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Feather and Hammer Drop on Moon Tags: Feather  &  Hammer  Drop  on  Moon  Apollo  15  LRO  Lunar  Reconnaissance  Orbiter  David  Scott  James  Irwin  Alfred  Worden   
Added: 12th January 2011
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Posted By: Old Fart
John Banner Here's a face that fans of 1960s TV can't forget: John Banner who played the bumbling and thoroughly lovable Sgt. Hans Schultz on Hogan's Heroes from 1965 to 1971. Apart from his steady role on Hogan's Heroes, the Austrian-born Banner made over 70 other television appearances between 1950 and 1972, including roles on Mister Ed, The Lucy Show, Perry Mason, The Partridge Family, The Untouchables, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. In a 1954 episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Banner and Werner Klemperer--who would later be cast as Colonel Klink in Hogan's Heroes--both had roles. Banner, a Jew, was on tour with an acting troupe in Switzerland when the Nazis occupied Austria in 1938. Banner opted to emigrate to the United States and continue his acting career there. By the 1960s, the once lean Banner's weight had increased to 280 pounds. This helped gain him the part of the kindly inept German POW camp guard in Hogan's Heroes. The gentle Banner was loved not only by the viewers, but by the show's other cast members too. Banner defended his character, telling TV Guide in 1967: 'Schultz is not a Nazi. I see Schultz as the representative of some kind of goodness in any generation.' After Hogan's Heroes was cancelled in 1971, Banner starred as the inept gangster Uncle Latzi in the short-lived television sitcom, The Chicago Teddy Bears. His last acting appearance was in the March 7, 1972 episode of The Partridge Family. He then retired to his native Vienna. There he died suddenly of an aneurysm on his 63rd birthday on January 28, 1973.
Tags: TV  John  Banner  Hogan 
Added: 29th January 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964
Hitchcock Always a classic look from Hitch!
Tags: Alfred  Hitchcock,  skull  photo  movie  classic 
Added: 21st October 2012
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Posted By: pfc
The Original James Bond In early 1954, Ian Fleming was paid $1000 for the television rights for Casino Royale. The novel was adapted into an hour long TV special and was broadcast on CBS on October 21st, 1954 as an episode of the Climax! Mystery Theatre.It was a low budget black and white episode that was adapted by Charles Bennett, who wrote the screenplays for most of Alfred Hitchcock's films in the 1930s. It starred Peter Lorre as Le Chiffre, Linda Christian as Valerie Mathis, Michael Pate as Clarence Leiter, and American actor Barry Nelson as the first ever James Bond.
Tags: James  Bond  007  1954  Barry  Nelson 
Added: 18th February 2013
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Posted By: kinkman
Every Alfred Hitchcock Cameo Alfred Hitchcock was known for two things: being a superb film director and making cameo appearances in his own films. Part of the fun watching a Hitchcock movie is trying to spot Hitchcock's surprise appearance. This compilation film shows every one of Hitchcock's cameo appearances in chronological order. Be very alert! Some of them occur quite quickly!
Tags: Alfred  Hitchcock  cameo  appearances 
Added: 29th May 2013
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Posted By: Lava1964
Chicago with Earth Wind and Fire in Concert Full Concert! They are touring this year together!
Tags:   Earth  Wind  and  Fire  In  Concert  Chicago  Chicago  Transit  Authority  Robert  Lamm  Lee  Loughnane  James  Pankow  Walter  Parazaider  Jason  Scheff  Tris  Imboden  Keith  Howland  Lou  Pardini  Walfredo  Reyes,  Jr.  Maurice  White  Verdine  White  Philip  Bailey  Ralph  Johnson  Reggie  Young  Gary  Bias  B.  David  Whitworth  Myron  McKinley  John  Paris  Bobby  Burns.  Jr  Greg  "G-Mo"  Moore  Kim  Johnson  Morris  O'  Connor  Philip  Bailey  Jr. 
Added: 8th May 2015
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Posted By: Steve
Verdun Ossuary - 1964 Most Americans are barely aware of it, but one of the most terrible battles in history occurred near the northern French city of Verdun from February through November 1916. The Germans launched a massive attack on February 21 with both numerical superiority and the element of surprise. Verdun was supposed to be a quiet French sector on the Western Front and was held largely by lightly regarded territorial troops. The Germans hoped to bleed the French army to at least force an armistice on the Western Front. The embattled French considered the defense of Verdun to be symbolic of resistance. "They shall not pass!" became the rallying cry of the defenders. At some point during the battle virtually every able-bodied French soldier served at the Verdun front. The carnage was atrocious as positions sometimes changed hands several times each day. Eventually the German High Command called off the attack. In those nine months of ceaseless fighting casualties approached one million, with at least 500,000 killed. In 1964 Life magazine published a pictorial feature about what Verdun looked like 48 years after the battle. Perhaps the most shocking photo was the one shown here: An ossuary containing the bones of about 130,000 unknown soldiers from both sides. Interestingly, Life's photographer was Alfred Eisenstaedt--a German veteran of the war.
Tags: Verdun  battle  ossuary  First  World  War 
Added: 22nd July 2015
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Posted By: Lava1964

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