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1983 TV Show Intros  part 4 of 4 From sometime in 1983, here are some intros to popular TV shows of that time. I do NOT have these entire shows on tape...just the intros...and they were taped by a friend of mine in Florida! This is part 4 of 4.
Tags:   TV    show    intros    1983    Ray    Glasser     
Added: 17th July 2009
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Posted By: videoholic
1941 TV trailer while there was unfortunate static in the source tape here is the television trailer for Steven Spielberg's 1979 comedy "1941", a $30 million all-star affair released in December to mostly terrible reviews and lackluster box-office. In the years since it has picked up a number of admirers for its crazy energy, and the film was rightly Oscar-nominated for its special effects work (featuring exceptional miniature work, long before the days of CGI).
Tags: 1941  trailer  movie  television  preview  TV  Steven  Spielberg  John  Belushi  Dan  Aykroyd  Toshiro  Mifune  Tim  Matheson  Ned  Beatty  Murray  Hamilton  Christopher  Lee  1970s  1979  world  war  2 
Added: 22nd July 2009
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Posted By: robatsea
ABC Nightline  on Death of John Lennon    Dec 1980 Taped on Dec. 8, 1980, here is an ABC "Nightline" Show on the shooting of John Lennon, including a report by a young, long-haired Geraldo Rivera! Still very sad to see this.
Tags: John    Lennon    Death    Nightline    Ray    Glasser    1980     
Added: 25th July 2009
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Posted By: videoholic
TV Guide  25th Anniversary show   1979   part 6 Here is part 6 of TV Guide's 25th Anniversary show, from 1979, as taped from WKYC, TV3, Cleveland, NBC!
Tags: TV  Guide  25th  anniversary  1979  NBC  Ray  Glasser 
Added: 6th October 2009
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Posted By: videoholic
Dog Police This song was featured on MTV Basement Tapes.
Tags: dog  police 
Added: 29th July 2009
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Posted By: chrissiek
I 40 Paradise Here is an almost complete opening for the 1980's Nashville Network series I-40 Paradise. This opening was taped in 1985...
Tags: I  40  Paradise  TNN 
Added: 8th August 2009
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Posted By: EONSFTFAN
I 40 Paradise 1986 This is another almost complete opening for I-40 Paradise. This one was taped in 1986 after they updated the opening sequence. The show aired on The Nashville Network from 1983 until 1986
Tags: I  40  Paradise  TNN 
Added: 8th August 2009
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Posted By: EONSFTFAN
William Frawley Last TV Appearance William Frawley's final TV appearance was this brief cameo as a horse trainer in an episode of The Lucy Show taped in October 1965. Frawley died five months later at age 79.
Tags: William  Frawley  cameo 
Added: 8th August 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
THE HORROR SHOW from Feb 1979 part 6 Here is a great look at the classic horror films, hosted by the late Anthony Perkins, from Feb. 6, 1979. Taped from WJKW-TV8, Cleveland. This is part 6 of a 10-parter that I originally uploaded to YouTube.
Tags: Ray    Glasser    Horror    Show    1979    CBS     
Added: 9th November 2011
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Posted By: videoholic
The Real Voice of General Patton Probably the most common picture we have of "old blood and guts", General George Patton, is George C. Scott's portrayal. Scott's gravely baritone voice would seem perfect for the part. The real General Patton hated his voice. It tended to be high-pitched, nasal, irritating, and at times, it bordered on effeminate. He hated public speaking because of this. To my knowledge, there exist only two short clips of him speaking. Because of his use of vivid imagery, cursing, ribald innuendos, and general vulgarity, his wife had all audio tapes of him speaking destroyed after his death. It was an effort on her part to clean up his image for posterity. He died in an auto accident in Europe after the end of WWII. One of his most famous speeches, is one given in front of The Third Army to prepare them for the long road to Berlin. This is the speech we hear in the opening moments of the movie "Patton". It was considerably sanitized for the movie in an effort to prevent people from avoiding the film. The actual text of that speech can be found in a number of places on the internet. He wrote of why he used vulgar language in addressing his troops. He felt they would better remember the important points if they were punched up with ribald expletives.
Tags: General  George  Patton    speech      voice 
Added: 11th October 2009
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Posted By: Watersnake

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