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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
You Say  Tomato I say  Tomato Tags:         fred      astaire      ginger      rogers      shall      we      dance      skates      rollerskates      musical      number      lets      call      the      whole      thing      off     
Added: 21st February 2008
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Posted By: pfc
Country Superstar Eddy Arnold dies at 89 Eddy Arnold, whose mellow baritone on songs like 'Make the World Go Away', made him one of the most successful country singers in history, died this morning May 6,2008, days short of his 90th birthday. Arnold died at a care facility near Nashville. His wife of 66 years, Sally, had died in March, and in the same month, Arnold fell outside his home, injuring his hip. Arnold's vocals on songs like the 1965 "Make the World Go Away," one of his many No. 1 country hits and a top 10 hit on the pop charts, made him one of the most successful country singers in history. Folksy yet sophisticated, he became a pioneer of "The Nashville Sound," also called "countrypolitan," a mixture of country and pop styles. His crossover success paved the way for later singers such as Kenny Rogers. "I sing a little country, I sing a little pop and I sing a little folk, and it all goes together," he said in 1970. He was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1966. The following year he was the first person to receive the entertainer of the year award from the Country Music Association. The reference book "Top Country Singles 1944-1993," ranked Arnold the No. 1 country singer in terms of overall success on the Billboard country charts. It lists his first No. 1 hit as "It's a Sin," 1947, and for the following year ranks his "Bouquet of Roses" as the biggest hit of the entire year. Other hits included "Cattle Call,""The Last Word in Lonesome Is Me,""Anytime,""Bouquet of Roses,""What's He Doing in My World?""I Want to Go With You,""Somebody Like Me,""Lonely Again" and "Turn the World Around." Most of his hits were done in association with famed guitarist Chet Atkins, the producer on most of the recording sessions. The late Dinah Shore once described his voice as like "warm butter and syrup being poured over wonderful buttermilk pancakes." Reflecting on his career, he said he never copied anyone. 'I really had an idea about how I wanted to sing from the very beginning,' he said. He revitalized his career in the 1960s by adding strings, a controversial move for a country artist back then. 'I got to thinking, if I just took the same kind of songs I'd been singing and added violins to them, I'd have a new sound. They cussed me, but the disc jockeys grabbed it. ... The artists began to say, 'Aww, he's left us.' Then within a year, they were doing it!' Arnold was born May 15, 1918, on a farm near Henderson, Tenn., the son of a sharecropper. He sang on radio stations in Jackson, Tenn., Memphis, Tenn., and St. Louis before becoming nationally known. His image was always that of a modest, clean-cut country boy. 'You cannot satisfy all the people,' he once said. 'They have an image of me. Some people think I'm Billy Graham's half brother, but I'm not. I want people to get this hero thing off their mind and just let me be me.'
Tags: eddy  arnold  countrypolitan  sound   
Added: 8th May 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition  Ruby Tags: Kenny  Rogers  and  the  First  Edition  -  Ruby  1970s  1972   
Added: 4th April 2008
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Posted By: pfc
roy rogers maybe naomi and i wll be the only ones to remember roy and trigger. yikes! lol.
Tags: roy  rogers  show  -intro 
Added: 6th April 2008
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Posted By: roseanns1
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans on Whats My Line From September 26, 1954, cowboy stars Roy Rogers and Dale Evans appear as mystery challengers on What's My Line. This particular WML episode had two mystery guest segments. (Red Skelton was the other.)
Tags: Whats  My  Line  Roy  Rogers  Dale  Evans 
Added: 27th June 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Mr. Rogers Tags: fred  rogers 
Added: 28th June 2008
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Posted By: roseanns1
Roy Rogers - Dale Evans - Happy Birthday America 7-4-1976 Tags: Roy  Rogers  &  Dale  Evans  -  Happy  Birthday  America  7/4/1976 
Added: 3rd July 2008
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Posted By: Old Fart
Ginger Rogers on Whats My Line Film star Ginger Rogers is the mystery guest on this episode of What's My Line from November 21, 1954. (Listen for Bennett Cerf to refer to Ginger as a 'perfidious wench!')
Tags: Whats  My  Line  Ginger  Rogers 
Added: 9th July 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Jello Pudding - Roy Rogers Before Cosby, Roy Rogers plugged Jello Pudding.
Tags:   vintage    commercial    1950s    roy    rogers    dale    evans     
Added: 26th October 2008
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Posted By: pfc

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