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The Chelsea Girls (1966)
Room Numbers

Although the program for the premiere of The Chelsea Girls on September 15, 1966 listed the following room numbers at the Chelsea Hotel for sequences from he film, the rooms listed were fakes. "The John" sequence, for instance, was actually shot at George Plimpton's tudor city apartment in manhattan and not at the Chelsea. (B061205)

The Pope Ondine Story: Room 732
Ondine, Angelina 'Pepper' Davis, Ingrid Superstar, Albert Rene Ricard, Mary Woronov, International Velvet, Ronna

The Gerard Malanga Story: Room 422
Marie Menken, Mary Woronov, Gerard Malanga

George's Room: Room 946

Hanoi Hannah (Queen of China): Room 116
Mary Woronov, International Velvet, Ingrid Superstar, Angelina 'Pepper' Davis (written by Ronald Tavel)

Afternoon: Room 202
This was the footage of Edie Sedgwick that was cut from the film after she left the Factory.

The John: Room 632
Ed Hood, Patrick Fleming, Mario Montez, Angelina 'Pepper' Davis, International Velvet, Mary Woronov, Gerard Malanga, Rene Ricard, Ingrid Superstar

The Trip: Room 416

The Closet: Room 822
This sequence stars Nico and Randy Bourscheidt who are living inside a closet. It was dropped from the original Chelsea Girls and has since been re-released as a separate 66 minute film called The Closet credited as having been made in 1965. (BN74/TM)

Jonas Mekas' list of sequences for The Chelsea Girls also includes a credit for strobe lighting by Billy Name during the Their Town - Eric Emerson segment. (SG148)

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