In the 60's, I felt my first oncoming thrusts of manhood, and while it really didn't take a lot to get my attention, the kicky birds featured in the musical productions every afternoon on Dick Clark's "Where The Action Is" were particularly ginchy!
Unbeknownst to me at the time, there were 16MM film clips of current hit songs running in clubs in a sort of jukebox called "Scopitones!" They were actually more popular in Europe, but there were some in the U.S. Fortunately, this bit of pop culture has been preserved and is now readily available at YouTube! These are racier bits than one would have seen on broadcast television at the time. Fairly facetious now, but then-- Ooh La La!
This Nancy Sinatra tune holds up very well
As for Freddy and Roberta... I stare transfixed, but for somewhat different reasons now than I might have at age 14. And some of the same reasons.
Click the links and marvel at the ancestors of MTV, you know, way back when it showed music vids.
Hm...Y'know, one of my aunts had that exact hairstyle!