Gas-s-s-s (1970)

Gas-s-s-s (1970)





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This futuristic film from Roger Corman finds everyone in the United States over the age of 25 killed by a poisonous gas. When the conservatives take over Texas, a group of hippies take off for a commune in New Mexico. Fifteen songs are performed by Country Joe and the Fish and Barry Melton. Notable newcomers in the cast included Ben Vareen, Cindy Williams, Bud Cort and Talia Coppola, sister of Francis Ford Coppola. A team of disoriented football players go on a rampage of rape and robbery.
Comedy , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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American International Pictures

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Cindy Williams
as Marissa
Ben Vereen
as Carlos
Pat Patterson
as Demeter
George Armitage
as Billy the Kid
Alex Wilson
as Jason
Alan Braunstein
as Dr. Drake
Bud Cort
as Hooper
Talia Shire
as Coralie
Lou Procopio
as Marshall McLuhan
Phil Borneo
as Quant
Gary Caplan
as Raincoat Harry
Bruce Karcher
as Edgar Allan Poe
Mike Castle
as Hippie
David R. Osterhout
as Texas Ranger
Jim Etheridge
as Renegade Cowboy
Gary Treadwell
as Renegade Cowboy
Peter Fain
as Policeman
Bob Easton
as Fanatic Religious Leader
Alan DeWitt
as Dr. Murder
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Critic Reviews for Gas-s-s-s

All Critics (1)

It takes more than a few hits on the bong to get into this messy pic.

Full Review… | May 22, 2008
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Audience Reviews for Gas-s-s-s

Everyone under 25 dies and then...nothing happens.

Marcus Woolcott
Marcus Woolcott

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Let me say this first: If you're looking for a serious movie, you're looking in the wrong place. While it does have a messy plot, this movie is witty and charming. If you like this kind of film, watch it and you're sure to enjoy it. If you're a serious movie kind of person, steer elsewhere.

Christina Carlson
Christina Carlson

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