Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter

MGM / Allen Klein

Saul Swimmer

Herman's Hermits, Stanley Holloway, Mona Washbourne, Lance Percival
Marjorie Rhodes, Nat Jackley

Youth culture comedy musical

Head

Raybert Productions

Bob Rafaelson

The Monkees, Victor Mature, Annette Funicello, Timothy Carey
Logan Ramsey, Abraham Sofaer, Vito Scotti, Charles Macaulay
T. C. Jones, Charles Irving, William Bagdad, Percy Helton, Sonny Liston

Youth culture fantasy musical documenting the life of a Sixties pop group

Pop Down

Fremar / New Realm

Fred Marshall

Diane Keen, Jane Bates, Andy Ellison, Carol Rachell, Nicole Yarna
Margaret Evans, Debbie Slater, Bill Aaron, Zoot Money, Tony Hicks
Brenton Wood, Fred Marshall


Psychedelic pop film with a sci-fi story line based around visiting aliens. Other musical contributions include Don Partridge, Blossom Toes
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and The Trinity, Luis Bonfa
Maria Toledo, Hetty Schneider, The Idle Race and Dantalion's Chariot


The Beatles Mod Odyssey

Tarot Associates Inc

George Dunning II, Heinz Edelmann

A short 7 minute film with Beatles music

The Doors: The Doors Are Open

Granada Television

John Sheppard

Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, John Densmore

Documentary movie made for television and released on video in 1992. The film contains interviews, performance footage from a concert at London's 'Roundhouse' and music over newsreel footage of demonstration scenes

The Stones Rock And Roll Circus

Michael Lindsay-Hogg

This was filmed for television at the Wembley International Studios on 11th December 1968 but never released in its entirety at the time ( although some footage showed up in other productions ) as Mick Jagger was reputedly unhappy with the quality. The circus acts were supplied by Sir Robert Fossett's circus, including a fire-eater and trapeze artists. Stars featured were Marianne Faithfull, Jethro Tull, The Who (performing a fab acapella piece), Taj Mahal, Ian Anderson, and a 'supergroup' called 'Dirty Mac' consisting of John Lennon, Keith Richard, Eric Clapton and the Hendrix drummer Mitch Mitchell, with a special number featuring Yoko Ono. There was also, originally, a curious interlude involving Mick Jagger and Keith Richard in a knife-throwing act. It was subjected to post-production in the UK and USA between 1989 and 1995 and released as a 65 minute video in 1996 by ABKCO Films. For those of you who missed it, hard luck - it was on UK television on December 26th 2004 - just after midnight!



Experience ( See My Music Talking )

Pomegranate

Peter Neal

A short, twenty-nine minute documentary on Jimi Hendrix
with a typically British pop-art background setting and
narrated byAlexis Korner.
The music is based around hits from Jimi's first two albums

Cream's Farewell Concert

Distributed by Film Shows

Sandy Oliveri

Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton

Filmed on 26th November 1968 at The Royal Albert Hall.
A documentary on, and the performance from, Cream's last concert

You Are What You Eat

Commonwealth-United

Barry Feinstein

Basically an irreverent 'underground' documentary, built around a prospective album soundtrack, about the various mid-Sixties cultures and starring the talents of Paul Butterfield, Barry McGuire, Rosko, Tiny Tim and Peter Yarrow. Additional music and cameos come from Super Spade
The Electric Flag, John Simon, David Crosby and Harper's Bizarre. Cameo appearances from The Family Dog, The Mothers Of Invention
Ringo Starr and others. The director, Barry Feinstein, was also one of the leading album cover photographers of the Sixties

Joanna

TCF / Laughlin

Michael Sarne

Genevieve Waite, Christian Doermer, Calvin Lockhart, Donald Sutherland

Swinging London culture.
A girl art student comes to the big city but doesn't make good

Yellow Submarine

King Features / Apple

George Duning

Swinging Sixties culture cartoon fantasy featuring the music of
The Beatles with their voices being 'done' by:
Paul Angelis, Peter Batten, John Clive, Dick Emery
Geoffrey Hughes, Lance Percival

Candy

Selmur / Dear / Corona

Christian Marquand

Ewa Aulin, Richard Burton, Marlon Brando, James Coburn
Walter Matthau, Charles Aznavour, John Huston, Elsa Martinelli
Ringo Starr, John Astin

Hippie culture psychedelic fantasy about a girl who can't say 'No'


Jane Birkin
not from film

Wonderwall

Cinecenta / Alan Clore-Compton

Joe Massot

Jack MacGowran, Jane Birkin, Richard Wattis, Irene Handl
Iain Quarrier, Beatrix Lehmann, Brian Walsh

Swinging Sixties youth culture 'psychedelia' film with sexual overtones. The music is by George Harrison

Blonde On A Bum Trip

Nile Street

Ralph Mauro

Alexis Wassell, Don Nevins, Barbara Spiegelber, Carole Trent

Acid, psychedelia culture move with good nightclub scenes and music from The E-Types, The Vagrants and Bit A Sweet

IF . . .

