Car Wash is a mixture of episodic jokes and scenes, that are hung together with songs, an inter-changing cast of characters and an irreverent political playfulness. It is the kind of film that can have a character wearing a Mao shirt, pulling… Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On February 18, 1977, film clips from the movie 'Car Wash' were aired on the NBC-TV late-night musical variety program, 'The Midnight Special', at the time the movie was playing in theaters across the U.S.A., it had it's world premier in New York City on October 15th, 1976…
Directed by DJ Pooh. With Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Anthony Albano, Tic. Life at the car wash is a place where anything can and does happen to two friends (Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg) trying to earn money to pay their rent.
Car wash movie songs. Synopsis. On a Friday July morning in downtown Los Angeles, a middle aged ex-convict, Lonnie (Ivan Dixon), greets his fellow workers at the Dee-Lux Car Wash, including: Hippo (James Spinks), a large good natured man; Snapper (Clarence Muse), an elderly shoe shiner; Geronimo (Ray Vitte), a thin, African-American with feathers in his hair; Goody (Henry Kingi), a Native American who wears a hat. referencing Car Wash (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), 2xLP, Album, Gat, MCA2-6000 Auto-coupled release – sides 1 and 4 printed on the first LP while sides 2 and 3 were on the second; this process was common on albums released between 1966 and 1974 because it made it easier to play the sides in the correct order on the automatic record. Carl’s Car Wash is a suds-sational cartoon for kids who love all kinds of transportation. Tune in each episode to see what kinds of vehicles take a trip through Carl’s fantastic car wash! Fire trucks, garbage trucks, helicopters, even UFOs…everyone knows that Carl’s is the place to go to get all cleaned up.
Is the Car Wash ( Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. It always brings back, the happiest times. Of my whole life! The Car Wash Original Soundtrack. Will always hold, a special place in my heart. It's a timeless, masterpiece to me. My highlight songs, on the soundtrack are: The mega R&B/ disco hit. Car Wash) Track 1) Is a genius song! Editors’ Notes Sometimes a soundtrack is far more than an incidental supplement to the film that spawned it. Case in point: the soundtrack to the 1976 comedy Car Wash, seized by producer extraordinaire Norman Whitfield as an opportunity to debut Rose Royce, his first act since leaving Motown.With Whitfield at the helm, the L.A. R&B powerhouse waxed a masterpiece that packed no less than. Car Wash is a 1976 American comedy film that follows a day in the life of a group of people who work at a car wash. The title song Car Wash was a number one hit for the band Rose Royce, and the soundtrack for the film won an award for the best movie soundtrack.
The movie, featuring appearances by Richard Pryor, George Carlin, Antonio Fargas and The Pointer Sisters, was filmed at an actual car wash located on the corner of Rampart and 6th street in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, that famed car wash has been torn down and replaced by a nondescript shopping mall. Car Wash Lyrics: Ooh, you might not ever get rich / But let me tell you it's better than digging a ditch / There ain't no telling who you might meet / A movie star or maybe even an Indian chief This double album, the soundtrack to a hit 1976 urban-themed comedy starring Richard Pryor and George Carlin, was also the debut album for funk hitmakers Rose Royce.Although they had already recorded most of a non-soundtrack album prior to Car Wash, their producer and Svengali Norman Whitfield insisted that they put that aside when he got the opportunity to write the score for this film.
1967's Cool Hand Luke is an amazing prison themed flick featuring Paul Newman, one of the greatest actors of all time, as an inmate who flat out refuses to submit to the authority of life behind bars.It may well be the first of the sexy car wash scenes in movie history. While Luke (Newman) and his fellow convicts are working one day, a gorgeous southern blonde struts up to a vehicle on a. Car Wash (1976) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Car Wash (1976) SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more…
Car Wash: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is a soundtrack double album released by the funk band Rose Royce on the MCA label in September 1976. It was produced by Norman Whitfield.It is the soundtrack/film score to the 1976 hit comedy Car Wash that featured Richard Pryor and George Carlin and is also the debut album for Rose Royce. According to Songfacts, Norman Whitfield, who wrote many Motown classics, was commissioned to write songs for the soundtrack of the movie Car Wash. He was having a meal of Kentucky Fried Chicken (it wasn't called KFC back then) while watching a basketball game, when inspiration struck. He wrote the lyrics on the bag containing the chicken. Comments: 6. Joespagg from Nyc Come summer, the work gets kinda hard; Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On February 18, 1977, film clips from the movie 'Car Wash' were aired on the NBC-TV late-night musical variety program, 'The Midnight Special', at the time the movie was playing in theaters across the U.S.A., it had it's world premier in New York City on October 15th, 1976…
The group was allowed to watch the filming of the movie and kept Whitfield abreast of its plot line. Written and produced by Whitfield, Rose Royce's "Car Wash" went platinum, selling over two million copies, holding the number one R&B spot for two weeks while going to number one pop in late 1976. Written by Joel Schumaker and directed by Michael Schultz, this musical comedy/drama follows the goings-on of a Los Angeles car wash and the antics of it's multi-racial staff and customers. Car Wash is a 1976 American comedy film released by Universal Pictures.The film was directed by Michael Schultz from a screenplay by Joel Schumacher.Starring Franklyn Ajaye, Bill Duke, George Carlin, Irwin Corey, Ivan Dixon, Antonio Fargas, Jack Kehoe, Clarence Muse, Lorraine Gary, The Pointer Sisters, and Richard Pryor, Car Wash is an episodic comedy about a day in the lives of the employees.
Directed by Michael Schultz. With Richard Pryor, Franklyn Ajaye, Ivan Dixon, Otis Day. A comedic take on the daily life of car-wash employees, chronicling their hopes, fears, joys, dreams, and tribulations, and meeting some eccentric customers along the way. Car Wash soundtrack from 1976, composed by Rose Royce, Norman Whitfield. Released by MCA in 1976 (11502) containing music from Car Wash (1976). Synopsis: Car Wash is about a close-knit group of employees who one day have all manner of strange visitors coming onto their forecourt, including Richard Pryor as a preaching 'wonder-man' who is loved by most but loathed by one, and a man who looks like a thief by the way he is holding his bottle, but it is really his urine sample as he is off to the hospital.
The soundtrack's highlight comes on "Bad Intentions," one of Dre's most club-oriented songs ever. Overall, The Wash could use a few more standout moments. The D12 and Bubba Sparxxx songs are impressive but unfortunately out of place on such a West Coast-centric album.