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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: This documentary captures the feeling of the 1960s, even though the topics in them might seem old-fashioned nowadays.


Should not be confused with the VideoGames ''VideoGame/{{Revolution 1986}}'', ''VideoGame/RevolutionX'' and ''VideoGame/ReVOLUTION''. Should not be confused with the {{Film}}s ''Film/{{Revolution 1967}}'', ''Film/{{Revolution 1985}}'', ''Film/{{Revolution 1989}}'', ''Animation/{{Revolution 2009}}'', and ''Film/{{Revolution 2012}}''. Should not be confused with the 2013 short story ''Literature/TheRevolution''. Should not be confused with Creator/TheHistoryChannel miniseries ''Series/TheRevolution2006'', the Creator/{{ABC}} series ''Series/TheRevolution'', the Creator/{{NBC}} series ''Series/{{Revolution}}'', and the ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'' episode "[[Recap/LawAndOrderCriminalIntentS8E16Revolution Revolution]]". Should not be confused with the production company Creator/RevolutionStudios.

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Should not be confused with the VideoGames ''VideoGame/{{Revolution 1986}}'', ''VideoGame/RevolutionX'' and ''VideoGame/ReVOLUTION''. Should not be confused with the {{Film}}s ''Film/{{Revolution 1967}}'', ''Film/{{Revolution 1985}}'', ''Film/{{Revolution 1989}}'', ''Animation/{{Revolution 2009}}'', and ''Film/{{Revolution 2012}}''. Should not be confused with the 2013 short story ''Literature/TheRevolution''. Should not be confused with Creator/TheHistoryChannel miniseries ''Series/TheRevolution2006'', the Creator/{{ABC}} series ''Series/TheRevolution'', the Creator/{{NBC}} series ''Series/{{Revolution}}'', and the ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'' episode "[[Recap/LawAndOrderCriminalIntentS8E16Revolution Revolution]]". Should not be confused with the production company Creator/RevolutionStudios.For other works by this name, see {{Revolution}}.

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Should not be confused with the VideoGames ''VideoGame/{{Revolution 1986}}'', ''VideoGame/RevolutionX'' and ''VideoGame/ReVOLUTION''. Should not be confused with the {{Film}}s ''Film/{{Revolution 1967}}'', ''Film/{{Revolution 1985}}'', ''Film/{{Revolution 1989}}'', ''Animation/{{Revolution 2009}}'', and ''Film/{{Revolution 2012}}''. Should not be confused with the 2013 short story ''Literature/TheRevolution''. Should not be confused with Creator/TheHistoryChannel miniseries ''Series/TheRevolution2006'', the Creator/{{ABC}} series ''Series/TheRevolution'', the Creator/{{NBC}} series ''Series/{{Revolution}}'', and the ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'' episode "[[Recap/LawAndOrderCriminalIntentS8E16Revolution Revolution]]". Should not be confused with the production company Creator/RevolutionStudios.


* NewAgeRetroHippie: This is the subject of the documentary.

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* NewAgeRetroHippie: This is Hippies are the subject of the this documentary.


''Revolution'' is a 1968 documentary directed, written, and produced by Jack O'Connell. It takes place in San Francisco in 1967.

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''Revolution'' is a 1968 documentary {{Documentary}} directed, written, and produced by Jack O'Connell. It takes place in San Francisco in 1967.

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* CoolPeopleRebelAgainstAuthority: That is precisely the reason people became hippies in the sixties.


The documentary is about interviewing hippies and exploring the culture surrounding them. The groups being interviewed include Ace of Cups, Country Joe and the Fish, Steve Miller Band, and Quicksilver Messenger Service.

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The documentary is about interviewing hippies and exploring the culture surrounding them. The groups being interviewed include Ace of Cups, Country Joe and the Fish, Steve Miller Band, Music/SteveMillerBand, and Quicksilver Messenger Service.



* Music/SteveMillerBand: This band is one of the groups being interviewed in this documentary.

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* Music/SteveMillerBand: UnintentionalPeriodPiece: This band is one documentary captures the feeling of the groups being interviewed 1960s, even though the topics in this documentary.them might seem old-fashioned nowadays.

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* Music/SteveMillerBand: This band is one of the groups being interviewed in this documentary.



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''Revolution'' is a 1968 documentary directed, written, and produced by Jack O'Connell. It takes place in San Francisco in 1967.

The documentary is about interviewing hippies and exploring the culture surrounding them. The groups being interviewed include Ace of Cups, Country Joe and the Fish, Steve Miller Band, and Quicksilver Messenger Service.

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