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Donnie Dacus is a Actor American born on 12 october 1951

Donnie Dacus

Donnie Dacus
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Nationality USA
Birth 12 october 1951 (67 years)

Donnie Dacus (né le 12 octobre 1951 à Galena Park, Texas, États-Unis) est un guitariste et parolier américain. Il a notamment travaillé avec Stephen Stills de Crosby, Stills & Nash au début des années 1970, et avec le groupe Chicago en 1978 et 1979.

Dans le film Hair, réalisé par Milos Forman en 1979, il tient le rôle du hippie Woof.

Best films

Hair (1979)
(Actor)

Usually with

Miloš Forman
Miloš Forman
(1 films)
Melba Moore
Melba Moore
(1 films)
James Rado
James Rado
(1 films)
Dorsey Wright
Dorsey Wright
(1 films)
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Filmography of Donnie Dacus (1 films)

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Actor

Hair
Hair (1979)
, 2h1
Directed by Miloš Forman
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Historical, Musical
Themes Dance films, Films about music and musicians, Films about religion, Théâtre, Musical films, Political films, Films based on plays, Films based on musicals
Actors John Savage, Treat Williams, Beverly D'Angelo, Donnie Dacus, Annie Golden, Dorsey Wright
Roles Woof Daschund
Rating75% 3.798733.798733.798733.798733.79873
Claude Hooper Bukowski, an Oklahoma farm boy, heads to New York City to enter the Army and serve in the Vietnam War. In Central Park, he meets a troupe of free-spirited hippies led by George Berger, a young man who introduces him to debutante Sheila Franklin when they crash a dinner party at her home. Inevitably, Claude is sent off to recruit training in Nevada, but Berger and his band of merry pranksters - including Woof Daschund, LaFayette "Hud" Johnson, and pregnant Jeannie Ryan - follow him to give a sendoff. They are met at the base's main gate by a surly MP, who doesn't like their looks and demands that they leave. Accordingly, Sheila flirts with an off-duty Sergeant in order to steal his uniform, which she gives to Berger. He uses it to extract Claude from the base for a last meeting with Sheila, taking his place. However, while Claude is away, the unit is suddenly rallied and flown out to Vietnam; Berger, whose ruse is somehow never detected, is taken with them. The film ends with the main cast singing at Berger's grave, followed by scenes of a large anti-war protest outside the White House in Washington, DC.