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London 1967 Street Video
Old 08-28-2019   #1
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London 1967 Street Video

It is very nice material.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zk0eyKzp1c
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If posting a link for this video is not suitable here, just let me know.
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Great stuff! I half expected to see myself driving down the King's Road in my Triumph Spitfire. A wonderful nostalgia trip for anyone who had lived in London during the 1960s. Thanks again! TW
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Looks like someone got a new spring wind Bolex and was trying it out on the street. Kinda like street photography, with moving pictures.

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So nice, thanks Raid.
I was there in 1966 ...it was great...I still have the 8mm movie I made ...
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When we lived in London I was 3 years old. Not much to remember from then. other than the red mail boxes and Hyde Park where I had a small toy boat that I used there. I once fell into one of the fountain pools at Trafalgar Square.
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So nice, thanks Raid.
I was there in 1966 ...it was great...I still have the 8mm movie I made ...
Post the movie here, Robert!
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Another world. But if you remember the 60s you weren't there...
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Film makes you remember!
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Memories of 1967, in Portland, Oregon very few looked that way.
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Wow... Was this the inspiration for the Austin Powers movie? It's like the producers studied this video. Ha ha

And was that a Yellow Lotus Elan?

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The Pathe Super 16 made such a stable image.
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That was groovy, thanks!
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I am glad that the old video is well received here!
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