I too have a copy of this film as I was one of the first on my block to own a Sony Betamax and liked to tape special programs like this and Dick Clark's 25th Anniversary special, etc. etc. I love compilation material and there is much to see here. As the years have passed, I have acquired many of the original films (Monterey Pop, Beatles on Sullivan), etc. that the program used as clips in this production. Historians would do well to find this. I wouldn't be surprised if it is in the Museum of Radio and TV in New York and Beverly Hills. The beauty of video tape and film is the ability to preserve so much of this great, great history.
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