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JFK and Jackie on Home - 1957 Home was an NBC daytime program billed as the "weekday women's magazine of the air." It was hosted by Arlene Francis during its three-year run from 1954 to 1957. Created by Home magazine, it was basically a follow-up to NBC's Today show. In this clip from an April 1957 episode, Arlene interviews Senator John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie, although the focus is more on how the latter copes with being the wife of a U.S. senator. This clip shows what is supposed to be a typical morning for Jackie: walking the family dog, shopping, going to the dry cleaners, etc. At the end of the clip JFK offers some advice that rings true 58 years later.
Tags: Home  Arlene  Francis  JFK  Jackie   
Added: 30th June 2015
Views: 702
Posted By: Lava1964
Chuck Davey - Boxings First TV Creation Chuck Davey, a slick left-handed boxer from Detroit who earned two degrees from Michigan State University, was the sport's first "television creation" in the early 1950s. Davey traveled to London as a member of the 1948 U.S. Olympic boxing team as an alternate but never competed in the Games. He turned pro in the late 1940s. At a time when boxing was hugely popular and it was possible to watch live televised pro bouts six nights per week, Chuck Davey fit the bill perfectly. He was good-looking, intelligent, popular enough be be pictured twice on the cover of The Ring magazine, and talented enough to win, but he possessed feather fists so his bouts often went the distance or close to it. (This pleased the networks and their sponsors as all the scheduled commercial breaks would be attained.) Over the years the quality of Davey's opposition has been questioned--and he certainly fought his share of tomato cans--but Davey did beat capable fighters such as Ike Williams, Carmen Basilio, and Rocky Graziano in his ascension up the ladder. After compiling 37 wins and two draws in his first 39 fights, Davey earned a shot at Kid Gavilan's world welterweight crown on February 11, 1953 in Chicago. Gavilan, who entered the ring as a 14-5 betting favorite, realized quickly that Davey had no ability to hurt him, so he just methodically wore Davey down. In the third round a flurry of punches knocked Davey down for the first time in his career. Over the next few rounds Gavilan toyed with Davey, occasionally switching to a southpaw stance just for the fun of it. In the ninth round, Gavilan floored Davey three more times. The fight was stopped by Davey's corner before round 10. Davey was pretty much discredited as a title threat after the bad loss to Gavilan. At one point he lost four out of five fights. He won two bouts in 1955 and then retired with an overall pro record of 42-5-2 with 26 knockouts. In 1998, Davey was paralyzed in a swimming mishap when a large ocean wave violently slammed him onto a beach. Davey died in 2002 at age 77.
Tags: boxing  Chuck  Davey  TV 
Added: 28th June 2015
Views: 641
Posted By: Lava1964
William Frawley-Vivian Vance Feud As any good sitcom fan knows, from 1951 to 1960 William Frawley and Vivian Vance played Fred and Ethel and Mertz--Lucy and Ricky Ricardo's landlords and best friends on I Love Lucy and the Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. Frawley and Vance performed comedy magic on the set, but they truly detested each other. Problems began on the first day of shooting when Vance commented that no one would believe her character would be married to 'that old coot.' (Vance, who was 42 in 1951, was 22 years younger than Frawley.) Frawley overheard the remark and never forgave Vance for that barb. Often when Vance suggested even the smallest change in dialogue in the script, Frawley would storm off the set--solely because it was Vance who made the suggestion. Long before I Love Lucy began, Frawley had a reputation for being a difficult actor to work with due to his mercurial temperament and love of the bottle. Perhaps his hatred of Vance gave the exchanges between the two co-stars some extra zing. When The Lucy Desi-Comedy Hour ended, CBS proffered the idea of Vance and Frawley co-starring in a spinoff titled Fred and Ethel. Apparently Frawley liked the idea because of the potential money in it, but Vance swiftly quashed the idea, saying she wanted nothing to do with Frawley ever again. Frawley's next TV role was Bub O'Casey on My Three Sons. Tim Considine, who played eldest son Mike Douglas, recalled Frawley exploding into profanity-laced rages whenever someone innocently asked him about Vance. Considine further recalled that Frawley would occasionally disrupt the shooting of The Lucy Show by tossing noisy objects near the sound stage if Vance was trying to do a scene. Frawley suddenly died of a heart attack in 1966. Upon hearing the news, Vance reputedly shouted, 'Champagne for everyone!'