Paramount / Memorial

Lindsay Anderson

Malcolm McDowell, David Wood, Richard Warwick, Robert Swann
Arthur Lowe, Christine Noonan

Flashes of sixties culture in this surreal, all-time great, cult fantasy treatment of school life and, ultimately, pure anarchy

Flesh

MGM

Andy Warhol

Joe Dallesandro, Geraldine Smith, Patti D'Arbanville, Candy Darling
Jackie Curtis, Geri Miller

Cult underground film about New York street life.
A day in the life of a male prostitute

Performance

Warner

Nicolas Roeg

Mick Jagger, James Fox, Anita Pallenberg, Michele Breton
Johnny Shannon, John Bindon

Drama with music. A vicious gangster moves in with a former pop idol. Songs include 'Gone Dead Train' by Randy Newman, 'Dyed Dyed
Red' by Buffy Sainte-Marie, 'Memo From Turner' by Mick Jagger
'Wake Up Niggers' by Last Poets, 'Performance' and 'Poor White Hound' by Merry Clayton. For various reasons the film was not actually released until 1970

Finian's Rainbow

Warner / Seven Arts

Francis Ford Coppola

Fred Astaire, Petula Clark, Tommy Steele, Don Francks, Keenan Wynn
Barbara Hancock, Al Freeman

Musical fantasy film - no Sixties cultural significance, just pleasant unassuming fun with 'Downtown' singer Pet Clark


Duane Eddy
not from film

Kona Coast

Warner Brothers

Lamont Johnson

Joan Blondell, Richard Boone, Vera Miles

Drama in which a fishing boat captain gets revenge on the guys who murdered his daughter. Small uncredited appearance by Duane Eddy

Up The Junction

Paramount / BHE

Peter Collinson

Adrienne Posta, Suzy Kendall, Dennis Waterman, Maureen Lipman
Liz Fraser, Alfie Bass, Hylda Baker

Another classic Sixties youth culture movie. A well-off girl moves to working-class Clapham. Brilliant bluesy soundtrack by Manfred Mann

For Singles Only

Columbia Pictures Corporation

Arthur Dreifuss

John Saxon, Mary Ann Mobley, Lana Wood, Mark Richman, Milton Berle
Dick Castle, Ann Elder, Talya Ferro, Norma Foster, Duke Hobbie
Marty Ingels, Maria Korda, Leslie McRae, Dita Nicole, Chris Noel
Hortense Petra, Charles Robinson, Cal Tjader, Walter Wanderley
Norman Wells

Musical comedy about two girls who move into a singles apartment.
Music by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Sunshine Company
The Walter Wanderley Trio, The Lewis & Clark Expedition
and The Cal Tjader Band

Psych-Out

Dick Clark Enterprises

Richard Rush

Susan Strasberg, Dean Stockwell, Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern
Adam Roarke, Max Julien, Henry Jaglom, Linda Gaye Scott
I. J. Jefferson, Tommy Flanders, Ken Scott, Garry Marshall
Geoffrey Stevens, Susan Bushman, John 'Bud' Cardos

Hippie / flower power culture musical.
'Taste a moment of madness . . . listen to the sound of purple. Come where the pleasure is'. A hippie band 'adopts' a deaf runaway girl who comes to Los Angeles to try and find her missing brother after receiving a postcard from him saying 'God is alive and well and living in a sugar cube'. Music is by The Strawberry Alarm Clock and The Seeds

 

Hello Down There ( Sub-A-Dub-Dub )

Ivan Tors Films

Jack Arnold and Ricou Browning

Harvey Lembeck, Henny Backus, Jim Backus, Ken Berry, Kay Cole
Richard Dreyfuss, Bruce Gordon, Merv Griffin, Pat Henning, Bud Hoey
Andy Jarrell, Lora Kaye, Jay Laskay, Janet Leigh, Frank Logan
Charles Martin, Roddy McDowall, Lee Meredith, Charlotte Rae
Tony Randall, Frank Schuller, Arnold Stang, Gary Tigerman, Lou Wagner

Comedy Sci-fi musical about a family living in an experimental underwater condo where they also rehearse their pop band. After making a nationwide broadcast from under the sea they make it big, announcing their plan of opening underwater night clubs. Flipper, being a dolphin, was intelligent enough to stay well away from this one.

One Plus One ( Sympathy For The Devil )

Connoisseur / Cupid Productions

Jean-Luc Godard

The Rolling Stones, Marianne Faithfull, Anita Pallenberg, Sean Lynch
Clifton Jones, Danny Daniels, Nicky Hopkins, Anne Wiazemsky
Nike Arrighi, Iain Quarrier, Frankie Dymon Jr

Semi-documentary on the 'Sympathy For The Devil' production
with revolutionary overtones using rock'n'roll as its basis

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