This is the final episode in the first series of New Zealand's classic 60s pop show. Host Peter Sinclair seems to have no idea that the show will return for another two years. Meanwhile Mr Lee Grant, Sandy Edmonds, Herma Keil, Bobby Davis, Tommy Adderley, a rocking Ray Woolf and the Chicks run through the big hits of 1967, managing to compress 21 songs into a frenetic half hour. Sinclair promises "big sounds, fun sounds, wild sounds" as the show ranges from blues-rock through ballads and 'Edelweiss', to a nod to the children watching with 'Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead'.
The late Allen Guilford, who died in March 2009, was the prolific cinematographer whose host of television programmes ranged from 70s TV landmark The God Boy to colonial melodrama Greenstone. Guilford won NZ Film awards for his work on films The Footstep Man, coming-of-age tale The Climb, and Alan Duff blockbuster What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?