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Don Drysdale Warns Greg Brady About Pro Baseball Some lessons from old TV sitcoms are timeless. Some aren't. In this clip from a 1970 episode of the Brady Bunch (titled The Dropout), recently retired superstar pitcher Don Drysdale warns Greg Brady that being a pro ballplayer isn't all it's cracked up to be. Considering what the average MLB player earned back then, he had a point. Today however...
Tags: Don  Drysdale  Brady  Bunch 
Added: 25th May 2015
Views: 66
Posted By: Lava1964
FM the Movie Tags: FM  the  Movie  Michael  Brandon  Eileen  Brennan  Alex  Karras  Cleavon  Little  Martin  Mull  Linda  Ronstadt  Michael  Brandon  as  Jeff  Dugan  Eileen  Brennan  as  Mother  Alex  Karras  as  Doc  (Holiday)  Cleavon  Little  as  Prince  of  Darkness  Martin  Mull  as  Eric  Swan  Cassie  Yates  as  Laura  Coe  Tom  Tarpey  as  Regis  Lamar  Norman  Lloyd  as  Carl  Billings  Jay  Fenichel  as  Bobby  Douglas  James  Keach  as  Lt.  Reach 
Added: 20th May 2015
Views: 134
Posted By: Music Maiden
Steely Dan - FM Tags: Steely  Dan  -  FM  Walter  Becker  Donald  Fagen   
Added: 20th May 2015
Views: 140
Posted By: Music Maiden
Lifes Been Good - Joe Walsh Tags: Life's  Been  Good  -  Joe  Walsh  1978  FM  My  Maserati  does  185  mid-tempo,  reggae-like  groove  marked  by  bedrock  guitar  riffs,  synthesizers 
Added: 20th May 2015
Views: 103
Posted By: Music Maiden
Hilltop Coke Commercial iconic commercial that first aired in 1971 and which was featured in the series finale of Mad Men.
Tags: Television 
Added: 20th May 2015
Views: 92
Posted By: WestVirginiaRebel
Tie A Yellow Ribbon - 1973 In 1972 songwriter Irwin Levine read a newspaper story about a prisoner who was overcome with angst as his pending release from jail drew nearer. He was deeply concerned that his wife would not want to remain married after his long absence from her. The prisoner, in advance of his release, asked his wife to provide a symbol of acceptance before he arrived home. Levine and co-writer L. Russell Brown took the story and turned it into one of the truly great songs from the 1970s: Tie A Yellow Ribbon (Round The Ole Oak Tree). It was recorded by Tony Orlando and Dawn, a group which hadn't had a major hit song in nearly three years. It sold three million copies in two weeks. The song revived the group and led to their getting a CBS variety show that began as a summer replacement program in 1974 and lasted for two seasons. Tie A Yellow Ribbon reached the top of the charts in April 1973 and remained there for a month. It had equal success in the UK where it sold more than one million copies and hit the top of the charts there too. According to one source, it was the second most covered song of the 1970s, trailing only Yesterday by the Beatles. It's a classic upbeat singalong tune that is a favorite at karaoke parties. Tie A Yellow Ribbon has frequently been used to welcome home troops from overseas since the 1980s. This clip shows Tony Orlando and Dawn performing it. I bet you can't listen to it without singing along!
Tags: Tie  A  Yellow  Ribbon  Tony  Orlando  Dawn 
Added: 20th May 2015
Views: 87
Posted By: Lava1964
Foreman-Lyle Fight 1976 Many boxing fans consider the 1976 heavyweight fight between George Foreman and Ron Lyle as the most exciting boxing match ever shown on television. I've been following boxing for more than 40 years and it's hard to think of a wilder bout! This was a crossroads fight for both men. Foreman hadn't fought since losing the world heavyweight title to Muhammad Ali in Zaire in October 1974. Lyle had lost to Ali in May 1975. A loss would be a major setback to either man's quest to get another crack at Ali. The fight lasted five rounds, but this video condenses the topsy-turvy events to about six minutes. Howard Cosell and Ken Norton describe the brawl.
Tags: boxing  George  Foreman  Ron  Lyle 
Added: 20th May 2015
Views: 91
Posted By: Lava1964
Garo Yepremian Super Bowl Blunder Super Bowl VII in January 1973 pitted the invincible Miami Dolphins against the Washington Redskins. Miami went into the game undefeated--and came out that way too. However, the game was closer than it should have been thanks to the unforgettable and comical blunder made by Miami placekicker Garo Yepremian. As this clips shows, Yepremian's field goal attempt was blocked. He then picked up the ball and tried to make a pass (albeit an illegal one). As you can plainly see, the Cypriot-born kicker had no clue what he was doing. Yepremian died recently at the age of 70.
Tags: NFL  Garo  Yepremian  blunder  Super  Bowl 
Added: 18th May 2015
Views: 128
Posted By: Lava1964
Clair - Gilbert OSullivan Proof that today's world isn't as friendly and trusting as it once was: Gilbert O'Sullivan's 1972 hit song Clair is now considered controversial in some circles because some folks perceive the lyrics as pedophilic. Nothing could be further from the truth. The song was written by O'Sullivan for the daughter of his manager Gordon Mills. O'Sullivan often babysat Clair Mills and each grew very fond of the another. Nothing creepy. Nothing perverted. Yet that is how some people perceive this song today, despite what the now-middle-aged Clair says today. What a shame. I think it's a lovely song. That is the real Clair Mills in the video with O'Sullivan.
Tags: Gilbert  OSullivan  Clair  song 
Added: 18th May 2015
Views: 107
Posted By: Lava1964
Kids World Interviews Bruce Jenner Tags: Kids  World  Interviews  Bruce  Jenner  1976  American  former  track  and  field  athlete  decathlon  Olympics  Josh  Einhorn 
Added: 16th May 2015
Views: 169
Posted By: Freckles

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