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Georg Stanford Brown
Cheech and Chong house sit for a marijuana grower and rip off the crop. Stalked by keystone-style cops, Los Guys have a series of encounters with L.A. area characters even weirder than themselves. Written by
If you've seen other Cheech & Chong movies, then you can probably figure out what sorts of things happen in "Nice Dreams". In this outing, the stoner duo runs an ice cream truck that serves marijuana-based ice cream, with the eventual aim of having an island where topless women serve them. As can be expected, the cops are after the nutty twosome, but the marijuana is having an unusual side effect on Sgt. Stedanko (Stacy Keach).
Other than that, there's a cocaine outing under a table, and even an appearance by Timothy Leary. I nearly died laughing during the sequence in the apartment building.
No, it's not the best C&C movie, but there's definitely no shortage of laughs in "Nice Dreams". Also appearing are Paul Reubens, Evelyn Guerrero, Peter Jason, Linnea Quigley, Sarah Bernhard and Tony Cox.
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