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MAKING THE MONKEES 2007

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MAKING THE MONKEES 2007
U.K. documentary. This is an exceptionally good documentary on the early history of the Monkees that provides lots of good "inside" information told by the people who were there in the 1960s.

Listening to Don Kirshner tell his side of the story along with the Monkees, and Mike Nesmith in particular, who present their version of events, it becomes clear that both sides could have behaved better. It's easy to side with the Monkees and dislike Don Kirshner, but Kirshner makes some good arguments about his role and his successes for the group.

Still, we love the Monkees, their music, and recognize that their story is utterly fascinating. Interviews include Bob Rafelson, Don Kirshner, Mike Nesmith, Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, Bobby Hart, Jeff Barry, Eric Lefkowitz and Andrew Sandoval.

Plus this bonus selection...

WE LOVE THE MONKEES 2012
U.K. documentary. A different take on the Monkees story, this time we hear from lifelong fans, some of whom met the Monkees in the 1960s. Also, Monkees record producer and engineer (Chip Douglas and Hank Cicalo) give their perspectives of working with the Monkees during the Headquarters era and beyond.

Also, cool screen test footage featuring scenes with "other" Monkees contenders who didn't make it on the show. Interviews include Chip Douglas, Hank Cicalo, Bob Rafelson, James Frawley, Bobby Hart, Toni Basil, Henry Diltz, David Evans. Also, Davy Jones' first wife, Linda Haines.


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