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Subject: Beck, List of punk films, Los Lobos, Carel Struycken, The Blasters, The Screamers, Maila Nurmi, The Cockettes, Tomata du Plenty, List of musical films by year
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Population: 1

Population: 1
File:Population One (1986 film).jpg
Directed by Rene Daalder
Written by Rene Daalder
Release date(s) 1986

Population: 1 is a 1986 punk rock musical film written and directed by Rene Daalder.

The film stars Tomata du Plenty of the Screamers as a defense contractor who somehow becomes the sole survivor of a nuclear holocaust. In his solitude, he traces the history of U.S. civilization in the 20th century through musical numbers featuring himself and 1980s punk diva Sheela Edwards.[1]

The film features early appearances by members of Los Lobos, Beck (at 12 years old), Vampira (Maila Nurmi), Penelope Houston, Carel Struycken, K.K. Barrett, Mike Doud and El Duce.[2]

Cast (in credits order) Tomata Du Plenty (as Tomata DuPlenty), Dino Lee (as Dino Lee Bird), Helen Heaven, Sheela Edwards, Nancye Ferguson, Holly Small, Jane Gaskill, El Duce, Tony Baldwin, Gorilla Rose, Tequila Mockingbird, Anthony-James Ryan (as A. James Ryan), Mike Doud, Steve Berlin, David Campbell, K.K. Barrett (as Keith 'KK' Barrett), Steve Hufsteter Robert Alexander (as Rob Wray), Beck (as Beck Campbell), Gino Havens (as Geno Havens), Mari-Sol GarcĂ­a (as Mari-Sol Garcia), Tommy Gear, Al Hansen, Maicol Sinatra, Susan Ensley, Jean Leider, Paul Ambrose, Chase Holiday Penelope Houston, Jeff Laing.

Population: 1 was released on DVD in the U.S. in October 2008.[3]


External links

  • Population: 1 Official Website
  • Rene Daadler online
  • in the Internet Movie Database

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