Examines the widespread use of drugs in American society and presents experts discussing different reasons for increased drug abuse by youth. Focuses on the varying opinions of a judge, researcher, child psychologist, minister, and drug user toward increased drug abuse. Emphasizes the need for helping children make proper choices about drugs. Highlight: JIM NABORS and unidentified woman do operatic duet to "Figaro" with lyrics changed to drug references; Jim Nabors pops pills in the sequence!! ALSO: Good hippie sequence in Haight-Ashbury.
I recently used some of this as part of some visual I created to accompany a DJ mix I'd created.
A company called 'Rumble' were complaining that
I'd infringed their copyright as they own this video.....it's a bit sketchy because it was in Spanish but love to know whether that's BS or not
February 9, 2021 Subject:
By the way, that ''unidentified woman'' with Jim Nabors is none other than opera singer Mary Costa, also known as the voice of Disney's Aurora from Sleeping Beauty. That segment is from the ''Girlfriends and Nabors'' special that premiered on CBS-TV in 1968.
Me gustaria usar la cara del senor explicando, darle un zoom continuo hasta que pierda el sentido.
August 1, 2016 Subject:
Rather trippy and psychedelic romp through what makes drugs so bad featuring a monotone narrator that doesnt move at all (which could make for some great editing experiments) and lots and lots of talking heads. We don't know who these people are, Just their professions, whgich makes it somewhat less interesting (but is saved by the last subject bohemian teacher look). All throughout this movie, there's also some wild clips of the bar scene in SF, the street scene in SF, and Yes, Jim Nabors. In one scene you can hear the music of Bob Dylan. Not too sure of the music clearances of all of these, but all of it sure winds up becoming a little spaced out.