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Heckle and Jeckle Cartoon Show Opening Pick your decade, The first Heckle and Jeckle cartoon premiered in 1946, the last in 1966. Since most saw it in the 50s, thats were I put it.
Tags: Heckle  and  Jeckle  Cartoon  Show  opening 
Added: 14th September 2007
Views: 1936
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Posted By: Cliffy
LBJ and JFK Vice Presidential candidate Lyndon Johnson shouts at a heckler while campainging with JFK in 1960 . . .
Tags: Lyndon  Baines  Johnson      John  Fitzgerald  Kennedy 
Added: 29th June 2008
Views: 1604
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Posted By: Teresa
The Pinky Toe "they kept ringing the bell!"
Tags: Seinfeld      Kramer      heckler      pinky      toe 
Added: 1st July 2008
Views: 1255
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Posted By: Teresa
The Muppets Sleep Tonight Great clip from this awesome show.
Tags: The  Muppets  Sleep  Tonight  swedish  baker  Kermit  the  Frog  Animal  Hecklers 
Added: 21st March 2010
Views: 1351
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Posted By: Marty6697
Aloysius Travers - Emergency Pitcher One of the most interesting pitching lines in MLB history belongs to Aloysius (Al) Travers, a 20-year old seminary student, who pitched once for the Detroit Tigers in 1912--a complete-game 24-2 loss to the defending World Series champion Philadelphia A's. Of course there has to be an explanation: Travers wasn't really a pitcher! He was hastily recruited among a group of local Philadelphia amateur ballplayers to replace the striking Detroit Tigers. The Tigers' regulars walked off the field shortly before game time at Philadelphia's Shibe Park on Saturday, May 18, 1912 to protest the suspension of center fielder Ty Cobb. (Cobb had jumped into the stands during a game in New York three days earlier to fight a heckler.) Faced with a potential forfeit and a huge fine, the Tigers' management recruited Travers and other amateur players as emergency replacements. Travers was the ersatz Tigers' only pitcher--and he wasn't even good enough to make the baseball team at St. Joseph's College. Be that as it may, Travers was forced to face some of the most vaunted hitters in the majors in front of 20,000 fans. In eight innings, he allowed 24 runs (14 earned), and 26 hits. Travers also walked seven A's and struck out one. He was paid $25 for his efforts. Travers, shown here in a photograph taken late in his life, eventually became a priest. To date, Travers is the only priest known to have pitched in an MLB game.
Tags: baseball  Aloysius  Travers  Detroit  Tigers 
Added: 18th July 2012
Views: 2486
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Posted By: Lava1964

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