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DeLorean-The Vanishing Breed Tags: DeLorean-The  Vanishing  Breed  Stainless  Steel  Car  John  DeLorean  Back  To  The  Future 
Added: 10th April 2015
Views: 473
Posted By: pfc
I Am Stuck On Band-Aid Because Band-Aid Is Stuck On Me Tags: I  Am  Stuck  On  Band-Aid  Because  Band-Aid  Is  Stuck  On  Me  Johnson  &  Johnson  gauze  tape  injury 
Added: 8th April 2015
Views: 443
Posted By: Freckles
Failed Spinoff - The Tortellis In the early seasons of Cheers, some of the funniest episodes centered around the antics of Nick Tortelli, the sleazy ex-husband of Cheers barmaid Carla. Played by Dan Hedaya, Nick was a TV repairman who eventually married ex-showgirl Loretta (played by Jean Kasem and described by Total Television as "statuesque but dippy"). NBC figured the duo of Nick and Loretta had the potential to be comedy gold, so in January 1987 they were given their own sitcom titled The Tortellis. The show's premise was that Nick and his trophy wife had already split up and Loretta had returned to Las Vegas. They reconcile in the pilot episode and remain in Nevada in a crowded household. The couple lived with Nick's oldest son and his teenage wife--and Nick's pragmatic sister and her young son. The show never caught on, despite occasional special appearances by Cheers cast members. The Tortellis was dropped by NBC after the 13th episode aired on May 12, 1987 less than four months after its debut. Nick and Loretta made one more appearance on Cheers in which it was explained that Nick's TV repair business had failed.
Tags: NBC  failed  sitcom  The  Tortellis  Cheers  spinoff 
Added: 1st April 2015
Views: 618
Posted By: Lava1964
1980s Canadian Telemarketing Commercial This was one of a series of Canadian commercials, sponsored by a telephone company (of course) that introduced the new idea of 'telemarketing' as a way for businesses to expand their markets. I honestly think the original idea for telemarketing was for a legitimate business to keep in contact with its regular customers. It didn't yet have the negative connotations it has today (i.e. to call complete strangers at dinnertime from a phone bank in India to ask them if they want their ducts cleaned.)
Tags: telemarketing  commercial  Canada 
Added: 31st March 2015
Views: 428
Posted By: Lava1964
Madames Place- Wayland Flowers Tags: Madames  Place-  Wayland  Flowers  puppet    puppeteer  bawdy  showgirl  Michael  Miller  Johnny  Haymer  Susan  Tolsky  Judy  Landers  Corey  Feldman 
Added: 30th March 2015
Views: 716
Posted By: Freckles
Nintendo Power Glove Tags: Nintendo  Power  Glove  Video  game  mario  controller  gaming 
Added: 27th March 2015
Views: 452
Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Threes A Crowd - Failed Spinoff After Three's Company left the airwaves in the spring of 1984, ABC cast John Ritter in his Jack Tripper role once again that autumn in Three's A Crowd. The premise of this spinoff was that Jack was now living with his stewardess girlfriend Vicky Bradford in an apartment above his restaurant (Jack's Bistro). Complicating matters was that Vicky's meddlesome father James owned the building. Like many spinoffs, Three's a Crowd lacked the magic of its parent show. It was cancelled after just one season. Here is the opening montage.
Tags: spinoff  Threes  A  Crowd  John  Ritter 
Added: 24th March 2015
Views: 568
Posted By: Lava1964
Breakfast Club - Dont You Forget About Me Tags: Breakfast    Club    Detention    Anniversary    Shermer    High    School    Shermer    IL    Emilio    Estevez    Paul    Gleason    Anthony    Michael    Hall    John    Kapelos    Judd    Nelson    Molly    Ringwald    Ally    Sheedy   
Added: 24th March 2015
Views: 540
Posted By: Cathy
Dan Rather Analyzes Reagan 1980 Landslide Victory Here's one for the archives! As part of CBS' 1980 election night coverage, Dan Rather (whose political views are usually blatantly skewed to the left) has to admit the obvious: Ronald Reagan ran a better campaign than Jimmy Carter and America overwhelmingly voted to reverse "liberal orthodoxy". Wow! (Note that Republican states were colored blue in 1980.)
Tags: Dan  Rather  CBS  election  coverage  1980 
Added: 10th March 2015
Views: 655
Posted By: Lava1964
Clue A Classic Game Who remembers when the classic game of Clue looked like this?
Tags: Clue  Game  Classic 
Added: 28th February 2015
Views: 428
Posted By: dusman

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