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Early MASH opening sequence The opening sequence from MASH. It's hard to tell which season this is from, but it had to be one of the first three because Wayne Rogers and McLean Stevenson are listed as cast members. MASH was truly a groundbreaking show. It could not be easily defined as comedy or drama, but it was often compelling. It garnered 99 Emmy nominations in its 11-year run. The final episode remains the highest-rated show in American TV history.
Tags: MASH  opening 
Added: 3rd October 2007
Views: 7838
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Posted By: Lava1964
Truth or Consequences 1966 A short clip showing the introduction of a 1966 episode of Truth or Consequences. A youthful Bob Barker is the host.
Tags: Truth  or  Consequences  Bob  Barker 
Added: 8th October 2007
Views: 1878
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Posted By: Lava1964
Worlds Costliest  Ad     After 606 Takes And you thought those people that set up a room full of dominos to knock over were amazing... believe it or not, just unbelievable!! When the ad was pitched to senior executives, they signed off on it immediately without any hesitation, including the costs. There are six, and only six, hand-made Honda Accords in the world. To the horror of Honda engineers, the filmmakers disassembled two of them to make this film. There are no computer graphics or digital tricks in the film. Everything you see really happened in real time, exactly as you see it. The film took 606 takes. On the first 605 takes, something, usually very minor, didn't work. They would then have to set the whole thing up again. The crew spent weeks shooting night and day. The film cost six million dollars and took three months to complete including full engineering of the sequence. In addition, it is two minutes long so every time Honda airs the film on British television, they're shelling out enough dough to keep any one of us in clover for a lifetime. Everything you see in the film (aside from the walls, floor, ramp and complete Honda Accord) are parts from those two cars. And how about those funky windshield wipers...?? At a cost of $6.2 million for 90-sec commercial, this is the world's costliest ad and hands down winner in the world of ads.
Tags: honda  accord  advertising  campaigns 
Added: 19th October 2007
Views: 88852
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Posted By: Naomi
Roll Out - 1973 Sitcom Flop In an attempt to duplicate the magic of MASH, CBS introduced another military-themed sitcom in October 1973: Roll Out! Set in the Second World War, Roll Out! depicted army life among the predominantly black 5050th Supply Outfit stationed in liberated France. The show was designed to examine race relations against the background of a military setting. The public was utterly uninterested. Slotted against The Odd Couple on Friday nights, Roll Out! failed badly in the ratings. Only 12 half-hour episodes were created before the show was yanked off the air early in January 1974. Here's the opening sequence.
Tags: Roll  Out  CBS  sitcom  military  black 
Added: 1st February 2014
Views: 1110
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Posted By: Lava1964
Man Catches Bullet Between His Teeth This clip is an excerpt from an old 50's TV program called 'You Asked For It', a popular human-interest show that originally aired on TV between 1950-59. On the show, viewers were asked to send in postcards describing something that they wanted to see on television, such as the reenactment of William Tell shooting an apple off his son's head. (1950 US National Archery Champion Stan Overby performed the feat, shooting an apple off his assistant's head.) Short film clips were also presented, with the selections based upon viewer requests. As a consequence, many of the clips were presented multiple times. Some of the more popular clips included a tour of the bizarre Winchester Mystery House and the collapse of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. The program was named 'The Art Baker Show', after the series creator and host. In April 1951, the show's title was changed to 'You Asked For It'. Originally airing on the cash-strapped DuMont Network from December 1950 to December 1951, it moved to ABC, where it remained until the end of its original run in September 1959. The show was sponsored by Skippy peanut butter and Studebaker Automobiles. I remember watching this series as a kid, but if I'd seen this show it would have definitely stood out in my memory! No way did this man perform this 'feat', but it sure must have left kids wondering back then..he probably had the bullet already in his mouth and the officer was shooting blanks...duh..I mean..shooting a real bullet almost point blank into a man's face on live tv is going to be messy, to say the least..
Tags: you  asked  for  it  art  baker  dumont  network  abc 
Added: 5th January 2008
Views: 4988
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Posted By: Naomi
Truth or Consequences Bob Barker's early years 1966
Tags: This  came  on  before  the  Brady  Bunch  7:00  Pm  I  think  Nanny  and  the  Professor  came  on  next  Lol! 
Added: 13th May 2008
Views: 979
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Posted By: Marty6697
Lucy Show Opening 1962 The opening title sequence from the first season of The Lucy Show (1962).
Tags: Lucy  Show 
Added: 8th June 2008
Views: 868
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Posted By: Lava1964
Wild Wild West Unused Pilot Open This is the opening sequence for the unused pilot of The Wild Wild West. At the time, it was simply known as The Wild West.
Tags: Wild  Wild  West  Robert  Conrad  James  Gregory  1960s  CBS  Opening  Credits  Sequence  Title 
Added: 11th June 2008
Views: 1228
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Posted By: BadWX
Bob Barker Promotes Belair Cigarettes Bob Barker, as host of Truth Or Consequences, does a live commercial for Belair Cigarettes.
Tags: Bob  Barker  cigarettes 
Added: 15th September 2008
Views: 1481
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Posted By: Lava1964
Charlie Chaplin Lita Grey Marriage 1924 Lita Grey, born in 1908, became Charlie Chaplin's second wife in 1924. Charlie was born in 1889. Do the math. She was 16 while Charlie was 35. Lita was pregnant at the time and the couple married in Mexico to avoid a scandal. (Chaplin could have been charged with statutory rape in California.) Grey had made Chaplin's acquaintance when she played a dancer in a dream sequence in The Kid (1921) when she was 13. The two had virtually nothing in common and divorced in 1927. Chaplin was ordered to pay a financial settlement of $600,000 plus another $100,000 in trust for each of the two children the marriage produced. It was a record divorce settlement at the time.
Tags: Charlie  Chaplin  Lita  Grey  marriage 
Added: 22nd August 2008
Views: 4744
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Posted By: Lava1964

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