Country Joe & the Fish

The Films

A Day in the Life of... (1967) Documentary short, Robert Zagone. A film about the band.

How We Stopped the War (1967) Documentary short, David Peoples. Follows the band on its way to an anti-Vietnam War rally. 29 min.

Revolution (1969) Documentary, Jack O'Connell. Life among the hippies. Re-released in 1996, with later material added, as The Hippie Revolution. 90 min.

Monterey Pop (1969) Documentary, D. A. Pennebaker. The film of the big rock show. 88 min.

Woodstock (1970) Documentary, Michael Wadleigh. The film of the even bigger rock show. 184 min.

Gas-s-s-s (1970) Dir. Roger Corman. Bud Cort, Cindy Williams, Ben Vereen, Talia Coppola (Shire). Poison gas kills everyone over 30 in one of the weirdest movies you ever saw. Edgar Allan Poe on a motorcycle! 79 min.

Zachariah (1971) Dir. George Englund. John Rubenstein, Pat Quinn, Don Johnson, Country Joe and the Fish, Elvin Jones, New York Rock Ensemble, The James Gang, Dick Van Patten. A surrealistic musical Western, another of the weirdest movies you ever saw. 93 min.

The Omega Man (1971) Dir. Boris Sagal. Charlton Heston, Rosalind Cash. This time germ warfare kills everyone. There's a clip from Woodstock. 98 min.

More American Grafitti (1979) Dir. B.W.L.Norton. Candy Clark, Bo Hopkins, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, Mackenzie Phillips, Charles Martin Smith, Cindy Williams. The Grafitti gang faces the 60s. A pickup version of the band plays "Fixin' To Die" (what else?) in the "Fillmore" scenes. 111 min.

Berkeley in the Sixties (1990) Documentary, Mark Kitchell. Interview with Barry, footage from How We Stopped the War, "Fixin' to Die," "(Thing Called) Love" and "Death Sound Blues" on the soundtrack. 120 min.


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