A documentary that explores the counterculture of San Francisco in the mid-1960's. In HD.

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Ace of Cups ...
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Herb Caen ...
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Country Joe and the Fish ...
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Louis Gottlieb ...
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Dan Hicks ...
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Kurt Hirschhorn ...
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Today Malone ...
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Country Joe McDonald ...
Himself (as Country Joe and the Fish)
Barry Melton ...
Himself (as Country Joe and the Fish)
Steve Miller ...
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Tracy Nelson ...
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Quicksilver Messenger Service ...
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Steve Miller Band ...
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Cecil Williams ...
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A documentary that explores the counterculture of San Francisco in the mid-1960's. In HD.

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EXPOSED! The Weird Rites of the Hippies. All About the rebellious ones. How they live, love and die in their wild, wild world! See more »


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1 July 1968 (USA)  »

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Featured in The Hippie Revolution (1996) See more »

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Mercury Blues
Performed by Steve Miller Band
under license from United Artists Records
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bad filmmaking, good documentation
20 May 2001 | by (Brooklyn, NY) – See all my reviews

Revolution, an interesting quasi-documentary on the hippie experience in San Francisco, presents a day in the life of Today Malone, an attractive blond hippie (who might just be an attractive young actress playing a hippie). As with many of such films from the era, we're treated to lengthy pro- and anti-hippie banter, hallucination scenes, free-love themed nudity and excellent music (in this case, Country Joe and the Fish, The Steve Miller Band and Quicksilver Messenger Service, all at the creative peak of their careers). While at times absurd, this film nevertheless provides a fascinating document of the environment of hippie San Francisco, even if seen through exploitative eyes. As with the garbage on eBay, one needs simply to filter out the garbage to find the invaluable treasure.


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