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Meredith Baxter for Loreal 1979 The beautiful Meredith Baxtery (Birney) is especially fetching in this 1979 commercial for Loreal.
Tags: Meredith  Baxter  Birney  Loreal  TV  commercial  television  beauty  hair  sex  symbol  1970s  1979  family  ties 
Added: 22nd September 2009
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Posted By: robatsea
Don Meredith  Dead at 72 Former Dallas Cowboys quaterback Don Meredith died at his New Mexico home of a brain hemorrhage on December 5, 2010. Meredith achieved even greater fame as one of the three key broadcasters during the heyday of ABC's Monday Night Football in the 1970s and 1980s. Meredith is pictured here on a Sports Illustrated cover from 1968--his final year in the NFL.
Tags: Don  Meredith  NFL  died  broadcaster 
Added: 6th December 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964
We will miss you Don Meredith! Tags: Don  Meredith,  Turn  Out  The  Lights  The  Party 
Added: 6th December 2010
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Posted By: Cathy
Bridget Loves Bernie - Controversial Sitcom Bridget Loves Bernie was a CBS sitcom that ran for just one 24-episode season in 1972-73. Starring Meredith Baxter and David Birney, it was based on the long-running Broadway play Abie's Irish Rose. The show's premise was that a young school teacher from a well-to-do Irish-American family falls in love with and marries a poor Jewish cab driver. The show was given an excellent time slot--Saturdays at 8:30 PM, between All in the Family and Mary Tyler Moore--and finished fifth in the overall ratings for the season. Why was the show cancelled? It was widely reported that Jewish groups opposed to inter-religious marriages inundated CBS with hate mail! (Officially, CBS claimed the show's ratings were disappointing.) Bridget Loves Bernie remains the highest-rated show ever to be cancelled after just one season. Birney and Baxter were later married in real life.
Tags: Bridget  Loves  Bernie  CBS  religion  controversy 
Added: 21st February 2012
Views: 2584
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Posted By: Lava1964
Meredith MacRae RC Cola Ad This RC Cola advertisement, featuring the lovely Meredith MacRae, appeared in a 1969 New York Mets' program.
Tags: Meredith  MacRae  RC  Cola  ad 
Added: 15th June 2013
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Posted By: Lava1964
Twilight Zone- Time Enough at Last This is the full famous 1959 Twilight Zone episode titled Time Enough at Last. Burgess Meredith stars as bookish bank teller Henry Beamis who wants nothing more out of life than to escape his everyday drudgery and have time enough to read to his heart's content. A nuclear explosion gives him his wish.
Tags: The  Twilight  Zone  Time  Enough  at  Last  Burgess  Meredith 
Added: 27th June 2013
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Posted By: Lava1964
Vanishing TV Character - Mike Douglas The family-based sitcom My Three Sons ran for 12 seasons on two networks from 1960 through 1972. Originally the widowed Steve Douglas' three sons in the sitcom's title were Mike, Robbie, and Chip. Tim Considine played eldest son Mike, a level-headed, responsible young man who could be counted on to keep his younger brothers in line. The show was shot in black and white for the first five seasons when it ran on ABC. In the fifth season, Tim meets Sally Morrison (played by the lovely Meredith MacRae), who works in the secretarial pool at his father's firm. They quickly develop a romance. However, at that time Considine's relationship with the producers of My Three Sons was fraying and he did not want to return for the show's sixth season in 1965. This obviously created a problem for a show about three sons. A solution was devised: Mike and Sally would be married and move away. The plot had Mike becoming an assistant psychology professor somewhere "back east"--even though the Douglases lived in Maryland. Considine and MacRae appeared in the opening few minutes of the first episode of the 1965-66 season--which also happened to be the show's first episode on CBS and the first one to be shot in color. The opening scene had the newly married couple leaving the church and accepting the congratulations and good wishes of the wedding guests. Mike takes his dad aside and lovingly thanks him for everything in his life. He gets into a car with his new bride--and leaves the show forever. Mike was only mentioned a couple of times thereafter even though My Three Sons ran for another seven years. Oh, yes: an orphaned friend of Chip's, Ernie, is adopted into the Douglas clan so that Steve again has three sons under his roof. Since the color episodes were the only ones widely circulated, many My Three Sons fans who were first exposed to the show in reruns often have little knowledge about Mike being one of Steve Douglas' sons.
Tags: Tim  Considine  My  Three  Sons  Mike  Douglas 
Added: 15th June 2015
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Posted By: Lava1964

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