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Flintstones Happy Anniversary Song This is a tune that will stick in your head forever. It's from The Flintstones episode The Hot Piano featuring piano thief Eighty-Eight Fingers Louie.
Tags: Flintsones  anniversary  song 
Added: 20th January 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
IT TAKES A THIEF Opening Titles Tags: IT  TAKES  A  THIEF  Opening  Titles  Robert  Wagner  ABC  TV  1970s  70s  Classic  TV 
Added: 31st July 2008
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Posted By: Cliffy
Thief Of Bagdad 1924 Before the advent of computerized special effects, Hollywood had to be more creative. Check out this 'flying carpet' clip from The Thief of Bagdad (1924) starring Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.
Tags: Thief  of  Bagdad  flying  carpet 
Added: 4th August 2008
Views: 1388
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Posted By: Lava1964
Thief Of Hearts- Melissa Manchester Does anyone remember this besides me?
Tags: Thief  Of  Hearts-  Melissa  Manchester  music  video  1984  80s  soundtrack  Steven  Bauer,  Barbara  Williams,  George  Wendt,  and  David  Carusso 
Added: 28th April 2009
Views: 1663
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Posted By: Laura
South of Sunset - Forgotten Detective Show South of Sunset was a CBS detective show that lasted just one episode. Despite being heavily promoted by the network during its 1993 World Series coverage, South of Sunset was axed after its pilot aired on October 27, 1993. Some west coast affiliates never aired the show, preferring to stick with news coverage of the Malibu wildfires. South of Sunset drew an anemic 6.1 rating, believed to be the worst showing ever for a major network show's fall premiere. The detective show stared rocker Glen Frey as Los Angeles private eye Cody McMahon who partnered with and ex-thief named Ziggy Duane. Here's the opening of the only episode that ever aired on CBS.
Tags: South  of  Sunset  detective  show  Glen  Frey 
Added: 6th February 2014
Views: 833
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Posted By: Lava1964
Lost Chaplin Film Discovered For years film historians were puzzled by Charlie Chaplin's claim that he'd had a bit part as a Keystone Cop early in his one-year stint at that famous studio in 1914. Despite the best efforts of silent screen buffs, Chaplin's claim could not be verified until 2010 when a print of A Thief Catcher surfaced in Taylor, Michigan. Film historian Paul Gierucki found the film by chance: The movie buff happened to be browsing in an antiques shop when he found the 16-millimeter reel hidden inside a chest. Originally thinking it was an unimportant Keystone comedy, Gierucki let the flick sit on a shelf in his home for months before deciding to view it. Partway through the film, two Keystone Cops make an appearance. The build, mannerisms and facial features of the smaller cop were undoubtedly Chaplin's. Chaplin's film career has been well chronicled by experts, so his surprise appearance in A Thief Catcher stunned Gierucki. He quickly shared his remarkable find with other silent film fans. Their research confirmed the one-reel comedy had been filmed in January 1914 and released the following month. Like many early silent films, it was believed to have been lost forever. A Thief Catcher was screened at a film festival in Arlington, Virginia in June 2010--presumably its first public showing in 96 years. (This is a frame of the film.) It is now rightfully included among Chaplin's filmography.
Tags: A  Thief  Catcher  Chaplin  Keystone  Cop  lost  film 
Added: 28th November 2010
Views: 1614
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Posted By: Lava1964
Dog Finds Stolen World Cup Trophy - 1966 In 1966 England hosted the quadrennial World Cup soccer finals. On March 20, a few months before the tournament began, the Jules Rimet Trophy (a.k.a. the World Cup) was stolen while being exhibited at Westminster Central Hall. Interestingly, the culprits ignored a priceless array of rare stamps to steal the far-less-valuable trophy. Police quickly received a 15,000 ransom demand. However, when they arrested the culprit, he turned out to be a hoaxer. The trophy was, however, found just seven days later wrapped in newspaper at the bottom of a suburban garden hedge in South London. The finder was a collie dog named Pickles who sniffed out the World Cup while taking a walk with his owner David Corbett. When England won the trophy, Pickles was invited to the celebration banquet and was allowed to lick his owner's bowl. His owner collected a 6,000 reward. The thief was never caught.
Tags: dog  World  Cup  soccer  Pickles 
Added: 1st September 2011
Views: 1849
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Posted By: Lava1964

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