Keep Off My Grass!
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Directed by comedian Shelley Berman and starring former Monkee Micky Dolenz, Keep Off My Grass is a stoner comedy that had a limited run on it’s initial release. In fact, it’s fair to say that hardly anyone saw the movie when it first came out in the mid 70's and almost no one has seen it since. Never released on video or DVD, this is the first time this movie has been publically available.
Sourced from a VHS copy owned by the producers Albert J Salzer & Allan D. Yasnyi, this DVD is presented in this low-fi version as a matter of historical interest. Lovingly restored by film archivist Garrett Gilchrist, please don’t expect HD quality! It is taken from a low quality VHS of a screening of the film, while everything has been done to make the image as sharp as possible, it is of a lot lower quality than we have come to expect. This really is for hardcore fans. Thank you for your understanding on this matter!
Monkees expert Iain Lee has spent years searching for this film and has included some great extras to make this a very special package for fans of Dolenz, kitsch and lost 70’s classics.
Full commentary by the Zilch! Podcast team.
Original cinema trailer (also featuring a Zilch! Commentary)
Interview with co-star Marcus J. Grapes
Interview with Monkees expert and broadcaster Iain Lee
Starring – Micky Dolenz, Marcus J. Grapes
Directed by – Shelley Berman
Produced by – Albert J. Salzer & Allan D. Yasnyi
Written by – Austin & Irma Kalish
Restoration – Garrett Gilchrist
Project Co-ordinator – Iain Lee
Keep Off My Grass New Millennium – all rights reserved
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Spoiler: He gets caught up in the escape of a fish market robber in the shop, and to make matters worse the bag he took is wanted by the Irish mafia. Then what he would never expect is to meet his son and grandson while he is there. This is a fun movie and not at all what I expected.