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The Stöned Age (1994)

Joe and Hubbs are a pair of rockers who are on a quest for 'chicks'. This is the tale of their adventures over one night.


James Melkonian




Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Kopelow ... Joe
Bradford Tatum ... Hubbs
China Kantner ... Jill
Renee Allman Renee Allman ... Lanie (as Renee Ammann)
Clifton Collins Jr. ... Tack (as Clifton Gonzalez Gonzalez)
David Groh ... Dad
Michael Wiseman ... Crump's Brother
Kevin Kilner ... Officer Dean
Taylor Negron ... Convenient Store / Disco Clerk
Richard Chaim Richard Chaim ... Norm Hankey
Josh Berman Josh Berman ... Perk
Art Chudabala ... Mike Dick
David R. Parker David R. Parker ... Mike New York
Daniel Collins Daniel Collins ... Crump
Ernest M. Garcia Ernest M. Garcia ... Neighbor


Determined to avoid another night of driving aimlessly around Torrance in the Blue Torpedo, Joe and Hubbs set out on a quest for fine chicks. Their paths soon cross with Tack, from whom they learn about a pair of foreign radical chicks hanging out near the Frankie Avalon place. Over Joe's objections, Hubbs worms Tack out of the deal, and the pair take a slow ride toward their destiny. Written by Greg Helton <ghelton@airmail.net>

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Comedy | Music


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Did You Know?


In the scene where Frankie Avalon drives up to Joe and Hubbs, there is a beer can in the middle of the road that served as a marker for where the two drivers were to stop and talk. See more »


When Jill kicks Joe, he falls to his knees and she pushes him over with her foot. As he's falling over, you can see the imprint of his head and shoulder in the sand from a previous take. See more »


Joe: Shit man! I gotta get that chic's phone number. How do you spell Weijikowokawitz anyway?
Hubbs: What are you gonna fucking call her man? That's the whole point. Shes from up north! You never have to see her again! You didnt even pork her, thank god!
Joe: Hubbs, man. You just dont get it, do you? Man, I was digging on that chic!
Hubbs: What did she have like a great personality? Ahahaha! You're thinking too much pussy!
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Crazy Credits

During the credits, not only can you see Joe and Hubbs, but also the two cops eating and drinking the milk and chocolate they bought in the liquor store. See more »


Spoofs Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »


Bang A Gong (Get It On)
Composed by Marc Bolan
Performed by T. Rex
Courtesy of Straight Ahead Productions Ltd. and Muscadet Productions, Inc.
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A funny, accurate portrayal of the late 70's
13 August 2003 | by yendor33See all my reviews

I have seen this movie several times and just watched it again this weekend, and I still find it highly entertaining.

Those who feel that this movie is somehow weak, ineffective, or inferior to Dazed and Confused are most likely too young to have experienced the late 70's/early 80's.

While I did not grow up in Los Angeles during the 70's, things were essentially identical in southern Canada. Seeking out the evenings party, looking to score some pot and booze/beer, and with a little luck, getting laid were the prime motives of the evening. While that is no different than the motivations of today's teens, I think Stoned Age does a better job at depicting the scene relative to it's time than contemporary movies do at depicting the current era. It is not flashy, or glossy. Everyone is not a "beautiful person" driving a Porsche. These are teenagers after all!

At the risk of dating myself, it was also nice to watch a "teen" movie that didn't have a soundtrack entirely made up of Hip-Hop.

I think this is a wonderful movie! I sometimes find myself unable to rationalise why I like it, but all I know for sure is that I DO like it!

Like someone else mentioned, the characters are real. Like most, I can watch this movie and see people I knew back then who were carbon copies of the characters. Crump was the local heavy. Hubbs is a bit of dick, but ultimately an okay guy. Tack("You kak!"). Everyone knows a Tack! Laney was the hot chick/ball breaker that was/is indigenous to every high school, while girls like Jill(call me crazy, but I thought she was better looking for some reason) who have a brain and a personality are underrated.

And Joe? How many of us can relate to Joe on some level?

Cudos to the actor playing the clerk at the liquor store too!

This is a fine movie, and I would highly recommend that you check it out!

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Release Date:

11 February 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Stoned Age See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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1.85 : 1
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