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We Have Come for Your Daughters (1971)

Medicine Ball Caravan (original title)
Documentary of a 154-person bus and truck tour that set out to spread the gospel of flower power to the hinterlands of the U.S.


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Credited cast:
Tim Barnes ...
Himself (as Stoneground)
John Blakeley ...
Himself (as Stoneground)
Herself (as Delaney and Bonnie)
Tom Donahue ...
Brian Godula ...
Himself (as Stoneground)
Lynne Hughes ...
Herself (as Stoneground)
Doug Kershaw ...
Deirdre La Porte ...
Herself (as Stoneground)
Cory Lerios ...
Herself (as Stoneground)
Lydia Mareno ...
Herself (as Stoneground)
Steve Price ...
Himself (as Stoneground)
Annie Sampson ...
Herself (as Stoneground)
David Peel & The Lower East Side ...


Documentary of a 154-person bus and truck tour that set out to spread the gospel of flower power to the hinterlands of the U.S.

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154 children drop in on the folks.


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Release Date:

14 June 1972 (Denmark)  »

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We Have Come for Your Daughters  »

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Radio DJ and record producer in the San Francisco Bay area in the 1960s. He founded Autumn Records,l whose major act was The Beau Brummels. The label went out of business in 1966. See more »


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11 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Haven't seen the film, but I was there at the concert at Antioch College in the summer of 1970. What I remember mostly was Van Morrison, David Peel being chased by some guy with a knife in front of the student union, and a large plastic trash can full of jello and dry ice! Quite an introduction to college life!

As I recall, the summer of '70 was the season of Woodstock wannabe festivals. The Goose Lake Festival in Jackson, Michigan comes to mind(lots of hard drugs, no show bands, and hostility from the locals)

  • thought a film was made of this. Also Isle of Wight, various others.

The other one I went to that year was the Philadelphia Folk Festival. Not a rock festival, but lots of good music including Fairport OCnvention in their prime!

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