Kevin is wandering through the confused haze that most college students pass through at one time or another: lectures that make little - if any - sense, pranks by the fraternities and sororities, deep yet meaningless discussions on philosophy with ones friends. Through all of this, Kevin passes in and out of a dream-like fantasy world, in which he and his friends sail the ship 'Queen of Sheba' to a variety of islands, with natives both friendly and hostile.
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It Blasts Your Ears ... Plays Tricks On Your Eyes And It Leaves You Out of Your Mind!
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Did You Know?
The film was originally released in Seattle in February of 1971. It was "four-walled," which means that the small suburban movie theater was actually rented by the producers to showcase their film. Unfortunately, there was a severe snow storm when the film opened for a one-week run. On opening night, there were only two or three people in the theater. The film then disappeared until it surfaced on Prism Home Entertainment VHS in the mid-1980's.
When that 1971 screening began, there was no sound in the auditorium for the first ten minutes or so, which was ironic given the film's title. See more
Didn't You Hear
Lyrics by Tom Muncrief
Music by Mort Garson
Sung by Tom Muncrief See more