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Muhammad Ali and Wilt Chamberlain By the middle of 1967 Muhammad Ali had pretty much run out of decent opponents to fight, so there was ridiculous talk of pitting NBA star Wilt Chamberlain against the world heavyweight champ! Howard Cosell brought the two of them together on this episode of ABC's Wide World of Sports.
Tags: boxing Ali Chamberlain Cosell
Added: 12th December 2012
Views: 1224
Posted By: Lava1964
Visit The Colonel In 1969 Finger lickin' good in the 20th Century - KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) is a fast food restaurant chain, which specializes in fried chicken. An "American icon", it is the the world's largest fried chicken chain and the second largest restaurant chain overall after McDonald's!! Founder-Colonel Harland David Sanders (September 9, 1890 December 16, 1980(aged 90))
Tags: Colonel Sanders, Kentucky Fried Chicken
Added: 7th December 2012
Views: 1857
Posted By: mia_bambina
Russ Hodges on Whats My Line From October 7, 1962, longtime New York/San Francisco Giants radio announcer Russ Hodges appears on What's My Line. He is a regular contestant who signs in as "Mr. X." (Hodges made the most famous baseball call of all time when Bobby Thomson's homer won the 1951 NL pennant for the Giants.)
Tags: Russ Hodges baseball WML
Added: 6th December 2012
Views: 669
Posted By: Lava1964
Sean Connery on Whats My Line Actor Sean Connery is a mystery guest on the October 3, 1965 episode of What's My Line.
Tags: Sean Connery WML
Added: 6th December 2012
Views: 1344
Posted By: Lava1964
1960s Sexist Xerox Commercial Vapid secretary is indispensable to her boss because she knows how to push the on button on a Xerox machine. It produces--gasp!--seven copies per minute!
Tags: Xerox commercial sexism
Added: 4th December 2012
Views: 2096
Posted By: Lava1964
Gale Garnett - Well Sing in the Sunshine From 1964, New Zealand-born Canadian Gale Garnett sings her Grammy-winning folk song, We'll Sing in the Sunshine.
Tags: Gale Garnett Well Sing in the Sunshine
Added: 4th December 2012
Views: 1664
Posted By: Lava1964
Barbara Eden on The Andy Griffith Show Before she became well known for playing the title role on the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie, the gorgeous Barbara Eden appeared in a very amusing 1962 episode of The Andy Griffith Show titled "The Manicurist." Eden played a visiting manicurist named Ellen Brown who charmed her way into working in a corner of Floyd's Barber Shop. Her stunning good looks create sexual tension in small-town Mayberry! Here's an eight-minute clip from that show.
Tags: Barbara Eden TAGS
Added: 27th November 2012
Views: 2594
Posted By: Lava1964
Satchel Paige on Ive Got A Secret From 1965, timeless baseball great Satchel Paige appears on I've Got A Secret--and gives a pitching display too!
Tags: baseball IGAS Satchel Paige
Added: 25th November 2012
Views: 884
Posted By: Lava1964
The Worst That Could Happen - 1968 One of my favorite one-hit-wonder groups, The Brooklyn Bridge, sings their 1968 hit The Worst That Could Happen.
Tags: Brooklyn Bridge Worst That Could Happen music
Added: 28th October 2012
Views: 2150
Posted By: Lava1964
Ali-Liston Phantom Punch Fight - 1965 Perhaps the most controversial fight in boxing history: Ali-Liston II in Lewiston, ME on May 25, 1965. Ali (then Cassius Clay) had upset Liston on February 25, 1964 in Miami to win the world heavyweight title. The rematch, scheduled for Boston, was delayed by a few months because Ali needed emergency hernia surgery. By the time Ali had healed, he was tremendously unpopular because of his ties with the Black Muslims. Liston had connections in organized crime. Boston wanted no part of the fight, so it was moved to a high school hockey arena in Lewiston. Rumors that something odd would happen circulated before the fight. Watch Ali's famous "phantom punch" knock out Liston, a man who had never been floored before. Some people think it is a perfect punch. Others think Liston took a dive. Also watch ex-champ Jersey Joe Walcott botch the refereeing. Ali never goes to a neutral corner, yet Liston is somehow counted out. Ali wasn't exactly a one-punch knockout artist. He only had two first-round knockouts in his pro career. Renowned sports writer Red Smith, one of many respected journalists who maintained the fight was fixed, said, "I saw the punch; it wouldn't have crushed a grape."
Tags: boxing Ali Liston phantom punch Lewiston
Added: 26th October 2012
Views: 2484
Posted By: Lava1964

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