Chuck Murdock is an all American kid living in a sleepy town in Montana. He is the top pitcher of the little league team as well. After taking a tour of a nuclear silo, Chuck decides to quit playing little league until nuclear weapons are disarmed. Boston Celtic Amazing Grace Smith hears about Chuck's exploits, and decides to do the same thing. Amazing then moves to the young boy's town to live. More athletes follow suit as well. The town begins to hate Chuck and his family, and this makes Chuck's father angry. But can one kid's message make the world listen? Written by
Pat McCurry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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[to Chuck about his protest of the nuclear missiles
Now Chuck I can't deny you the right to protest, that's in the first amendment and God forbid that should change. But there's an old saying: "You can't run into a crowded theater and yell fire!"
But, sir, what if there is a fire?
Chuck's Lament (A Child's Dream)
Composed & Produced by David Crosby
, Stephen Stills
, Graham Nash
& Joe Vitale
Performed by Crosby Stills & Nash See more