Tales From a Golden Age: Bob Dylan 1941-1966 Trailer

Tales From a Golden Age: Bob Dylan 1941-1966 Trailer (2004)

01 January 2004

Documentary - Tracing his career up to the point of his 1966 motorcycle accident and subsequent disappearance from the spotlight, this unauthorized documentary uncovers a side of Bob Dylan never revealed before. Includes extensive interviews and rare footage. - Mickey Jones

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