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Vinnie Barbarino Dance - Gold Jump Suit Many years ago I posted a clip of John Travolta doing his amusing Vinnie Barbarino song and dance on Welcome Back, Kotter. Here's another version--perhaps a better one. It's from the 20th episode (titled The Telethon) where the Sweathogs put on a telethon to try to raise enough money to keep their school's special ed program afloat.
Tags: Vinnie  Barbarino  dance   
Added: 16th January 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Time  Pink   Floyd Saw the Animals tour in Jersey City Rooselvelt Stadium I heard the Brooklyn Dodgers farm team played there.And they had huge helium filled floating animals like the album cover.
Tags: Pink      Floyd      Time      PULSE 
Added: 29th December 2007
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Posted By: tommy7
Hmmmm This 1972 VW commercial has a surprise in it. At the end you will see a Beetle being driven into the ocean. The text in the commercial says 'allthough the Beetle does definately float, it will not float indefinately'. Nice to know ahead of time....
Tags: volswagen  beetle  commercial   
Added: 3rd January 2008
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Posted By: Babs64
Lady In The Water a woman floating in the water at Weeki Wachee Spring, Florida . . the photo is by fashion photographer Toni Frissell and was published in HARPER'S BAZAAR in December 1947 . . .
Tags: vintage    photo      Weeki  Wachee  Spring      Toni  Frissell      Harper 
Added: 8th May 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Loie Fuller  1902 Mary Louise Fuller (Loie) was an American dancer and theatrical innovator. She began her career as a child, performing in burlesque, vaudeville, the circus, plays, and other popular entertainments. Self-taught as a dancer, Fuller explored the use of voluminous silken skirts, which, illuminated by the multicolored lighting she created, floated, flowed, and swirled in her famous Serpentine Dance, first performed in New York in 1892. Later that year she traveled to Paris, where she and her dance productions became wildly successful. She was painted by Toulouse-Lautrec, sculpted by Rodin, exalted by Mallarmé and other writers, and dramatically portrayed in various art nouveau works. Remaining in Europe, Fuller became a successful artistic entrepeneur, forming her own school (1908) and founding a troupe that toured worldwide. She continued to experiment with lighting effects and other forms of stagecraft, and ultimately choreographed more than 100 dances...
Tags: vintage      photo      Loie  Fuller 
Added: 8th May 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
The Float i think this pic is from Ocean City, NJ . . .
Tags: vintage      photo 
Added: 26th August 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Float On Hi, my name is Don and I'm a Taurus. This is one of those songs that makes you wonder how it got as high as it did? But then you listen and go that's quite good.
Tags: The  Floaters  Float  On 
Added: 31st August 2008
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Posted By: donmac101
Watertight Smith William Alden Smith was a respected and capable career politician from Michigan who, unfortunately, became the subject of ridicule for one unfortunate public statement. Smith served in the Michigan House of Representatives, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the U.S. Senate. When the R.M.S. Titanic sank in 1912, Smith chaired the American investigation into the maritime tragedy. Although the inquiry was responsible for creating many improved international safety measures regarding oceanic shipping, Smith was widely mocked (especially in the British press) for asking why the passengers in the doomed ship didn't seek safety in the Titanic's watertight cabins. It was pointed out to Smith that the so-called watertight cabins were meant to keep the ship afloat, not to hold passengers. Furthermore, the cabins would have been no help to passengers as they sank with the rest of the Titanic. The British newspapers quickly nicknamed the distinguished senator 'Watertight' Smith.
Tags: Watertight  Smith  Titanic 
Added: 25th October 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
The Great Gazoo Partway through the final season of The Flintstones, a new character was added to the animated sitcom: The Great Gazoo. Gazoo was a tiny, green, floating alien who possessed magical powers. He was exiled to Earth from his home on planet Zatox as punishment for having invented a doomsday machine, a weapon of immense destructive power. Gazoo was discovered by Fred and Barney when his flying saucer crashed near Fred's car. Gazoo referred to Fred and Barney as 'dum-dums.' Gazoo secretly befriended Fred and Barney but constantly caused problems for them. Gazoo's name derived from the lyrics of a 1909 song, 'King of the Bungaloos,' by Charles Straight and Gene Greene. Harvey Korman provided The Great Gazoo's voice. Because Gazoo was introduced into The Flintstones midway through the sixth and final season (in the October 29, 1965 episode titled 'The Great Gazoo'), Gazoo's inclusion is often cited by fans of the show as the moment the series 'jumped the shark.' In total, The Great Gazoo appeared in 10 episodes of The Flintstones.
Tags: Flintstones  Great  Gazoo 
Added: 17th November 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Yea Yea Happy Saint Patricks Day Tags: Saint  Patricks  Day  Funny  Cartoon  Floats  and  Pick  Up  Trucks 
Added: 17th March 2011
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Posted By: Freckles

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