Tags: Vivian  Vance  William  Frawley  feud 
Added: 24th June 2015
Views: 2102
Posted By: Lava1964
Dr Seuss on To Tell The Truth - 1958 A very young Theodore (Ted) Giesel, better known as Dr. Seuss, appears as a contestant--alongside two impostors, of course--in this episode of To Tell The Truth that aired on April 29, 1958. Can you spot the real Dr. Seuss?
Tags: Dr  Seuss  Theodore  Giesel  To  Tell  The  Truth 
Added: 8th June 2015
Views: 638
Posted By: Lava1964
Bowling Stars - Billy Welu vs. Johnny King (Part 2 of 2) "Bowling Stars" was a filmed, syndicated TV series that aired in the 1950s pitting two top professional bowlers in a three-game match, with the winner decided by total pinfall. The final frames of the second match and the entirety of the third match were shown. This week's episode shows reigning champion Billy Welu against Johnny King. "Whispering" Joe Wilson, who was the original play-by-play voice on the early "Championship Bowling" episodes, calls the action. Originally telecast in 1957 from Faetz-Niesen Recreation Center* in Chicago. *More recently known as Ridge Bowl.
Tags: Sports,  Bowling,  Chicago,  1950s 
Added: 24th May 2015
Views: 781
Posted By: 1jazzguy
Canada Beats USSR - 1955 IIHF Tourney The International Ice Hockey Federation has been holding world championship tourneys since 1908. Prior to 1977 the events operated as strictly amateur tourneys much like the Olympic Games once did. Canada typically sent local teams to the IIHF championship and still routinely dominated the tourneys against European national teams. In 1954 the Soviet Union sent a team to world championship for the first time and surprised Canada 7-2 to win the title in Stockholm. With the tournament being held in West Germany in 1955, Canada sent its national amateur finalist team--the Penticton (BC) Vees--to regain national honor. Nine teams competed in the round-robin event. Both the Soviet Union and Canada were 7-0 going into their meeting, so the winner would get the gold medals. The crowd in Krefeld, West Germany included numerous Canadian military personnel stationed nearby along with boisterous German locals who hated all things Russian. The Vees--led by the three Warwick brothers--won handily, 5-0. The Canadian team only allowed six goals in eight games. Here is about a minute of silent newsreel footage of the last game--including two Canadian goals. There's a terrific monument in Penticton that honors the 1955 Vees. History does repeat itself: Sixty years later Canada won the 2015 tourney by defeating the Russians again by five goals. This time the score was 6-1.
Tags: Penticton  Vees  1955  IIHF  hockey 
Added: 20th May 2015
Views: 598
Posted By: Lava1964
Lassie Lunch Box Tags: Lassie  Lunch  Box  Children/Family  Adventure/Drama  Tommy  Rettig  Jan  Clayton  George  Cleveland  Jon  Provost  Cloris  Leachman  Jon  Shepodd  June  Lockhart  Hugh  Reilly  Robert  Bray  Jack  De  Mave  Jed  Allan  Ron  Hayes  Larry  Wilcox  Pamelyn  Ferdin   
Added: 11th May 2015
Views: 592
Posted By: Cliffy
Mothers Day Breakfast In Bed Tags: Mothers  Day  Breakfast  In  Bed  gifts  children  husband 
Added: 10th May 2015
Views: 583
Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Hypnotist on WML Jackie Carroll, a fetching 18-year-old female hypnotist, is a contestant on the January 5, 1958 episode of What's My Line. Some of the questions she's asked can be interpreted rather salaciously if one had thoughts along those lines.
Tags: WML  female  hypnotist 
Added: 8th May 2015
Views: 1075
Posted By: Lava1964
Jerry Lewis Boxing In Sailor Beware Tags: Dean  Martin  Jerry  Lewis  Marion  Marshall  Corinne  Calvet  Leif  Erickson  Jerry  Lewis  Boxing  In  Sailor  Beware 
Added: 6th May 2015
Views: 404
Posted By: Cliffy

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