These original movie costumes and props are from Taking Woodstock the comedy about the generation-defining concert in the summer of 1969. This display was photographed at ArcLight Hollywood on August 19, 2009.
Taking Woodstock movie costume and prop exhibit
The film's costumes were designed by Joseph G. Aulisi, who also worked on the wardrode for the Charlie's Angels and the Steve Martin Pink Panther movies.
Actual costumes worn by Liev Schreiber
and Demetri Martin in Taking Woodstock
Included in the costumes was the outfit worn by Liev Schreiber as 'Vilma', a woman with a secret, which she reveals to 'Elliot Teichberg' (Demetri Martin) in her introductory scene.
Elliot moves back upstate from Greenwich Village, New York to help his family run their dilapidated Catskills motel, The El Monaco. Elliot wears the Baja pullover on the right when he misplaces his own clothing during Woodstock.
Original costume worn by Jonathan Groff as 'Michael Lang'
The costume on the right is 'Michael Lang's' (Jonathan Groff) signature look complete with muddy boots used for riding through the fields after Woodstock is over.
T-shirt with the Woodstock logo
worn by some of the volunteers in the movie
Taking Woodstock movie poster
Original movie props used in Taking Woodstock
The film exhibit at Arclight Hollywood also featured an array of original props from the movie, including a baseball ball that Elliot's dad, 'Jake Teichberg' (played by Henry Goodman), uses to chase some hippies off his land accompanied by Vilma for protection.
The Teichberg's neighbour, 'Max Yagur' (Eguene Levy), is the only one in town with enough land to hold the music festival that would become Woodstock. His milk is served during negotiations.
One of the character's in the movie has a secret past as a cigar smoking G.I.
Buy the original film soundtrack in the USA: Taking Woodstock