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      MAXINE  ON MENAPAUSE Tags: maxine  comics  hot  flashes 
Added: 19th August 2007
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Posted By: Naomi
Teofilo Stevenson Knockout 1975 This is a boxing clip from the 1975 Pan-American games in Mexico City. Cuba's greatest amateur boxer, Teofilo Stevenson, demolishes an outclassed Brazilian foe in heavyweight action. (A young Ray Leonard provides color commentary!)
Tags: boxing  Cuba  Teofilo  Stevenson 
Added: 19th January 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Munsters  Dragula Munsters and there mean machines
Tags: whats  the  blonds  name?    shes  only  one  with  color  cool 
Added: 31st August 2007
Views: 1837
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Posted By: Marty6697
Richard Boone on Whats My Line Richard Boone donned his Paladin regalia from his TV western Have Gun Will Travel when he appeared as the mystery challenger on the January 18, 1959 episode of What's My Line. (About six minutes into the clip the feed vanishes for a moment. Sorry!)
Tags: Richard  Boone  Whats  My  Line 
Added: 5th February 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Shirley Eaton  Shes Alive Undoubtedly Eaton's most famous role was that of Jill Masterson in the 1964 James Bond film GOLDFINGER. Her character's death, being painted head to toe in gold paint and suffering "skin suffocation", became an iconic image of the film and inadvertently led to the creation of a popular belief concerning both the method of death and the actress' own fate. Eaton, very much alive, later appeared in a 2003 episode of the TV documentary series MythBusters to help debunk the belief. . .
Tags: shirley  eaton  jill  masterson  Goldfinger  james  bond 
Added: 10th September 2007
Views: 2094
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Posted By: Teresa
Willie and Joe Perhaps some of you may remember "Willie and Joe." The two World War II infantry grunts created by Bill Mauldin. His famous infantrymen cartoons were featured in "Stars and Stripes," the American soldier's newspaper. The cartoons would depict life as the average American soldier would live it during wartime. Some were comical, others brought home the ugliness and tragedies of war. He didn't get along very well with most officers because would poke fun at them in his cartoons. This would irritate the younger officers and some older ones alike. Gen. George Patton wanted him to stop drawing his cartoons but apparently the morale of the American soldier and the popularity of the cartoons and the good effect that "Willie and Joe" had on it won out even over the General's wishes. These two cartoons came from the first collection of his work compiled in a book alled, "Up Front," which was a best-seller. At age 23 he won the Pulitzer Prize. That was in 1945. He was assigned to the 45th infantry division, and was wounded by a shell fragment in Anzio for which he receive the Purple Heart. He also made the cover of Time Magazine in 1958. Bill passed away in 2003 at the age of 81. Bill Mauldin was a great American!
Tags: willie  joe  wwii  bill  mauldin  stars  strpes  cartoons 
Added: 17th September 2007
Views: 3388
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Posted By: jimmyjet
Sir Douglas Quintet   Shes About a Mover 1965 In 1965, the Sir Douglas Quintet was formed and the group's name was chosen in an effort to make the band seem British to benefit from the British invasion. This image had its problems, particularly Doug Sahm's Texas accent and that two fifths of the band were of Mexican origin. The band had a top 20 US hit with the song "She's About a Mover" and a number of lesser hit over the years. The SDQ broke up after a bust for marijuana possession in Corpus Christi, TX, and Doug moved to San Francisco, forming the Honkey Blues Band before reforming the new SDQ with a new lineup was resigned and they released the successful single and album "Mendocino". The record contained the song "At the Crossroad" with the legendary Doug Sahm line "You just can't live in Texas if you don't have a lot of soul".
Tags: sir  douglas  quintet  shes  about  a  mover  60s  music 
Added: 5th October 2007
Views: 2781
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Posted By: Naomi
Was Dorothy Kilgallen Murdered Here's one for you conspiracy theorists to ponder: Was newspaper columnist Dorothy Kilgallen murdered? Famous for her role as a permanent panelist on the CBS show What's My Line? and for her Voice of Broadway entertainment/gossip column in the New York Journal American, Kilgallen often covered major news events--especially murder trials. She reported on the Sam Sheppard murder trial and the Lindbergh kidnapping case, among others. She also expressed serious doubts about the Warren Commission's investigation of JFK's murder. Kilgallen interviewed Jack Ruby in prison shortly before her death on November 8, 1965. Just hours after she had appeared live and quite chipper on What's My Line? from 10:30 to 11 p.m., the 52-year-old Kilgallen was found dead in her Manhattan home, fully clothed, sitting up on a bed in which she did not sleep still wearing the makeup and false eyelashes she had on the previous night. (Dorothy always removed her false eyelashes before retiring for the night.) A book she had finished reading months ago was on her bed. She needed glasses to read but her spectacles were nowhere near her. Although alcohol and barbiturates were found in her blood stream and a mysterious pink liquid in her stomach, Kilgallen's official cause of death was listed as undetermined. At least three different people in the household claim to have been the first to discover Dorothy dead on the bed: Her secretary, her hairdresser, and her maid. Reports of the time when Dorothy's body was discovered vary wildly--anywhere from about 10:30 a.m. to about 3 p.m. The coroner who did the paperwork was responsible for autopsies in Brooklyn--not Manhattan. Kilgallen's notes from her interview with Jack Ruby were never found--leading conspiracy theorists to wonder whether she had been silenced.
Tags: Dorothy  Kilgallen  death  conspiracy 
Added: 17th November 2007
Views: 2992
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Posted By: Lava1964
Juice Newton Angel of the Morning i tried to find the original by Merrilee Rush . to no avail . . i loved this song. And, when i was a kid. . myself and two other little girls lip-synched and did a little performace of this song . .we ALWAYS thought the words were "JUST CROSS MY STREET BEFORE YOU LEAVE ME, BABY!" and not "JUST TOUCH MY CHEEK BEFORE YOU LEAVE ME, BABY!" lol . . .it sounded right as we sang into our hair brushes!
Tags: song  Angel  of  the  Morning  Juice  Newton    Merrilee  Rush   
Added: 21st November 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
Twiggy The scrawny modern supermodel originated with Twiggy, a British model, in 1967. Her real name was Lesley Hornby. She weighed just 90 pounds and had measurements of 31-23-32. Her 27-year-old boyfriend/manager, Nigel Davies, skilfully packaged Hornby as Twiggy, and within months she became the world's top fashion model, appearing in Vogue and Elle magazines before taking New York by storm. Twiggy's cropped haircut (shorter than most boys wore at the time) made her something of an androgynous figure. Her trademark was to paint eyelashes on her lower lids. These became known as Twiggies. Over the years, Twiggy's exceedingly slim figure was blamed for the rise in anorexia cases. Depite her fame, Twiggy remained humble and true to her East London roots. She once told Life Magazine, 'I know I'm not beautiful or glam. But with me funny face, me funny skirts, and me funny accent, somehow it combined to work out just lovely.'
Tags: Twiggy  model 
Added: 22nd November 2007
Views: 1833
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Posted By: Lava1964

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