Hair

Question: Why does Berger tell Sheila and her friend, that he needs $250 to bail his friends out? The bail was $50/person an there's only 4 of them in jail.

Answer: He wanted to give Claude his $50 back.

Question: Why do they suddenly start singing about Manchester?

Answer: Because the character who is singing, Claude Hooper Bukowski, is from Manchester and came to the US when he 'dropped out'.

Question: If Claude came to the US from Manchester when he "dropped out", why does he have an American accent?

lensloon

Chosen answer: Claude did not come from Manchester, England. He is from Oklahoma in the movie although in the original stage musical he is from Flushing, NY.

Myridon

Question: In "The Flesh Failures," they sing "life is around you and in you, except for Timothy Leary, deary". What does this mean?

Tingeling

Chosen answer: The word is "answer" not "except". "Life is around you and in you ... let the sunshine in" is an answer to Timothy Leary - probably to his "turn on, tune in, drop out".

Myridon

Question: Who's Antonioni?

Answer: Michelangelo Antonioni is a famous Italian film director. See http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000774/ His most famous film in English is "Blowup" made in 1966.

Myridon

Question: Did the actors do their own singing?

Answer: Yes.

Tobin OReilly

Answer: Yes.

Continuity mistake: During "Easy To Be Hard" a redheaded woman disappears and reappears on a park bench.

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Jeannie: I know who the father is.
Hud: Yeah, you know that, you know a lot. If the baby comes out all white and squishy-like, crying his ass off, then we know Woof is definitely the daddy. But if he comes out all beautiful and chocolate brown, that's mine.

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