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The '60s

172 min | USA:240 min (including commercials)
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Mark Piznarski
Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 wins & 4 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 1999-02-07
Filming Locations: Fillmore, California, USA
Josh Hamilton
Michael Herlihy
Julia Stiles
Katie Herlihy
Jerry O'Connell
Brian Herlihy
Jeremy Sisto
Kenny Klein
Jordana Brewster
Sarah Weinstock
Leonard Roberts
Emmet Taylor
Bill Smitrovich
Bill Herlihy
Annie Corley
Mary Herlihy
Donovan Leitch Jr.
Neal Reynolds (as Donovan Leitch)
David Alan Grier
Fred Hampton
Cliff Gorman
Father Daniel Berrigan
Charles S. Dutton
Reverend Willie Taylor (as Charles Dutton)
April Mills
Marc Blucas
Buddy Wells
Jenna Byrne
Carnie Wilson
Mama Earth
John Meier
Cop #3
David Denman
SDS Radical
Ronald William Lawrence
Civil Rights Leader #1
Michael Emanuel
Kimberly Scott
Althea Taylor
Monti Sharp
Civil Rights Leader #2
Chonique Sneed
Johan-Carl Nowack
Freedom Rider Singer
Sara Van Horn
Sister Elisabeth
Charles Wheat
Philip Cordaro
Singer / Guitar Player on Bus
Brian Donovan
Chicago Delegate / Reed Student
Carl E. Nelson
Marine Pal
Raynor Scheine
Gibbs Tolsdorf
James Arone
Father Monahan
James E. Treloar
Train Engineer
Stan Garner
Train Conductor
Michael Kaufman
Leonard Tannen
David Paul Needles
Toby Manders
Desiree Paterson
David Tom
Jennifer Bauerle
Katie's Friend #2
Lauren Birkell
Grant Gelt
Jimmy Dunbar
Oded Gross
Berkeley Delegate
Nicky Merchant
Katie's Friend #1
Jason Nesmith
Singer in Band
Mike Williams
Singer in Band
Ryan Chism
Singer in Band
James Michael Marshall
Lynn Tufeld
William Barillaro
Bus Driver
Ping Wu
Chinese Waiter
Jeremiah Birkett
Terrance Ellis
2nd Blackman
John H. Freeland Jr.
Barbara Roberts
Marquette's Mother / Woman in Mississippi
Danny Rogers
Cop #1
Nigel Thatch
Si Paciorek
Clinic Doctor
Elisabeth Röhm
Amanda Stone (as Elisabeth Rohm)
Bix Barnaba
Hippie in Need
Mushond Lee
Huey Newton
Michael Maize
Leather Hat
Hugh Ross
Owl Man
Dana Smith
Bobby Seale
Gregory Storm
David Hillard
Miranda Bailey
Digger Girl
Steve Eastin
Big Max
Roger Hampton
Half Sauced Man
Mark Leahy
Reporter #1
Tim Reinhard
John Denny
Bill Willens
Allen Ginsberg
Austin Marriott
Baby Rainbow
Benjamin Marriott
Baby Rainbow
Shane Barach
Vietnam Vet
Michael Harney
Tom Gryzbowski
Sean Hennigan
Brian Klugman
Heath Lourwood
Mitch Gibney
FBI Agent #1
Grant Mathis
FBI Agent #2
Hugh Romney
Trip Captain
Hannah Whelan
Rainbow (Toddler)
Clay Wilcox
Trippie Hippie
Andrew Woodworth
Lorin McCraley
Hippie Guy
Lou Simon
Ryan Cutrona
Chairman of Draft Board
James DeBello
Rosanna Arquette
Hippie Mother (uncredited)
Steven Boe
Doctor (uncredited)
Craig Calman
Haight Ashbury Hippie (uncredited)
Emmy Collins
Bad Trip Counselor (uncredited)
James Furlong
Hippie (uncredited)
Eli Jones
Cross-dressing Draftee (uncredited)
Anthony Jordan
Frat House Partier / Dancer (uncredited)
Marcus Le Bov
Hate Ashbury -- Hippie (uncredited)
Mindy Miller
Diner Waitress (uncredited)
Dana Winseman
Woodstock Doctor (uncredited)
Did you know?
Sarah's line to Kenny "I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness" is the first line of Allen Ginsberg's poem "Howl".
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Actors Donovan and Carnie Wilson are the respective children of musicians 'Donovan' and The Beach Boys' singer Brian Wilson, both of whom are heard in the soundtrack. Jason Nesmith, son of ex-Monkee Michael Nesmith, also appears.
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In the scene where Katie and her baby are walking through the Haight-Ashbury after she's just quit her job at the strip club, the man she walks by prior to having her purse stolen is clearly supposed to be Charles Manson.
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At the end during the BBQ, the mother asked "How's my boy today?" there is a boom mic visible.
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Brian tries to get another man to buy him a beer, saying that he is not old enough to do so. The drinking age in Illinois in 1962 was 18 and Brian would have to be at least that to enlist in the military then.
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Playing over the scene with the graphic "Loyola University, 1964" is The Byrds' version of the Bob Dylan song "The Times They Are A-Changin'" which was not recorded until September, 1965. Dylan's version was released in January, 1964.
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Bill Herlihy: Are you still my baby?
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Bill Herlihy: "If my son says he can't fight, it's not because he's not brave enough, it's because he's brave enough to stand up for what he believes in."
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Bill Herlihy: Who do you want? Nixon? Becasue that's what you're gonna get if you keep this up. Nixon.
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