The Wrecking Crew is documentary about contemporary pop history and a must-see for anyone who’s ever picked up an instrument, collected music, or in any way has loved-pop music. The film will be showing at the Arclight Cinema in Hollywood August 22-28. This is most likely your last chance to see this film in LA.

Director/Writer Denny Tedesco’s chronicle of pop music’s Heyday delves back to the late 50s, the 60s and the 70s, an era of all night recording sessions in cramped, smoke-filled rooms, when real musicianship was not only appreciated, it was demanded. Stocked with rare, historical footage and interviews with the groups members along with testimonials from music giants Nancy Sinatra, Lou Adler, Dick Clark, Herb Alpert, Glen Campbell, Cher, Brian Wilson, Jimmy Webb, Roger McGuinn, Gary Lewis among many others.

When: August 22-28, 2008

  • 8/22 – 2:15, 7:00pm (Q&A)
  • 8/23 – 4:30 (Q&A), 9:45pm (Q&A)
  • 8/24 – 12:10pm, 7:00 (Q&A)
  • 8/25 – 2:15, 8:45pm
  • 8/26 – 12:10pm, 4:20
  • 8/27 – 2:15, 7:00
  • 8/28 – 4:30, 9:45pm


Arclight Theatre – Hollywood
6360 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

Tickets :Available Online