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Directed by
Terry Merrill  (as Stewart Merrill)
William Grefe (uncredited)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Terry Merrill 

Produced by
Abe Newman .... executive producer
Ronald Sinclair .... associate producer
Cinematography by
William Grefe 
Film Editing by
Dee Wright 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chuck Hancock .... second assistant director
W. Lee Powers .... first assistant director
Camera and Electrical Department
Jimmy Cates .... electrician
Randy Grinter .... camera operator: second unit
Dick Jennings .... assistant camera
Bob Vee .... gaffer
Kerry Whitenack .... camera operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Helen Bradley .... wardrobe
Other crew
Carol Sinclair .... script supervisor

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Also Known As:
"The Psychedelic Priest" - USA (video catalogue title)
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Filmed in 1971 but not released until 2001 on video.See more »


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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Great youth movie, 2 October 2005
Author: ethylester from Michigan

I love movies like this. It reminded me of The Young Graduates in that it involves driving and thinking about what to do in life. Sometimes you wonder why the character is acting that way and making such bad decisions, but other times you wish you could be that character, freely driving around in search or yourself.

This movie deals with racism in a shocking and unbelievable way. The white characters act very strangely, in my opinion, when they see a black man purposely killed by white racist cops. They also act strangely when they see a baby being born in a van. The priest also reacts rather rudely when someone claims to be in love with him. I think I would have cared a lot more about what was going on and thought things out better than these characters, but the crazy way they act just makes the movie more interesting.

There are some odd plot twists and things are not explained very well at some parts. It seems like the creators just wanted to cram as much crazy stuff into the movie as they could, which is why it seems unbelievable. But to me, the unrealistic nature of events in the film make me love it even more. I am entertained by the idea that a priest gets slipped some LSD by some apathetic kids, or by the idea that a woman in labor would be sitting on the side of the road in the middle of the desert. It's a story that takes a stab at being deep and socially commentary but really ends up confusing you in a fun, drugged out way.

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