Pull My Daisy (1959), written and narrated by Jack Kerouac, is loosely based on the life of uber-beat Neal Cassady, starring bad-boy artist Larry Rivers as “Milo,” and featuring poets Allen Ginzberg and Gregory Corso, with Ginzberg’s boyfriend Peter Orlovsky along for the ride. Directed by Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie. Frank later directed the infamous Cocksucker Blues in 1972, a documentary that Mick Jagger apparently didn’t care for much. Composer David Amram did the music. For more on the Beats, go here.
Now, Pull My Daisy, that’s OK, but did you ever wonder what it would be like if, you know, your daisy pulled you? Check it out, man! Daisy (Daisy the goat) takes you for a buggy ride below!
For more on Daisy, who she’s been breeding with, what her “kids” are up to, go here.