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Kevin Costner Judd Nelson.
It's 1971 and 'The
Groovers', five good-time college buddies, decide to go for broke on one last no-holds-barred trip across America, before they fly to Vietnam. But bizarre adventure, wierd characters and a car full of beer are not enough to banish the spectre of impending war. Kevin Costner , the handsome star of No Way Out, is the lead in this boisterous comedy adventure.
Written and directed by KEVIN REYNOLDS
(First showing on British television)
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Unknown: Kevin Costner
Unknown: Judd Nelson.
Unknown: Kevin Costner
Directed By: Kevin Reynolds
Produced By: Barrie M. Osborne
Gardner: Kevin Costner
Phil: Judd Nelson
Kenneth Waggener: Sam Robards
Dorman: Chuck Bush
Lester: Brian Cesak
Judy: Elizabeth Daily
Girl: Suzy Amis
Truman Sparks: Marvin J. McIntyre
Trelist: Glenne Headly
Mechanic: Pepe Serna
Lornia: Robyn Rose

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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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