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Concentration Final Episode - 1973 On March 23, 1973 the memory-based game show Concentration ended its hugely successful run of nearly 15 years as an NBC daytime program. In this clip host Bob Clayton bids a kind farewell to the show's loyal fans. Clayton hosted the show from 1969 to 1973. It had previously been hosted by Hugh Downs from 1958 through 1965. Clayton was the show's announcer when Downs was the host. Jack Barry, Art James, and Bill Mazer all hosted the show in the years between Downs' and Clayton's tenures. A few months into 1969, Ed McMahon replaced Clayton--which proved to be an extremely unpopular decision. When ratings started to tank, Clayton was brought back as host. Clayton died of cardiac arrest in 1979; he was only 57. Interesting bit of trivia: Concentration was the last game show to employ an organist to provide live music.
Tags: Concentration  game  show  last  episode 
Added: 9th October 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Barbara Gordon Batgirl is a fictional character appearing in comic books, published by DC Comics. Written as the daughter of Gotham City police commissioner James Gordon, her civilian identity is given a doctorate in library science and she is employed as head of Gotham City Public Library, as well as later being elected to the United States Congress...The character subsequently made her first comic book appearance as Batgirl in Detective Comics!!"POW"!!!A BIG FAN Of ROBIN!
Tags: Barbara  Gordon  Batgirl,  Oracle,  Amy  Beddoes,  Batman  Robin 
Added: 23rd October 2012
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Posted By: mia_bambina
Its A Wonderful Life- Lasso the Moon Donna Reed was to throw a rock into the window of the Granville House, Frank Capra hired a marksman to shoot it out for her on cue. To everyone's amazement, Donna Reed broke the window with true aim and heft without the assistance of the hired marksman. Reed had played baseball in high school and had a strong throwing arm.
Tags: Its  A  Wonderful  Life  Lasso  the  Moon  Granville  House  James  Stewart  Donna  Reed  Lionel  Barrymore  Henry  Travers  "The  Greatest  Gift"  by  Philip  Van  Doren  Stern  Frank  Capra  1945  1940s  40s  movie  trivia   
Added: 12th December 2012
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Posted By: Cliffy
F Troop-Full Episode-- The Phantom Major Politically incorrect and as funny as it gets!
Tags: F  Troop-Full  Episode--  The  Phantom  Major  Forrest  Tucker  Larry  Storch  Ken  Berry  Melody  Patterson  Frank  Dekova  James  Hampton  Bob  Steele  Joe  Brooks 
Added: 22nd January 2013
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Posted By: Steve
The Original James Bond In early 1954, Ian Fleming was paid $1000 for the television rights for Casino Royale. The novel was adapted into an hour long TV special and was broadcast on CBS on October 21st, 1954 as an episode of the Climax! Mystery Theatre.It was a low budget black and white episode that was adapted by Charles Bennett, who wrote the screenplays for most of Alfred Hitchcock's films in the 1930s. It starred Peter Lorre as Le Chiffre, Linda Christian as Valerie Mathis, Michael Pate as Clarence Leiter, and American actor Barry Nelson as the first ever James Bond.
Tags: James  Bond  007  1954  Barry  Nelson 
Added: 18th February 2013
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Posted By: kinkman
James Garner Passes At Age 86 An ambulance was dispatched to the actor's home in Los Angeles around 8PM Saturday evening but he was confirmed dead at the scene.
Tags: James  Garner    Rockford  Files  Legend  Passes 
Added: 20th July 2014
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Posted By: pfc
8 Simple Rules TV Intro Tags: 8  Simple  Rules  TV  Intro  John  Ritter  Katey  Sagal  Kaley  Cuoco  Amy  Davidson  Martin  Spanjers  Billy  Aaron  Brown  James  Garner  David  Spade  ABC  TV   
Added: 10th August 2014
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Posted By: pfc
8 Simple Rules Funny Scenes Tags:   8    Simple    Rules    TV    Intro    John    Ritter    Katey    Sagal    Kaley    Cuoco    Amy    Davidson    Martin    Spanjers    Billy    Aaron    Brown    James    Garner    David    Spade    ABC    TV         
Added: 10th August 2014
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Posted By: pfc
Theodore Roosevelt - Near Fatal Carriage Accident On September 3, 1902, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt and several other prominent politicians came within inches of being killed by a speeding trolley car in Pittsfield, MA. The president, riding in a horse-drawn carriage, was on his way to deliver a speech when the accident occurred. The carriage was knocked about 40 feet upon impact. Secret Service agent William Craig was fatally injured, becoming the first Secret Service agent killed in the line of duty. Roosevelt was knocked from the carriage and landed face first upon the street. He suffered superficial wounds to his face and leg. (The seriousness of Roosevelt's injuries was probably understated. Roosevelt's leg wound became infected and abscessed. He required surgery and was confined to a wheelchair for a short time. Although the leg wound healed completely, Roosevelt was bothered by the aftereffects of his injury for the rest of his life.) David J. Pratt, the driver of the carriage containing the president, was severely injured. George B. Cortelyou, Secretary to the President, was severely bruised. Winthrop Murray Crane, Governor of Massachusetts, and George P. Lawrence, Representative in Congress from the First Massachusetts district, escaped with only a few bruises. All were in the carriage with Mr. Roosevelt. A newspaper account said, "Under the sunniest of September skies the distinguished party was driving through the Berkshire Hills in a landau drawn by four white horses, the reins handled by Pratt, the President and his companions going from Dalton to Lenox. The carriage was struck squarely just behind the box on which Pratt and Craig were sitting. The vehicle was hurled 40 feet across the road. Craig was instantly killed and ground under the heavy machinery of the car into an unrecognizable mass. The President was thrown into the air and landed on the right side of his face in the roadway. Mr. Cortelyou was thrown out and almost rendered unconscious. Gov. Crane, who, next to Craig, was the nearest to the immediate danger line, was thrown out, but...escaped with only slight bruises." No one on the trolley was injured. According to reports, the trolley was speeding in an attempt to get to its destination ahead of Roosevelt's carriage. Euclid Madden was the trolley car's motorman. He received a six-month prison term for his role in the accident. James Kelley was the trolley car's conductor. In 2002, on the hundredth anniversary of the accident, the Secret Service held a special ceremony at agent Craig's grave where a marker was placed.
Tags: Theodore  Roosevelt  1902  accident  carriage  trolley 
Added: 16th September 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964

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