The Maze: Etched in Acid

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KPIX-TV documentary film from 1967 narrated by Frank Dill, which examines the use and effect of mind altering drugs in San Francisco's youth counter culture, focusing on why young people are taking lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). Includes interviews with Dr Allan Cohen (clinical psychologist at UC Berkeley), Hank Harrison (Director of the LSD Rescue Mission), youths who endorse the positive impact of drugs and a lady who is under the influence of LSD and tries to decribe her experience. Also features views of the Monterey Pop Festival and the Haight-Ashbury district in San Francisco. This film was produced by Alan Goldberg, written by Larry Russell and directed by Dick Williams. The music is by The New Salvation Army Band.

Originally aired on
KPIX-TV
Date aired
1967
Recording medium
16mm color optical sound film
25:09
Rights for this video belong to
CBS5 KPIX-TV
Type of material
documentary film
Identifier
V63819-1
Views
9703

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That is a fascinating piece of psychedelic history.  Thanks for digging that one up and posting!

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