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Captain Kangaroo Mr. Moose Bunny Rabbit and Ping Pong Balls Tags: Captain  Kangaroo  Mr.  Moose  Bunny  Rabbit  and  Ping  Pong  Balls  PBS 
Added: 14th April 2014
Views: 191
Posted By: Cliffy
How Do You Spell Relief - Rolaids Tags: How  Do  You  Spell  Relief  -  Rolaids  antacid  acid  relief  1976  70s  1970s 
Added: 13th April 2014
Views: 81
Posted By: Cliffy
Suavecito-Malo Tags: Suavecito-Malo    Jorge  Santana  Chicano  rock  Latin  rock  Latin  funk  Jazz  rock  Richard  Bean 
Added: 10th April 2014
Views: 82
Posted By: Music Maiden
Odd Couple - Ticket Scalping Trial There were several episodes of The Odd Couple that centered around court cases. They were all hilarious. Perhaps the best remembered was the twosome's ticket scalping trial where Felix acts as their defense attorney. Here's a clip of Felix cross-examining his accuser.
Tags: Odd  Couple  sitcom  ticket  scalping  assume 
Added: 8th April 2014
Views: 241
Posted By: Lava1964
Heartbeat - Defranco Family Here's is a full high-quality video of The DeFranco family performing their hit song Heartbeat--It's a Lovebeat. This was from a Jack Benny special shortly before Benny's death.
Tags: DeFranco  Family  Heartbeat  Jack  Benny 
Added: 7th April 2014
Views: 76
Posted By: Lava1964
Risque Partridge Family Scenes A few years ago I posted a clip from The Brady Bunch that was seemingly okay when it aired in November 1972, but it has since been deleted from syndicated prints. (The scene involved Bobby and Cindy on their way to their new neighbors' skinny dipping pool party! Alice stops them, thankfully!) Similarly, here are assorted scenes from the fortieth episode of The Partridge Family, titled Home Is Where The Heart Was. It first aired on January 7, 1972. The plot centers around the two youngest Partridge kids deciding to run away from home after being scolded. The first 3-1/2 minutes are benign, but there's absolutely no way a TV network today would approve of the scenes in the following minute. Wow! Nudity and minors looking at porn on The Partridge Family! I must have missed this episode when I was a kid--or maybe it didn't mean anything to me at the time.
Tags: Partridge  Family  risque  scenes 
Added: 7th April 2014
Views: 358
Posted By: Lava1964
Forgotten Sitcom - Chicago Teddy Bears The Chicago Teddy Bears was a short-lived CBS sitcom that debuted as part of the network's fall lineup in 1971. The Prohibition-era comedy was set at Linc & Latzi's Speakeasy in Chicago. Dean Jones played Linc McCray. John Banner (from the recently cancelled Hogan's Heroes) was lovable Uncle Latzi, Linc's partner. Because The Chicago Teddy Bears was a sitcom, there was no overt mob-related violence shown on the screen. It was only vaguely referenced. The show was yanked after just 13 episodes due to poor ratings. Here's the opening sequence.
Tags: Chicago  Teddy  Bears  sitcom  CBS 
Added: 5th April 2014
Views: 102
Posted By: Lava1964
Probably why we dont see too many sock commercials Tags: socks  Interwoven  Esquire  Ban-Lock 
Added: 2nd April 2014
Views: 135
Posted By: Cathy
Sanford Arms - Sitcom Flop Here is the opening sequence to one of the most pointless sitcoms ever attempted: Sanford Arms. The popular NBC sitcom Sanford and Son had ended in September 1977 after a run of five-and-a-half years. Star Redd Foxx (who played Fred Sanford) had left NBC to do a variety show for ABC. Demond Wilson (Lamont Sanford) was supposed to continue on as the star of Sanford Arms. However NBC balked at paying his demands for more money for being the star of the show, so Wilson bailed out. Undaunted, NBC produced the show using secondary characters from Sanford and Son. The first episode explained that Fred and Lamont had moved to Arizona for Fred's health. Their old house plus the place next door had been bought by Phil Wheeler. Wheeler would use the Sanford house as his business office and home while the next-door property would be converted into a rooming house christened Sanford Arms. The public was utterly uninterested. Sanford Arms debuted on September 16, 1977 and aired just four times (although eight total episodes were made). Atrocious ratings caused NBC to abruptly axed the show following the October 13 broadcast.
Tags: Sanford  Arms  NBC  sitcom 
Added: 29th March 2014
Views: 128
Posted By: Lava1964
Robert E Lee Citizenship Restored - 1975 When General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to General U.S. Grant on April 9, 1865 to effectively end the Civil War, one of the terms of surrender was that Confederate soldiers would have their U.S. citizenships automatically restored. When Andrew Johnson became president following Abraham Lincoln's assassination, he changed the rules slightly. Fourteen special cases had to apply directly to the President to have their citizenships restored. One such case was Robert E. Lee. Lee wrote to President Johnson on June 13, saying in part: "Being excluded from the provisions of amnesty & pardon contained in the proclamation of the 29th Ulto; I hereby apply for the benefits, & full restoration of all rights & privileges extended to those included in its terms. I graduated at the Mil. Academy at West Point in June 1829. Resigned from the U.S. Army April '61. Was a General in the Confederate Army, & included in the surrender of the Army of N. Va. 9 April '65." Consequently, Lee was provided with an Amnesty Oath form, which he filled out, dated October 2, 1865--the same day he was sworn in as president of Washington College in Lexington, VA–-and sent the signed document to the nation's capital. Lee's application was received by Secretary of State William Seward who had no intention of following through with Lee's request. Lee died in 1870 without really knowing his citizenship status. A century passed. In 1970 Lee's application was found by chance by a National Archives clerk who was looking through old State Department files. Since Lee had made the proper application to restore his citizenship, there was no reason to deny it. After Congress made Lee's old application something of a special cause, President Gerald Ford formally restored Lee's citizenship at a ceremony at his former mansion in Arlington, VA on August 5, 1975. Among those on hand for the occasion was Lee's great-great-grandson R.E. Lee V.
Tags: Robert  E  Lee  citizenship  Gerald  Ford 
Added: 28th March 2014
Views: 124
Posted By: Lava1964

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