Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
This drama centers on life in a small college. The hero is a folk singer from the backwoods. Because he saved the dean's daughter from a car accident, he received a scholarship. The school rebel uses the folk singer to entice students into attending his rally on free speech. The folk singer rallies back and punches the radical in the nose. He then allows the dean to tell the student body the reasons why they don't need more radical ideas concerning freedom. Songs include "C'mon, Let's Live a Little," "Instnat Girl," "Baker Man," "What Fool This Mortal Be," "Tonights the Night," "For Granted," "Back-Talk," "Over and Over," "Let's Go Go," and "Way Back Home."
androgyny, bum, city-life, extramarital-affair, folk-singer, freedom, ideals, life-savings, radical, rescue, romance, scholarship, sex, songwriter, speech, suicide, swimming-pool, troublemaker, video-camera, wealth