“It was two weeks after we wrapped the movie, we realized we didn’t have the last campfire scene,” Fonda told Daily Camera. “So we assembled the crew and went into the Santa Monica Mountains—if you...
According to Jack Nicholson, he, Dennis Hopper, and Peter Fonda went through one hundred fifty-five joints while filming the campfire scene. 212 of 215 found this interesting | Share this Peter Fonda got the idea for this movie after seeing a picture of him and Bruce Dern on their motorcycles.
Easy Rider is a 1969 American independent road drama film written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, and Terry Southern, produced by Fonda, and directed by Hopper. Fonda and Hopper play two bikers who travel through the American Southwest and South, carrying the proceeds from a cocaine deal.
- July 14, 1969 (New York City)
- Peter Fonda
- Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Jack Nicholson
09/06/2010 · It is honest, almost always convincing, beautiful, and engrossing. The film opens with Wyatt (Peter Fonda, who also produced) and Billy (Dennis Hopper, who directed) in Mexico making a purchase of cocaine. In the next scene they are selling it to a well-heeled pusher with whom they rendezvous under the landing approach at the Los Angeles airport.
08/10/2015 · Despite his trepidation about Hopper, Terry agreed with the understanding of receiving a percentage of the profits and was to come up with the “interesting incidences.” Fonda was pleased, and rushed out into the night. This was the era of oral agreements and handshake deals, and Terry had no reason to doubt Peter.
31/05/2017 · The now famous campfire scene in which his character delivers a monologue on ‘what’s wrong with America’ became one of the most talked about scenes of the sixties. It required numerous takes to get it in the can and each time there was a re-take the three stars smoked a joint. A real marijuana joint.