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"A mad little film about a down-and-out hippie whose search for a hidden cache of Acapulco gold leads him on a chase reminiscent of Max Sennett and Laurel and Hardy. Peter Bryant wrote, directed and starred in the film. Cameraman was Tony Westman." [1968/69 film workshop description]; "A half hour comedy about a bunch of hippies trying to sneak past a police trap in order to pick up one kilo of dope." [Russell Stephens, "Move over, Fassbinder," The Peak, 13 June 1979, p. 6] "Won the Famous Players Award for best student film" in 1969. [Stephens, "Move over, Fassbinder," The Peak, 13 June 1979, p. 6]

Penticton Profile

"A colorful look at the rich farming and tourist area around Penticton, British Columbia, and at the diverse people who pass through in the summer. A student project at Simon Fraser University, made with the assistance of the National Film Board. (1971, 28 min 41 s.)" Directed by Sandy Wilson. Production Agency National Film Board of Canada. []