Bob Dylan: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize Trailer

Bob Dylan: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize Trailer (2009)

"English" 13 October 2009 86 mins

This film traces the early career of Bob Dylan in a manner no other has ever attempted telling his tale from his birth in Duluth, Minnesota; through school and college; across his years as New York’s bright young starl, through to his electric phase, culminating with the controversial 1966 world tour. Featuring interviews with a host of friends, colleagues and associates from that era, and numerous others, rare and often previously unseen footage, daring and outspoken contributions from the very finest Dylan writers [such as Derek Barker, CP Lee and Clinton Heylin] and a host of other features, this film is among the finest Bob Dylan documentaries yet to emerge.

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United States 13 October 2009

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