YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT 1968
U.S. film. This blast from the past is the quintessential 1960s hippie counter-culture film experience, capturing swinging lifestyles and trends, including be-ins, body painting, surfing, a "Teen Fair" and the one-and-only Tiny Tim.
Highlights include Super Spade, hippies, freaks, geezers, hipsters, love-ins, freak-outs, wild body gyrations, hair-flailing dancing, scene digging, stoners, loners, dopers, pot smokers, the Family Dog, bikers, San Francisco, LA, and New York City.
A groovy film montage-collage featuring stoned-out gobbledygook and 1960s youth culture images. "Hey kids, get your own outasight nazi helmet!" Psychedelic '60s. Music is supplied by Harper's Bizarre, David Crosby, The Electric Flag, Frank Zappa, Peter Yarrow, Paul Butterfield, Barry McGuire and others. Groovy, man! You Are What You Eat!
Plus this bonus selection...
THE GENERATION GAP 1969
U.S. TV game show. Feb-2-69. Groovy teenagers compete against the over-30, older generation answering trivia questions about each other's generation. Questions pertain to the Beatles, Peter Max, Arlo Guthrie, fashion, old radio & TV programs, slang, flower power and more!
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