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Roger Daltrey, Ann-Margret, Oliver Reed, Elton John, Eric Clapton, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, Paul Nicholas, Jack Nicholson, Robert Powell, Pete Townshend, Tina Turner
Elton John | lysergic acid diethylamide | marijuana
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Nora Walker faints after reading a telegram with grim news about her bomber pilot husband. (0:07)

Nora attends a memorial service for Capt. Walker and other missing airmen. (0:09)

Nora’s son Tommy watches as his her lover Frank kills Tommy’s father. Nora and Frank tell Tommy he did not hear or see it and will not talk about it. (0:17)

The psychological trauma, combined with the suggestions from Nora and Frank, leave Tommy mute with conversion blindness and deafness. (0:18)

The Acid Queen has Tommy placed in a kind of iron maiden which appears to withdraw his blood the inject it again. (0:36)

His sadistic cousin Kevin tortures Tommy. (0:42)

Nora and Frank leave Tommy with sexual deviant Uncle Ernie. (0:46)

Tommy appears to encounter his doppelganger in a junkyard. (0:49)

Tommy excels at pinball “by intuition.” (0:54)

Tommy appears to experience a flashback of the death of his father and begins to see, hear and talk..(1:16)

Tommy confronts followers getting drunk, smoking “mother nature,” and with hang-ups. (1:39)

Tommy mourns the deaths of Nora and Frank. (1:43)