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Suzanne Crough Today This is a contemporary photo of Suzanne Crough, who played the youngest Partridge Family member, Tracy. She now manages a shoe store in Reno, NV.
Tags: Suzanne  Crough  Partridge  Family 
Added: 13th June 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Raspberries  Go All The Way Raspberries perform Go All The Way on Mick Douglas Show *Listen for the bad vocals" - w/short interview and Billie Jean King Joe Namath at end. Released in July, 1972. It was written by band leader Eric Carmen, who also provided lead vocals, and co-written by Wally Bryson. The song reached the Top 5 on all three U.S. charts, peaking at #5 on Billboard.
Tags: Raspberries    Go  All  The  Way 
Added: 29th March 2009
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Posted By: rickfmdj
Lawless - One Episode Show Ex-football player Brian Bosworth starred in the FOX series Lawless--which didn't last beyond its premiere episode on Friday, March 21, 1997. The series centered around John Lawless, an ex-special forces operative who became a motorcycle-riding private investigator in Miami's South Beach. Here's a brief promo.
Tags: Lawless  Brian  Bosworth  FOX 
Added: 6th February 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Babe Ruth Cameo in Speedy The 1928 silent comedy, Speedy, starring Harold Lloyd has an extended cameo appearance by Babe Ruth. In this scene Lloyd plays a baseball-loving cab driver who picks up Ruth as his first fare. If you look very, very quickly at 3:43 you can spot Lou Gehrig walking past Lloyd's taxi!
Tags: Babe  Ruth  Speedy  Harold  Lloyd 
Added: 27th January 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Walt Disneys Song of the South  1946 Disney's first live-action movie mixed in animated scenes to tell the stories of kindly ol Uncle Remus, including the tales of Brer Rabbit, Brer Bear and the Tar Baby. The movie, which had faced accusations that it promoted racial stereotypes and the idea of the slave-slavemaster relationship in a positive light, won a 1947 Best Song Oscar for the song on this clip, Zip a Dee Doo Dah, and was a major cultural force in its day. But it's been on the shelves for half a century and has never been released on home video in the U.S. because of Disney's concerns that depictions in the film viewed in today's world, might not be viewed as kindly or as politically correct. However the studio is currently mulling over the idea of DVD release as soon as 2008. In my opinion, this is a film that made millions of children happy. It was adults who put an end to that. I hope you'll enjoy this with the same sentiments as in which it was posted.
Tags: walt  disney  song  of  the  south  musical  animation 
Added: 13th August 2007
Views: 3839
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Posted By: Naomi
Topper Toys  1964 Johnny Seven One Man Army A vintage Topper Toys Johnny Seven One Man Army produced in 1964. The top selling toy of 1964! It was called the One Man Army because the gun has 7 functions. A complete one in the box commands top dollar! The gun was released during the Vietnam War and I guess they were getting Johnny ready for WAR. During this era, many televisions shows had a war theme, such as Combat and others. Topper Toys was a divsion of Deluxe Reading Corporation who only sold toys on the top shelves of grocery stores and drug stores (out of the reach of our grubby little hands) while Topper Toys sold there line in toy stores. I remember bugging the heck out of my parents to get me those toys and most cost a weeks salary. They don't make em like this any more!!!! It would be a Politically Incorrect! Where's OSAMA???
Tags: classic  nostalgia  Deluxe  Topper  Guns  Toys 
Added: 14th August 2007
Views: 4960
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Posted By: dezurtdude
Holy Cow  Phil Rizzuto  passes today at 86 Phil Rizzuto, the Hall of Fame shortstop during the Yankees' dynasty years and beloved by a generation of fans who delighted in hearing him exclaim "Holy cow!" as a broadcaster, died Tuesday. He was 89.
Tags: Phil  Rizzuto,  passes  today  at  86 
Added: 14th August 2007
Views: 2116
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Posted By: Old Fart
Mr. Machine by Ideal Toy Corporation 1962 An Ideal Classic that was so popular that Ideal adopted Mr. Machine as their official logo! This toy was designed by Marvin Glass a freelance toy designer and he fashioned Mr. Machine after a henpecked husband. He squawks as he walks. You could take Mr. Machine apart and even though they say it was desinged for a 5 year to do, many a Mr. Machine laid in pieces only to be tossed out by parents who couldn't figure out how to put him back together either. I repair and take apart old toys to clean them and I had one heck of a some fun putting him back together-NOT! LOL. There were two variations of Mr. Machine that came out in the 70s and one in the 80s, but nothing compares to the original Mr. Machine!!!! His orginal box is shown too!
Tags: Ideal  Toys  Old  60s  Classic 
Added: 14th August 2007
Views: 4822
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Posted By: dezurtdude
1969 Spiegel Catalog Womens Fashions   These were the first generation of women's "pant suits." And they were scandalous if worn to the workplace as most companies had rules prohibiting women from wearing pants at work. TRIVIA: The brunette model is Veronica Hamel who went on to play Joyce Davenport on "HILL STREET BLUES" . .
Tags: spiegal  catalog  womens  fashion  veronica  hamel 
Added: 15th August 2007
Views: 4895
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Posted By: Sissy
         Our Miss Brooks  Opening October 3,1952 to May 11,1956. The trials and tribulations of Connie Brooks, the wisecracking English teacher at Madison High School. Stories revolved around her romantic misadventures as she struggled to impress fellow teacher Philip Boynton (Robert Rockwell and played on the radio show by Jeff Chandler), the biology instructor; and her continual clash with crusty, blustery Osgood P. Conklin (Gale Gordon), the principal. Connie rented a room from kindly old Mrs. Davis and rode to school each morning with one of her students, the dimwitted Walter Denton (Richard Crenna). This was a great show. My daughter, who collects old radio shows, has an entire set of these and they had me in stitches every night!
Tags: our  miss  brooks  eve  arden  comedy  television 
Added: 16th August 2007
Views: 3187
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Posted By: Naomi

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