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American Masters: 'When You're Strange' The Doors

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  • Jim 5 years ago

    Nice picture!

  • L 5 years ago

    It is, right? Check out the profile of John in the slideshow.

  • etm1109 5 years ago

    The Lizard King lives on....The End.

  • PKM 5 years ago

    XO

  • BillieB 5 years ago

    I really enjoyed the documentary I had no idea the problems The Doors had. Their music has always been a part of my adult life but I don't even remember hearing about the hard times they had at their concerts. It seems a lot of times artists have a hard time fitting into mainstream society.

  • Catherine 5 years ago

    Will PBS play When You're Strange again on tv?

    Or let us view the full film here online?

  • michael 5 years ago

    Outstanding documentary! It really help me understand the band,the caos of the era, and there struggles to manuvere through that decade! I cant beleive they were only together for
    54 months! Very cool!

  • Kate J. 5 years ago

    Some thirty-six years since Morrison's death, it's amazing what distance does to one's perspective. Watching this film, I could only marvel at the forebearance and professionalism of Manzarek, Krieger and Densmore in the face of Morrison's antics and stunts. I can't deny Morrison's persistent allure, the unique quality of his voice (which he apparently had serious doubts about), or his native talent, but in retrospect, his actions and persona seem infantile, pretentious, self-indulgent and embarrassing.

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