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Greatest American Hero opening The Greatest American Hero was a goofy, tongue-in-cheek fantasy series that aired on ABC from 1981 to 1983. William Katt starred as high school teacher Ralph Hinkley who had an alien encounter. He was given a red suit which endowed him with superhuman powers. Unfortunately he quickly lost the suit's instruction book, so he had to learn what his powers were through trial and error. While the show itself was not all that memorable, its catchy theme song, Believe It Or Not, certainly was. It reached #2 on the Billboard pop chart in 1981. Here is the show's opening montage with its terrific theme sung by Joey Scarbury.
Tags: Greatest  American  Hero  opening 
Added: 12th March 2014
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Joe Cocker -The Letter Tags: Joe  Cocker  -The  Letter    1970s  70s  oldies  music  in  live  1970  MAD  DOGS  and  ENGLISHMEN 
Added: 11th September 2009
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Billy Joe Royal - Cherry Hill Park I don't know why but this song just popped into my head!
Tags: Billy  Joe  Royal  -  Cherry  Hill  Park  pop    rock  60s  1960s 
Added: 5th November 2009
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Billy Joe Royal - Down In The Boondocks I didn't start off doing a Billy Joe Royal tribute, forgot about this one!
Tags: Billy  Joe  Royal  -  Down  In  The  Boondocks  pop    rock    60s  1960s 
Added: 5th November 2009
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Chubby - Our Gang In 1929 Norman (Chubbby) Chaney replaced Joe Cobb as the resident fat boy in the popular Hal Roach-produced Our Gang comedies when they went from silents to talkies. Chaney was supposed to be 11 years old at the time, but later research revealed he was actually born in 1914 rather than 1918. (The 1920 Baltimore census lists him as a six-year-old.) Chaney made 19 Our Gang shorts through 1931 after which his contract was not renewed. He never acted again. Suffering from a glandular condition, Chaney never grew beyond 4'11". His weight ballooned to over 300 pounds. In 1935 he underwent a corrective surgical procedure which decreased his weight to less than 140 pounds. His health was severely affected, though. Chaney died from myocarditis in 1936 at the age of 21. For 76 years Chaney was buried in an unmarked pauper's grave in a Baltimore cemetery--until fans raised $4000 for a granite headstone in 2012.
Tags: Norman  Chaney  Chubby  Our  Gang 
Added: 7th November 2009
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Our Gang Movie Poster 1927 This is the theatrical poster for the silent 1927 Our Gang short titled 'Baby Brother.' The plot is definitely politically incorrect by today's standards: Wealthy Joe Cobb is an only child who desperately wants a baby brother. He offers $3 to any gang member who can get him one. The resourceful Farina obtains a black neighbor's baby, covers him with white shoe polish, and sells him to Joe!
Tags: Baby  Brother  Our  Gang 
Added: 9th November 2009
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Roger Staubach Loves Sex Tags: Dallas    Cowboys    Roger    Staubach    Joe    Namath    Sex    Football    NFL   
Added: 14th November 2009
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1919 Black Sox Scandal The worst sports scandal in American history revolved around the 1919 Chicago White Sox. The White Sox won their second American League pennant in three years and were heavily favored to beat the National League champion Cincinnati Reds in the best-of-nine World Series. But, lo and behold, the Reds won in eight games. Reporters and baseball insiders who watched the games knew something was amiss. White Sox pitchers Eddie Cicotte and Lefty Williams, the team's two aces, combined for all five Chicago losses. Their pitches seemed to lack zip. The White Sox also made uncharacteristic errors in the field and amateurish mental mistakes. It took nearly a year for evidence to surface that the eight of the White Sox had thrown the Series for gamblers. The press dubbed them the 'Black Sox,' and the eight were banned from pro baseball. Among them was the great Shoeless Joe Jackson, whose .356 career batting average is the third best ever. In order to restore the public's faith in Major League Baseball, Judge Kenesaw M. Landis was hired by the 16 team owners to serve as the sport's commissioner. He was given a lifetime contract and extraordinary powers. The White Sox did not play in another World Series until 1959.
Tags: baseball  Black  Sox  scandal 
Added: 20th November 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Games People Play - Joe South - 1969 Tags: 1969    Oh    The    Games    People    Play    Joe    South    Hush    Don 
Added: 25th November 2009
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Our Gang - Joe Cobb Joe Cobb was the original 'fat boy' character in the Our Gang comedies. He appeared in 86 short films; the vast majority of them were silent movies. Debuting in 1923, Cobb was the first Our Gang character to sport a beanie. Cobb was born in Oklahoma. His acting career began by accident. When Cobb and his father were vacationing in Los Angeles he was spotted by producer Hal Roach who was looking for a jolly fat kid for the Our Gang troupe. Cobb's tenure on Our Gang ended in 1930, but he made three cameo appearances in later Our Gang films during the mid-1930s. His acting career ended in 1940. Shortly thereafter he got a job in an aircraft plant. He worked there until retiring in 1981. Cobb died in 2002. He was 85 years old.
Tags: Our  Gang  Joe  Cobb 
Added: 1st December 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964

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