Fun Fact Tiny Tim went by the stage names Larry Love, Darry Dover, and Judas K. Foxglove. His real name was Herbert Khaury.The List
Nine Inch Nails
Pipe Wrench WireFilm Classics
God is alive and well and living in a sugar cube
Deaf teenage runaway Jenny (Susan Strasberg) lands in Haight-Ashbury in search of her brother, "The Seeker" (Bruce Dern). She's
helped by Stoney (Jack Nicholson) and the members of his band, Mumblin' Jim. Stoney's pal Dave (Dean Stockwell) turns Jenny on
to a heaping dose of STP, causing her to run through the streets chased by fire. The Seeds perform "Two Fingers Pointing At You" at
a mock funeral, and The Strawberry Alarm Clock do "Rainy Day Mushroom Pillow," as well as the title track. With several acid
freak-outs, Garry Marshall as a Narc, and a bummer ending. A Dick Clark production.
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Some clips from the groundbreaking 1971 PBS program "An American Family." Probably the first TV reality show, "AAF" was a multipart cinema-verite documentary about the Loud family of Santa Barbara. Parents Pat and Bill try to cope with their five kids: Lance, Grant, Kevin, Delilah, and Michelle. They agreed to have their lives filmed over the course of one year. During that time Bill and Pat separted and decided to divorce. Lance moved to the Chelsea Hotel and took up with the East Village drag scene and the Warhol Factory crowd. The rest of the kids tried to cope with being hip and affluent during the late Viet Nam era.
Lance went on to be a journalist as well as the lead singer of The Mumps. He died in 2001. Here he is describing his siblings: