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Catweazle The series started in 1970 and featured Geoffrey Bayldon as Catweazle, an eccentric, incompetent, dishevelled and smelly (but lovable) old 11th Century wizard who accidentally travels through time to the year 1970.
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Added: 8th July 2007
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Posted By: konifur
Have Gun Will Travel Have Gun Will Travel is another great western tv show from the 60`s,it stars Richard Boone as Paladin.he was a man who had been everywhere and done everything, the fastest gun in the West. there is a new version coming out soon with eminem as paladin. better than the original we have to wait and see,but some how i think not.
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Added: 13th July 2007
Views: 2216
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Posted By: konifur
Veronica Lake Lake's biggest year in films was 1942, when she starred in a string of hit films for Paramount, including Sullivan's Travels, This Gun for Hire, and I Married a Witch... i saw here in "I Married A Witch" and she was GREAT. . really tiny, too. . .i wondered if this is where they got the idea for "Bewitched."
Tags: glamour  photo  veronica  lake  i  married  a  witch 
Added: 13th July 2007
Views: 2141
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Posted By: Teresa
SCIENCE FICTION THEATER   segments from a COLOR episode from 1955! From a show that was originally broadcast on April 16, 1955, here are the opening and closing segments of a Science Fiction Theater episode, called "Time is Just a Place," IN COLOR! Not only is this episode about time travel, but it stars one of my favorite character actors, Warren Stevens, who also appeared in "Forbidden Planet" and a Star Trek TOS episode "By Any Other Name." Also in this particular episode is Don DeFore, who starred in the TV sitcom "Hazel." This episode is VERY typical of 1950s TV, where they gave you the title of the episode at the beginning AND after the commercial break at :15 minutes into the episode!
Tags: Science  Fiction  Theater  color  Ray  Glasser  1955 
Added: 31st December 2008
Views: 2057
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Posted By: videoholic
Dr Pepper artifact may reveal its origin Poking through antiques stores while traveling through the Texas Panhandle, Bill Waters stumbled across a tattered old ledger book filled with formulas. He bought it for $200, suspecting he could resell it for five times that. Turns out, his inkling about the book's value was more spot on than he knew. He eventually discovered the book came from the Waco, Texas, drugstore where Dr Pepper was invented and includes a recipe titled "D Peppers Pepsin Bitters." ***continued in comments***
Tags: dr  pepper  d  peppers  pepsin  bitters 
Added: 4th May 2009
Views: 1206
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Posted By: Naomi
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!)
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Added: 5th February 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Volkswagen Station Wagon This was called the Dormobile in the UK, a much admired vehicle for it's time.
Tags: volkswagen  station  wagon  car  travel  classic  advert  commercial 
Added: 6th October 2007
Views: 5611
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Posted By: Tony
Supertrain Anyone remember Supertrain? NBC had high hopes for this TV series about an atomic-powered train that could travel across the country in 36 hours. It had one of the most expensive sets ever designed for a TV series. Vacillating between comedy and drama, the series never attracted much of a following. It lasted only five months before being derailed in 1979. Here are the show's opening credits.
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Added: 7th October 2007
Views: 1403
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Posted By: Lava1964
Conquest Of Space Made around 1964, this is what movie makers thought space travel would be like in the year 2000.
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Added: 23rd October 2007
Views: 1317
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Posted By: Tony
The Comedy of Nichols and May This is one of the funniest sketches I've ever seen. It's about as close to the mother-child relationship as you can get. Mike Nichols and Elaine May created perfectly improvised scenes that were outrageously funny, yet simply understated. Their dry wit and wry satire allowed them to lampoon faceless bureaucracy and such previously sacrosanct institutions as hospitals, politics, funeral homes, and even motherhood. Like other great comedy duos, Nichols and May perfectly complemented each other. They seemed so attuned and at ease with each other that the mis-communication they often based their skits on were all the funnier. Within a short while of arriving in New York, they were the talk of the town, appearing on The Steve Allen Show, introducing a nationwide audience to a humor unlike any on television. Nichols and May spent much of the next three years traveling the country performing together on stage, radio, and television. In 1960, "An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May" had opened on Broadway to rave reviews, but by 1961, Nichols and May would announce the end of their partnership. Interested in pursuing individual careers, the two left behind one of the most popular and imitated comedy acts of its time. Mike Nichols has directed and produced a variety of hit films, such as The Graduate, Silkwood, The Birdcage, Primary Colors, and The Remains of the Day. Elaine May is a two-time Academy Award nominated director, screenwriter, and actress.
Tags: mike  nichols  elaine  may  improvisational  comedy 
Added: 6th November 2007
Views: 3330
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Posted By: Naomi

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