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Valley of the Stereos

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Subject: Peter Jackson, Park Road Post, Jack Brown Genius, The Valley (1976 film), Forgotten Silver
Collection: 1990S Comedy Films, 1990S Short Films, 1992 Films, English-Language Films, New Zealand Films
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Valley of the Stereos

Valley of the Stereos (James Booth and Peter Jackson.

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Valley of the Stereos involves an escalating battle between a hippie ('River', played by Danny Mulheron) and a metalhead (Murray Keane) who live next door to each other in the countryside. Following the metalhead's late-night music playing, the two battle over who can drive the other away with their incompatible music tastes. Each accumulates a larger and larger pile of stereos, until eventually River converts his house into a multi-stereo mecha and (accidentally) blasts both homes out of existence.

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