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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way, without the apostrophe) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} [=/=] ConcertFilm, directed by D. A. Pennebaker, about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK.

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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way, way onscreen, without the apostrophe) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} [=/=] ConcertFilm, directed by D. A. Pennebaker, about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK.
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Not to be confused with ''Don't Look Back'' the English title of a 2009 French arthouse thriller called ''Film/NeTeRetournePas''.

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Not to be confused with ''Don't Look Back'' Back'', the English title of a the 2009 French arthouse thriller called ''Film/NeTeRetournePas''.
26th Sep '17 8:53:15 AM jamespolk
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* SeparatedByACommonLanguage: A memorable demonstration of this trope in action. Someone throws a glass as Dylan's party is arriving at a hotel. Dylan, for whatever reason, seems to have deemed some man named Frank as the guilty party. Frank, who is obviously intoxicated, says he's "pissed." An enraged Dylan takes this to be the American meaning of the word, and shouts "Don't tell me you're pissed!"
26th Sep '17 7:09:52 AM jamespolk
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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} [=/=] ConcertFilm, directed by D. A. Pennebaker, about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK.

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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way) way, without the apostrophe) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} [=/=] ConcertFilm, directed by D. A. Pennebaker, about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK.



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* ShoutOut:
** The title is often thought to be a shout-out to a phrase from the song "She Belongs To Me" from ''Music/BringingItAllBackHome''. However D.A. Pennebaker denies this.
** The video for Music/WeirdAlYankovic's song "Bob" parodies this film's opening "Subterranean Homesick Blues" sequence.
** "Mediate" by Music/{{INXS}}, from their album ''Kick'', has a music video which is a shout-out to the "Subterranean Homesick Blues" sequence in this film.
** The satirical film ''Film/BobRoberts'' (1992) parodies many scenes from this movie, including a clear parody of the opening scene.
** Music/{{Chumbawamba}} has a track called "Give the Anarchist a Cigarette" on their album "Anarchy" (1994).
--->''"Give the anarchist a cigarette/ 'Cause that's as close as he's ever going to get/ Bobby just hasn't earned it yet."''
** ''Film/WalkHardTheDeweyCoxStory'' parodies the film notably during a press conference scene in which a reporter compares Dewey to Dylan. Dewey replies, "Why doesn't anyone ask Bob Dylan why he sounds so much like Dewey Cox?", parodying a press conference in ''Film/DontLookBack'' where Dylan provides a similar response when a reporter compares Dylan to fellow singer-songwriter Donovan.
19th Sep '17 8:14:02 AM Mdumas43073
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--> ''"You know the audience that subscribe to TIME magazine, the audience of people that want to know what's happening in the world week by week, the people that work during the day and can read it, its small, alright and it's concise and there's pictures in it, you know? It's a certain class of people, its a class of people that take the magazine seriously, I mean sure I can read it, you know, I read it , I get it on the airplanes but I don't take it seriously. If I want to find out anything, I'm not gonna read TIME magazine, I'm not gunna read Newsweek, I'm not gunna read any of these magazines, I mean cause they just got to much to lose by printing the truth. You know that."''

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--> ''"You know the audience that subscribe to TIME magazine, the audience of people that want to know what's happening in the world week by week, the people that work during the day and can read it, its it's small, alright alright, and it's concise and there's pictures in it, you know? It's a certain class of people, its it's a class of people that take the magazine seriously, I mean sure I can read it, you know, I read it , it, I get it on the airplanes but I don't take it seriously. If I want to find out anything, I'm not gonna read TIME magazine, I'm not gunna gonna read Newsweek, I'm not gunna gonna read any of these magazines, I mean cause 'cause they just got to too much to lose by printing the truth. You know that."''
19th Sep '17 8:12:48 AM Mdumas43073
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--> ''"You know the audience that subscribe to TIME Magazine, the audience of people that want to know what's happening in the world week by week, the people that work during the day and can read it, its small, alright and it's concise and there's pictures in it, you know? It's a certain class of people, its a class of people that take the magazine seriously, I mean sure I can read it, you know, I read it , I get it on the airplanes but I don't take it seriously. If I want to find out anything, I'm not gonna read TIME magazine, I'm not gunna read Newsweek, I'm not gunna read any of these magazines, I mean cause they just got to much to lose by printing the truth. You know that."''

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--> ''"You know the audience that subscribe to TIME Magazine, magazine, the audience of people that want to know what's happening in the world week by week, the people that work during the day and can read it, its small, alright and it's concise and there's pictures in it, you know? It's a certain class of people, its a class of people that take the magazine seriously, I mean sure I can read it, you know, I read it , I get it on the airplanes but I don't take it seriously. If I want to find out anything, I'm not gonna read TIME magazine, I'm not gunna read Newsweek, I'm not gunna read any of these magazines, I mean cause they just got to much to lose by printing the truth. You know that."''
19th Sep '17 8:11:38 AM Mdumas43073
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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} [=/=] ConcertFilm directed by D. A. Pennebaker, about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK.

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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} [=/=] ConcertFilm ConcertFilm, directed by D. A. Pennebaker, about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK.
19th Sep '17 8:11:26 AM Mdumas43073
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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} film, annex ConcertFilm about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK, directed by D. A. Pennebaker.

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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} film, annex [=/=] ConcertFilm about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK, directed by D. A. Pennebaker.
Pennebaker, about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour of the UK.
19th Sep '17 8:08:51 AM Mdumas43073
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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} film, annex ConcertFilm about Music/BobDylan's tour in the UK, directed by D. A. Pennebaker. The film is historically important for capturing Dylan at the peak of his success and his controversial move from folk to electric rock music. It also famous for an iconic proto-music video in which Dylan shows a series of text cards while "Subterranean Homesick Blues" from his album ''Music/BringingItAllBackHome'' plays in the background. As a result it was inducted in the UsefulNotes/NationalFilmRegistry in 1998.

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''Dont Look Back'' (actually spelled that way) is a 1967 {{Rockumentary}} film, annex ConcertFilm about Music/BobDylan's 1965 tour in of the UK, directed by D. A. Pennebaker.

The film is historically important for capturing Dylan at the peak of his success and success, following his controversial move from folk to electric rock music. It It's also famous for an iconic proto-music video in which Dylan shows a series of text cards while "Subterranean Homesick Blues" from his album ''Music/BringingItAllBackHome'' plays in the background. As a result it was inducted in the UsefulNotes/NationalFilmRegistry in 1998.
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* AndStarring: Besides Dylan the documentary also has guest appearances by Music/JoanBaez, Albert Grossman, Alan Price (of Music/TheAnimals), John Mayall, Marianne Faithfull, Donovan, and Creator/AllenGinsberg.

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* AndStarring: Besides Dylan the documentary also has guest appearances by Music/JoanBaez, Albert Grossman, Alan Price (of Music/TheAnimals), John Mayall, Marianne Faithfull, Donovan, Music/MarianneFaithfull, Music/{{Donovan}}, and Creator/AllenGinsberg.
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