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WABC RADIO - Dan Ingram - 1965 East Coast Blackout Where were you when the lights went out?", was a popular pickup line at New York cocktail parties following the power blackout that left much of America's northeast states in the dark on November 9, 1965.
Tags: 77    WABC    Radio    Dan    Ingram    1965    East    Coast    Blackout    New    York    City     
Added: 27th March 2009
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Posted By: Cliffy
World Cup 98 Visa Ad Sometimes words aren't needed... A blackout in Buenos Aires just when Argentina is about to shoot a penalty against Brazil in the World Cup Final... last minute.
Tags: world  cup  final  argentina  visa  commercial 
Added: 5th December 2007
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Posted By: Sophia
THE LITTLEST LIGHT ON THE CHRISTMAS TREE Starring the voices of Jane Seymour & James Naughton, this new children's film is set after World War II. It's a warm and touching magical story that tells of two unforgettable and unlikely friends; an abandoned and discarded Christmas bulb, and the eight year old boy who rescues him. Broken and useless, Little Light feels hopeless and young Timothy empathizes with his plight. He believes that Little Light can "shine" again. When a fierce winter storm causes a blackout, Little Light triumphs over all odds, his self doubt, and "shines," lighting the way for others to "see the light." This animated treasure shares the miracle of believing and the power of the human heart. This is the kind of story that is both for children and adults.
Tags: the  littlest  light  on  the  christmas  tree  jane  seymour  james  naughton  christmas  films 
Added: 13th December 2007
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Posted By: Babs64
London Blitz Photo - 1940 Think we had it tough in North America during the Second World War? We could sleep in our beds at night reasonably certain we weren't going to be blown to smithereens. No so our British allies. This remarkable color photo from October 14, 1940 shows the effects of a typical nighttime air raid targetting London. (The Brits referred to it as "the Blitz.") A large German bomb blew a hole in a street near a bus stop, penetrated through to the Belham underground (subway) station below ground, and killed 68 people who thought they were out of harm's way. Later that same night, a bus travelling in blackout conditions--and thus unaware of the enormous hole in the street--drove into the gaping crater.
Tags: blitz  London  Second  World  War 
Added: 11th June 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Love American Style - The Elopement Love American Style was a light-hearted program that aired on ABC from 1969 to 1974. It was usually comprised of three unrelated segments that involved some sort of romantic entanglement. The show had no ongoing cast; familiar actors from other TV shows normally played the lead roles. The show's main segments were separated with 'blackouts'--short, comedic vignettes. Love American Style was considered somewhat risque for its time because of its bedroom humor. Here's a good example: Davy Jones and Karen Valentine star in this 10-minute clip from 1970 about an elopement that goes wrong when the groom-to-be enters the wrong girl's window. It is preceded by a 'blackout' that would have raised a few eyebrows in 1970. (Try to ignore the logo that appears in the middle of the screen.)
Tags: Love  American  Style  Davy  Jones  Karen  Valentine 
Added: 10th April 2015
Views: 1190
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Posted By: Lava1964

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