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100 1  Rozzo, Mark,|eauthor. 
245 10 Everybody thought we were crazy :|bDennis Hopper, Brooke 
       Hayward, and 1960s Los Angeles /|cMark Rozzo. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York, NY :|bEcco, an imprint of HarperCollins 
264  4 |c©2022 
300    454 pages :|billustrations (some color), plates, 
       photographs (some color) ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 341-433) and 
505 00 |tAny man who doesn't develop a crush has no soul --|tThis
       is the reason we're all crazy --|tThe most beautiful, the 
       most brilliant, the most creative --|tHe saw these 
       miracles everywhere --|tHurricane of fire --|tWhat in the 
       hell? Where are we gonna put it? --|tSomething was strange
       and wonderful --|tHe took it everywhere he went --|tThey 
       were all kind of naked, dancing around Henry Fonda --|tMan,
       now I don't have a complete cake --|tIf I could just help 
       that fly find an air current --|tGet the children out of 
       the house --|tA bedroom crowded with ghosts. 
520    Los Angeles in the 1960s: riots in Watts and on the Sunset
       Strip, wild weekends in Malibu, late nights at The Daisy 
       discotheque, openings at the Ferus Gallery, and the 
       convergence of pop art, rock and roll, and the New 
       Hollywood. At the center of it all, one inspired, 
       improbable, and highly combustible couple--Dennis Hopper 
       and Brooke Hayward--lived out the emblematic love story of
       '60s L.A.  The home these two glamorous young actors 
       created for themselves and their family at 1712 North 
       Crescent Heights Boulevard in the Hollywood Hills became 
       the era's unofficial living room, a kaleidoscopic realm--
       "furnished like an amusement park," Andy Warhol said--that
       made an impact on anyone who ever stepped into it. Hopper 
       and Hayward, vanguard collectors of contemporary art, 
       packed the place with pop masterpieces by the likes of Roy
       Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha, and Warhol, and welcomed a who's 
       who of visitors, from Jane Fonda to Jasper Johns, Joan 
       Didion to Tina Turner, Hells Angels to Black Panthers. In 
       this house, everything that defined the 1960s went down: 
       the fun, the decadence, the radical politics, and, 
       ultimately, the danger and instability that Hopper 
       explored in the project that made his career, became the 
       cinematic symbol of the period, and blew their union apart
       --Easy Rider.  Everybody Thought We Were Crazy is at once 
       a fascinating account of the Hopper and Hayward union and 
       a deeply researched, panoramic cultural history. It's the 
       intimate saga of one couple whose own rise and fall--from 
       youthful creative flowering to disorder and chaos--mirrors
       the very shape of the decade."--Amazon. 
600 10 Hopper, Dennis,|d1936-2010|xMarriage. 
600 10 Hayward, Brooke,|d1937-|xMarriage. 
650  0 Motion picture actors and actresses|zUnited States
650  0 Motion picture actors and actresses|vBiography. 
650  0 Married people|zCalifornia|zLos Angeles|vBiography. 
650  0 Married people|vBiography. 
650  0 Nineteen sixties. 
651  0 Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)|xHistory|y20th century. 
655  7 Biographies.|2lcgft 
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