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Lets Make A Deal - 1973 This is a full 1973 episode of the syndicated version of the game show Let's Make a Deal. Hosted by "America's top trader, TV's big dealer" Monty Hall, LMAD was fast-paced, goofy and fun. It was quite possibly the first game show to use psychology as its main ploy. Contestants often had to decide whether to keep cash and prizes already accrued or trade them for unknown entities hidden under boxes or behind curtains. The daytime version of LMAD began on NBC in December 1963, moved to ABC in September 1968, and ran until July 1976. In all, more than 3,800 network episodes were produced. Also several syndicated nighttime versions sprang up during Monty Hall's tenure as host and producer. Pretty prize presenter Carol Merrill became famous for her euphonic name. Monty's announcer and assistant Jay Stewart was often involved in presenting "zonks"--worthless gag prizes awarded to contestants who made bad decisions. (As of December 2013, Monty is still with us at age 92. Carol is 73. Sadly, Jay committed suicide in 1989 at age 71.) Check out those 1973 prices and enjoy!
Tags: Lets  Make  a  Deal  1973  episode  game  show 
Added: 18th December 2013
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Posted By: Lava1964
Latrell Sprewell - Outrageous Quote Former NBA player Latrell Sprewell had a special gift: He could alienate just about everyone with his astonishing lack of responsibility. In 1997, as a member of the Golden State Warriors, Sprewell was suspended for 68 games after he attempted to choke his own coach who, during a practice, had asked him to make sharper passes. As bad as that incident was, Sprewell is probably best known for rejecting a three-year, $21-million contract extension in 2004 offered by the Minnesota Timberwolves. The amount actually was a pay reduction compared to the $14.6 million he was making in 2004-05 as a 34-year-old. Insulted by the offer, Sprewell publicly expressed outrage, declaring, "I have a family to feed... If [Minnesota general manager] Glen Taylor wants to see my family fed, he better cough up some money. Otherwise, you're going to see these kids in one of those Sally Struthers commercials soon." Sports Illustrated's Rick Reilly had a field day with Sprewell's assertion that he could not feed his family on such a salary. Reilly pointed out, among other things, that Sprewell could buy 18 McDonald's franchises with his $8.3-million-after-taxes income. After declining the Timberwolves' extension, and, having once more drawn the ire of fans and sports media, Sprewell had the worst season of his career in the final year of his contract. In the summer of 2005, the Denver Nuggets, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Houston Rockets all expressed interest in signing Sprewell, but no agreements were reached. Sprewell later lost custody of his children, had his home and yacht reposessed, and declared personal bankruptcy.
Tags: NBA  Latrell  Sprewell  greed  quote 
Added: 6th May 2013
Views: 1111
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Posted By: Lava1964
Let the Sunshine In - Flintstones From first episode of The Flintstones' sixth season: Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm perform Let the Sunshine In. They aren't bad for infants! The episode is titled No Biz Like Show Biz.
Tags: Let  the  Sunshine  In    Flintstones 
Added: 27th June 2013
Views: 931
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bad Co. All right now
Tags: 70 
Added: 10th August 2013
Views: 772
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Posted By: Marty6697
Gong Show 1977 All-Star Special This clip from a 1977 "all-star special" episode encapsulates what made The Gong Show so much fun: There's a pointless mini-appearance by an old man with a walker, a deliberately bad singing act, and a creative novelty act. Enjoy!
