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1935 Chinese Bayer Aspirin Ad that aspirin looks enormous!
Tags: ad  chinese  bayer  aspirin 
Added: 12th July 2007
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Posted By: sneakysnake
             The Wizard of Oz August 15, 1939, The Wizard of Oz premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood CA
Tags: wizard  of  oz  judy  garland  entertainment  musicals 
Added: 15th August 2007
Views: 2052
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Posted By: Naomi
Lenny Bruce on Steve Allen 1 Not his best (censorship) but he opened the door for future comics to speak their mind.Glue trivia A famous actor was having Chinese food and put hot mustard on the food and said they should put this in glue.Hence oil of mustard is in glue now to prevent it from being sniffed.
Tags: Lenny  Bruce  on  Steve  Allen 
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 2257
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Posted By: tommy7
Philip Bailey and Phil Collins  Easy Lover Released In 1985 This Is A Classic Duet Featuring Philip Bailey Of "Earth Wind & Fire & Phil Collins Of "Genesis". The Track Was Recorded For & Appeared On Bailey's Solo Album "Chinese Wall" Which Was Produced By The Latter (Phil Collins).
Tags: Philip  Bailey  Phil  Collins    Easy  Lover 
Added: 12th June 2008
Views: 1432
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Posted By: rickfmdj
Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell at Graumans Here's a montage of clips and photos from June 26, 1953 when both Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell had their handprints and footprints preserved in the cement outside Grauman's Chinese Theater.
Tags: Marilyn  Monroe  Jane  Russell 
Added: 21st November 2008
Views: 1840
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Posted By: Lava1964
Monkey Magic One of those Tv shows we wished we'd never watched but we did.
Tags: Monkey  Magic  Japanese  Do  Chinese  Fables 
Added: 23rd November 2008
Views: 1570
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Posted By: donmac101
Australian PM Vanishes - 1967 Harold Holt, the 58-year-old prime minister of Australia, who had been in office only 22 months, vanished while swimmiming in the ocean late in 1967. On the morning of Sunday, December 17, Holt together with friends Christopher Anderson, Jan Lee and George Illson and his two bodyguards, drove down from Melbourne to see the British yachtsman Alec Rose sail through Port Phillip Heads in his boat Lively Lady to complete a leg of his solo circumnavigation of the globe, which started and ended in England. Around noon, the party drove to one of Holt's favorite swimming and snorkelling spots, Cheviot Beach on Point Nepean near Portsea, on the eastern arm of Port Phillip Bay. Holt decided to go swimming, although the surf was heavy and Cheviot Beach was notorious for its strong currents and dangerous rip tides. Ignoring his friends' pleas not to go in, Holt began swimming, but soon disappeared from view. Fearing the worst, his friends raised the alarm. Within a short time, the beach and the water off shore were being searched by a large contingent of police, Royal Australian Navy divers, Royal Australian Air Force helicopters, Army personnel from nearby Point Nepean and local volunteers. This quickly escalated into one of the largest search operations in Australian history, but no trace of Holt was ever found. Two days later, the government made an official announcement that Holt was presumed dead. Deputy Prime Minister John McEwen was sworn in as caretaker Prime Minister until such time as the governing Liberal party could elect a new leader. There were many rumors surrounding Holt's strange death, including claims that he had committed suicide or faked his own death in order to run away with his mistress. The mystery became the subject of numerous urban myths in Australia, including persistent claims that he was kidnapped (or rescued) by a Chinese submarine, or the far-fetched claim that he had been abducted by a UFO.
Tags: Australia  Harold  Holt  PM  vanishes 
Added: 6th February 2014
Views: 1173
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Posted By: Lava1964
Funny Face Drink Mix ad with the ORIGINAL characters Here is one of the first Funny Face Drink Mix commercials with the now un-PC Injun Orange and Chinese Cherry among the gang.
Tags: Pillsbury    FunnyFace    KoolAid    drink    orange    cherry     
Added: 28th August 2009
Views: 2562
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Posted By: Laura
Attack of the Tongue -A Chinese Ghost Story This has to be one of the most bizarre movie scenes I've ever seen!
Tags: Attack  of  the  Tongue  -A  Chinese  Ghost  Story 
Added: 12th September 2009
Views: 1837
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Posted By: Steve
College Football Hoax 1941 In the autumn of 1941 many football fans began following the exploits of Plainfield (NJ) Teachers College. Too bad the school and its football team didn't really exist. It was an elaborate hoax that fooled hundreds of newspapers--even the New York Times' sports department--and thousands of college football fans. Stockbroker Morris Newburger and radio announcer Alexander (Bink) Dannenbaum concocted the idea of a mythical college football team. Using the name 'Jerry Croyden,' Newburger telephoned the New York City newspapers while Dannenbaum phoned the Philadelphia papers with fantastic stories of Plainfield's lopsided victories over nonexistent schools. With the newspapers printing Plainfield's scores week after week without question, Newburger and Dannenbaum got bolder. They began writing creative press releases about the new football powerhouse. One release praised Plainfield's star runningback, a 'full-blooded Chinese-American' sophomore named Johnny (The Celestial Comet) Chung. Chung's amazing abilities on the gridiron were credited to the handfuls of wild rice he ate during huddles. The Teachers' offense operated out of an innovative 'W' formation in which all the linemen but the center faced backwards. Colorful Hopalong Hobelitz was named as Plainfield's coach. Six weeks of spectacular Plainfield victories raised speculation that the team might secure a bid to a coveted bowl game. Curious journalist Red Smith of the Philadelphia Record journeyed to Plainfield to find the college. Of course, there wasn't one. Their fraud exposed, Newburger and Dannenbaum confessed--but only after Jerry Croyden issued one final bogus press release. It announced Plainfield was forfeiting its remaining games because Chung and several other players were declared academically ineligible after flunking their exams.
Tags: Plainfield  Teachers  College  football  hoax 
Added: 12th November 2009
Views: 3661
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Posted By: Lava1964

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