This year for Meet Up At the Movies the Dead organization arranged to show the made-for-TV film "Beat Show" from 1972-04-21 at Bremen, which was then in West Germany. This was the latter part of the Europe 72 tour and the band were on top of their game to say the least.
Though they only showed the whole filming of the TV show (including bits left on the cutting room floor), this approached a successful documentary or memento in its own right. Because the Dead were so relaxed, the feeling of the setting and their current goals came into focus better than if they just showed a performance (as in last year's Sunshine Daydream).
We went to the Fenway Regal 13 theaters after a fine meal at Yard House, both on Brookline Ave. They were screening it in two theaters and the one we were assigned to was supposedly sold out, but there were a number of empty seats in it. The film was fantastic and everyone had a good time, applauding and cheering.
In the bathroom afterwards the topic of conversation was what they'd do for a second set.