The Second Hundred Years: Season 1, Episode 14

Let My People Go-Go (13 Dec. 1967)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy
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The man from the 19th century gets involved with a bunch of 1960's hippies.

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The man from the 19th century gets involved with a bunch of 1960's hippies.

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The title is derived from the biblical Exodus expression and the 1960's dance club the Go-Go. See more »

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References The Ten Commandments (1956) See more »

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