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Follow The Boys - Connie Francis Tags: Follow  The  Boys    Connie  Francis  classic  movies  classic  music  sixties 
Added: 7th February 2012
Views: 1670
Posted By: Freckles
1968 Corgi Cars The October 1968 issue of Boys Life magazine offer. For one dollar you get a Corgi die cast miniature Mustang Fastback 2 plus 2 with plated bumpers and opening doors, the works! Plus a Corgi membership certificate, badge and handbook which are all worth fifty cents! I think Corgi cars are the greatest. Today, they cost a lot more than three dollars.
Tags: 1968  Corgi  miniature  cars  Boys  Life  magazine  offer 
Added: 25th January 2012
Views: 1021
Posted By: AngoraSox
1968 Chevy Chaparral Now own the champion race car that space science built! Yours for only ten cents!
Tags: 1968  chevy  chaparral  model  car  BoysLife     
Added: 25th January 2012
Views: 1038
Posted By: AngoraSox
Olympic Sprinter Wilma Rudolph Twenty-year-old American sprinter Wilma Rudolph won three gold medals at the 1960 Rome Olympics. Her championships came in the women's 100 metres, 200 metres, and 4 x 100 relay. Rudolph had also been a member of the 1956 U.S. Olympic team in Melbourne as a 16-year-old. Remarkably, Rudolph was a sickly child who had to walk with the assistance of leg braces. Another member of the 1960 U.S. Olympic team was admittedly smitten by Rudolph: an 18-year-old boxer from Louisville named Cassius Clay. Clay/Ali and Rudolph became friends and often appeared at charity fund-raisers together for many years afterwards. Rudolph only lived to be 54, dying of brain cancer in 1994.
Tags: Wilma  Rudolph  sprinter  Olympics 
Added: 18th January 2012
Views: 2853
Posted By: Lava1964
Mr Rogers Neighborhood- First episode Opening Air date: 2-19-1968 I don't think the opening ever changed.
Tags: Mr.  Rodgers,  Fred  Rodgers,  Mr  Rogers  Neighborhood,  CPTV  childrens  TV  children 
Added: 30th December 2011
Views: 3727
Posted By: pfc
Ted Williams SI Cover 1969 It's difficult to picture Ted Williams in anything but a Boston Red Sox uniform, but he was the manager of the lowly Washington Senators for a time. (In fact, Williams was the last manager the Senators ever had. He held that job from 1969 through 1971. When the team became the Texas Rangers in 1972, Williams managed the club in their first season.) Here he is on the cover of Sports Illustrated at age 50 in 1969.
Tags: baseball  Ted  Williams  manager 
Added: 7th December 2011
Views: 903
Posted By: Lava1964
Herman Munster Enjoys Thanksgiving Dinner Tags: Herman  Munster,Thanksgiving  Dinner,  Munsters,  60s  TV, 
Added: 23rd November 2011
Views: 3945
Posted By: pfc
Get Smart TV Guide Cover 1967 Barbara Feldon and Don Adams of Get Smart grace this TV Guide cover from 1967. Get Smart was an extremely popular spy spoof that ran on NBC from 1965 to 1970 that pitted the counter-espionage activities of CONTROL versus the nefarious deeds of KAOS. The show introduced the phrase "would you believe..." into popular culture. The youthful looking Adams was ten years Feldon's senior. Adams won three consecutive Emmys playing Maxwell Smart (CONTROL agent 86). Feldon was nominated for two Emmys for her role as CONTROL agent 99. Adams was a WWII veteran who was the only survivor from a platoon that saw action on Guadalcanal. Feldon first gained fame by winning the jackpot on The $64,000 Question. Her subject was Shakespeare.
Tags: Get  Smart  Don  Adams  Barbara  Feldon 
Added: 22nd November 2011
Views: 969
Posted By: Lava1964
Dr. Smith-The Pain-Lost In Space Tags: Dr.  Smith-The  Pain-Lost  In  Space 
Added: 14th November 2011
Views: 1477
Posted By: Old Fart

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