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He And She - Failed Sitcom 1967 In the fall of 1967 CBS introduced one of its first urbane, "sophisticated" situation comedies--He & She. It flopped despite having an excellent cast. Real-life husband and wife Richard Benjamin and Paula Prentiss played Dick and Paula Hollister. Dick was a cartoonist; Paula worked for Travelers' Aid in New York City. Dick's creation of Jetman was turned into a TV series with Jack Cassidy playing the role. Even though it had two blockbuster hits (The Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres) preceding it in CBS' Wednesday night lineup, viewers generally did not stick around for He & She. Benjamin believed that the two popular lead-in shows actually served to hurt He & She because its urban comedy was a world apart from that of the rural sitcoms. Twenty-six episodes were made in the lone season it aired. Here is the opening montage.
Tags: He  and  She  CBS  sitcom  flop 
Added: 6th November 2015
Views: 392
Posted By: Lava1964
WML Panel Mourns Dorothy Kilgallen We are approaching the fiftieth anniversary of the odd death of What's My Line? panelist Dorothy Kilgallen. The 52-year-old newspaper reporter and columnist was found dead in her home about 12 hours after she had appeared live on the CBS panel show on the night of Sunday, November 7, 1965. The circumstances surrounding Kilgallen's death are, to say the least, curious. (I made another post on this topic years ago; please check it out!) This clip is the concluding two minutes from the following Sunday's WML episode. Regular panelists Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf, former panelist Steve Allen, and guest panelist Kitty Carlisle all pay tribute to their late colleague. Note that the men are wearing plain suits instead of their usual tuxedos as a gesture of mourning. It was undoubtedly the saddest episode in the 17-plus years that the original WML aired.
Tags: Dorothy  Kilgallen  death  tribute  eulogies  WML 
Added: 2nd November 2015
Views: 472
Posted By: Lava1964
Hypno-Coin Tags: Hypno-Coin  comic  books  hypnotism  power  control  novelty     
Added: 31st October 2015
Views: 339
Posted By: Old Fart
Budweiser Halloween Magazine Ad Tags: Budweiser  Halloween  Magazine  Ad  Advertisement  beer   
Added: 30th October 2015
Views: 301
Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Mets Get Degreased Tags: Mets  Get  Degreased  Vitalis  commercial  TV  television  Amazin  Mets  Tom  Seaver  Jerry  Koosman 
Added: 25th October 2015
Views: 312
Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Im Dickens--Hes Fenster Slapstick Montage Tags:   I'm    Dickens,    He's    Fenster  1960s  60's  1962  1963      John    Astin    Marty    Ingels    Emmaline    Henry    sitcom    60's    comedy    Desilu    Studios    1960's    Classic    TV    television  slapstick  comedy 
Added: 22nd October 2015
Views: 386
Posted By: Old Fart
Barney Fife Lectures Special Deputies From the classic sitcom The Andy Griffth Show: When a VIP is scheduled to visit Mayberry, law enforcement goes all out and recruits three special deputies to make sure there is no trouble. Deputy Barney Fife (Don Knotts) prepares the underlings with one of his typical lectures.
Tags: Barney  Fife  lecture  special  deputies  Andy  Griffith  Show 
Added: 17th October 2015
Views: 438
Posted By: Lava1964
Occasional Wife - Failed Sitcom For the 1966-67 season NBC introduced a new sitcom titled Occasional Wife. Here was the premise of the show: Peter Christopher (played by Michael Callan), an eager employee of a baby food company, is not allowed to progress up the corporate ladder unless he has a wife. He solves his problem by having a female friend, Greta Patterson (played by Patricia Harty)--who lives two floors up in the same apartment building--pose as his wife whenever necessary to fool his boss. Many humorous sequences occurred on the fire escape where a nosy neighbor--known only as Man-in-the-Middle (played by Bryan O'Byrne)--observed the deceitful goings-on. Occasional Wife started out well in the ratings but had slid into 64th place by the end of its only season. It was axed after 24 episodes. In real life Callan and Harty fell in love while making the show and were married during its short run. They eventually divorced, however. The narrator heard in the opening sequence should be recognizable to baseball fans: It's longtime Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully!
Tags: sitcom  NBC  Occasional  Wife 
Added: 17th October 2015
Views: 346
Posted By: Lava1964
Spock Star Trek Helmet Tags: Spock  Star  Trek  Helmet  flashing  light  telescoping  antenna  Paramount  Pictures 
Added: 15th October 2015
Views: 282
Posted By: Old Fart
Panasonic Starstream TV A lightweight TV at just 9 1/4 pounds!
Tags: Panasonic  Starstream  TV  portable  TV  battery  operated  ugly  TV   
Added: 14th October 2015
Views: 373
Posted By: pfc

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