A high school graduate named Homer experiences the pains of the generation gap and the Vietnam War in the late 1960’s while growing up in Schomberg, Wisconsin.
Director: John Trent.
Writer: Claude Harz (screenplay by), Claude Harz (story by) and Matt Clark (story by).
Stars: Don Scardino, Alex Nicol, Tisa Farrow, Lenka Peterson, Tim Henry, Tom Harvey, Jan Campbell, Arch McDonnell, Ralph Endersby, Murray Westgate, Mona O’Hearn, Bob Warner, Trudy Young, Allen Doremus, Antony Parr, Frank Aldous, Deborah Turnbull, Dennis Pendrith, Hugh Sullivan, Larry Reynolds, Sam Turturici.
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Note: Very rare film, never released on home video, this copy was taken from a Dutch TV broadcast, not the best quality and unfortunately it has unremoveable subs in Dutch, also the end credits have been cut but it’s all there is out there for now. I believe this one was shown on Canadian TV a bunch of times in the 80s, if anyone out there has a “clean” copy with the full end credits please let me know, I’d love to be able to throw this one away and upgrade it with a better looking copy. Thanks!
Very cool to see this film in any iterations! Tisa was cute back then.
Growing up in the upper Midwest during this time this film brings back a time, place and way that I remember. Listening to guitar feedback & farm reports in the milkhouse. Feel grateful to finally be seeing this film I only knew of by seeing the record album in cutout bins throughout the 70’s.
Been looking for this for years! Thanks for supplying it.