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Beany and Cecil Music Box tin lithographed toy with Beany and Cecil, and all the gang ~ Dishonest Jon, Capt. Horotio Huffenpuff, Davey Crickett ~ all aboard the Leakin' Lena boat!
Tags: toy  music  box  beany  cecil  mattel 
Added: 6th July 2007
Views: 2958
Posted By: Teresa
Hey Hey Were The Monkees Who was you're favorite? You can admit it!! lol davey jones, micky dolenz, mike nesmith, or peter tork?
Tags: bubble  gum  band  monkees  davey  jones  micky  dolenz  mike  nesmith  peter  tork 
Added: 10th August 2007
Views: 2114
Posted By: Teresa
Sugar Ray Leonard Knocks Out Davey Green From March 31, 1980: world welterweight champion Sugar Ray Leonard decisively defends his title against England's Davey Green with a picture-perfect fourth-round knockout.
Tags: Sugar  Ray  Leonard  Davey  Green 
Added: 28th March 2009
Views: 1865
Posted By: Lava1964
     The Strangler 1964 Trailer Leo Kroll, a lab technician in a large unnamed city, is responsible for the strangulation murders of several young nurses. He feels that in some twisted way, that he is getting back at his overbearing shrew of a mother. Cast includes Victor Buono, Ellen Corby, David McLean, Davey Davison and Diane Sayer.
Tags: the  strangler  victor  Buono  ellen  corby  murder   
Added: 21st October 2007
Views: 1532
Posted By: Naomi
Davey and Goliath Intro This Sunday morning cartoon is a stop motion animation series and was created for The Lutheran Church during the 1960's and produced by Art Clokey who is also know for the Gumby cartoon series that also was Stop Motion animation. Most were 15 minutes long and featured Davey Hansen and his dog Goliath who could talk. But only Davey (and us!) could hear him talk. This show taught the Love of God through everyday experiences. This show can still be seen in syndication today.
Tags: Davey  and  Goliath 
Added: 15th November 2008
Views: 1994
Posted By: ChowDog
Davey and Goliath A Diller a Dollar My favorite episode of Davey and Goliath. Davey gets sent to the principle's office for being tardy. Why is it my favorite episode? Mainly because when this came out I had been sent to the principle's office for talking to much in class. Yep, I talked all the time and the teacher couldn't get a word in edgewise. This episode was distributed FREE OF CHARGE to any TV station that wanted it, along with others from this series. So I wanted to post it for those that remember the show.
Tags: Davey  Goliath  Diller  Dollar 
Added: 16th November 2008
Views: 3399
Posted By: ChowDog
Chuck Davey - Boxings First TV Creation Chuck Davey, a slick left-handed boxer from Detroit who earned two degrees from Michigan State University, was the sport's first "television creation" in the early 1950s. Davey traveled to London as a member of the 1948 U.S. Olympic boxing team as an alternate but never competed in the Games. He turned pro in the late 1940s. At a time when boxing was hugely popular and it was possible to watch live televised pro bouts six nights per week, Chuck Davey fit the bill perfectly. He was good-looking, intelligent, popular enough be be pictured twice on the cover of The Ring magazine, and talented enough to win, but he possessed feather fists so his bouts often went the distance or close to it. (This pleased the networks and their sponsors as all the scheduled commercial breaks would be attained.) Over the years the quality of Davey's opposition has been questioned--and he certainly fought his share of tomato cans--but Davey did beat capable fighters such as Ike Williams, Carmen Basilio, and Rocky Graziano in his ascension up the ladder. After compiling 37 wins and two draws in his first 39 fights, Davey earned a shot at Kid Gavilan's world welterweight crown on February 11, 1953 in Chicago. Gavilan, who entered the ring as a 14-5 betting favorite, realized quickly that Davey had no ability to hurt him, so he just methodically wore Davey down. In the third round a flurry of punches knocked Davey down for the first time in his career. Over the next few rounds Gavilan toyed with Davey, occasionally switching to a southpaw stance just for the fun of it. In the ninth round, Gavilan floored Davey three more times. The fight was stopped by Davey's corner before round 10. Davey was pretty much discredited as a title threat after the bad loss to Gavilan. At one point he lost four out of five fights. He won two bouts in 1955 and then retired with an overall pro record of 42-5-2 with 26 knockouts. In 1998, Davey was paralyzed in a swimming mishap when a large ocean wave violently slammed him onto a beach. Davey died in 2002 at age 77.
Tags: boxing  Chuck  Davey  TV 
Added: 28th June 2015
Views: 749
Posted By: Lava1964
Jimi Hendrix Opening Act For The Monkees Jimi Hendrix was the opening act for the Monkees for 7 concerts starting on July 8 and ending on July 17th 1967.
Tags: Jimi  Hendrix  Opening  Act  For  The  Monkees    Micky  Dolenz  Michael  Nesmith  Peter  Tork  teenybopper    Foxy  Lady  Foxy  Davey  DJ  Scott  Regan   
Added: 17th July 2015
Views: 897
Posted By: Music Maiden

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