In 1971, Jane Fonda and fellow anti-Vietnam war activists Donald Sutherland, Holly Near, and Paul Mooney began performing a satirical revue in coffeehouses and parks near army bases to entertain soldiers who opposed the war. The show featured political sketches, protest songs, humor, and appearances by G.I.s and veterans. This film is a documentation of the group's "Pacific Tour" which included performances in Hawaii, Japan, the Philippines, and Okinawa.
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