From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
The Trip (1967, USA) is a Drugsploitation movie directed by Roger Corman.
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- Featured in: American Grindhouse | Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel
- Featured on: TCM Underground
- Included in: Psychedelicinema: The World of Hippie Exploitation
- Released in 1967 | Color
- Running Time: 85 min | West Germany:78 min
- Production Co: American International Pictures (AIP)
- Distribution Co: American International Pictures (AIP) (1967) (USA) (theatrical) | Astral Films (1967) (Canada) (theatrical) | Gloria Filmverleih AG (1969) (Germany) (theatrical)
- Directed by Roger Corman
- Written by Jack Nicholson
- Starring Peter Fonda, Susan Strasberg, Bruce Dern, Dennis Hopper, Luana Anders
- Produced by Roger Corman, Frances Doel
- Original Music by American Music Band
- Cinematography by Archie R. Dalzell (as Arch R. Dalzell)
- Film Editing by Ronald Sinclair
- After his wife leaves him, a disillusioned director dives into the drug scene, trying anything his friend suggests.
Also Known As
- A Lovely Sort of Death (USA) (working title) | A Viagem (Brazil) (cable TV title) | Der Trip (Germany) (TV title) | LSD (Denmark) | Il Serpente di fuoco (Italy) | La Serpiente de fuego (Venezuela) | Tripp till helvetet (Sweden) | Trippi (Finland) | El Viaje (Spain) (TV title)
- A Lovely Sort of Death
- Groovy Gravy!...The Trip is Out of Sight!
- Listen to the sound of love. Feel purple. Taste green. Touch the scream that crawls up the wall!
- A big thrill in a little pill.