It's 1971 at the University of Texas, Austin. College buddies, facing graduation, marriage, and the draft, skip out of their own graduation party and head to the Mexican border for some adventure, a buried secret, and one last go-around at "the privileges of youth". Written by
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It's the privilege of youth.
Did You Know?
In the end, Steven Spielberg
was so disappointed with this film, he took his name off of it when it was released. See more
According to the date shown on the screen at the beginning, the movie takes place in May 1971. One of the first songs we hear at the frat house is Elton John's "Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting", which wasn't released until 1973. See more
"Hey, how we gonna stop?"
Referenced in Archer: Coyote Lovely
Written by 'Buddy Buie' (uncredited), James Cobb (uncredited), Harry Middlebrooks
(uncredited) and Mike Shapiro (uncredited)
Performed by Classics IV
Courtesy of Liberty Records See more