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White Christmas Danny Kaye Bing Crosby My special Favorite for over 40 years, the music still has me crying today. Merry Christmas everyone!!
Tags: White  Christmas  danny  kaye  bing  crosby  rosemary  clooney  vera  ellen   
Added: 23rd December 2008
Views: 1508
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Posted By: Naomi
SNOW from WHITE CHRISTMAS Danny Kaye, Bing Crosby, Vera Ellen and Rosemary Clooney sing a wonderful song from White Christmas
Tags: white  christmas  snow  danny  kaye  bing  crosby 
Added: 25th December 2008
Views: 1432
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Posted By: Naomi
That Girl My Sisters Keeper Ann Marie (Marlo Thomas) does a soft drink commercial and has her singing voice dubbed by a Sister/Nun (Terre Thomas, her actual sister). Guest appearances by Danny Thomas and Tony Thomas. Terre Thomas sings and The scene near the end when Ann bumped into the priest really made me laugh.
Tags: Danny    Thomas    Marlo    That    Girl   
Added: 4th March 2009
Views: 5976
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Posted By: mia_bambina
Throw Momma From the Train A great scene from Throw Momma From the Train, with Billy Crystal, Danny DeVito and the unforgettable Anne Ramsey.
Tags: throw  momma  from  the  train  billy  crystal  danny  devito  anne  ramsey  80s  comedies 
Added: 11th May 2009
Views: 1059
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Posted By: Naomi
Fort Apache The Bronx 1981 TV trailer Paul Newman and Ken Wahl partner as New York cops in the tense 1981 crime drama FORT APACHE THE BRONX, directed by Daniel Petrie and costarring Ed Asner, Kathleen Beller, Rachel Ticotin, Danny Aiello and Pam Grier.
Tags: Paul  Newman  Ken  Wahl  Fort  Apache  the  Bronx  movie  TV  trailer  1980s  1980   
Added: 17th May 2009
Views: 1263
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Posted By: robatsea
Final Ed Sullivan Show - 1971 The Ed Sullivan Show (called The Toast of the Town until 1955) debuted on CBS on June 20, 1948. The first season it aired live on Sundays from 9 to 10 p.m. For the next 22 years it aired on Sundays from 8 to 9 p.m. and became a television staple and a cultural institution. Fondly remembered, The Ed Sullivan Show is arguably the most important entertainment program in television history as it showcased the world's best singers, dancers, actors, musicians, magicians, circus acts, and comedians. (Many classic Broadway performances exist today solely because they were preserved on The Ed Sullivan Show.) Despite Ed's obvious shortcomings as a television host--he was extremely "wooden" as an emcee--the appeal of the show was that it provided something for everybody. One critic aptly declared, "Ed Sullivan can't sing, dance or tell jokes--but he knows who can!" By 1971 The Ed Sullivan Show was in decline, however. Ratings were still generally good, but the all-important demographics showed that younger viewers were no longer watching in sizable numbers. Accordingly CBS unceremoniously applied the ax. The last live show aired on Sunday, March 28, 1971. The performers on that final Sunday were folk singer Melanie; singing duo Tony Sandler & Ralph Young; Danny Davis & the Nashville Brass; mezzo-soprano Joanna Simon; impressionist David Frye; comedian Joey Adams; comedy duo Norman Wisdom and Tony Fane; comedian Lennie Schultz; and sleight-of-hand artist Vic Perry. Sullivan, who hoped to extend his show to at least 25 seasons, had no inkling the March 28, 1971 broadcast would be the last show, so there was no grand finale or tearful farewell. Reruns continued through June 6, 1971. The Ed Sullivan Show was replaced by the CBS Sunday Evening Movie--which lasted just one season. From all accounts, the cancellation of the show deeply affected Sullivan's health and well being. He began exhibiting signs of senility. Paul McCartney recalled encountering Sullivan about a year after the show's cancellation and Sullivan had no idea who McCartney was. Joan Rivers had a similar experience. Sullivan died on October 13, 1974--which was a Sunday--just a few months after being diagnosed with advanced esophageal cancer. He was 73 years old.
