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Still Crazy After All These Years

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An Everymani report by Peter France
Ten years ago the new age of peace and love proclaimed by the hippies seemed to be around the corner. Today, most of the ' flower children ' have children of their own, and the sober 70s have brought widespread disillusion with the power of flowers. But not all the visions have faded; and not all the visionaries have gone back home to daddy.
In this second of two films, PETER FRANCE traces the idealists of ten years ago who keep alive the hope of a new age. and who believe that the greater truths are on their side: teepee-dweller Sid Rawle , pop-star Arthur Brown , founder of 'Release' Caroline Coon , aristocratic hippy Sir Mark Palmer , and poet Allen Ginsberg.
Producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON

Contributors

Unknown: Peter France
Unknown: Sid Rawle
Unknown: Arthur Brown
Unknown: Caroline Coon
Unknown: Sir Mark Palmer
Unknown: Allen Ginsberg.
Producer: William Nicholson

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Still Crazy After All These Years

BBC One London, 8 July 1979 22.35






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