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The Phantom of the Opera  Lon Chaney The original 1925 silent movie clip where Christine removes The Phantom's mask. This was the absolute best version, no singing, just simply as it was written.
Tags: phantom  of  the  opera  lon  chaney  silent  films 
Added: 25th October 2007
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Posted By: Naomi
ABC Saturday Mornings 1971 Here's a promotional spot for ABC's Saturday morning lineup beginning in September 1971: Roadrunner cartoons, Lidsville, The Funky Phantom, Curiosity Shop, and The Jackson Five. The latter four would all be off the air in two years.
Tags: ABC  network  promo  1971  Saturday 
Added: 28th November 2007
Views: 2233
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Posted By: Lava1964
1964 Ideal Toys Phantom Raider A really, really cool vintage toy from the 60s. You usually find these incomplete, broken and without a box. This one is complete and is immaculate.
Tags: toy  vintage  ideal  boat  freighter  collectible  vintage 
Added: 30th January 2008
Views: 4081
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Posted By: dezurtdude
Music of the Night from Phantom of the Opera Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman
Tags: phantom  of  the  opera  sarah  brightman  michael  crawford 
Added: 1st December 2008
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Posted By: LPROUD
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend" is a country and cowboy-style song. It was written on June 5, 1948 by Stan Jones. A number of versions were crossover hits on the pop charts in 1949. The ASCAP database lists the song as "Riders in the Sky" (title code: 480028324), but the title has been written as "Ghost Riders", "Ghost Riders in the Sky", and "A Cowboy Legend". [#2 country, #1 pop, 1949] Bucky Pizzarelli and Don Costa were on the original recording session in Chicago. The song tells a folk tale of a cowboy who has a vision of red-eyed, steel-hooved cattle thundering across the sky, being chased by the spirits of damned cowboys. One warns him that if he does not change his ways, he will be doomed to join them, forever "trying to catch the Devil's herd across these endless skies". Jones said that he had been told the story when he was 12 years old by an old cowboy friend. The story resembles the northern European mythic Wild Hunt. The melody is based on the song "When Johnny Comes Marching Home". According to Robby Krieger, it inspired the classic Doors song "Riders on the Storm". The song was also the inspiration for the Marvel Comics Western character "Ghost Rider" later renamed Phantom Rider (not to be confused with the later character named "Ghost Rider").
Tags: Vaughn,  Monroe,  Riders,  In,  Sky,  Ghost 
Added: 29th June 2014
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Posted By: 1jazzguy
Olympic Cheater Boris Onischenko At the 1976 Montreal Olympics a scandal enveloped the modern pentathlon competition. It centered around the Soviet Union's team captain Boris Onischenko. Entering the fencing part of the event, Onischenko, a skilled swordsman who had won medals at both the 1968 and 1972 Olympics, was paired against British captain Jim Fox. Fox complained that something was amiss with Onischenko's epee. Officials seized it and determined it had an illegal grip. Onischenko was given another epee and the match continued with Onischenko winning easily. However, further examination of Onischenko's original weapon found it had been electronically altered to register phantom hits. The Soviet team was immediately disqualified. To their credit, the rest of the Soviet modern pentathlon team shunned Onischenko (whom the world media dubbed Dishonest-chenko) for his shenanigans. The Soviet men's volleyball team threatened to throw Onischenko from the highest window of the Olympic village if they encountered him.
Tags: fencing  Boris  Onischenko  cheater  Olympics 
Added: 29th October 2009
Views: 3345
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Posted By: Lava1964
Adventures Of Captain Marvel Intro Adventures of Captain Marvel is a 1941 twelve-chapter film serial directed by John English and William Witney for Republic Pictures, adapted from the popular Captain Marvel comic book character then appearing in Fawcett Comics publications. It starred Tom Tyler (who also played The Phantom) in the title role of Captain Marvel and Frank Coghlan, Jr. as his alter ego, Billy Batson.
Tags: Adventures  Of  Captain  Marvel  Intro          Republic          Pictures          Adventures          Of          Captain          Marvel          John          English          William          Witney          Tom          Tyler   
Added: 28th September 2011
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Posted By: pfc
Ali-Liston Phantom Punch Fight - 1965 Perhaps the most controversial fight in boxing history: Ali-Liston II in Lewiston, ME on May 25, 1965. Ali (then Cassius Clay) had upset Liston on February 25, 1964 in Miami to win the world heavyweight title. The rematch, scheduled for Boston, was delayed by a few months because Ali needed emergency hernia surgery. By the time Ali had healed, he was tremendously unpopular because of his ties with the Black Muslims. Liston had connections in organized crime. Boston wanted no part of the fight, so it was moved to a high school hockey arena in Lewiston. Rumors that something odd would happen circulated before the fight. Watch Ali's famous "phantom punch" knock out Liston, a man who had never been floored before. Some people think it is a perfect punch. Others think Liston took a dive. Also watch ex-champ Jersey Joe Walcott botch the refereeing. Ali never goes to a neutral corner, yet Liston is somehow counted out. Ali wasn't exactly a one-punch knockout artist. He only had two first-round knockouts in his pro career. Renowned sports writer Red Smith, one of many respected journalists who maintained the fight was fixed, said, "I saw the punch; it wouldn't have crushed a grape."
Tags: boxing  Ali  Liston  phantom  punch  Lewiston 
Added: 26th October 2012
Views: 3202
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Posted By: Lava1964
F Troop-Full Episode-- The Phantom Major Politically incorrect and as funny as it gets!
Tags: F  Troop-Full  Episode--  The  Phantom  Major  Forrest  Tucker  Larry  Storch  Ken  Berry  Melody  Patterson  Frank  Dekova  James  Hampton  Bob  Steele  Joe  Brooks 
Added: 22nd January 2013
Views: 1893
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Posted By: Steve
Phantom Tag Call - 1973 World Series It's Game #2 of the 1973 World Series. The game is tied 6-6 in the top of the tenth inning. The New York Mets have a runner (Bud Harrelson) at third base with one out. Felix Millan lofts a fly ball to Oakland's Joe Rudi in left field. Harrelson tries to score on the play. Catcher Ray Fosse catches Rudi's strong throw on one hop and attempts to apply a sweep tag on Harrelson who does not slide. Veteran NL umpire Augie Donatelli assumes an unusual position to make the call--and declares Harrelson out. You decide if the call was right. (The Mets eventually won the game 10-7 in 12 innings.)
Tags: MLB  1973  World  Series  Harrelson  Fosse  Donatelli  Mays 
Added: 25th November 2014
Views: 1462
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Posted By: Lava1964

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