Tags: Ed  Sullivan  Show  finale  1971 
Added: 27th February 2014
Views: 2223
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Posted By: Lava1964
Jeremy Gelbwaks - Original Chris Partridge The Partridge Family was an ABC musical sitcom that ran for four seasons from 1970 to 1974. The show's premise was that recently widowed mother Shirley Partridge and her five children decide to form a pop group to make ends meet and earn money for the children's college funds. The show was loosely based on the real family musical group The Cowsills. In the show's first season Chris Partridge, the drummer and youngest son, was played by Jeremy Gelbwaks. (He seldom had more than two lines in an episode. In fact, in the last episode Gelbwaks appeared in, he had no lines whatsoever.) After the 1970-71 season Gelbwaks was replaced in the cast by Brian Forster. The reason why the change was made varies depending upon whom you ask. Gelbwaks' father was a federal government employee whose job forced him to relocate from California to Virginia just as the show's first season was concluding. The move made it difficult for Jeremy to continue his role as Chris Partridge. However, stories persist that Gelbwaks was a hellion on the set and the show's producers wanted to get rid of him. Danny Bonaduce (who played middle son Danny Partridge--and was admittedly no angel himself) once stated in an interview that Gelbwaks was "psychotic." David Cassidy (who played oldest son and teen heartthrob Keith Partridge) apparently couldn't stand Gelbwaks' on-set antics--which included kicking other cast members just before the director called "Action!" Whether Gelbwaks left on his own accord because of his family's out-of-state move or whether he was was forced out of the cast because of his bad behavior remains a matter of conjecture. Perhaps it was a combination of the two. ABC received zero letters of complaint regarding the cast change. Gelbwaks never worked in show business again. According to a fansite, Gelbwaks is married and lives in New Orleans. Gelbwaks appeared on Danny Bonaduce's short-lived syndicated talk show in 1995 when most of The Partridge Family cast gathered for a 25th anniversary reunion. Both Chrises made appearances on that program and there seemed to be no animosity among those who were present. (David Cassidy was unavailable to appear, however.)
Tags: Jeremy  Gelbwaks  original  Chris  Partridge  Family 
Added: 6th March 2014
Views: 7509
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Posted By: Lava1964
NBA Shot Clock Invented 1954 It was the innovation that saved professional basketball: The 24-second shot clock. Coach Howard Hobson came up with with the idea of a shot clock, but it was first used in 1954 in Syracuse, New York. There Danny Biasone, the owner of the National Basketball Association's Syracuse Nationals, experimented with a 24-second version during a scrimmage game. He then convinced the NBA to adopt it. In the pre-shot clock days, the NBA had problems attracting fans and television coverage. This was largely due to the stalling tactics used by teams once they took the lead. Without the shot clock, teams could pass the ball in the front court endlessly without penalty. If the team in the lead chose to stall, the trailing team was forced to commit fouls to get the ball back following the free throw. Low-scoring, boring games with many fouls were common. The most extreme case occurred on November 22, 1950, when the Fort Wayne Pistons defeated the Minneapolis Lakers 19-18. A few weeks later, the Rochester Royals and Indianapolis Olympians played a soporific six-overtime game with only one shot in each overtime. The NBA tried several rule changes in the early 1950s to speed up the game and reduce fouls before eventually adopting Biasone's idea. How did Biasone arrive at the strange figure of 24 seconds? According to Biasone, 'I looked at the box scores from games I enjoyed, games where they didn't screw around and stall. I noticed each team took about 60 shots. That meant 120 shots per game. So I took 48 minutes--2,880 seconds--and divided that by 120 shots. The result was 24 seconds per shot.' When the shot clock first came into vogue, it made players so nervous that it hardly came into play; players were generally taking fewer than 20 seconds to shoot. According to Syracuse player Dolph Schayes, 'We thought we had to take quick shots. But as time went on, we saw the inherent genius in Danny's 24 seconds. You could work the ball around for a good shot.'
Tags: NBA  shot  clock 
Added: 15th November 2009
Views: 3562
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Posted By: Lava1964
Single TV Moms- Then and Now Tags: Single  TV  Moms-  Then  and  Now  Partridge  Family  Octomom  NadyaSuleman  Shirley  Jones  David  Cassidy  Susan  Dey  Danny  Bonaduce   Suzanne  Crough  Dave  Madden  Brian  Forster 
Added: 13th December 2009
Views: 3687
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Posted By: Cliffy
Rappin Rodney I can't believe this isn't here, I couldn't find anything in the search function.
Tags: Rappin    Rodney    Dangerfield    No    Respect    Music    Video    Caddyshack    Back    To    School    Oingo    Boingo    Danny    Elfman    No  Respect 
Added: 15th January 2010
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Posted By: Old Fart

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