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Archive for the ‘Youth Culture’ Category

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    Beat Nick the Beatnik

    • 3895 Views • 1960s, Literature, Magazine, Youth CultureComments Off on Beat Nick the Beatnik

    From 1950 through to ’68 an imprint of DC Comics (National Periodical Publications in case you were wondering) published ‘The Adventures of Bob Hope’. A comic book equivalent to the assorted shows that Bob Hope was involved in during the period. It ran...

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    Falling in Love at Woodstock Festival – The Comics

    • 4270 Views • 1970s, Art, Magazine, Music, Youth CultureComments Off on Falling in Love at Woodstock Festival – The Comics

    You’ve heard the album, listened to the song, seen the film, and got the T shirt or perhaps you were there (man) at the most famous rock festival in history, but now it’s time to take a look at Woodstock – The comics. Here we have not one,...

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    Rock-A-Bye: 1973 Canadian TV Documentary

    • 1942 Views • 1970s, Music, Television, Youth CultureComments Off on Rock-A-Bye: 1973 Canadian TV Documentary

    Back to a time before the Rolling Stones had wrinkles, before Keith Richards started looking like a pirate and a Canadian documentary featuring lots of drugs, lots of police, lots of vinyl and almost inevitably lots of hair. This fascinating piece of social...

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    Mod Trilogy – They Call Us Misfits Documentary

    • 4832 Views • 1960s, Documentary, Film, Youth CultureComments Off on Mod Trilogy – They Call Us Misfits Documentary

    They Call Us Misfits or They Call Us Mods ( Dom kallar oss mods) is a 1968 Swedish documentary that was directed, produced and written by Stefan Jarl and Jan Lindqvist. This video is their first film in the Mods Trilogy series, the second film A Decent life...

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    Stay Sharpie – One Night in Adelaide

    • 2657 Views • 1960s, Documentary, Youth Culture1 Comment

    Evolutionary biologists have long been fascinated with the development of species on the Australian sub-continent and the way they have evolved without the effect of any external influences to create such unique creatures as kangaroos, wallabies and koala...