Crazes 1968

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M/S of Carnaby Street in London; commentator says we're here "to see a few crazes in the making". C/U of a fake newspaper front page: The London Gleaner - 'Pathe Pictorial Visits Kitchener's Valet' is the headline. In the shop 'I Was Lord Kitchener's Valet', founded by John Paul, we see two young men...



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  • "M/S of Carnaby Street in London" could be expanded to M/S of a red Riley One-Point-Five driving down Carnaby Street in London.

    The Aston Martin referred to is an Aston Martin DB5.

    jamied 30th Sep 2012
  • August 2013-Denmark
    I was Lord Kitcheners Valet, in Carnaby Street, Piccadilly Circus and the Kings Road in Chelsea,
    Well, my comment is that the young guy on the left of the above photo with John Poul is me, Stephen F. Volante aged 19 (at the time). For those who find this photo should know that the late sixties, in London were just fantastic, it was Peace and Love and lots of it.
    I left London and moved to Denmark in 1972, but I still have the memories.

    Casavolante 18th Aug 2013
  • Note. to Jamied of 30th Sep. 2012
    The DB5 was also called Volante

    Casavolante 18th Aug 2013

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