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Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitching Elizabeth Montgomery was the daughter of silver-screen actor Robert Montgomery, and got her start on his TV show ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS. After marrying second husband Gig Young in 1956, Montgomery shied away from films but made numerous appearances on popular TV shows. Upon their 1963 divorce, Montgomery returned to making films, but third husband William Asher cast her as "Samantha" on the 1964-72 ABC-TV series BEWITCHED. If you look fast, you can see her in a cameo role in the 1965 beach party flick HOW TO STUFF A WILD BIKINI, at the end of the film. After ending BEWITCHED, Asher and Montgomery divorced; she then went on to make many TV movies and married her sometime costar, Robert Foxworth. Sadly, Montgomery passed away at the age of 62 in 1995...this early glamour shot of "Sam" blows me away . . not the way i am used to seeing her!
Tags: elizabeth  montgomery  samantha  stevens  bewitched  robert  montgomery 
Added: 21st September 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
Eric Burden and the Animals House of the Rising Sun has been covered by so many artists, including the Stones, but I think this original just blows all the others away!!
Tags: house  of  the  rising  sun  eric  burden  the  animals  british  rock 
Added: 25th December 2007
Views: 1816
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Posted By: Babs64
Andrew Golota The Foul Pole This is painful to watch. In 1996 Polish heavyweight boxer Andrew Golota was on his way to the big time. He was convincingly beating former champ Riddick Bowe when he repeatedly hit Bowe with low blows and was diqualified. A few months later the two met in a rematch. The same thing couldn't happen again, could it? Hey, that's why boxing writers dubbed Golota 'The Foul Pole!'
Tags: Andrew  Golota  boxing  fouls 
Added: 23rd January 2008
Views: 2099
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Posted By: Lava1964
Are You a Righty or a Lefty this is one of my all time favorite films . . but this blows my mind . . .
Tags: Doris    Day    Cary    Grant      That  Touch  Of  Mink 
Added: 30th June 2008
Views: 1285
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Posted By: Teresa
Barbra Sings Memory From way back in 1981. I think this is best version of this song. Betty Buckley and Elaine Page were great, but Barbra absolutely blows me away. Its like she was meant to sing this song.
Tags: barbra  streisand  memory  cats  broadway  musicals 
Added: 3rd September 2008
Views: 1180
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Posted By: Babs64
Kodak Ad We can all remember those Kodak Moment ads? Well here's a reasonably new one that harks back to those golden days, then blows them out of the water.
Tags: Kodak  Ad  Boo  Yah 
Added: 2nd September 2008
Views: 1650
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Posted By: donmac101
Tail Gaters Beware Remember the hockey horns. This one blows them away. Lol!
Tags: Pretty  Cool    hockey  horns    loud  car  horns 
Added: 4th March 2010
Views: 1239
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Posted By: Marty6697
Rocky Marciano Timex Ad In this 1954 ad from the Saturday Evening Post, world heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano puts a Timex watch to an odd torture test by wearing it during a gym workout. Said the ad, “The Timex Waterproof Marlin rides Rocky Marciano’s smashing, jolting punches on the body bag, the rapid, bouncing blows in the light bag, then a hot and cold shower. At the end of this workout, Rocky checked and said: ‘Still running, and right on time. It’s true that Timex takes a licking and keeps on ticking – a true champion’.”
Tags: Rocky  Marciano  boxing  Timex  watches  ad 
Added: 4th December 2011
Views: 2568
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Posted By: Lava1964
Death of Salvador Sanchez - 1982 Boixing lost a terrific champion way too early in the summer of 1982. Salvador Sánchez of Mexico was well on his way to becoming the greatest featherwight boxer of all time. Sánchez was 44-1-1 in 46 career fights. He had upset popular Danny (Little Red ) Lopez in February 1980 to win the WBC version of the 126-pound title. He went on to defend it numerous times in the next 30 months. Sánchez was a skilled boxer/puncher who could wear down an opponent with accurate, sharp, stinging blows. He was, not surprisingly, a national hero in Mexico. Sadly Sánchez was killed in a sngle-car crash in Mexico on August 12, 1982. He was just 23 years old. At the time he was training for a rematch with the tough Juan Laporte. Sánchez had beaten Laporte in December 1980. Sánchez's last fight was a skillful 15-round knockout of Azumah Nelson in New York City's Madison Square Garden about three weeks before the fatal car accident. Sánchez crashed on the early morning while driving his Porsche 928 sports car along the Mexican federal highway from Santiago de Querétaro to San Luis Potosí, dying instantly. Sánchez was posthumously inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1991.
Tags: boxing  Salvador  Sanchez 
Added: 14th May 2012
Views: 6228
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Posted By: Lava1964
Harold Lloyd - Human Tackling Dummy From the hugely underappreciated silent film genius Harold Lloyd, here is a scene from his brilliant 1925 comedy The Freshman. In this flick Lloyd plays Harold Lamb. Lamb tries to become the most popular man on the Tate University campus by, among other things, trying out for the school's football team. He spectacularly fails. But after the team's tackling dummy falls apart, Tate's coach puts Harold to use as a human version. As in all his films, Lloyd performed his own stunts, so he is taking all the blows in this clips. Some of the football players abusing Harold are members of the Southern Cal pigskin squad.
Tags: The  Freshman  Harold  Lloyd 
Added: 20th April 2015
Views: 791
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Posted By: Lava1964

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