Press book for Jac Zacha's drug exploitation movie Walk the Walk (1970). Jac Zacha, Kroger Babb.
Press book for Jac Zacha's drug exploitation movie Walk the Walk (1970)
Press book for Jac Zacha's drug exploitation movie Walk the Walk (1970)
Press book for Jac Zacha's drug exploitation movie Walk the Walk (1970)
Press book for Jac Zacha's drug exploitation movie Walk the Walk (1970)

Press book for Jac Zacha's drug exploitation movie Walk the Walk (1970)

Hollywood: Hallmark of Hollywood, 1970. First printing. Paperback. 17 x 11 inches, wraps, very good, horizontal central gentle crease, light wear and soil, bit musty, some numerical notes in blue pen on one page (see pic 3). 20 pp. including covers, illustrated throughout. The film itself is rare and thought lost; recently a restored copy from the single remaining located print was released. Semi-autobiographical film, although Zacha is white, of a black theological student in LA struggling with twin addictions to alcohol and heroin. "Previously lost, this is a sordid psychedelic saga starring Bernie Hamilton (brother of jazz drummer, Chico) as a desperate junkie trawling the L.A. hippie rock underground, and produced by the notorious carny barker of exploitation films, Kroger Babb. This semi-autobiographical debut from director Jac Zacha offers a jagged ride through the drug underground of the 1970s. With the stoner wilds of psychedelic Los Angeles as the main backdrop, Walk the Walk is a bizarre yet elegantly shot swan song." (Mubi) We could find no copies of the press book for this in Worldcat/OCLC databases. Very Good. Item #H20979

Price: $200.00

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