Swinging Britain in the 60s: A Psychedelic Dream (1967) | British Pathé
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This segment of Pathé pictorial paints a psychedelic picture of the nineteen-sixties in London, England where the 'social rebels' have taken over with trendy clubs, paper dresses, and a new sense of discipline?
Music: Barney J Barnes And The Intro - It Must Be Love
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Note: the neg. version has sections cut throughout that are spliced in at the end of the story, making the commentary out of synch with the visuals for most of the time. Neg. version is better quality for visuals, but use print version if corresponding commentary is required.
Social Rebels have taken over. Swinging London is spreading and the youth celebrates it's own kind of culture.
Quintessential swinging sixties footage.
See separate record of CP 662 - SWINGING BRITAIN (NEG) for full description (*PM0421*). This version was transferred from print and is in correct order, with corresponding commentary.
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