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Whilst not condoning his antics, let us not forget he attained his maturity during the Swinging Sixties, the decade of cultural and youthful revolution, when it seemed that almost everything was permissible.
After revealing their wacky back story - they sought to serve bad guys through history, from T-Rex to Napoleon - the story sees the minions in London during the swinging sixties, in thrall to supervillain Scarlet Overkill (voiced by Sandra Bullock) and her evil plan to steal the crown jewels.
THE sound of steam will contrast with some groovy music at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway's Swinging Sixties weekend.
THE clocks may be going forward soon, but St David's Hall in Cardiff will soon be rewinding to the Swinging Sixties.
A THIRD of Britons wish they were living in the Swinging Sixties, says a survey for TV channel Yesterday.
Next time you're at one of indie miserabilist Morrissey's gigs keep an eye out for Swinging Sixties pop chick Cilla Black.
Among the artists to have appeared at the venue, through the big-band era of the 1950s to the pop-orientated swinging sixties were the Jack Parnell, Joe Loss and Ted Heath orchestras, plus The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Who and the Hollies.
BACK in the swinging sixties, the annual Record Star Show at Wembley was an institution.
His widow Lin has given her blessing to plans to revive the club, which launched the satire boom of the Swinging Sixties and became the hottest society ticket in town.
London, June 23 ( ANI ): Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen has unveiled her new affordable swinging sixties vintage collection for online store Littlewoods.