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“We just managed to spot an elegant waterfront house that got our eyes, in Altamont, West Vancouver.”
“I think it is Fake) but because it was sent to my phone the other day from a friend who knows this guy who took the picture in Altamont NY. .no known mountain lions there, but local legend has it .... funny how you cant make out the digital time/date stamp. .that always happens!”
“Each outburst of violence in front of the stage is causing the crowd to recoil backwards, like in that Maysle's clip at Altamont, which is the kind of pertinent reference we're counting on the college demographic to be picking up on, right there.”
“Report has been accustomed to call Altamont lord Euston.”
“Audubon calls Altamont, "probably the worst site ever chosen for a wind energy project." the group unsuccessfully challenged renewal applications for 18 of 20 Altamont wind farms.”
“One jaw-dropper: According to DiCillo, the Vietnam War ended in 1972, some three years before it actually did; in addition, the Kent State massacre occurred after Jimi Hendrix died, when it actually happened five months before; the youth, peace and love movement that partly defined the Sixties came to a symbolic end not at Altamont, which is never mentioned in the film, but at the”
“Marvin Belli, a flamboyant San Francisco lawyer, produced a last-minute saviour: Dick Carter, owner of something called the Altamont Speedway.”
“So if you're a black kid who's smart enough and your parents have enough money to send you there, then they can also send you to fine arts, they can send you to Altamont which is in the city, they can send you to the Alabama High School of Math and”
“This home video of the documentary of the 1969 tour and the disastrous free concert that closed it ( "Altamont") stands as a classic film separate from any other rock film due to its 'too-true human drama and its portrait of the end of an era.”
“Altamont Speedway 12/6/69; 82 min; 5.5 es; "Altamont”
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