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Venice Beach in the Sixties: A Celebration of Creativity (2008)

TV-MA  |   |  Documentary, Short, Biography  |  14 April 2008 (USA)
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From 1960 to 1964, I lived in Venice Beach, California, then known as Venice, Slum by the Sea. It was also the heart of the mushrooming beat and hippie cultures. Its free-spirited, ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Leon Bahr ...
Himself - Esthete
David Banks ...
Old Hippie
Jane Belson ...
Dancer
Ron Boise ...
Himself - Sculptor
Howard Holtzman ...
Himself - Attorney
Ralph Luce ...
Filmmaker
Louie Lunetta ...
Teacher
Taki ...
Herself
Lonny Thornton ...
Girlfriend / mother
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From 1960 to 1964, I lived in Venice Beach, California, then known as Venice, Slum by the Sea. It was also the heart of the mushrooming beat and hippie cultures. Its free-spirited, flamboyant inhabitants fascinated me, and I filmed all who attracted my lens. Today, 43 years later, I have edited this footage into a 15-minute documentary titled Venice Beach in the Sixties-A Celebration of Creativity. It includes a hippie Halloween costume party; a hip non-costume party, with erotic dancers dressed only in body-paint; and an encounter with LSD, a life-enhancing experience that influenced my films by unveiling to me the mystical universe in its eternal aspect. Written by Anonymous

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