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Our Gang Cast Photo 1933 This is a terrific photograph of the Our Gang cast. It was taken in 1933 during the making of 'Fish Hooky.' This photo bridges the eras of the Our Gang troupe. Fish Hooky saw the return of Farina and Joe Cobb in brief cameo roles after a long absence. It is the last episode that Wheezer (third from the left) appears in, and it shows a very young Spanky McFarland at the far right. Fish Hooky is consisdered one of the best Our Gang shorts ever made. ('Old-timers' Mary Kornman and Mickey Daniels also appeared in the film as the school teacher and truant officer respectively, but alas, are not present in this still photo.)
Tags: Our  Gang  Fish  Hooky  cast  photo 
Added: 12th January 2010
Views: 4849
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Posted By: Lava1964
Miss You- Rolling Stones Rolling Stones Classic Hit. There 8th number one. 1978 Simple music video, those were the days. Lol! I sound like my grampa lol!
Tags: Miss  You-  Rolling  Stones  Mick  Jagger  rock  and  roll  70's  music  1970's  classic 
Added: 9th March 2010
Views: 1532
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Posted By: Marty6697
  Maureen McCormick - Time in a Bottle Marcia sings on The Brady Bunch Variety Hour.
Tags:     Maureen  McCormick  -  Time  in  a  Bottle  The  Brady  Bunch  Variety  Hour   
Added: 5th August 2010
Views: 1965
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Rolling Stones Dirty Work 1986 TV promo A 1986 television commercial promoting the Rolling Stones album "Dirty Work"
Tags: rolling  stones  dirty  work  1986  1980s  music  rock  roll  harlem  shuffle  tv  promo  commercial  ad  Mick  Jagger  Keith  Richards 
Added: 20th September 2010
Views: 2127
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Posted By: robatsea
MTV promo spot 1985 An amusing promo spot from 1985 for MTV featuring appearances by Bruce Springsteen, Godley & Creme, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and John Taylor.
Tags: MTV  promo  pop  music  rock  roll  1985  1980s  commercial  music  television  tv  Bruce  Springsteen  John  Taylor  David  Bowie  Mick  Jagger  Godley  Creme 
Added: 20th September 2010
Views: 1386
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Posted By: robatsea
The Brady Bunch - We Need A Little Christmas Tags: The  Brady    Bunch    Robert  Reed      Florence    Henderson    Barry      Williams    Maureen    McCormick    Christopher    Knight  Eve    Plumb 
Added: 14th December 2010
Views: 1422
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Posted By: pfc
The Monkees Go Christmas Tree Shopping Tags: Monkees    Micky  Dolenz    Davy  Jones    Peter  Tork    Michael    Nesmith    Butch  Patrick    Christmas  1967 
Added: 14th December 2010
Views: 1585
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Posted By: pfc
Christmas Present for Lava It's ok to open this present early Lava!
Tags: Maureeen  McCormick,  Brady  Bunch,  70s,  1970s,  Classic  TV 
Added: 16th December 2010
Views: 1710
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Posted By: Cathy
Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney - How about you Tags: Judy  Garland  and  Mickey  Rooney  -  How  about  you   
Added: 21st December 2010
Views: 5769
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Posted By: Cathy
North American Soccer League The North American Soccer League was supposed to be the 'next big thing' in sports. It lasted 17 seasons but it failed to dislodge the traditional team sports from their longtime perch as fan favorites. The league began in 1968 with the merger of two small pro leagues and lasted until 1984. At the peak of the NASL's popularity in the late 1970s, it had 24 teams. The New York Cosmos (who featured Pele and Franz Beckenbauer on their roster) sometimes drew 70,000 fans to Giants Stadium. However, the league average never exceeded 15,000 fans per game and some teams struggled to draw 5,000. By its last season, the NASL had dwindled to nine teams. By the time the final NASL game was played between the Chicago Sting and Toronto Blizzard, only three teams were solvent. To Europeans, the NASL was perceived as soccer's version of an elephants' graveyard where players long past their primes could extend their careers for sizable money. The Euro stars, despite their diminishing skills, accounted for large chunks of teams' payrolls that could have been better spent fostering North American talent. Traditionalists were also put off by the NASL's gimmicks to Americanize the sport: a liberalized offside rule, game clocks that counted downward instead of upward, penalty shootouts to break ties, and a crazy points system that rewarded goals scored as well as wins. In the end, the NASL managed to alienate traditional soccer fans while failing to attract new ones.
Tags: NASL  soccer 
Added: 12th April 2011
Views: 1260
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Posted By: Lava1964

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