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Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes (1985-1987)
Television Series

Andy Warhol was the Executive Producer of three separately named television series: Fashion (1979-80); Andy Warhol's T.V. (1980-83); and Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes (1985-1987). The first series of Andy Warhol's TV was on Manhattan Cable TV. The second series was on the Madison Square Network.

Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes

1" videotape, colour, sound
5 thirty minute episodes (including pilot)

First television series produced by the newly-named Andy Warhol's TV Productions. Co-produced with MTV. Conceived by Andy Warhol. Director: Don Munroe. Producer: Vincent Fremont. Executive Director: Andy Warhol. Associate Producer: Fred Hughes. Production Manager: Sue Etkin. Production Coordinator: Jay Shriver. Post-Production Coordinator: Kate Miller. Production Assistants: Augusto Bugarin, Mike Walsh, Ben Hollander, James Perry, Mark Hammer. Writers: Don Munroe, Andy Warhol, Vincent Fremont. Videotape Editor: Gregg Featherman. Electronic Graphics: K. Peaslee, Sima Malah. Music Researcher: Ben Hallander. Post-Production: Nexus Productions, Inc. Original Music: Chris Stein. Announcer: Debbie Harry.

Pilot (1985)

Nick Rhodes, Andy Warhol, Stephen Sprouse, Debbie Harry, Ariane, Christiaan, Michael McGale, Salvator Xuereb, Katherine Hammond, Nick Camen, Linda Mason, Smutty Smiff, Bryan Adams, Randal Krebs, Charlie Clough, Dianne Brill, John O'Leary, Phoebe Cates, Ric Ocasek, Susan Hess, Tyler K. Smith, the Apollo, Emanon Johnson, Ralph Cooper Senior, Howard B. Sims Senior ("Sandman"), Phyllis Yvonne Stickley, Audra Cassell, Herman Johnson, Betty Du Chantier, Ralph Cooper II, Latasha Spencer

Episode 1 (1986)

Robin Leach, Jerry Hall, Andy Warhol, Debbie Harry, the Pyramid Club, Jelly Joplin, Hapi Phace, John Kelly, Dagmar Onassis, the Lady Bunny, Dean Johnson, Terry Toy, Area, 4D, Katharine Hamnett, Marla Kay, Anna Johnson, Eric Perram, Tracy Johns, Paulina Porizkova, Sally Kirkland, The Parachute Club, Bryan Adams, John Oates, Andy Warhol, Billy Bryans, Lorraine Segato, Moon and Dweezil Zappa, Curiosity Killed the Cat, Tama Janowitz, Lypsinka, Carla Steimer

Episode 2 (1987)

Grace Jones, Kenny Scharf, Andy Warhol, Marc Jacobs, Peter Beard, Keith Haring, Kevin Dillon, John C. McGinley, Francesco Quinn, Angel Estrada, William S. Burroughs, Chris Stein, Elizabeth Peña, Gregory Abbott, Das Furlines, Judd Nelson, Isabel & Ruben Toledo, Angel Colon, Carla Steimer, Tama Janowitz

Episode 3 (1987)

Regina Beukes, Miriam Bendahan, Suzanne Lanza, Andy Warhol, the Fleshtones, Moto Fashion by Michael Schmidt and Anita Martire, the Tunnel, Rudolph, the Gold Bar, Thomas Leeser, Carla Steimer, Alan Jones, the Mudd Club, Brook Larsen, Robert Longo, Heather Watts, Michael Torke, Jack Soto, Victor Love, Bo Diddley, Jeffrey W. Reynolds, Suzan Hanson, Eric Fraad, Christopher O'Riley, Saqqara Dogs (Ruby Ray, Bond Bergland, Sync 66, Hearn Gadbois), Bobbi Humphrey, Ian McKellen

Episode 4 (1987)

Eleanor Antin, Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, Jerry Hall, Ric Ocasek, Boomerang, Hipsway (Grahame Skinner, Pim Jones, Harry Travers), L.K. Aubrey, Stephen Pell, Peter Kwaloff, John Epperson, Edgar Oliver, Janis Wikoff, Paul Shaffer, Tommy Tune, Lilliane Montevecchi, Julie Brown, the Ramones, Top Cat Studios, Konk, Elizabeth Cannon fashions, Boom (Paul Lekakis), Michelangelo Signorile, John Sex, Michael Todd Room, Courtney Love, Robbie Nevil, Andy Warhol's memorial service, Brigid Berlin, John Richardson, Yoko Ono

to: Fashion | Andy Warhol's TV (Manhattan Cable TV) | Andy Warhol's TV (Madison Square Network)

Source: Greg Pierce, "On TV 1979-1987," in Eva Meyer-Hermann (ed.), Andy Warhol: A Guide to 706 Items in 2 Hours 56 Minutes (Rotterdam: NAi Publishers, 2007)

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