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The Clangers British stop motion animated children's television series. The first episode was broadcast by the BBC on November 16, 1969 and a further twenty-five episodes were made. The twenty sixth episode was broadcast on November 10, 1972 and the final Clangers programme was a four minute election special on October 10, 1974. The programme featured a number of small creatures living in peace and harmony on - and in - a small, hollow planet far far away, nourished by Blue String Pudding, and Green Soup harvested from the planet's volcanic soup wells by the Soup Dragon. The Clangers looked similar to mice and anteaters, though they were pink, wore clothes, and spoke in whistles. These whistles (performed on swanee whistles)followed the rhythm and intonation of a script in the English language, including swear-words!
Tags: childrens  animated  TV  BBC 
Added: 11th July 2007
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Posted By: Bamber
James Bonds Ms Moneypenny Lois Maxwell, who became so well-known for her performances as Ms Moneypenny in the James Bond films, has died. The Canadian-born actress starred alongside Sean Connery in the first James Bond movie, "Dr. No," in 1962 as the secretary to M, the head of the secret service.- but there's much more to her acting career than that. She started out against her parents will - and without their knowledge in a Canadian childrens radio program - credited as 'Robin Wells'. Before the age of 15 she left for England with The Canadian Army's Entertainment Corps and managed (after her age had been discovered) to get herself enrolled in The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where she met and became friends with Roger Moore. Her movie career started with a Warner production A Matter of Life and Death (1946). After having won The Most Promising Newcomer Golden Globe Award in 1947 she went on to participate in 6 Hollywood productions before she decided to try her luck in Italy. She had to leave for England because of her husband's illness, and since then she has had roles in a number of movies besides the first 14 Bond movies. In 1989 she retired. She died Saturday night at Fremantle Hospital near her home in Perth, Australia. Bond star, Roger Moore said she was suffering from cancer. She was 80.
Tags: lois  maxwell  ms  moneypenny  james  bond  films 
Added: 30th September 2007
Views: 2700
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Posted By: Naomi
Then and Now   Dawn Wells Happy 69th Birthday Dawn Wells of Gilligans Island. How DOES she do it??
Tags: dawn  wells  maryann  gilligans  island 
Added: 18th October 2007
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Posted By: Sophia
Old Movie House i just ran across this pic and loved it! the old movie house . . and playing was TWO GIRLS AND A SAILOR with Van Johnson and June Allyson and also BLACK MAGIC starring Orson Wells . .
Tags: photo  movie  theatre   
Added: 19th November 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
Nat King Cole Sings The Christmas Song This song was written in 1944 by Mel Tormé and Bob Wells. The Nat King Cole Trio first recorded it in 1946. At Cole's request, and over the objections of his label, Capitol Records, a second recording was made the same year using a small string section, this version became a huge hit on both the pop and R&B charts. Cole re-recorded the song in 1953 and again in 1961, using the same arrangement with a full orchestra. Mel Tormé himself eventually recorded his own version in 1965. However, the 1961 recording by Cole is generally regarded as definitive and continues to receive considerable radio airplay each holiday season. Cole's version was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1974.
Tags: the  christmas  song  nat  king  cole  mel  torme 
Added: 2nd December 2007
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Posted By: Babs64
War Of The Worlds Jeff Wayne This was the first ever album I bought and remember having my socks blown off. Jeff Wayne; of the Moody Blues; adapted the H G Wells story into a concept musical from which the hit single Forever Autumn came. This part is known as The Eve Of The War and the narration is by Richard Burton. This clip is taken from a live performance, which I had the pleasure of seeing when it was in Glasgow.
Tags: Jeff  Wayne  Richard  Burton  War  Of  The  Worlds   
Added: 23rd February 2008
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Posted By: donmac101
Bob Barker Final Price is Right Legendary Bob Barker ended his 51-year television career in June 2007 with this episode of The Price Is Right. This is the last two minutes of the show. There were no tearful farewells from Bob, just a simple thank-you to his loyal viewers.
Tags: Bob  Barker  Price  Is  Right 
Added: 5th May 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Look Homeward Angel Does anyone else remember this wonderful song? I loved all these tearjerkers...still do. The Monarchs were a very popular local group that traveled extensively to promote their records. They appeared on the Alan Freed TV show and appeared in concert with national groups such as The Beach Boys, The Four Seasons, Glen Campbell and Del Shannon to name a few. The group members were Leon Middleton, Dusty Miller, Ernie Donnell, Butch Snider, Mike Gibson, Jim Wells, Louie Lange and Bob Lange. "Look Homeward Angel" was released in January 1964 on the Soundstage 7 label.
Tags: look  homeward  angel  the  monarchs   
Added: 6th April 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
MT Graves Entertained US Kids in Miami As videoholic showed us, nothing quite compares to those local television shows. In Miami in the 50's and 60's we had Charlie Baxter, a newscaster, who had fun playing ghoulish 'MT Graves' down in his dungeon every Saturday afternoon on WCKT Channel 7. The program began with the cell door rising up to the sounds of screeching and squeaking and a loud clank. In the background, eerie music played, and human screaming and shrieking could be heard. M.T. climbed out of the coffin to greet his viewers at the beginning of each program, and climbed back into it at the end, saying his greetings and farewells to his fans. My dad, who did painting for several TV stations back then, took me with him one Saturday and I got to sit in the audience. What a thrill that was! It just goes to show that it doesn't take much to entertain a kid.
Tags: local  programming  mt  graves  charlie  baxter  wckt  channel  7  miami   
Added: 29th May 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Honky Tonk Angels here is some real country music.
Tags: Kitty  wells 
Added: 22nd April 2008
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Posted By: roseanns1

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