Riot on Sunset Strip
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Riot on Sunset Strip (1967, USA) is a Teen-Rock n' Roll film directed by Arthur Dreifuss.
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- Featured in: American Grindhouse
- Included in: Psychedelicinema: The World of Hippie Exploitation
- Released in 1967
- Running Time: 87 Min.
- Production Co: Four-Leaf Productions
- Distribution Co: American International Pictures (AIP) (1967) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Arthur Dreifuss
- Written by Orville H. Hampton
- Starring Aldo Ray, Mimsy Farmer, Michael Evans, Laurie Mock, Tim Rooney, Bill Baldwin, Anna Strasberg
- Produced by Sam Katzman
- Original Music by Fred Karger
- Cinematography by Paul Vogel
- Film Editing by Ben Lewis
- LA police captain attempts to appease Sunset Strip businessmen objecting to hippy youths hanging out, by setting a curfew. The cop also thinks the kids have a right to be there, until his estranged daughter joins the counter-culture crowd.
- Meet the Hippies...the Teenyboppers with their too-tight capris...and the Pot-Partygoers - out for a new thrill...a new kick!
- See for yourself their Mod, mad world... without law or license, morals or manners, God or goal!
- The most shocking film of our generation!