Alice Cooper filmography
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This is an incomplete filmography of appearances by Alice Cooper (as a person and as a band) in movies and television, and other visual media.
- Diary of a Mad Housewife feature film – starring Carrie Snodgress (see Neil Young) and Richard Benjamin with the original Alice Cooper Band in a cameo appearance performing at a "loft party"
- Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper concert/feature film
- Episode of The Snoop Sisters, guest star. Alice Cooper performs "Sick Things" solo.
- Alice Cooper: The Nightmare TV special
- Welcome to My Nightmare concert film
- Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band feature film
- Episode of The Muppet Show, guest star
- Singing Waiter in Mae West film Sextette
- The Strange Case of Alice Cooper concert video
- Monster Dog feature film
- The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years documentary film – interview snippets of Alice throughout the film
- Alice Cooper Trashes the World concert video
- Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare feature film as Mr. Underwood
- Wayne's World feature film
- Episode of Something Wilder – "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper"
- Episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast – "Girlie Show"
- A Fistful of Alice TV special
- Alice Cooper: Brutally Live concert video
- Episode "Radio Daze" of That '70s Show: Alice Cooper made a mid-show cameo where he is in Eric Forman's dream, and a cameo in the end credits where he is playing Dungeons and Dragons.
- The Attic Expeditions feature film
- Metal: A Headbanger's Journey documentary film
- Episode of Monk – "Mr. Monk and the Garbage Strike" episode: Alice Cooper appeared as a murder suspect in a fantasy sequence.
- Alice Cooper: Live at Montreux concert video
- Suck feature film
2010 Alice Cooper Theatre of Death Live at Hammersmith 2009 Concert Video
- Road to Wacken Live performance in 3D and interviews
- Skum Rocks! – Narrator
- Super Duper Alice Cooper - Documentary tracing the beginnings of Alice's musical career through the "blackout albums": period of the early 1980s to his triumphant comeback with his 1986 "The Nightmare Returns" tour and Constrictor';' album