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The Doors: Dance on Fire (1985)

A combination of concert footage, television appearances, record company promo clips and new video footage shows the Doors, a top '60s rock band.

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My first VCR tape was Doors Dance on Fire
4 October 2002 | by (The Woodlands, Texas) – See all my reviews

I bought my first VCR in 1985, and this is my first pre-recorded VCR tape. I still watch it a lot. All the clips are top notch, especially The Unknown Soldier, which I first saw on a Hy Lit show (people from Philly and N.E. PA remember this show) and Touch Me, that came from a broadcast of The Smothers Brothers show in 1969 which I saw on TV live when I was nine years old. My videotape is very worn now, from so much play. This is a great experience for all Doors fans.


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