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HIPPIE HEAVEN VOLUME 1

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Triple Feature!

THE HIPPIE TEMPTATION 1967
U.S. documentary. (High Quality upgrade.) CBS TV news special hosted by Harry Reasoner explores the way-out world of the Hippies and the Haight-Ashbury psychedelic 1960s LSD scene. Footage of LSDs users experiencing bummer trips.

The Diggers, the Oracle and cool street and Golden Gate Park scenes with hippies tripping out. The Grateful Dead are interviewed and are shown performing "Dancin' in the Streets" on a flatbed truck in Golden Gate Park. The Hippie Temptation!

Plus these bonus selections...

THE SUMMER OF LOVE: SAN FRANCISCO 1965-67
U.S. documentary. Complied from local San Francisco news footage, this documentary includes tons of rare film footage of Haight-Ashbury, hippies, counter-culture, sex, drugs, rock and roll, flower children and more.

Footage of Timothy Leary visiting the Psychedelic Shop in '66. Terrific ballroom footage with liquid light shows and freak outs. The Human Be-In. Interviews include Mickey Hart, Carolyn Garcia, Michael McClure, Allen Cohen, Peter Albin and others.

HIPPIE LOVE IN 1967
Easter Sunday. U.S. documentary. Awesome audio-visual montage of the LA hippie-love scene! Hippies, mods, longhairs, beards, geeks, kids, bikers, capes, caps, goofy hats, headbands, flowers, beads, baubles, bangles, bubbles, painted faces, conga drums, flutes, tambourines, rock bands, weird sunglasses, sultry females dancing, twisting, twirling, gyrating, marijuana, LSD, trippers. Psychedelic music by Spontaneous Combustion.


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