the priveledged owner of the car wash who hopes to draw in customers by offering real live workers rather than machines, the college educated son of the owner who is trying to live out his romanitcized idea of joining the working class, the Rev. Rich who preaches the righteousness of the dollar, all interacting with a the cast of the car wash employees, who are all from the same underpriveledged walk of life but have their own distinct dreams and ideas about how to attain them. Locals such as a neighborhood kid with a skateboard, an off-duty hooker, and the local shoe-shine are audience to the ups and downs of a day in the life of the car wash.