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14th May '16 11:24:06 PM nombretomado
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* The younger people in MadMen get into the style of this subculture during a few seasons of the show. Peggy even wears a mod-styled dress while riding a scooter and Sally Draper sports some go-go boots.

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* The younger people in MadMen ''Series/MadMen'' get into the style of this subculture during a few seasons of the show. Peggy even wears a mod-styled dress while riding a scooter and Sally Draper sports some go-go boots.
7th Apr '15 10:12:56 PM toongrrl1990
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* The younger people in MadMen get into the style of this subculture during a few seasons of the show. Peggy even wears a mod-styled dress while riding a scooter and Sally Draper sports some go-go boots.
10th Mar '15 2:48:29 PM MarkLungo
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10th Mar '15 9:13:40 AM nombretomado
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11th Feb '15 4:24:24 PM MarkLungo
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* Mick Jagger looks sharp even when playing a {{Gunslinger}} in {{Film/Ned Kelly}}. At one point he wears a frilly shirt, pointy boots and velvet coat that could have come straight from Carnaby Street.

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* Mick Jagger Music/MickJagger looks sharp even when playing a {{Gunslinger}} in {{Film/Ned Kelly}}.''Film/NedKelly''. At one point he wears a frilly shirt, pointy boots and velvet coat that could have come straight from Carnaby Street.
11th Feb '15 4:23:32 PM MarkLungo
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** As an {{Agent Peacock}}, the Third Doctor's costume was inspired by the Swinging London look of the late 1960s.

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** As an {{Agent Peacock}}, AgentPeacock, the Third Doctor's costume was inspired by the Swinging London look of the late 1960s.
10th Feb '15 6:51:49 PM Smiffy
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** As an {{Agent Peacock}}, the Third Doctor's costume was inspired by the Swinging London look of the late 1960s.
7th Feb '15 5:56:01 PM Smiffy
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* Mick Jagger looks sharp even when playing a {{Gunslinger}} in {{Film/Ned Kelly}}. At one point he wears a frilly shirt, pointy boots and velvet coat that could have come straight from Carnaby Street.
29th Nov '14 11:40:53 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* In an episode of ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'', Vince goes for the Mod look.

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* In an episode of ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'', our heroes are confronted by suit-clad Mod Wolves. Vince goes for has declared himself King of the Mod look.Mods, so the wolves are no threat.
28th Nov '14 9:43:44 AM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:300:The mods of ''Film/{{Quadrophenia}}'' show off their wheels.]]

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''Why that uncertain feeling is still here in my brain"''\\
-- '''Music/TheWho''', "[[Music/{{Quadrophenia}} Cut My Hair]]"

A sort of precursor to the modern {{Hipster}}, only with far more amphetamines and street fights, the Mod subculture emerged in England in the early 1960s. Characteristics included wearing tailor-made suits and army jackets, listening to soul, ska, and R&B as well as bands such as Music/TheWho, Music/TheKinks and Music/TheSmallFaces, riding Italian scooters, and fighting with TheRival Rocker subculture, who preferred the leather-jacketed "[[GreaserDelinquents Greaser]]" look and American rock and roll music like Music/ChuckBerry and Music/ElvisPresley. This rivalry came to a head at the Brighton Beach Riots of 1964, as shown in the film ''Film/{{Quadrophenia}}''. The subculture died out in the late 1960s (although its more working-class and aggressive strand mutated into UsefulNotes/{{Skinheads}}), experienced a revival in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and subsequently influenced the {{Britpop}} explosion in the 1990s.

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''Why that uncertain feeling is still here in my brain"''\\
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'''Music/TheWho''', "[[Music/{{Quadrophenia}} Cut My Hair]]"

A sort of precursor to the modern {{Hipster}}, only with far more amphetamines and street fights, the Mod subculture emerged in England in the early 1960s. Characteristics included wearing tailor-made suits and army jackets, listening to soul, ska, and R&B as well as bands such as Music/TheWho, Music/TheKinks and Music/TheSmallFaces, riding Italian scooters, and fighting with TheRival Rocker subculture, who preferred the leather-jacketed "[[GreaserDelinquents Greaser]]" "{{Greaser|Delinquents}}" look and American rock and roll music like Music/ChuckBerry and Music/ElvisPresley. This rivalry came to a head at the Brighton Beach Riots of 1964, as shown in the film ''Film/{{Quadrophenia}}''. The subculture died out in the late 1960s (although its more working-class and aggressive strand mutated into UsefulNotes/{{Skinheads}}), experienced a revival in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and subsequently influenced the {{Britpop}} explosion in the 1990s.
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