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The New Odd Couple - 1982 Sitcom Flop In 1982 ABC tried to resurrect The Odd Couple. It had run on that network from 1970 to 1975 with the familiar and popular duo of Jack Klugman and Tony Randall. This time ABC tried it with a black twosome in the leading roles: Demond Wilson (who starred on Sanford and Son from 1972 to 1977) played sloppy sportswriter Oscar Madison. Ron Glass (who starred on Barney Miller from 1975 to 1982) played fussy fashion photographer Felix Unger. While the show was billed as the "new" version of The Odd Couple, seven of the series' first 13 scripts were merely recycled versions of the 1970s episodes. Viewers didn't like the the show at all: The New Odd Couple lasted just 16 episodes before being yanked off the air.
Tags: TV  New  Odd  Couple  flop  sitcom  rehash 
Added: 21st August 2011
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1963 Guns and Fashions Fashions from the May 1963 issue of Seventeen magazine features guns and death. These are Lee jeans to die for. Wild Sixties colors that zing and swing. Colors, the copy tells us, loaded with enough yippie to bring the sheriff out shooting. Lock up the horses? Huh? LOL We have not seen jeans like these since!
Tags: 1963  Teen  Fashions  SeventeenMagazine  jeans  Sixties     
Added: 25th August 2011
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1963 Shoe Makeup From the August 1963 Seventeen magazine. Create your own plaid shoes. Sixties teens were inventive!
Tags: 1963  teens  fashions  SeventeenMagazine  fashion  Sixties  shoes 
Added: 25th August 2011
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Hedy Lamar - Brains and Beauty Hedy Lamar combined brains and beauty. Her flight to America would make an excellent movie! Hedy was born in Austria in 1916. At age 17 - in the 1933 Czech film Ecstasy - she appeared in a steamy love scene, and swam nude in a 10 minute onscreen sequence. Ecstasy was banned in America for being indecent. At 19, her parents gave her into an arranged marriage with an Austrian arms dealer. She attended hundreds of parties as his trophy wife, mingling many times with Hitler and Mussolini, and lived in the Salzberg castle where The Sound of Music was later filmed. Hedy's husband was a control freak, and she fled him in dramatic fashions. In her first attempt, with her husband chasing her, she hid in a brothel. In desperation, with her husband stalking the halls of the brothel, she actually serviced a customer during her attempt to hide. In a later, successful escape, Hedy hired a maid who looked like her. She drugged the maid, donned her uniform, exited by the service entrance, and made her way to London. In some versions of this story, she escaped during a party, taking most of her jewels with her. Hedy later boarded a ship for America, and Louis B. Mayer signed her to a studio contract while en route to America, and still aboard ship. She must have been brilliant. While in America, Hedy co-invented a system of switching frequencies which is still used by the U.S. military to control some missiles. It's principles are also used in wireless internet technology, and in many cellphones. She got the idea while playing piano duets with her co-inventor: composer George Antheil. She would follow Antheil on the piano as he - switching from key to key and rhythm to rhythm - attempted both to throw her off, and to create interesting interplay.
Tags: actress  Hedy  Lamar 
Added: 25th August 2011
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1964 Summer at Seventeen Popular Sixties fashion model Colleen Corby graces the cover of the July issue of Seventeen magazine. From Shakespeare to pancakes, 1960's teens could be inspired by anything to throw a party!
Tags: 1964  teens  fashions  parties  SeventeenMagazine  ColleenCorby  summer   
Added: 1st September 2011
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1963 Fashionable Ford Falcons Found in the August 1963 Seventeen magazine. Wow. I think these days are over. :-(
Tags: 1963  Ford  Falcon  cars  fashions  SeventeenMagazine   
Added: 1st September 2011
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1965 Face powder and gunpowder In the Sixties there were a series of fashion ads for teenage girls where guns were part of the ads. I guess they were hoping the association would add an extra pow to their product?
Tags: 1965  fashion  teens  makeup  SeventeenMagazine  guns  BeautyAds 
Added: 1st September 2011
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1964 No More Dial Phones Found in the February 1964 Seventeen magazine is a look at the Worlds Fair in NYC and the NEW telephones which are now push button instead of dial. There's even talk of new speaker phone telephones!
Tags: 1964  SeventeenMagazine  fashions  teens  WorldsFair    touchtone  telephones 
Added: 4th September 2011
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1968 Planters Peanut Fashions These nutty fashions were sold in 1968 at Macys, Bloomingdales and elsewhere. There's nothing so charming as having your favorite snack food logo sprinkled all over your togs. Who knew that Mr. Peanut was such a party animal, according to the ad.
Tags: 1968  Planters  Peanuts  snacks  teens  fashions  SeventeenMagazine  ColleenCorby 
Added: 17th September 2011
Views: 2995
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1965 Candice Bergen Who knew Candice Bergen's award-laden career had it's humble beginnings in teen fashion magazines? Here is teenager Candice in the July 1965 Seventeen magazine, 23-years before becoming television's famed Murphy Brown.
Tags: 1965  SeventeenMagazine  CandiceBergen  teens  fashions  1960s 
Added: 3rd October 2011
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