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Rhonda Fleming on Whats My Line - 1955 Beautiful red-headed screen star Rhonda Fleming is the mystery guest on an episode of What's My Line? from April 10, 1955. Clearly panelist Bennett Cerf is thrilled by her presence. Apart from the obvious reason, Cerf often wrongly guessed Fleming was the mystery challenger on several earlier episodes when she wasn't.
Tags: Rhonda  Fleming  WML 
Added: 23rd June 2017
Views: 16
Posted By: Lava1964
McDonalds Prices - 1950s A typical McDonald's meal wouldn't even cost you half a dollar in the 1950s--as these prices from a newspaper ad prove.
Tags: McDonalds  prices  1950s 
Added: 15th May 2017
Views: 130
Posted By: Lava1964
Bannister-Landy Miracle Mile 1954 One of the most famous track-and-field events of all time occurred on August 7, 1954. In May 1954 England's 25-year-old Roger Bannister became the first runner to record a sub-four-minute mile when he ran a 3:59.4 race at Oxford. About six weeks later, Australia's John Landy, age 24, claimed the world record by running the mile in an unheard of 3:58 flat in Finland. The two men would meet head-to-head in the British Empire Games in Vancouver in August 1954 in a race as eagerly anticipated as any in history. Landy had a reputation for establishing an insurmountable early lead in races and coasting to wins. Bannister, however, was known for possessing a strong finishing kick. This rare clip is from the CBC archives in Canada; it shows the entire race. Two things to watch: Look at how the front-running Landy constantly looks behind him to see where Bannister is. Also notice that every activity on the infield came to a standstill as all eyes were glued to the "Miracle Mile" race unfolding on the track.
Tags: Miracle  Mile  Roger  Bannister  John  Landy  Vancouver  British  Empire  Games 
Added: 12th October 2016
Views: 491
Posted By: Lava1964
Jack Benny - Gisele Mackenzie From the era when comedy was clean and creative, Jack Benny and Gisele MacKenzie play a memorable violin duet of Getting to Know You. (This clip was part of a CBS tribute program to Jack Benny shortly after he died.)
Tags: Jack  Benny  Gisele  MacKenzie  violin  duet 
Added: 22nd August 2016
Views: 594
Posted By: Lava1964
Lucy and the Hammock From a 1959 episode of The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour titled Lucy Goes To Alaska, Lucy has more than her share of trouble climbing into a hammock. Keep in mind that Lucy was 48 years old in 1959. Those violent tumbles from the hammock must have hurt!
Tags: Lucy  hammock  Lucy-Desi  Comedy  Hour 
Added: 27th April 2016
Views: 956
Posted By: Lava1964
Bob  Hope James Cagney Dance Routine When movie stars were multi-talented! From the 1955 movie The Seven Little Foys, Bob Hope and James Cagney--both in their fifties when this film was made--perform an impressive dance routine.
Tags: Bob  Hope  James  Cagney  dance  routine   
Added: 14th February 2016
Views: 1324
Posted By: Lava1964
Jim Hensons Violent Wilkins Coffee Commercials Jim Henson Ad Agency produced 179 ten second spots for Wilkins Coffee during the late 50's.
Tags: Jim  Henson 
Added: 28th January 2016
Views: 941
Posted By: Cathy
Gary Moore In An Unusual Commercial Tags: Gary  Moore  For  Unusual  Commercial  Potsy  Plays  Good  Winston  Taste  Good  Hopscotch  I've  Got  A  Secret  Game  Show  No  Truth  in  advertising 
Added: 26th January 2016
Views: 1062
Posted By: Cliffy
At The Meat and Fish Market Tags: At  The  Meat  and  Fish  Market  shopping  food  grocery  shopping  supermarkets 
Added: 25th January 2016
Views: 988
Posted By: Freckles
NHL Goalie Takes Puck in the Face - 1959 I posted this video in 2012 but I discovered its source was removed--so here it is again. From a 1959 Stanley Cup playoff game, Boston goalie Harry Lumley takes a backhand shot to the face from Toronto's Dick Duff. Lumley lost two teeth and was badly cut on the play. Men were men in 1959, though. The play continued as usual for about 30 seconds before Lumley froze the puck and headed to to Bruins' bench for "repairs." Lumley must have been a sight! Check out the horrified woman seated in the second row near the Boston bench: She covers her eyes!
Tags: NHL  Harry  Lumley  goalie  hit  in  face 
Added: 30th December 2015
Views: 976
Posted By: Lava1964

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