Simon (Bruce Davison) has his first chat with student radical Linda (Kim Darby) while straying from his duties in the occupation of university offices, in the Irwin Winkler-Robert Chartoff production of The Strawberry Statement, 1970.
A group of student rebels take over a Columbia University campus administration building in an effort to fight the establishment. An unusual look at the campus riots of the 60s. Starring Bud Cort ("Harold and Maude," "Heat"), Oscar and Emmy-nominee Bruce Davison ("Longtime Companion"), Oscar-nominee and Emmy-winner James Coco ("Murder by Death"), Bob Balaban (TV's "Seinfeld"), David Dukes ("And the Band Played On") and Kim Darby ("True Grit"). Soundtrack includes songs performed by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and John Lennon.
A group of student rebels take over a Columbia University campus administration building in an effort to fight the establishment. An unusual look at the campus riots of the 60s.
Adam plays hard ball with Jack, Victor puts his plan in motion, and Ashley makes plans for New Year’s Eve. (TV-14 D)
An unexpected event brings out the Christmas spirit in Genoa City. (TV-14 D)
Friends and family celebrate Christmas as Michael and Lauren plan for their future, Neil surprises his family, and Dylan opens up to Nikki. (TV-14 D)
Adam makes a dangerous move, while a crisis unites Nick and Sharon. (TV-14 D)
Victoria and Billy reach a new understanding, Dylan and Avery make a shocking discovery, and Ashley clears the air with Stitch. (TV-14 D)
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