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  Ep Type Title Date
  105  Bonus Clips  Andy Warhol Bonus Clips 8/14/09 
  104  Bonus Clips  Timothy Leary Bonus Clips 8/13/09 
  103  Bonus Clips  Black Panthers Bonus Clips 8/12/09 
  102  Bonus Clips  Cheech and Chong Bonus Clips 8/11/09 
  101  Bonus Clips  Muhammad Ali Bonus Clips 8/10/09 

Episodes

  1. Date: 8/14/09

    From 1964 - 68, Warhol's factory on East 47th Street provided a social arena for collaborative experimentation. Warhol developed an eclectic network of associates that spanned the worlds of...Read Full Summary

  2. Date: 8/13/09

    From the moment Harvard professor Timothy Leary ate magic mushrooms in 1960, his life would never be the same. Advocating the use of LSD and other mind altering drugs to expand consciousness, Leary...Read Full Summary

  3. Date: 8/12/09

    In the last 6os, there were few radical groups more controversial that The Black Panthers. Led by the dynamic personalities of Bobby Seale, Huey Newton and Eldridge Cleaver, the Panthers boldly...Read Full Summary

 

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About Lords of the Revolution

They questioned authority. They celebrated nonconformity. They dared to be different.

In Lords of the Revolution, a provocative new documentary series, VH1 will profile the nonconformist heroes -- and anti-heroes -- of the 60s and 70s, honoring those icons who challenged the social, political and cultural institutions of the time.

Edgy, colorful, and visually dynamic, each hour long episode will feature rare archival footage and photos; an unconventional graphic treatment; a hip rock soundtrack; and new first-hand interviews from the people who were there -- all combined to tell the compelling, dangerous and subversive stories of a revolution that continues to influence popular culture today.

Lords of the Revolution is here to celebrate the leaders of the most significant cultural transformation of the 20th century.