In the early '70s, Rock photographer Bob Gruen and his wife Nadya purchased a portable video recorder. In a period of 3 years, they shot over 40 hours of New York Dolls footage. Now for the first time ever, this footage is unveiled. The feature length documentary follows the band from their early performances in New York at such clubs as Kenny's Castaways, and Max's Kansas City. It also documents their West Coast tour and includes footage from the Whisky-A-Go-Go, the Real Don Steele Show, Rodney Bingenheimer's E Club, and more. Inter cut with revealing interviews, backstage banter, and late night debauchery, Bonus Materials: Full Performances of 12 songs including 'Personality Crisis' and 'Looking for a Kiss', extensive Bob Gruen Photo Gallery with narrative, interview with Bob Gruen conducted by Handsome Dick Manitoba, deluxe 16-page photo booklet, Bob Gruen Director's commentary, and outtakes.