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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
Views: 1644
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Posted By: Babs64
Debut of South Park 1997 In August 1997 the Comedy Central cable network debuted the animated series South Park. Its irreverent humor quickly became a smash hit, drawing TV audiences in the millions. Not everyone was enamored, though. South Park's frequent depiction of taboo subject matter, general toilet humor, accessibility to children viewers, disregard of decency standards, and portrayal of religion for comic effect have been the main sources for generating controversy and debate over the course of its run. No subject is off limits and people and policies from every political stripe have been skewered.
Tags: South  Park  television  sitcom 
Added: 4th October 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Tufty Tufty the squirrel was a 60's & early 70's public information films to teach children the dangers of the roads. These were shown on TV and in the cinemas. There was also a Tufty club which as a child, I was a member of, which entitled you to wear a Tufty badge and receive monthly magazines with all of Tufty's stories. Later replaced by the Green Cross Man, played by the actor who portrayed Darth Vader In the first three Star Wars films, Dave Prowse.
Tags: Public  Information  Road  Safety  Campaign  Tufty 
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 1668
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Posted By: donmac101
Happy Days Fonzie Cries Here's a ten-minute edited version of one of the more memorable episodes of Happy Days. After buying a motorcycle, Richie has a terrible accident and is badly injured. The thought of his best friend on death's doorstep is too much for Fonzie, who is reduced to tears. The idea for this episode came from producer Garry Marshall. He had heard about an agency that dealt with abused children who were emotionally stifled and unable to cry. The idea was if they saw super-cool Fonzie crying...
Tags: Happy  Days  Fonzie  crying  Richie  accident 
Added: 24th March 2009
Views: 4323
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Posted By: Lava1964
Children of the revolution Marc Bolan and T-Rex. 70's glam rock. This group turned out some pretty amazing sounds.
Tags: Marc  Bolan  Glam  Rock  70s  UK 
Added: 14th January 2008
Views: 1887
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Posted By: donmac101
Hula Hoop  - Frisbee Inventor Passes today at age 82 ARCADIA, Calif., Jan. 17 (UPI) -- Richard Knerr, co-founder of Wham-O, which gave the world the Hula Hoop and the Frisbee, has died at an Arcadia, Calif., hospital at 82. Knerr died Monday at Methodist Hospital after suffering a stroke earlier in the day at his home, his wife, Dorothy, told the Los Angeles Times. Knerr and his boyhood buddy Arthur "Spud" Melin started the company in 1948 in Pasadena. They named the enterprise Wham-O for the sound that their first product, a slingshot, made when it hit its target. Dozens of toys followed that often bore playful names like Superball, Slip 'N Slide and the Water Wiggle. But, they hit it big with a redesigned bamboo ring used for exercise in Australia that became one of the most popular fads of all time -- the Hula Hoop. Knerr and Melin figure they sold 25 million hoops in four months in the late 1950s. It had one major fault: it never wore out. In 1958, while the hoop was going great guns, the team came up with the Frisbee, another wildly popular fad that sold an estimated 100 million over the next 30 years. In addition to his wife, Knerr, who was born June 30, 1925, in San Gabriel,Calif., was survived by three children, two stepchildren and eight grandchildren. Melin died in 2002.
Tags: Hula  Hoop    -  Frisbee  Inventor  Passes  today  at  age  82 
Added: 18th January 2008
Views: 1810
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Posted By: Old Fart
Disneys Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was first released in 1937. It was the first animated feature film produced by Walt Disney. It was the first full-length animated feature to become widely successful within the English-speaking world, and the first to be filmed in Technicolor. It made its premiere at the Carthay Circle Theater on December 21, 1937, and was released to theaters by RKO Radio Pictures on February 4, 1938. Walt Disney had to literally fight to get the film produced. Both his brother Roy, and his wife, Lillian, attempted to talk him out of it, and the Hollywood movie industry mockingly referred to the film as 'Disney's Folly' while it was in production. He even had to mortgage his house to help finance the film's production, which eventually ran up a total cost of just over $1.5 million, a whopping sum for a feature film in 1937. It has been well documented that Adolf Hitler watched this film with a room full of children, and was delighted by Disney's adaptation of the German fairy tale. In fact, Hitler offered Disney anything he wanted in exchange for Disney's creation of feature-length animated features in Germany. Though this is the basis for the 'Walt Disney is a Nazi' rumors, Disney's biographer Bob Thomas proved that Disney declined Hitler's invitation, and in fact soon entered production on such anti-German projects as 'Der Fuhrer's Face' and 'Victory Through Air Power'.
Tags: snow  white  and  the  seven  dwarfs  walt  disney  animated  films  30 
Added: 21st January 2008
Views: 1819
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Posted By: Naomi
Milton Bradley Shrunken Head No thanks....I think I'll keep mine like it is!! Ewwww, looks like that nasty little goblin who was after Drew Barrymore in 'Cat's Eye'!
Tags: milton  bradley  shrunken  head  childrens  toys   
Added: 24th January 2008
Views: 3561
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Posted By: Naomi
Three Legged Man Frank Lentini Sicilian-born Francesco (Frank) Lentini was a familiar figure in the early years of the 20th century for an obvious reason: He was born with three legs. One of the legs was malformed (probably from a twin that did not develop properly in his mother's womb). It served no useful purpose other than providing Lentini with a portable stool! Lentini's father was ashamed of him and exiled him from home. Lentini grew up withdrawn and depressed until he visited a home for the handicapped and saw children who were far worse off than he was. He emigrated to America in 1898 at the age of nine. Billed as the Three-Legged Wonder, Lentini appeared in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and Ringling Brothers' circus. Lentini eventually married and fathered four normal children. He died in Florida in 1966 at the age of 77.
Tags: Frank  Lentini  three  legs 
Added: 30th January 2008
Views: 8789
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Posted By: Lava1964
Blue Peter Funnies Now the longest running childrens TV show in the world and soon to celebrate it's 50th birthday. These clips are some of the memorable funny bits.
Tags: Blue  Peter  Get  Down  Shep  TV  UK 
Added: 30th January 2008
Views: 1867
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Posted By: donmac101

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