Flower Films 1967 By Les Blank.
Hippies and flower children dance and create rituals at the historic Los Angeles "Love-In" of Easter Sunday, 1967. This '60s classic documents a once-in a lifetime phenomenon, preserving all the fashions, energy and idealism of the first "alternative lifestyles." Psychedelic special effects! 20 minutes.
"An original rock music score accentuates this film panorama of the action and more meditative moments occurring at Los Angeles' memorable 1967 Easter Sunday Love-In''.
Los Angeles First LOVE-IN - Eastern Sunday 1967 (Documentary 20 min.).
(from Beyond the beat generation - http://tv.beyondthebeatgeneration.com/btbg)
The first Los Angeles Love-in was held to celebrate the Vernal Equinox and to meld the community in an everlasting embrace of fellowship and love.
L.A. felt the love of the summer of '67 too
Here's Rare pictures from Elysian Park Love-In Easter 1967
Los Angeles Love-in 1967
UCLA Library (Los Angeles Times)
Easter Sunday Love-In
Les Blank From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1967 Hippies and Love-in , Los Angeles Photography of Waldo Nilo
Love- in 1967 -a collection of never seen before photographs of hippies 1967 in Los Angeles.
Taken by master photographer Waldo Nilo.
Chet Helms (The Family Dog Avallon Balroom,Carousell Ballroom,Fillmore Auditorium 1965~ 1967 ,pre Bill Graham's Fillmore West ,San Francisco ,CA.),introduces The Miller Blues Band.
A BBC Reporter uncovers the underground Hippie Culture in Los Angeles during a "Love In" featuring music by The Miller Blues Band (Steve Miller Band).
Flower Power Hippie Movement !!
"White Bird" by The Incredible String Band.
This is an old compilation video showing vintage footage from the summer of 1967 in the days just before the tides turned on the youth and hippie movement.
Great look at the scene and feeling of the time, set to era music with both video and still, even some old "super-8" film in the mix.
Great rare stuff!
Seattle, Hippies 1967/04/04
Seattle "be-in" of students and hippies (partial newsreel)
Seattle, 1967-04-04 Internet Archive
The Love-Ins (1967) theatrical trailer
Does anyone remember the griffith park love-ins