While hitchhiking through the Southwest, Warren hooks up with lovable hobo Albertson. Soon they are picked up by unemployed rock `n' roll star Sheen. They have a series of unpleasant experiences with the "establishment" before Albertson suffers a heart attack. Dying, he asks to be buried
on his old farm. The current owner denies Sheen and Warren permission, so they have Albertson cremated and scatter his ashes over the farm. This sappy counterculture movie isn't offensive, just stupid. The best reason to see it is for another look at Sheen's apprenticeship before becoming a star.
Don Dunn sings "Echos of the Road" (Stu Phillips, Bob Stone), "Electric Ethel" (Murphy...