If you lived in the Los Angeles area back in the 1960s – 1970s as I did and you come to THEI often I’d bet there was one late night show you probably never missed. The Joe Pyne show. Here is a medley of cuts from some of his best shows. you can find more at youtube. Hot Topics. Great guests. And audience participation. My kind of show. So check it out. And then ask yourself, do things really change?
Joe Pyne, he started it all. A real pioneer. . EDITOR
The Joe Pyne Show – Audience: Vietnam – Guest: Communist Leaders
Marijuana Legalization: Looking Back; January 1968 interview of Joel Fort, MD; by Joe Pyne
Uploaded by richardborys1954 on Sep 22, 2010
“DR. JOEL FORT is a San Francisco public health specialist who espouses the view that marijuana is not harmful and that the present laws concerning its use and sale are unfair and should be changed.” is what is written on the film can. Download with the 26 plus minutes interview, with TV ads deleted, available for purchase. . . . Text posted with video on youtube
Joe Pyne interviews F. Lee Bailey 1966 or 1967
Uploaded by richardborys1954 on Oct 13, 2009
“F. LEE BAILEY is an attorney who successfully defended Dr. Sam Shepherd, among others. He freely discusses his unorthodox courtroom tactics (sic) and how he conned the FBI into revealing their surveillance of him by following up phony leads he fed them.” reads on the film can from which this clip was converted from. . . . Text posted with video on youtube
Anton LaVey on The Joe Pyne Show
Published on May 10, 2012 by Draconis Blackthorne
“1970: LaVey consents of appear on Joe Pyne’s Hot Seat Radio show, during which LaVey is treated to Pyne’s unusually caustic tongue. Pyne dies within a few months of having LaVey on his show.” ~ The Secret Life Of A Satanist by Blanche Barton; chapter ‘Curses & Coincidences’. . . . Text posted with video at youtube
Lewis Marvin of Moonfire on The Joe Pyne Show 1966
Uploaded by HauntedStudios on Jul 12, 2007
1966 was a good year for television. Here we have my old friend Lewis Marvin appearing in the “beef box” of all places on the Joe Pyne Show. Lewis was a kind, but somewhat confused, prototype vegan.
I spent many nights at his Moonfire happenings from 1966 to 1968 doing art for peace and it was a great time. Lewis was from a wealthy east coast family [The S & H Green Stamp fortune] but walked away from it all for peace and animal rights work.
When he died in Panama in 2005 it was a loss to us all. . . . Text posted with video on youtube