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The BLOODIED BUT UNBOWED website was launched to provide additional background information on the subjects and themes of the documentary film; and also to act as an ongoing historical archive. WEBISODES consist of footage that is exclusive to the website: extended interview clips, outtakes, and material shot specifically for the website.

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Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | January 22, 2010
In Vancouver at the end of 1977 and beginning of 1978, Victorian Pork was one of the few signs of life in an otherwise stillborn local punk scene...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | January 22, 2010
The Japanese Hall, Quadra Club, Windmill, Smilin' Buddha, etc.
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | January 22, 2010
In the summer of 1977, after seeing The Furies in July, followed by The Ramones in August, Stone Crazy decided to dedicate themselves to punk rock. To mark the transition, they renamed themselves The Skulls.
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | January 22, 2010
The punk scene in Vancouver had a convoluted, love/hate relationship with the mainstream press...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | January 22, 2010
The Furies played the first official punk concert, 30 July 1977, at the Japanese Hall with the Dishrags...
Scott Beadle | January 22, 2010
From its beginnings at Pumps Gallery, punk in Vancouver has been closely tied to the art school/gallery scene...
Scott Beadle | January 17, 2010
Vancouver Punk & New Wave discography 1977-1983