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1989 River Roads Mall Back to School Bargains ad River Roads Mall ad - Jennings, Missouri, 1989
Tags: River  Roads  Mall  1989  Ads  Jennings  Missouri  St  Louis  County 
Added: 21st November 2017
Views: 12
Posted By: poundsdwayne47
1988 River Roads Mall sale ad This is from 1988, River Roads Mall sale ad in Jennings, Missouri
Tags: River  Roads  Mall  1988  Ads  Jennings  Missouri  St  Louis  County 
Added: 21st November 2017
Views: 14
Posted By: poundsdwayne47
1988 River Roads Mall sale ad This is from 1988, River Roads Mall Sale ad
Tags: River  Roads  Mall  1988  Newspaper  Ads  Jennings  Missouri  St  Louis  County 
Added: 21st November 2017
Views: 12
Posted By: poundsdwayne47
Partnership for a Drug-Free America - Playground PSA - 1994 Now that you know what a drug dealer thinks of you, what you think of him
Tags: Partnership  Drug  Free  America  PSA  Public  Service  Announcement  1994  Playground 
Added: 21st November 2017
Views: 13
Posted By: poundsdwayne47
Partnership for a Drug-Free America - Thin Ice - 1996 PSA Welcome to Heroin, Enjoy your stay
Tags: Partnership  Drug  Free  America  Public  Service  Announcement  1996  Ice 
Added: 21st November 2017
Views: 12
Posted By: poundsdwayne47
Gordon Griffith - First Movie Tarzan Most film history sources will list Elmo Lincoln as the first actor to play Tarzan on screen (in the 1918 silent film Tarzan of the Apes). That's not entirely true. In that same silent film, a 10-year-old boy named Gordon Griffith played the young Tarzan well before Lincoln appeared on the screen. It was a challenging role for the boy actor. Griffith was required to do his own climbing and acrobatic stunts and interact with live chimpanzees--which he did excellently. True to the Edgar Rice Burroughs book, Tarzan wore no clothes as a youth, so most of Griffith's scenes were shot with him totally nude. There was no national film code in 1918, but some scenes that showed too much of Griffith from the front were cut by local censors, including those in Chicago. Thus the public domain prints of the movie vary in length and in the amount of time Griffith was on the screen. Griffith, who like Tarzan lost both his parents at a young age, spent most of his life in the movie industry. He died in 1958 of a heart attack at the age of 51.
Tags: first  film  Tarzan  Gordon  Griffith 
Added: 20th November 2017
Views: 21
Posted By: Lava1964
Incomplete 1919 Stanley Cup Final The NHL has not always had sole possession of the Stanley Cup as its championship trophy. It was originally donated by Lord Stanley of Preston, Canada's fifth governor-general, to be awarded to the championship amateur hockey team of Canada. By 1910, the rules were liberalized and professional teams were competing for it. Beginning in the 1910s, the professional champions of the west annually met the champions of the eastern-based National Hockey Association (and later the National Hockey League) for the Cup with the venue alternating between east and west each year. In 1919, the Seattle Metropolitan were pitted against the Montreal Canadiens in a best-of-five contest in Seattle. After five games, the series was tied with each team having won twice and one game ending in a tie. A sixth game was necessary to decide the Cup winner, but by the end of the fifth game, both teams were feeling the effects of illness as the Spanish Influenza pandemic hit Seattle. The Canadiens were especially hard hit by the flu bug. Several players were hospitalized. One, defenseman Joe Hall, died. The series was abandoned and never resumed. Thus there was no Stanley Cup winner in 1919.
Tags: hockey  Stanley  Cup  final  cancelled  1919  flu  epidemic 
Added: 11th November 2017
Views: 33
Posted By: Lava1964
Lou Holtz on Tonight Show - 1978 Famed college football coach Lou Holtz, then at the helm of the Arkansas Razorbacks, appears as a guest on Johnny Carson's Tonight show in December 1978. Holtz, famous for his quick wit, even performs a magic trick! Holtz may have been the most loquacious guest ever to appear on The Tonight Show. Johnny could hardly get a word in once Holtz started rolling.
Tags: Lou  Holtz  Tonight  Show  Johnny  Carson  football 
Added: 4th November 2017
Views: 55
Posted By: Lava1964
Forgotten Term - College Widow Here's a term that has virtually vanished from the English language: "college widow." Originally it had a very literal meaning. It referred yo a youthful widow who sought the company of college men to satisfy her lusty ways. Eventually the term morphed into meaning any older female who 'preyed upon' the willing males at a campus with her irresistible feminine wiles. The term was so common in the 1920s and 1930s that it was the title of both a play and a movie. In the play, a college dean convinces his comely daughter to use her charms to distract a rival school's football team. (What a wonderful example of fatherhood!) Most people today are only familiar with the term from seeing the Marx brothers' 1932 movie Horse Feathers. Few people today realize Horse Feathers is actually a parody of the 1927 silent movie The College Widow. In it Thelma Todd uses her obvious charms to seduce all four Marx brothers as part of a silly plot to steal Huxley College's football plays.
Tags: college  widow  English  term 
Added: 28th October 2017
Views: 52
Posted By: Lava1964
George W. Bush -  First Pitch 2001 WS Ceremonial first pitches at baseball games usually don't have a lot of significance, but that was not the case on October 30, 2001. Before Game #3 of the World Series, President George W. Bush was ushered into Yankee Stadium amid enormous security to do the honors at the first major sports event in New York City since the 9/11 terror attacks. Here is the story of what went on behind the scenes.
Tags: baseball  first  pitch  2001  World  Series  President  Bush 
Added: 22nd October 2017
Views: 39
Posted By: Lava1964

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