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The Acid Eaters (1968)

A group of office workers go every Friday afternoon to the White Pyramid, a 50-foot tower of LSD.

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(as B. Ron Elliott)

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(as Carlos Monsoya)
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Ollie (as Eric Wahl)
Judy Wood ...
Genna
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Artie / The Devil (as Buck Bucky)
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Chickie (as Camille Grant)
Sharon Carr ...
Girl
Lila Cranston Lamont ...
Fran (as LiLa Lamont)
Bob Wren ...
Smiley
Nick Raymond
John McCloud ...
Big Jack
Dianne Curtis ...
Marsha (as Dianna Curtis)
Ruth Beech
Sam Greenwood ...
Miner
Ram Horn ...
Indian Chief
Chico Vespa ...
John
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A group of office workers go every Friday afternoon to the White Pyramid, a 50-foot tower of LSD.

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Guaranteed to Blow Your Mind...Among Other Things! See more »

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February 1968 (USA)  »

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The Acid People  »

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Quotes

[singsong, waving to his girlfriend as she sinks in quicksand]
Artie: Goodbye, girl, I guess I'll paint you dead.
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LSD biker sleaze
11 February 2000 | by (Copenahgen, Denmark) – See all my reviews

This David F. Friedman-produced flick starts out with some surreal images and editing that sorta caught me off guard, but then "conventional" story gets rollin'. Some "bikers" and babes take a trip in the country. Nudeswimmin', fights, Indians, and acid trippin' then follows. They even go to hell?!? There's also a lot of slapsticks goin' on provided by Burt ("Please Don't Eat My Mother") Kartalian. Lots of nudity and infantile insanity - high quality trash entertainment!

Johnny Ramone must've seen this since The Ramones named a cover album after this flick.


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