1967, Pennebaker Hegedus Films, 96 min, USA, Dir: D.A. Pennebaker

The young Bob Dylan - scathingly brilliant, arrogant, rude, witty - is followed by doc filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker on his triumphant concert tour of England in 1965, accompanied by legendary manager Albert Grossman, folk singer Joan Baez, various groupies, journalists and hangers-on in a no-holds-barred, thrilling landmark of a documentary. With Donovan, John Mayall, Alan Price, Allen Ginsburg, Marianne Faithfull, Bobby Neuwirth.

HAMLET (1969)
1969, Sony Repertory, 117 min, UK, Dir: Tony Richardson

Shakespeare’s classic tragedy gets the Tony Richardson treatment (brought to the screen after a successful stage run of Richardson’s own production in London), and stars Nicol Williamson in the titular role, with Anthony Hopkins as King Claudius and Marianne Faithfull as Ophelia.

1967, Universal, 97 min, Dir: Michael Winner

In Michael Winner’s comedic critique of commercialism, advertising hotshot Andrew Quint (Oliver Reed) quits his high-paying job and begins anew at a small literary magazine. But Andrew soon realizes that expunging everything from his past – including his wife and multiple mistresses - is a tricky task. With Orson Welles, Marianne Faithfull and Carol White.

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