Almost Famous Frances McDormand

Almost Famous Frances McDormand

Frances McDormand stars in Almost Famous. The film is the true story of Cameron Crowe's life.
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Almost Famous Philip Seymour Hoffman

Almost Famous Philip Seymour Hoffman

Philip Seymour Hoffman in Almost Famous. Hoffman has passed away at the age of 46.
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Almost Famous Photo

Almost Famous Photo

A photo from Almost Famous.
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William Miller Picture

William Miller Picture

William Miller with the object of his affections, Penny Lane. The rock reporter longs for the groupie... and can't have her. "Almost Famous" is a terrific film.
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Penny Lane Picture

Penny Lane Picture

Penny Lane (Kate Hudson) adorns the cover of the "Almost Famous" DVD. In her breakthrough role, Kate played Penny, notorious rock groupie. Reporter William Miller, though very young, falls head over heels for her and learns many life lessons along the way.
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Stillwater

Stillwater

The fictional band Stillwater, on the verge of making it big, is the focal point of "Almost Famous," the Cameron Crowe film about a teenage reporter assigned to cover them on the road for Rolling Stone.
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Almost Famous Picture

Almost Famous Picture

Almost Famous (2000) was the breakthrough role for Kate Hudson as a rock band groupie, who is the object of the affections of a teen reporter sent to cover the band.
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Almost Famous Quotes

William Miller: [on meeting Stillwater] Russell. Jeff. Ed. Larry. I really love your band. I think the song "Fever Dog" is a big step forward for you guys. I think you guys producing it yourselves, instead of Glyn Johns, was the right thing to do. And the guitar sound... is incendiary. Incendiary. Way to go.
Russell Hammond: Well, don't stop there!
Jeff Bebe: Yeah, come back here! I'm incendiary, too, man!

You, Aaron, are what it's all about. You're real. Your room is real. Your friends are real. Real, man, real. You know? Real. You're more important than all the silly machinery. Silly machinery. And you know it! In 11 years its going to be 1984, man. Think about that!

Russell Hammond