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Daktari The television series 1966 till 1969 on CBS. Featuring Clarence the Lion
Tags: Yup!  Thanks  Cliffy 
Added: 20th April 2009
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Posted By: Marty6697
Final NBC Huntley-Brinkley Newscast On July 31, 1970, NBC Nightly News aired the final broadcast featuring co-anchors Chet Huntley and David Brinkley. Here are the last three minutes.
Tags: Chey  Huntley  David  Brinkley  NBC  News 
Added: 27th April 2009
Views: 2275
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Posted By: Lava1964
Can You Spot Patrick Swayze in this Burger King Ad A 1978 commercial featuring the happiest Burger King restaurant in the world. Look for a very brief appearance by Patrick Swazye towards the end of the ad.
Tags: burger    king    TV    commercial    televison    1970s    1978    fast    food    hamburger    restaurant    advertising    Patrick    Swazye     
Added: 29th April 2009
Views: 3652
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Posted By: Cliffy
1970s Rit Dye ad Featuring Cheryl Tiegs and Tie Dyed Grooviness Tags: cheryl  tiegs      simplicity  patterns      rit  dye 
Added: 30th April 2009
Views: 1511
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Posted By: Teresa
Kentucky Fried Chicken TV ad 1977 a vintage 1977 commercial for Colonel Sanders' Kentucky Fried Chicken, featuring the jingle "I like my chicken finger-lickin' good!"
Tags: kentucky  fried  chicken  kfc  1970s  1977  commercial  food  fast  advertising  restaurant  Colonel  Sanders   
Added: 1st June 2009
Views: 2432
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Posted By: robatsea
Pete Rose Jockey Underwear Ad 1977 Egad! This ad for Jockey underwear featuring baseball star Pete Rose appeared in Playboy magazine in 1977.
Tags: Pete  Rose  underwear  ad 
Added: 10th June 2009
Views: 13904
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Posted By: Lava1964
1941 TV trailer while there was unfortunate static in the source tape here is the television trailer for Steven Spielberg's 1979 comedy "1941", a $30 million all-star affair released in December to mostly terrible reviews and lackluster box-office. In the years since it has picked up a number of admirers for its crazy energy, and the film was rightly Oscar-nominated for its special effects work (featuring exceptional miniature work, long before the days of CGI).
Tags: 1941  trailer  movie  television  preview  TV  Steven  Spielberg  John  Belushi  Dan  Aykroyd  Toshiro  Mifune  Tim  Matheson  Ned  Beatty  Murray  Hamilton  Christopher  Lee  1970s  1979  world  war  2 
Added: 22nd July 2009
Views: 1552
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Posted By: robatsea
New York New York - Happy Endings New York, New York is a musical-drama film directed by Martin Scorsese, released in 1977. It is a musical tribute, featuring new songs by John Kander and Fred Ebb as well as standards, to Scorsese's home town of New York City, and stars Robert De Niro and Liza Minnelli as a pair of musicians and lovers. (from wikipedia.org)
Tags: liza  minnelli  robert  de  niro  new  york  happy  endings 
Added: 29th July 2009
Views: 859
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Posted By: chrissiek
The Flintstones Winston Cigarettes Direct from the Mad Men era comes this commercial featuring Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble pitching Winston Cigarettes in this early 1960s ad.
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Added: 14th December 2014
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Posted By: WestVirginiaRebel
Iroquois Theater Fire 1903 The deadliest fire in American history occurred on December 30, 1903 at Chicago's sparkling new Iroquois Theater. The death toll was staggering: 602. The theater had only been open for 37 days and was ironically advertised as fireproof. A huge crowd of mostly women and children were present for a Wednesday matinee performance of a gala show starring Eddie Foy and featuring a cast of more than 500 extras. The fire began when a spotlight shorted out and ignited the ceiling decorations. Most of the cast managed to escape through a large rear door. However, when that door opened, the new cold oxygen source created a fireball that ripped through the rest of the theater. Many people died because they were unfamiliar with the newfangled lock mechanisms on the theater's doors. Other escape routes were blocked to prevent patrons from sneaking down to more expensive seats. An investigation later showed that fire officials had been bribed to overlook safety concerns so the theater could open for business in time for the lucrative winter holidays. The only person convicted of a crime was a lone man who was found guilty of stealing posessions from the dead.
Tags: Iroquois  Theater  fire  Chicago 
Added: 29th September 2009
Views: 1773
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Posted By: Lava1964

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