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Hallucination Generation, (Hallucination) (1966)

Hallucination Generation, (Hallucination)





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This little aberration of the Sixties was originally released to theaters as The Hallucination Generation. Star George Montgomery does a Timothy Leary act as a charismatic LSD guru (one wonders if Montgomery offers woodworking hints between drug trips). Juvenile lead Danny Stone, upset at his mom, joins Montgomery's cult in Spain and turns on-tunes in-drops out in a biiiiigggg way. Eventually, Stone gets involved in murder--and let that be a lesson to all you other long-haired hippie freaks. Though most of Hallucination was filmed in black and white, the LSD scenes were lensed in color. Oh, wow...red, blue...orange....more
Rating: PG
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama
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Written By: Edward Mann
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