The Trip (1967 film)
1967 American counterculture-era film directed by Roger Corman / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The Trip is a 1967 American psychedelic film released by American International Pictures, directed by Roger Corman, written by Jack Nicholson, and shot on location in and around Los Angeles, including on top of Kirkwood in Laurel Canyon, the Hollywood Hills, and near Big Sur, California in 1967. Peter Fonda stars as a young television commercial director named Paul Groves.
|Directed by||Roger Corman|
|Written by||Jack Nicholson|
|Produced by||Roger Corman|
|Cinematography||Archie R. Dalzell|
|Music by||The American Music Band|
|Distributed by||American International Pictures|
|August 23, 1967|
|Box office||$10 million|
Released during the Summer of Love, The Trip was a very popular, particularly with members of the era’s counterculture, becoming one of AIP’s most successful releases, and being important in the later development of an even larger cultural touchstone in Easy Rider, involving many of the same personnel and appealing to the same younger demographic.