Shortfilms

Tiger Morse (Reel 14 of ****)

Andy Warhol
USA 1967
33min
V'14

TIGER MORSE is one of five reels that Warhol shot of designer, boutique owner, and mod fashion guru Joan ‘Tiger’ Morse. Morse gained notoriety for her vinyl light-up mini dresses and her embrace of all things silver. Filmed in early 1967 at the Teeny Weeny, her plastic space-age boutique, TIGER MORSE (REEL 14 OF****) features an amphetamine-fueled 33-minute soliloquy on ‘screwing’, love, speed, and mirrored disco balls. The footage was later inserted as Reel 14 into Warhol’s epic 25-hour film composer.json composer.lock config config-solr-7.x cybuild.deploy.tasks cybuild.dist.ignore cybuild.nodejs.tasks d7-download-cache d7-files db-dumps docker-compose.yml drupal.salt drush keys phpunit.xml README.md scripts src v19-export v19-export.tar.bz2 vendor web (FOUR STARS)” (Claire K. Henry, The Andy Warhol Film Project) 

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Credits
  • Andy Warhol
  • Andy Warhol
  • The Circulating Film & Video Library
  • The Museum of Modern Art
  • Joan «Tiger» Morse
Andy Warhol
The Andy Warhol Museum, a Museum of the Carnegie Institute
16 mm
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