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“… a visual treat for Mod enthusiasts everywhere.” Jeremy Wheeler, All Movie Guide

“For Pink Floyd fans it's one of very few opportunities to see Syd Barrett playing with the band, which is reason enough to seek it out.” ChristerThor, Online Reviews

Tonite Let's All Make Love In London (1967) DVD — Written and directed by Peter Whitehead; featuring Mick Jagger, Vanessa Redgrave, Michael Caine, Julie Christie and many other icons from the 60’s scene in London. Bonus Section: Seven bands perform hit songs from the era.

Synopsis: Peter Whitehead's 1967 documentary of London scene in the swinging-60's is a visual treat for Mod enthusiasts everywhere. Featuring a who's-who of the scene, Tonight Let's All Make Love In London—Pop Concerto for Film is a visual patchwork of 60's culture, seen through the eyes of the people leading it. Mick Jagger, Michael Caine, Vanessa Redgrave, Allen Ginsberg, Jimi Hendrix and Julie Christie are all here, alongside counter-culture artists and other musicians who helped shape their generation and future ones to come. Most of the musical content comes in the form of extremely rare concert footage and inside studio recording sessions, while other segments include candid interviews, strange political demonstration footage, and even a segment on the radical art of body painting! Yes, politics and sex are on the palette here as the psychedelic soundtrack from a very young Pink Floyd, swirls and pushes the film on towards the climax of it's brisk 70 minute running time. Languishing in distribution limbo for too long, Tonight Let's All Make Love In London is a fitting testimonial to the changing times in the mid-60's and one that should be able to live on in the years to come for the young and old to look back on and enjoy. Jeremy Wheeler, All Movie Guide

Part 1 — The Loss of the British Empire
Part 2 — Dolly Girls
Part 3 — Protest (The Animals perform “When I Was Young,” Vanessa Redgrave at a protest rally; her “performance” needs to be seen to be believed)
Part 4 —It’s All Pop (Interviews with Andrew Loog Oldham and Mick Jagger; Stones perform “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadows”)
Part 5 — Movie Stars (Interviews with Julie Christie and Michael Caine)
Part 6 — Painting Pop (Interviews with Alan Aldridge and David Hockney)
Part 7 — As Scene From the USA (Thoughts from Americans like Lee Marvin as Playboy opens its first European club in London)

Item description: Never released on DVD in North America or Europe — and very, very hard-to-find as a used VHS. This was professionally authored from a Japanese laserdisc version. (Note: Japanese subtitles appear on the bottom of the screen during the interviews.) Includes Menu with Bonus Section: Live performances by: 1. Fleetwood Mac (Man of the World) 2. The Who (Happy Jack) 3. Kinks (Plastic Man) 4. Manfred Mann (Ha! Ha! Said the Clown) 5. Moody Blues (Nights in White Satin) 6. The Easybeats (Friday on My Mind) 7. Ten Years After (Bad Scene)

DVD also known as:
The London Scene
Runtime: USA:70 min
Country: UK
Language: English (with Japanese subtitles during interviews)
Color: Black and White / Color
Sound Mix: Mono

Cast (in alphabetical order)
Alan Aldridge .... Himself
Vashti Bunyan .... Herself
Eric Burdon .... Himself
Michael Caine .... Himself
Julie Christie .... Herself
Chris Farlowe .... Himself
Allen Ginsberg .... Himself
Jimi Hendrix …. Himself
David Hockney .... Himself
Mick Jagger .... Himself
Kenney Jones .... Himself (as The Small Faces)
Ace Kefford .... Himself
Ronnie Lane .... Himself (as The Small Faces)
Donyale Luna .... Herself
Steven Marriott .... Himself (as The Small Faces)
Lee Marvin .... Guest
Ian McLagan .... Himself (as The Small Faces)
Edna O'Brien .... Herself
Andrew Loog Oldham .... Himself
Vanessa Redgrave .... Herself
Andrew Rose .... Himself (as Twice As Much)
David Skinner .... Himself (as Twice As Much)
Dolly Read .... Herself (uncredited)