'It is so realistic that it is actually impossible to determine where the painting ends, and the physical scenery begins...the battle is relived, and the result is very impressive, and moving and memorable.'
'He began laughing like a maniac every now and then for no apparent reason... and suddenly picked up his gun and began shooting wildly in the air.' Tony and Colin are terrorised by a moonshine-fuelled local, like a scene from Deliverance.
Today in 1965, Tony recalls pool games - and a terrifying moment: "Doing a breast stroke, I felt my elbow hit the side of Colin’s head... when I surfaced I saw Colin clutching his ear and yelling in agony..."
Tony and Colin have been watching smalltown drag racing... "They race along the quarter mile and the winner is the first to go through a beam of light at the end. This may sound tame, but believe me it is one of the most exciting things I have seen..."
Today in 1965, Tony explains his job, invests money and is mistaken for a Rolling Stone! "I had a crowd of waitresses tell me they had seen me on television, and had recognised me!! They seemed very upset when we informed them we were not them."
A quiet week in 1965, with heat and missing pay cheques: "The accents down here are amazing - it's almost like another language and very often I can't understand them."
'Scorching hot day, and by noon temperature was 83 degrees - which the locals disregarded. "Wait till it gets hot," they said!! 'We drove down through Tennessee and passed through some unbelievably beautiful countryside... '