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LHOP - The Talking Machine Last Four Minutes Here is the final four minutes of one of my favorite episodes of Little House on the Prairie. Titled "The Talking Machine," it's from 1976. Here's the plot: Mean Nellie Oleson and Laura are both smitten with older classmate Jason, a science buff. Nellie acquires a Thomas Edison-style talking machine. One day she tricks Laura into talking about how she feels about Jason. All the while the talking machine is recording Laura's voice. Nellie "demonstrates" the machine in front of the class by playing Laura's conversation. Laura is humiliated and runs off. The next day she reluctantly returns to school unsure of how Jason will react to her. Here's the feel-good climax.
Tags: LHOP  The  Talking  Machine 
Added: 9th November 2012
Views: 634
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Posted By: Lava1964
Major Harris Passes at age 65 Major Harris, a former member of the ‘‘Philadelphia sound’’ soul group the Delfonics and singer of the 1975 hit ‘‘Love Won’t Let Me Wait,’’ has died in Richmond. He was 65. His sister, Catherine Thomas, told The Associated Press that Harris passed away Friday morning from congestive heart and lung failure after being rushed to a hospital. The Richmond native was born Feb. 9, 1947, and grew up in a musical family. His father was a guitarist and his mother led the church choir, Thomas said.
Tags: Delfonics  Major  Harris  Philadelphia  sound  Love  Won’t  Let  Me  Wait  congestive  heart  and  lung  failure       
Added: 9th November 2012
Views: 782
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Posted By: Music Maiden
LHOP - Centennial Finale Here's another favorite clip from Little House on the Prairie. It's the final six minutes of an episode titled Centennial. Here's the plot: As America's centennial approaches in 1876, few adults in Walnut Grove are in the mood to celebrate. They have just been informed of a tax hike made necessary to build an improved road system. Furthermore, newly arrived immigrants from Tsarist Russia, Yuli Pyatakoff and his family, are being evicted from their farm because they cannot pay the back taxes accrued by the previous owner. Everyone is grumpy about taxes and the government--until Yuli tells them how good they've got it.
Tags: LHOP  Centennial  episode 
Added: 10th November 2012
Views: 543
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Posted By: Lava1964
Liberace Wladziu Valentino Liberace lived from May 16, 1919 – February 4, 1987. During the 1950s–1970s he was the highest-paid entertainer in the world. Liberace publicly denied that he was homosexual and even sued The Daily Mirror in 1956 for libel in an article written about him being gay. Liberace won the suit of about $22,000 and led Liberace to repeat the catchphrase to reporters: "I cried all the way to the bank! Liberace died of pneumonia caused by AIDS on February 4, 1987, age 67.
Tags: Liberace  Wladziu  Valentino  Liberace  homosexual    The  Daily  Mirror  I  cried  all  the  way  to  the  bank 
Added: 13th November 2012
Views: 767
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Posted By: Cathy
Blackadder - How WWI Started History buffs will enjoy this clip: From the acclaimed British comedy series Blackadder Goes Forth, Captain Blackadder (who is wearing underpants on his head and has pencils stuck up his nose to try to prove he's too crazy to serve at the front) explains to Baldrick, his simple-minded batman, how the First World War started.
Tags: Blackadder  war  started  BBC  sitcom 
Added: 12th November 2012
Views: 1995
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Posted By: Lava1964
Shirley Temple - Stand Up and Cheer In 1934, 20th Century Fox signed six-year-old Shirley Temple to a movie contract after seeing her in a few "Baby Burlesque" comedies made by a low-budget film company. Temple's first film for 20CF was Stand Up and Cheer. The plot is far-fetched and hokey: The federal government appoints Warner Baxter as Secretary of Amusement with the goal of making Americans smile their way through the Great Depression! This lackluster film, comprised mostly of second-rate vaudeville acts, is almost unwatchable until little Shirley and Jimmy Dunn make their appearances and rescue what would otherwise be a stinker of a movie. Here are the eight minutes of Shirley's scenes from this historically important film. (In Shirley's autobiography she admits to having a huge crush on Dunn. You can tell the feeling is mutual. Really, who couldn't love little Shirley?)
Tags: Shirley  Temple  Stand  up  and  Cheer  Jimmy  Dunn 
Added: 14th November 2012
Views: 1357
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Posted By: Lava1964
Lillian Gish AFI Acceptance Speech Ninety-year-old silent screen actress Lillian Gish accepts a lifetime achievement award from the American Film Institute in 1984. She gives a terrific speech!
Tags: AFI  Lillian  Gish  actress 
Added: 19th November 2012
Views: 566
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Posted By: Lava1964
Mark Roth Converts 7-10 Split From a Pro Bowlers' Association tour event on January 5, 1980, Mark Roth converts a 7-10 split. It was the first time this rare feat had ever been accomplished during a TV match.
Tags: bowling  Mark  Roth  PBA  7-10  split 
Added: 21st December 2013
Views: 582
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Posted By: Lava1964
Louis Armstrong on Whats My Line From March 14, 1954, Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong is a mystery guest on What's My Line. His unique voice is impossible to disguise!
Tags: WML  Louis  Armstrong 
Added: 25th November 2012
Views: 1498
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Posted By: Lava1964
Satchel Paige on Ive Got A Secret From 1965, timeless baseball great Satchel Paige appears on I've Got A Secret--and gives a pitching display too!
Tags: baseball  IGAS  Satchel  Paige 
Added: 25th November 2012
Views: 682
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Posted By: Lava1964

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