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While the explosion of Vermont's red, yellow and orange foliage in the fall, green mountains in the summer, blue lakes in the spring and pristine white powder in the winter are truly something to see at Stowe, nature's backdrop is only one reason to visit this world-class Vermont vacation destination. Whether you're running, strolling, shopping, rowing, climbing, skiing, golfing, or simply sitting, the area that surrounds Stowe Mountain Lodge has a cosmopolitan allure that will beckon you back to Vermont again and again.
Join the many events on the mountain or take advantage of the many fun and cultural vacation activities throughout the local Stowe, Vermont area over the next few months:
Events for November 2014
SPPAC Presents The Rolling Stones, Charlie is my Darling
Saturday, September 14 – 7:30 p.m.
$12. Members save 10-20%.
Directed by in 1965: Peter Whitehead. Produced by in 1965: Andrew Loog Oldham Directed by in 2012: Mick Gochanour. Produced by in 2012: Robin Klein Premiered November 5, 2012
Starring The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts Running time: 85 minutes In 1965 Andrew Loog Oldham, the Rolling Stones svengali, asked filmmaker Peter Whitehead (The Fall, Tonite Let’s All Make Love in London) to accompany them on a quick tour of Ireland. Whitehead was astonished, not only by the incredible power of the Stones’ performances but especially by the raw energy of the crowds of young people that rushed them everywhere. This new version of this behind-the scenes diary of the early Stones has never been seen; Mick Gochanour and Robin Klein, the team that brought The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus to the screen, have painstakingly restored over 90,000 frames of optical screen prints and negative, going back to the original sound tapes and 3-track live recordings. Included are electrifying performances of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” “The Last Time,” and “Time is on My Side.” Charlie Is My Darling is an invaluable document, the unseen story of the band becoming the legend. In addition to the feature, the film includes an introduction with Kurt Loder, a filmmaker interview with Dave Grohl and Andrew Loog Oldham, a bonus feature on the restoration of the film, and interviews with the band members.