G | | Comedy, Fantasy, Musical
The Monkees are tossed about in a psychedelic, surrealist, plotless, circular bit of fun fluff.
Michael Nesmith's birthday party sequence was shot at Paramount Pictures on a set from Rosemary's Baby (1968). It featured one hundred extras and pop artist Edward Kienholz, whose 1964 sculpture "Back Seat Dodge '38" was featured on-set.
We were speaking of belief; beliefs and conditioning. All belief possibly could be said to be the result of some conditioning. Thus, the study of history is simply the study of one system of beliefs deposing another, and so on and so on and so on......
When Micky jumps from the bridge at the start of the film, the replacement dummy enters the water head first. In the next shot, when we see the real Micky entering the water as seen from below, he enters feet first.
There are no credits at the beginning. They all appear at the end of the film.
When the film was previewed in August 1968, its original cut ran about 110 mins. It was trimmed down to 86 mins. for the premiere.
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