The sequel to Summer of '42 (1971) reunites Hermie, Oscy and Benjie as they graduate from high school. Benjie departs shortly to war while Hermie and Oscy go on to college and experience fraternity hazings, cheating on exams, sex scandals and other unsavory college activities. Hermie grows apart from his childhood friend Oscy and begins a relationship with Julie that allows him to settle down into maturity. Written by
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The scene at the diner was filmed in Toronto for the purpose of depicting PCC-type streetcars that ran in Brooklyn during the time period the movie is set in. However, the streetcars seen in the movie are postwar models characterized by the presence of standee windows, something that prewar PCCs such as the ones that operated in Brooklyn did not have. They also have the maroon and cream paint scheme used in Toronto while Brooklyn's PCCs were predominantly tan. See more
Brooklyn's PCC streetcars did not have standee windows and they featured a different paint scheme than the one seen in the film. See more
You can't use your hands to pick up the olive. Or your toes, or your ears, or your nose, or your mouth.
Referenced in Lou Grant: Vet
Music and Lyrics by Milton Drake
, Al Hoffman
and Jerry Livingston
Performed by The Merry Macs
Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc. See more