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Terri Gibbs - Somebodys Knockin Tags: Terri  Gibbs  -  Somebody 
Added: 24th June 2011
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Peter Falk passes at age 83 Peter Falk died at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday night. He was 83. Pictures: Peter Falk 1927-2011 The "Columbo" star won four Emmy Awards for his portrayal of the cigar-chomping detective who always looked as if he'd just rolled out of bed. Falk played Columbo on television regularly from 1971 to 1978 and then sporadically from 1989 until 2003.
Tags: Peter  Falk  passes  at  age  83,  Columbo,  detective 
Added: 24th June 2011
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Posted By: Old Fart
1964 Fashions and Cars Frothy souffle textures revved up in shades of gold will get the attention of that Big Wheel in your life, according to this 1964 ad from the August Seventeen magazine. And it looks like the British Motor Corporation is willing to take that risk! And there is Ford Model Agency's model Colleen Corby in blue, wearing one of the vervy, vivid trio of sweaters to prove it! The guy double parked next to her doesn't stand a chance. Sigh. Such was the summer of '64.
Tags: fashions  cars  Sixties  ColleenCorby  SeventeenMagazine  VintageMagazines  1964Fashions  BritishMotorCorporation  FordModelAgency   
Added: 25th June 2011
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Posted By: AngoraSox
Identify the Hall-of-Famers This photo, taken before the 1937 All-Star Game at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C., shows seven future Hall-of-Fame baseball players on the American League team. Your task is to identify all seven. (The American League defeated their National League counterparts 8-3. President Franklin Roosevelt was in attendance and tossed the ceremonial first pitch.)
Tags: baseball  photo  identification  All-Star  Game 
Added: 25th June 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964
1964 Hairstyles Here is the brunette Colleen Corby in the August 1964 issue of Seventeen magazine to remind us all of what a girl had to suffer before she could create her hairdo! Ouchie! Whether you used these brush hair rollers or orange juice cans for curlers, sleeping in these was a chore, not to mention a pain. Anything for beauty, right? But once you got the important stuff out of the way, like rolling up your hair, THEN you could concentrate on your chemistry homework and fidget with your slide rule, a portable mechanical analog computer. To sum it up, today we use handheld electronic calculators; But women STILL go to great lengths and pains for their hairstyles!
Tags: 1964  hairstyles  ColleenCorby  SeventeenMagazine  slideruler  hairdos  pain  suffering  beauty  VintageMagazines     
Added: 26th June 2011
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Posted By: AngoraSox
1964 Hair Curlers Each size hair curler in this 1964 ad by Tip-Top is COLOR CODED. An entire rainbow of colors! But the ad assures that the conservative among us can still purchase these in brown. LOL The Tip-Top company had an unbelievable array of very affordable beauty products at Woolworths and drugstores.
Tags: 1964  fashion  beauty  curlers  TipTop  SeventeenMagazine  teenagers  hairstyles  hairdos  HairProducts   
Added: 26th June 2011
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Posted By: AngoraSox
1964 Hair Accessories From the November 1964 Seventeen magazine, selling straight out of Beverly Hills, a replica garbage can container for hair curlers for "the glamour girl".
Tags: 1964  beauty  hairdos  hairstyles  BeautyAccessories  SeventeenMagazine  teenagers  haircurlers  BeverlyHills  GarbageCan  glamour  teens  1964teens  fashion  1964Fashions   
Added: 26th June 2011
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Posted By: AngoraSox
1900 Automobile Parade This may be the first annual automobile parade, held on February 6, 1900, in downtown Manhattan. At least ten different makes and models are seen, including electric and steam powered machines.
Tags:         automobile          parade          Edison          New          York        Henry  Ford,  gasoline,  engines,  steam 
Added: 3rd July 2011
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Posted By: Old Fart
I Knew I Head This Before Tags: President  Obama,  President  Nixon,  Afghanistan,  Viet  Nam,  similarities,  end  the  war,  Uncle  Jay   
Added: 7th July 2011
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Posted By: Old Fart
Billy West - Chaplin Impersonator Billy West (September 22, 1892 - July 21, 1975) was an actor, producer, and director of the silent film era. He is best known as a terrific Charlie Chaplin impersonator. Born Roy B. Weissburg in Russia, West adopted his professional name some time after emigrating to America. He appeared in many short films, first in Apartment No. 13 in 1912. In 1917 movie theaters couldn't get enough Charlie Chaplin comedies, and an enterprising producer hired West, who had been doing comic pantomimes on the vaudeville stage, to make imitation-Chaplin subjects to meet the demand. West, wearing the identical tramp costume and makeup, copied Chaplin's movements and gestures so accurately that modern audiences often mistake West for the genuine performer. Chaplin himself saw the Billy West company filming on a Hollywood street, and allegedly told West, 'You're a damned good imitator.' Some West comedies were later deceitfully re-released on the home-movie market as 'Charlie Chaplin' pictures. Most of the West comedies of 1917-18 resembled the Chaplin comedies of 1916-17, with Oliver Hardy approximating the villainy of Eric Campbell, and Leatrice Joy in the Edna Purviance ingenue role.
Tags: silent  films  Billy  west  Chaplin  impersonator 
Added: 7th July 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964