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In the ranking of stupid titles, this must come near the top. It's one of those Hollywood "youth movies", made in the wake of Easy Rider by Paul Williams, whose previous effort was the 1970 political drama The Revolutionary. The aforementioned bricks are made of marijuana and ferried between the two college campuses on the east and west coasts of America. One of the oddest relics of the counterculture, it co-stars Barbara Hershey and John Lithgow (making his screen debut) and is based on a novel by "Michael Douglas - in fact, a pseudonym for Michael Crichton.
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