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Steve The Seeker (Bruce Dern) relates to Stoney (Jack Nicholson) a horrifying family story explaining the deafness of his sister Jennie in director Richard Rush's Psych-Out, 1968.
Hanging in their Haight-Ashbury coffee shop, Stoney (Jack Nicholson), Ben (Adam Roarke) and Elwood (Max Julien) meet deaf runaway Jennie (Susan Strasberg) in director Richard Rush's Psych-Out, 1968.
Jennie (Susan Strasberg) and Stoney (Jack Nicholson) drop in on englightened Dave (Dean Stockwell) in his Haight-Ashbury rooftop bungalow in Psych-Out, 1968.
Deaf heroine Jennie (Susan Strasberg) arrives in Haight-Ashbury on a bus in the opening sequence of director Richard Rush's Psych-Out, 1968, a Dick Clark Production!
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