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Two hippies drop acid at the end of the sixties and awake 17 years later in 1986. There they find that the world has changed for the worse. The show is composed of sketches satirizing the ... See full summary »

Director:

Jerry Adler

Writers:

Andrew Simmons (head writer), Dave Hanson | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Rodger Bumpass ... Various
Veanne Cox ... Various
Annie Golden ... Various
John Michael Higgins ... Various
Tommy Koenig Tommy Koenig ... Various
Brian Edward O'Connor Brian Edward O'Connor ... Various (as Brian Brucker O'Connor)
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Two hippies drop acid at the end of the sixties and awake 17 years later in 1986. There they find that the world has changed for the worse. The show is composed of sketches satirizing the eighties and includes several musical numbers. Written by David Raffin <vision@teleport.com>

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Genres:

Comedy | Musical

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 May 1986 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

National Lampoon's Class of '86 See more »

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Color
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Quotes

Hippy: [singing] Trying to find reasons to complain/ But we never stopped to think/ That maybe somehow we're to blame
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Soundtracks

Revolution (Reprise)
Music by Richard Levinson
Lyrics by Michael Sansonia
Copyright 1986 Tinnitus Music (BMI)
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Dated but funny!
16 April 2014 | by crlguitarSee all my reviews

I recorded this onto VHS back when it first aired on Showtime. I thought the skits (on stage) were hilarious and just a bit of genius. Although the show is totally dated and now about 30 years old I would love to buy a copy of this on DVD as my VHS tape has long since disappeared. Unfortunately, I can find in nowhere! The actors were basically unknowns mostly at the time the show was recorded. I saw many of them later in other programs. The skits were sometimes raw and a bit rude, but what do you expect from National Lampoon? Some of the skits reminded me of a comedy troupe called 'The Committee' which did similar things on Broadway in San Francisco for many years. A poor quality copy of this was posted on YouTube. However, if anyone has information about obtaining a good quality copy of this movie I'd sure love to know about it. There were some skits that I absolutely howled at!


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