The Wild Scene
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
The Wild Scene (1970, USA) is a Hippie film directed by William Rowland.
- Contents: Poster Art
- Included in: Psychedelicinema: The World of Hippie Exploitation
- Released in 1970
- Running Time: 96 Min.
- Directed by William Rowland
- Written by Sam Jacoby, William Keys, Michael Kraike, William Rowland
- Starring: Richard Tate, Alberta Nelson, Gary Pillar, Anita Eubank, Berry Kroeger
- Produced by Sam Jacoby, William Rowland
- Original Music by Jaime Mendoza-Nava
- Cinematography by Robert Caramico
- Film Editing by Sergei Goncharoff
- Dr. Virginia Grant is a psychiatrist dealing with five case studies about the misguided, hedonistic, radical and naive youth and the generation gap between their hippie generation and that of their parents. The fifth story is her own.
- From Berkeley to Woodstock, today's explosive revolution exposed in uncensored action and dialogue!
- We DO IT because it's the only way to tell the older generation where to go!
- Turn it on, Blow your mind.