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You Are What You Eat ()


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A montage of the weird, a freak-out film that appeared when the expression was in fashion and in flower, along with the flower people. The film was one of the first exponents of the mobile camera-rock track-optical effect school of... See more »

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Bonnie Dewberry ...
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Carl Franzoni ...
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John Giles ...
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Chet Helms ...
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John Herald ...
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Tom Law ...
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Linda Lawrence ...
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Sharmagne Leland-St. John ...
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Barry McGuire ...
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Rosko ...
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John Simon ...
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Mike Stoller ...
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Marilyn Salisbury ...
Freak-Out Dancer (uncredited)

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Barry Feinstein

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Michael Butler ... producer
Barry Feinstein ... producer
Phil Ramone ... associate producer
A. Joseph Tandet ... associate producer
Peter Yarrow ... producer

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John Simon

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Barry Feinstein

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Howard Alk

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Stuart H. Pappé ... contributing editor (as Stuart Pappé)

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Alan Pariser ... unit production manager

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Donald Hahm ... sound engineer
Phil Ramone ... sound engineer

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Peter Yarrow ... musical director

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Plot Summary

A montage of the weird, a freak-out film that appeared when the expression was in fashion and in flower, along with the flower people. The film was one of the first exponents of the mobile camera-rock track-optical effect school of filmmaking, and it is much a document as it is a documentary. A repellent and fascinating depiction of the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, along with Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco and the East Village in New York. Tiny Tim amounts to something resembling a recurring motif and narrator. Written by alfiehitchie

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  • You Are What You Eat (United States)
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  • 75 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The original planned title of this movie was "Love Is the Answer... What Was the Question". See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Flashing on the Sixties: A Tribal Document (1990). See more »
Soundtracks Teenage Fair (Helmet Commercial) See more »

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