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The Big Chill what a cast! ok, who has held up the best? let's make a game of this (it's NOT that i'm lazy) . . i won't put the actor's names here . .u have to look in the 'tags' box!! lol wayyyyy harder!! And, now for some TRIVIA: *do u remember/ know that 'alex' (the dead guy) was played by Keven Coster? all his scenes got edited out, except one at the beginning where he's a dead body! *TBC influenced the creation of the tv series "Thirtysomething" *Actor Tom Beringer married a woman he met while filming this movie in Beaufort, SC, where he still lives
Tags: movie  big  chill  tom  berenger  glenn  close  jeff  goldblum  william  hurt  kevin  kline  mary  jay  place  meg  tilly  jobeth  williams  don  galloway 
Added: 5th July 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
Fast Talking Fed Ex Commercial "Peter you did a bang up job I'm putting you in charge of Pittsburgh, Peter. I know it's perfect Peter that's why I picked Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh's perfect, Peter. May I call you Pete" Dick what's the deal with the deal? Are we dealing? We're dealing. Dave it's a deal with Don, Dork and Dick, Dork it's a deal with Don, Dave and Dick...gotta go, disconnecting...
Tags: FedEx  commercial    John  Moschitta  Classic  TV 
Added: 14th July 2007
Views: 5693
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Posted By: Old Fart
Featured Member- jedwgrn aka Jack My name is Jack and this trek of mine began in Dallas in '49. Raised in Irving, TX, I am one of seven kids which made for a crowd in a small house and you had to not be the last to the table during chow time. Now, I am the father of four and the grandfather of nine and I am proud of everyone of them. Just ask me, I have pictures. My family was and is the primary focus for most of my life and kids in sports and other activities claimed most of my free time. These are the days I thought I would have more time for myself, not so. I seem to be busier now than ever. April marks my 40th anniversary with the US Army in one capacity or another. Talk about being a lifer. In April of '69 I was drafted into the Army in Dallas, spent two years in (infantry and Vietnam) and then got out. The next two years I went to school while a reserve member and then returned to active duty in 1973. My military retirement was effective July of 1992. I retired as a Master Sergeant after serving as a First Sergeant for seven years. Immediately thereafter I returned to service in a civilian capacity, which is where I remain. Today it still is all about soldiers. I work and teach in a dental prosthetics laboratory for an Army residency program that has Army and Navy dentists to include two Canadian officers as residents. I have a job that I really like what I do. So, as I have always asked myself, 'Where to from here?' Haven't got a clue - perhaps this is the last stop, God willing.
Tags: Featured  Member-  jedwgrn  aka  Jack  Nice  Guy 
Added: 9th March 2009
Views: 2405
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Posted By: Steve
Bonanza Video Montage by Ellen Tracy Scenes of the 60s Bonanza with Johnny Cash singing the theme to Bonanza. If you ever wondered what the words to the song were here it is. A wonderful job by Ellen Tracy.
Tags: bonanza  westerns  cowboys  hoss  little  joe  ben  hop  sing 
Added: 18th August 2007
Views: 2733
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Posted By: dezurtdude
Vintage Bell Telephone Ad It may have been a desirable job but it was not an easy one. Telephone companies had strict rules for all aspects of operators' behavior on the job. Merely to get the job, a woman had to pass height, weight, and arm length tests to ensure that she could work in the tight quarters afforded switchboard operators. Operators had to sit with perfect posture for long hours in straight-backed chairs. They were not permitted to communicate with each other. They were to respond quickly, efficiently, and patiently — even when dealing with the most irascible customers...
Tags: ad  bell  telephone  operators 
Added: 20th August 2007
Views: 7215
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Posted By: Teresa
Career Academy Reel to Reel Tape Machine This is a small, portable reel to reel tape recorder that was made in Japan for the "Career Academy School of Famous Broadcasters." I attended that Academy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin back in 1969. These tape recorders were offered to students so that we had something on which to practice our "announcer voice" while we were not in class. It could handle 5" or smaller reels. It still works. At the time I attended the school two rather famous people were sponsors of it. Broadcaster, author and lecturer Robert St. John, and NBA star Kareem Abdul Jabbar, (of course, back then in 1969 he was known as Lew Alcindor, and played for the Milwaukee Bucks.) I got to meet both of these gentlemen. Mr. St. John was actually the author of the textbook we used. I became a radio broadcaster… but never a famous one. :-( This was back in the days when you could lose your broadcasting license and even your job for saying ‘hell’ or ‘damn’ over the air. Somewhere along the way the FCC has curled up and died!
Tags: reel  tape  career  academy  radio 
Added: 22nd August 2007
Views: 5309
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Posted By: jimmyjet
J C Penney Reel to Reel This is a J.C. Penney model 6217 reel to reel tape recorder from the early '70s. All it says on the back is "made in Japan," possibly by Sony, I'm not sure. This was the first reel to reel that I ever owned... if you don't count a cassette player as a reel to reel machine. It had two speakers but was not a stereo. It played monaural out of both speakers which were built into the sides of the machine. A nice little reel to reel machine for a young man like me who didn't have a lot of $$$. Lightweight, with a protective cover, it got the job done rather nicely. I worked as a radio announcer when I owned his and it was super easy to record all my own music onto reels using the station’s equipment. Quite a fringe benefit!
Tags: reel  tape  recorder  jc  penny 
Added: 23rd August 2007
Views: 3208
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Posted By: jimmyjet
THE HAUNTING   Trailer   1963 Forget any other horror film, or any other film about the supernatural you've ever seen, this will scare the c*** out of you, no joke. I was raised watching these types of films, with my mom, so I've seen them all, but this scared me to death. It's what you don't see that will get to you. And there were no special visual effects, like in so many other films of this type, it was all done with sound effects, relying on your imagination to finish the job. Shirley Jackson wrote the book, from which this was taken, in 1959, titled The Haunting of Hill House.
Tags: The  Haunting  julie  harris  supernatural  thriller 
Added: 7th September 2007
Views: 2067
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Posted By: Naomi
Uniforms- My next video project- I need your help I'm starting to think about my next video, about uniforms, preferably for jobs that either don't exist any more or jobs that haven't worn uniforms in decades. Stewardesses, nurses, gas station attendants and soda jerks come to mind but I need much more. There were so many jobs back in the day that required uniforms but no longer. I need your help! I don't care if you duplicate anyone's answer, just start rattling them off. Any thoughts for songs to use?
Tags: Uniforms-  My  next  video  project-  I  need  your  help 
Added: 26th March 2009
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Posted By: Cliffy
Tokio Kid WWII Propaganda Posters During the Second World War, the U.S. government produced a series of anti-Japanese propaganda posters featuring a caricature dubbed the Tokio Kid. (Tokio was a common spelling of Tokyo at the time.) These posters, featuring absurd exaggerations of Asian facial features and pidgin English, warned Americans that wasteful habits and slacking off on the job could aid the enemy.
Tags: Tokio  Kid  propaganda  Second  World  War 
Added: 2nd March 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964

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