A Mexican-American student organization pushing for dismissal of a bigoted coach finds itself at war with the wealthy white students.
The wildest! of the young ones
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Although there is some speculation as to whether or not Cher was an uncredited extra in this film, it is a fact that at the time it was being filmed in Tucson in 1968, she was indeed in Arizona, filming the movie Chastity
(1969). See more
In the car chase in the parking garage the headlights on the cars keep getting rewired. As wired at the factory, all four lights are on when the high-beams are one. During the filming they sometimes use the high-beams but with only the inner high-beams connected. Other times they just have the low beams on. Other times all four lights are on. It's hard to imagine that anyone driving while chasing someone would be stopping to rewire the headlights. One presumes it was done in an attempt to satisfy someone's idea of how best to highlight the cars during the chase. See more
Referenced in Drive-in Movie Memories
Love Has Got Me Down
Music and Lyrics by Harley Hatcher
Performed by The American Revolution See more