Tags: Gong  Show  1977  All-Star  Special 
Added: 14th December 2013
Views: 997
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Posted By: Lava1964
Buddy Holly Plane Crash This is a photo montage of the plane wreck that killed singers Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson (a.k.a. The Big Bopper) early on February 3, 1959. Pilot Roger Peterson also was killed. The three musicians had performed at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, IA the night before and were headed to Fargo, ND, the closest airport to their next stop on their tour--Moorhead, MN. They decided to leave ahead of the rest of their group because of their dislike of the cold touring bus and to get their laundry done. The ages of the deceased foursome make this tragedy truly sad: Holly was 22, Richardson was 28, Valens was 17, Peterson was 21. Investigators attributed the crash to pilot error (specifically inexperience with the Bonanza aircraft's altitude gauge) combined with bad winter weather. The crash was neither seen nor heard by anyone on the ground. Investigators calculated it occurred about four minutes after takeoff from Mason City's small airport. The charter plane's owner became concerned when Peterson did not report his flight plan after takeoff which he said he would do. The wreckage of the plane was found in a farmer's corn field about nine hours after the crash. All three singers had been thrown from the plane while Peterson's body was trapped in the twisted metal. In a strange and morbid twist, nearly half a century later in 2007 Richardson's body was exhumed to satisfy the curiosity of his son (who hadn't been born at the time of the crash). He had heard wild rumors that his father may have actually survived the crash and had been shot to death! The well preserved corpse of Richardson--with its perfectly cropped flat-top hairstyle--showed that death was instaneous due to countless fractures consistent with an airplane crash victim. Richardson's son spent several minutes "visiting" his father whom he had never known.
Tags: Buddy  Holly  plane  crash  Ritchie  Valens  Big  Bopper 
Added: 27th August 2013
Views: 2544
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Posted By: Lava1964
Kirk Gibson Home Run - 1988 WS Some baseball fans would argue this is the most dramatic moment in MLB history: It's Game #1 of the 1988 World Series. It's the bottom of the ninth inning. The Los Angeles Dodgers trail the favored Oakland A's 4-3. With two out and a runner on first base, an injured Kirk Gibson, hobbled by two bad legs, makes a dramatic pinch-hitting appearance. Vin Scully and Joe Garagiola provide the commentary.
Tags: MLB  Kirk  Gibson  home  run  1988  WS 
Added: 7th October 2013
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Posted By: Lava1964
Sad Final Years of Jerry Quarry Jerry Quarry was an extremely popular heavyweight fighter whose best years unfortunately coincided with the heydays of both Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. Quarry was a two-fisted slugger who possessed suprising mobility in the ring. A fine overall athlete, Quarry was a finalist in ABC's Superstars in 1974. His popularity landed him cameo appearances on TV shows such as Adam-12, I Dream of Jeannie, and Batman. However, Quarry's long career in the ring--he had about 200 amateur bouts and 66 pro fights--took a heavy toll. In 1983, six years after his last fight, Quarry and two other boxers volunteered to take neurological exams for a Sports Illustrated feature on the harmful effects of boxing. Although Quarry seemed perfectly healthy and alert, his test results were shockingly bad. By the mid 1990s, pugilistic dementia, commonly known "being punch drunk" had set in. This sad feature on Quarry was shot in 1995 when he was just 50 years old. He was under the care of his brother because he was unable to take care of himself anymore. Quarry was hospitalized in late December 1998 with pneumonia and died of cardiac arrest on January 3, 1999. He was just 53 years old.
Tags: boxing  Jerry  Quarry  pugilistic  dementia   
Added: 13th November 2013
Views: 775
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Posted By: Lava1964
Badfinger--Come and Get It Paul McCartney presented this song to Apple Recording Band Badfinger to play for the movie The Magic Christian since he was contracted to provide 3 songs for the movie. Badfinger had to play it exactly how he presented it which they did. See previous upload Come and Get It Paul McCartney.
Tags: Badfinger--Come  and  Get  It  Paul  McCartney  The  Beatles    The  Magic  Christian  Apple  Records 
Added: 2nd August 2014
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Posted By: Old Fart
Al Molinaro aka Al on Happy Days Passes Al Molinaro, who played the beloved chef at the drive-in on "Happy Days" ... died in a California hospital on Friday. Molinaro's son confirmed the actor's death Al had very bad gall stones, but Al elected not to have surgery due to his age. He was 96.
Tags: Al  Molinaro  Al  on  Happy  Days  Al  Delvecchio   
Added: 31st October 2015
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Posted By: Old Fart

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