Levon Helm

Levon Helm

Highest Rated: 98% The Last Waltz (1978)

Lowest Rated: 11% Fire Down Below (1997)

Birthday: May 26, 1940

Birthplace: Marvell, Arkansas, USA

Best known as the drummer for the Band, Levon Helm also occasionally played supporting roles in feature films, beginning with Coal Miner's Daughter (1979).

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Filmography

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87% Ain't In It For My Health: A Film About Levon Helm Actor $99.6K 2013
58% In the Electric Mist General John Bell Hood 2009
47% Shooter Mr. Rate $47.1M 2007
67% The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico Actor 2007
85% The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada Old Man With Radio $5M 2006
No Score Yet Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band: Tour 2003 Actor 2004
No Score Yet Norah Jones and the Handsome Band: Live in 2004 Actor 2004
87% Lightning in a Bottle Actor $78.5K 2004
43% Adventures of Sebastian Cole Juvie Bob 1998
11% Fire Down Below Reverend Goodall 1997
14% Feeling Minnesota Bible Salesman 1996
No Score Yet Levon Helm on Drums and Drumming Actor 1992
No Score Yet Roger Waters - The Wall Live in Berlin Actor 1990
80% Staying Together Denny 1989
60% End of the Line Leo Pickett 1987
No Score Yet Elvis '56 Narrator 1987
No Score Yet Man Outside Sheriff Leland Laughlin 1986
78% Smooth Talk Harry 1985
No Score Yet Best Revenge (Misdeal) Bo 1984
No Score Yet The Dollmaker Clovis 1984
96% The Right Stuff Jack Ridley 1983
86% Coal Miner's Daughter Ted 1980
98% The Last Waltz Actor 1978

QUOTES FROM Levon Helm CHARACTERS

Ted Webb says: I ain't never gonna see you again.

Loretta Lynn says: Yes you will, daddy.

Ted Webb says: Maybe, but I ain't never see my little girl again.

Webb Child says: Hey, how come she gets somethin' extry?

Ted Webb says: Because, your sister's become a young woman.

Webb Child says: Aww, she ain't no woman, she ain't nothin' but a dadburn kid.

Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn says: Mr. Webb, me and Loretta are fixin' to get married tomorrow, it's alright with you.

Ted Webb says: Go ask Clary.

Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn says: (walks through the house to the kitchen)

Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn says: Miss Webb, me and Loretta are thinkin' about gettin' married tomorrow.

Clara Webb says: Go ask Ted.

Loretta Lynn says: Doolittle, what are you doin'?

Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn says: (walks back onto the porch, then back into the house)

Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn says: Ted says go asks Clary; Clary says go ask Ted; I don't know.

Loretta Lynn says: Wait 'till they go to bed; then you can catch them together. 'Less they'll keep you runnin' back and forth all night long.

Jack Ridley/Narrator says: There was a demon that lived in the air. They said whoever challenged him would die. Their controls would freeze up. Their planes would buffet wildly and they would disintegrate. The demon lived at mach 1 on the meter, 750 miles an hour, where the air could no longer move out of the way. He lived behind a barrier through which they said no man could ever pass. They called it the sound barrier.