Terminal Bar: Porters, Bouncers, and Bartenders





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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2010

For ten years, Sheldon Nadelman took thousands of black and white photographs while bartending at the Terminal Bar, Times Square's most notorious watering hole of the 1970s. Murray Goldman, the bar's owner since 1957 was Sheldon's father-in-law as well as the filmmaker's grandfather.

In Porters, Bouncers, and Bartenders, the third installment of the Terminal Bar series, we explore the staff who worked at the bar during Sheldon's decade-long stint. The interviews of Sheldon were shot in the year 2000.

• voiceover by Tom Clifford: http://voiceoverguy.tv/
• narrated text written by Oorde Coombes from the article "The Roughest Bar In Town" December 1, 1980
• music by Dick Zved
• sound assistant Kris Hutchison

More info on the original 22 minute Terminal Bar short film can be found here:

For the preceding installment "Pimps and Prostitutes": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdyZ9L...

visit Sheldon's blog and see his other work: http://mynameisdoom.blogspot.com/

To see more of Stefan's work visit http://www.touristpictures.com


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