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Sammy Davis Jr  on Playboy After Dark This was taped in 1968 on the Playboy After Dark show. There are so many famous faces here. 'I Gotta Be Me', one of Sammy's best songs!
Tags: sammy  davis  jr  bill  cosby  anthony  newley  peter  lawford  hugh  hefner  playboy  after  dark 
Added: 26th January 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Blue Peter Funnies Now the longest running childrens TV show in the world and soon to celebrate it's 50th birthday. These clips are some of the memorable funny bits.
Tags: Blue  Peter  Get  Down  Shep  TV  UK 
Added: 30th January 2008
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Posted By: donmac101
The Original Mission Impossible IMO, one season of this series was worth more than all of Tom Cruise's later films put together. Each episode of 'Mission: Impossible', which ran from 1966-1973, featured a unique opening. Clips from the upcoming show were edited together in the fast-paced style of Lalo Schrifrin's brilliant theme song and played before the opening credits. The episodes featured here are from the second and third seasons. You'll find some interesting MI trivia in the Comments Section...
Tags: mission  impossible  peter  graves  martin  landau  barbara  baines  greg  morris  peter  lupus  cbs  television  series 
Added: 31st January 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
The Ladies Who Lunch by Dinah Shore Jane Russell (personally I think Jane wasn't drinking grape juice) This gem comes from a 1979 episode of "Dinah!" subtitled "Glamour Is..." with classic glamour gals Diahann Carroll, Jean Peters, Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds and Jane Russell as well as the designer Bill Travilla who Dinah refers to in this song from Stephen Sondheim's "Company". I've never seen this one as a duet but it may be the only video record of Miss Russell's performance. Someone please let me know if I'm wrong. Jane was the replacement for Elaine Stritch in the original Broadway production and judging by her contribution here, probably did a bang-up job.
Tags: Dinah      Shore      Jane      Russell      Stephen      Sondheim      Company      Broadway      Talk      Show      1970s      Here 
Added: 1st February 2008
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Posted By: geminat
Gale Storm- Early TV star dies ale Storm, whose wholesome appearance and perky personality made her one of early television's biggest stars on "My Little Margie" and "The Gale Storm Show," has died. She was 87. Storm, who had been in failing health in recent years, died Saturday at a convalescent hospital in Danville, said her son, Peter Bonnell. Before landing the starring role in "My Little Margie" in 1952, Storm starred in numerous B movies opposite such stars as Roy Rogers, Eddie Albert and Jackie Cooper. After her last TV series, "The Gale Storm Show," ended in 1960, she went on to a successful singing career while continuing to make occasional TV appearances.
Tags:     Gale  Storm    Dot  Records    Gale  Storm  Show    Oh  Susanna    1950s  music  video    music  video    female  rock  and  roll     
Added: 29th June 2009
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Posted By: Old Fart
Lolita What a great scene from Stanley Kubrick's 1962 film 'Lolita'. In this scene Humbert is checking out a room he's thinking about renting and stumbles upon his deciding factor. Shelley Winters, James Mason, Sue Lyon and Peter Sellers were perfectly cast! Trivia for this is in the Comments.
Tags: lolita  stanley  kubrick  shelly 
Added: 26th February 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Rich Little on Dean Martin Celebrity Roast for Frank Sinatra Dean Martin was one of America's greatest legends in the entertainment industry. He is sorely missed even to this day. He honors or roasts his beloved friend and American icon, Frank Sinatra, in one of his many roasts. In my opinion, even the half-hour infomercial is far more entertaining than anything on television today. I miss people like Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and so many others. There are more people who are gone than living with us like Don Rickles, Peter Falk, and Ruth Buzzi. Frank Sinatra's roast is pretty relaxed from what we know. We're glad to see celebrities cut loose and be themselves and poke fun at this man. Nobody will ever have the roasts that Dean ever put together in Las Vegas. Of course, people were smoking cigarettes (God forbid that you display any smoking on television anymore) and drinking liquor and being human anymore. Those days are gone forever and now you have a bit of history with these episodes. Even though they drank and smoked, they always appeared to be having fun at themselves.
Tags: the  dean  martin  celebrity  roasts  frank  sinatra  orson  welles  donrickles  peter  falk  ruth  buzzi   
Added: 23rd May 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
For The Young and the Young at Heart 'Here Comes Peter Cottontail' was a 1971 Easter television special that was based on a 1957 novel by Priscilla and Otto Friedrich entitled 'The Easter Bunny That Overslept', and featured the title song "Here Comes Peter Cottontail". It was originally broadcast on ABC, and in later years, appeared on CBS. In 2006, it was followed by a direct to video sequel, 'Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie'. The name 'Peter Cottontail' is actually a combination of the names of two Beatrix Potter story characters, Cottontail and Peter Rabbit, from the story 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit'. It's a story of how Peter Cottontail became the Easter Bunny.
Tags: here  comes  peter  cottontail  danny  kaye  happy  easter 
Added: 22nd March 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Scream Queen Hazel Court Dies at 82 Hazel Court, an English actress who co-starred with the likes of Boris Karloff and Vincent Price in popular horror movies of the 1950s and '60s, has died. She was 82. Court died early Tuesday of a heart attack at her home near Lake Tahoe, daughter Sally Walsh said Wednesday. While she had a substantial acting career both in England and on American TV, Court was perhaps best known for her work in such films as 1963's "The Raven." She co-starred with Price, Karloff and Peter Lorre in director Roger Corman's take on the classic Edgar Allan Poe poem. Corman directed her in five movies. Like other "scream queens" of the era, Court often relied on her cleavage and her ability to shriek in fear and die horrible deaths for her roles. "The Premature Burial,""The Masque of the Red Death,""The Curse of Frankenstein" and "Devil Girl from Mars" helped propel her to cult status and brought her fan mail even in her later years. 'She'd probably get over 100 pieces of fan mail a month and she would reply to every single one,' her daughter said. Court had finished an autobiography, "Hazel Court - Horror Queen," which will be published in Britain.
Tags: hazel  court  horror  scream  queen  hammer  films  roger  corman  boris  karloff  vincent  price  christopher  lee  peter  cushing 
Added: 17th April 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
On The Border Al Stewart and the acoustic genius of Peter White.
Tags: Al  Stewart  Peter  White  On  The  Border 
Added: 3rd June 2008
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Posted By: donmac101

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