An almost classic portrayal of London teds in 1977 at the height of the punk fashion.
Wolfgang Büld’s ‘Punk in London’ for HFF München [1977 or 1991]
Reggae in Babylon (1978)
British Rock (1979)
Punk and its after Schocks (1980)
= Punk in England, British Rock Gets Ready for the ’80s (? 1980)
Several mentions are made of how punks deserve “a good ‘iding” whenever the teddy boys run into them (and given how the dockworker-looking teds seem to outweigh the average rail-thin, glue-sniffing punk by a good 50 pounds, the odds would seem to be in their favor).
The full programme is
CONDESCENSION Talking of the ‘national press’, D. Fudger, editor of Sound said (59:00) : ‘In some cases they have encouraged the violence between a non-existent group of teds … there is no real ted movement as such, that whole movement died out in the 50s, that was when they reached their peak, that was when they were the new young rebels, and it’s now just a … maybe … kids who have nothing to do on a Saturday other than go in search of some violence or something that will give them a chance to be in the papers.’