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Is there anything extra during the end credits of West Side Story?

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There is nothing extra during, or after, the end credits of West Side Story.

The credits run for approximately 9 minutes.

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Read the RunPee movie review for West Side Story by Jill Florio. Movie review grade: B-

West Side Story

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Peetimes were challenging. I’m going to assume you’re here for the classic song & dance numbers — and there’s a song every few minutes.

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July 30, 2023

My bladder thanks you so much!! App works great for telling u when and for how long you have a pee break! I didn’t use the timer function so the dialog in the movie was a great clue as to when to go. I also liked the info about each movie to know whether there was any extra scenes during or after the credits. Nothing worse than waiting for all the credits and then no extra scene.

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Rated: PG-13) Some Strong Violence | Brief Smoking | Strong Language | Suggestive Material | Thematic Content
Genres: Crime,Drama,Musical,Remake,Young Adult
USA release date: 2021-12-10
Movie length: 156 minutes
Starring: Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose
Director: Steven Spielberg
Writer(s): Tony Kushner, Arthur Laurents
Language: English, Spanish
Country: United States

Plot
An adaptation of the 1957 musical, West Side Story explores forbidden love and the rivalry between the Jets and the Sharks, two teenage street gangs of different ethnic backgrounds.

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4 responses to “Is there anything extra during the end credits of West Side Story?”

  1. michael kaplan Avatar
    michael kaplan

    The main credits were designed by Steven Spielberg and Adam Stockhausen. The cast and staff credits are accompanied by a shortened version of Leonard Bernstein’s “Symphonic Dances from West Side Story.” The last two screens contained a surprise: that the movie was shot on Kodak film (!!!). I won’t tell you what was on the very last screen, though. You’ll have to sit through the movie again.

    1. Okay, I’m confused. I sat through all the credits like a good RunPeep and didn’t see anything that wasn’t just…credits. Can you explain what you saw? Maybe my opening night showing didn’t have that. Sometimes that happens.

  2. Thanks for the details.

  3. I don’t think there was an extra scene. Michael Kaplan was just pointing out some details, like the music that played during the credits, and that the film was shot using Kodak film. I guess, unsurprisingly, Kodak film isn’t used much anymore.

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