With Ang Lee and Demetri Martin ''Taking Woodstock'' this weekend, we're looking back at the grooviest guys and gals we've met at the big screen love-in -- starring Peter Fonda, Goldie Hawn, and Dennis Hopper
Butterflies Are Free (1972)
Hawn was the giggle of a generation from her work on Laugh-In, so she was perfect as the wonderfully eccentric babe who falls for her blind next-door neighbor (Edward Albert). She's perky (''Funerals don't have to be morbid'') and fun, and not insignificantly mostly half-naked.
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