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1947 Movie Stars Parade Began as a dancer on Broadway and got her big break when Betty Hutton developed measles during the run of PANAMA HATTIE and understudy Ms. Allison got to step into the role. After this, she was hired for the musical, BEST FOOT FORWARD, and would later reprise her role for the MGM film version of the same musical . . .
Tags: Movie  Stars  Parade  Album  cover  June  Allyson 
Added: 7th December 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
NASCAR Bootlegging to Hero- The Early Years View a small glimpse of the early years in racing scene. Now known as National Association of Stock Car Automobile Racing, it was at first, a way of 'Earning a Living' running from the law in an effort to deliver "Bootleg" whiskey to those thirsty Souls that needed the Extra Boost that no "Store Bought" liquor could offer. Eventually evolving into the Most Loved Sport in America, and supported by more than 100 Million Fans, NASCAR is now and will always be the "Sport of the Common Man"! Audio from actual interviews from the Allison and Yarborough "Altercation", and the 'King', Richard Petty. Music by Kenny Loggins as he sings his Hit, from the movie 'Top Gun', "Highway to the Danger Zone"!
Tags: Nascar  early  years 
Added: 24th February 2008
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Posted By: BKV
Daytona 500 1979 This was the race that put NASCAR on the map!
Tags: Daytona  500  1979  NASCAR  Richard  Petty  Bobby  Allison 
Added: 15th February 2009
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Posted By: Old Fart
March on Washington 17 April 1965 There were many epic protests against the Vietnam war that inspired my generation but this photograph of a demonstrator placing a flower in the barrel of a National Guardsman’s gun – a single, small but defiant act of protest – was both of the time and, eternally, an assertion for peace against war. The moment gathered further cogency in May 1970 after the killing of four students at Kent State University in Ohio in a similar protest. It emerged that one of the dead, Allison Krause, had also placed a flower in a gun the previous day
Tags: March  on  Washington  protests  Vietnam  War,  generations,  war,  demonstrators 
Added: 14th November 2010
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