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Rainbow Bridge (1972)

A documentary about various singers, musicians, artists, astrologers, etc., who attended a "New Age" gathering in Maui, Hawaii.

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Himself (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bob Amacker ...
Himself
Baron Bingen ...
Himself
Charlotte Blob ...
Herself
Jimmy Cameron ...
Himself
Yella Cameron ...
Herself
Billy Cox ...
Himself
Barry De Prendergast ...
Himself
Herbie Fletcher ...
Himself
Paul Gebauer ...
Himself
Benny Harrison ...
Himself
Pat Hartley ...
Herself
Patricia Higgens ...
Herself
Luke Hyneg ...
Himself
Michael Hynson ...
Himself
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A documentary about various singers, musicians, artists, astrologers, etc., who attended a "New Age" gathering in Maui, Hawaii.

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March 1972 (USA)  »

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Jimi Hendrix, o athanatos  »

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Crazy Credits

The copyright notice is the first credit to appear onscreen. Following this, there is a long series of 70's-style animation (checker-screen wipes and all) over the other opening titles. See more »

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References Too Late the Hero (1970) See more »

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Foxy Lady
Written and Performed by Jimi Hendrix
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No Really, This is a GOOD MOVIE!!!
24 January 2003 | by (DETROIT USA) – See all my reviews

OK. Its not really a movie about Jimi Hendrix or a Jimi Hendrix concert. And yes it has a lot of hippie oriented nonsense in it. Still its a good window into times gone by. I remember seeing this in the theatre when it was released and thinking WOW what a great movie... I bought it recently and I still look at it fondly. Its worth the cost just for Hendrix's ROUSING Dolly Dagger.

A fun "BLAST FROM THE PAST".


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