By Paul Lundgren on Nov 18, 2011 in History, Videos
It’s ladies’ night and the feeling is right. Hats off to Paul Broman for finding this video.
Reminds me of this guy.
Thanks Paul Broman for making me wish I had the ability to unsee things.
If Paula was at the parade tonight, she was dancing. One of the limos was blaring this song.
Whatever she’s doing now, she was a very brave 14-year-old!
This is great!!! Who knew anyone from Bovey had this much talent??? She’ll be appearing at the locker room in Coleraine on Friday and Mike’s in Bovey on Saturdays. Little Range humor for ya.
Who knew anyone from Bovey had this much talent?
Maybe you’re being facetious, but either way, our state photograph, Grace, was shot in Bovey in 1918 by Bovey native Eric Enstrom.
Thus concludes my personal knowledge of Bovey.
Disco fever baby!!!!! The crowd in the background (if you made it that far) was in a frenzy.
Haha. Yeah, this video is so versatile. Here it is to a song by me and Kevin Craig.
Yeah I was??? And I’m from the rapids so…. Thanks tips.
+1 Chiefly And it’s worth waiting for.
I’d also like to see if one of you video tech whizzes could get a screen shot of the split- second moment when the totally flummoxed looking older gents appear at the end.
MN Iron Range: It’s Iconoclastic.
I think that’s William S. Burroughs on the right.
Wow, William S. Burroughs was on the Chimilewski Show! Perhaps he gave a commentary on the young ladies dancing. Or talked politics with Florian.
Wow, that was truly awful, I loved it. Reminds of Finnish Disco lessons.
this is pretty punk -- like the footage of the cramps playing at the mental institution. like breakdancing to “crazy train,” but way more pure. i love you paula -- you’ve got some balls.
That emcee is Pat Cadigan! Why is he sitting back there with his hands covering his crotch? I think he’s still on the radio somewhere? I actually have that dance memorized … wait … I mean … that dance was mesmerizing! Those damn Chmielewskis … they know how to get the chicks movin’!!
She’s all grown up now.
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It’s like a parallel-universe version of Napoleon Dynamite.
Oh look, there’s my grandfather Pat hosting.
We pass around this Chmieleski record that he contributed to in my family every Christmas.
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