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Keith and Laurie created by Bernard Slade, the Partridge Family was the musical version of the Brady Bunch, minus the dad!
Tags: tv  partridge  family  shirley  jones  david  cassidy  danny  bonaduce  susan  dey  suzanne  crough    dave  madden 
Added: 11th July 2007
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Posted By: lambchop
Wigwam Motel The California Wigwam Motel was built within the city limits of San Bernardino in 1949. . . a classic that's still going strong! and a little TRIVIA: Wigwam Village #6 was featured in the second episode of Oprah and Gayle's Big Adventure on Oprah's TV show. . .all i remember is that they didn't stay! what a mistake!!
Tags: wigwam  motel  rialto  ca   
Added: 21st August 2007
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Posted By: lambchop
The Wombles This kids show ran for years in the UK. Based on the book by Elisabeth Beresford these furry long nosed creatures recycled rubbish left behind by us untidy humans. Mike Batt provided the music and at the time kept some of the biggest bands in the world from the top spot on the charts here. All the voices for the characters were provided by Bernard Cribbens, a well known British actor of the time.
Tags: Mike  Batt  Wombles  Furry  Beasties   
Added: 30th December 2007
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Posted By: donmac101
 Come Go With Me Remember the Del Vikings? They were noted for being one of the few racially integrated musical groups to attain success in the 1950's. The group was formed in 1955 by Clarence E. Quick, Kripp Johnson, Don Jackson, Samuel Paterson, and Bernard Robertson, who were all enlisted in the USAF and stationed in Pittsburgh PA. Because all of the members were in the service, they constantly ran the risk of being disrupted by members being stationed in other places. This happened soon after the group's forming when Paterson and Robertson were sent to Germany. They were replaced by baritone David Lerchey, the group's first white member, and tenor Norman Wright. Originally signed to Fee Bee Records (1957), their first hit came in 1957, with the Wright-led 'Come Go with Me'. Soon after, Jackson was out, and was replaced by Gus Backus, the group's second white member. The group quickly found itself in greater demand following the release of 'Come Go with Me', which propelled the group into the Top 10 on Billboard's Top 100. They split up in 1965, but were back in 1970 with a near original lineup, Clarence Quick, Kripp Johnson, Norman Wright, Dave Lerchey, and William Blakely. Although a couple of members died over the years, the Del Vikings were featured on the PBS special KPBS Doo Wop Show in 1999, which is when this performance was filmed.
Tags: del  vikings  come  go  with  me  50s  rock  and  roll  kpbs  doo  wop  show 
Added: 17th February 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Wings TV Tribute NBC Tags:         Wings      TV      Crystal      Bernard      Steven      Weber      Tony      Shalhoub      90s      Sitcom      Airport      Nantucket     
Added: 8th April 2008
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Posted By: pfc
Bernard Goetz Subway Vigilante Bernard (Bernhard) Goetz was riding a New York City subway train on December 22, 1984. Four black youths, aged 18 and 19, menacingly surrounded him and demanded money. Goetz, who had previously been mugged twice, opened fire with a small-calibre handgun. One shot severed the spinal cord of one of the assailants, permanently paralyzing him. The other three were less seriously wounded. Goetz fled the subway car but eventually turned himself into police nine days later. Dubbed the Subway Vigilante by New York's newspapers, Goetz was hailed as a hero by crime-weary New Yorkers after it was discovered the four youths all had long criminal records and admitted to being on their way to steal money from machines at a video arcade. (At the time, an average of 38 crimes were committed in the New York subway system each day!) Goetz was only convicted of a third-degree gun possession felony and served eight months in jail. The three able-bodied felons all committed serious crimes afterwards. One was sentenced to 25 years for raping and sodomizing a pregnant woman.
Tags: Bernard  Goetz  Subway  vigilante 
Added: 29th June 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
The Weather Underground- Warning Strong Language In 1969, a small group of college students announced their intentions to overthrow the U.S. government in opposition to the Vietnam War. This documentary explores the rise and fall of this radical movement as former members speak candidly about the passion that drove them at the time. The film also explores the group in the context of other social movements of the time, featuring interviews with former members of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and the Black Panther Party. The documentary also examines the U.S. government's suppression of dissent during this turbulent era. Using archival footage from the 1960s and 1970s, the film also intersperses recent interviews with high profile ex-Weathermen like Bernardine Dohrn, David Gilbert, Bill Ayers, Mark Rudd and Brian Flanagan, who talk about their involvement in the organization, their experiences, and the trajectory that led them to be placed on the FBI's Most Wanted list.
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Added: 8th October 2008
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Posted By: Cathy
Arnie TV Sitcom Open and Close Titles Arnie was a very entertaining CBS sitcom that ran from 1970 through 1972 and starred Herschel Bernardi, Sue Ane Langdon, and Roger Bowen.
Tags: arnie  herschel  bernadi  sue  ane  langdon  roger  bowen  elaine  shore  cbs  sitcom  short  lived 
Added: 9th November 2008
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Posted By: frank
Eddie Waitkus Shooting 1949 Ballplayer Eddie Waitkus was the shooting victim of an obsessed female fan. Waitkus had broken into the National League with the Chicago Cubs in 1941 but was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in 1949. Nineteen-year-old Ruth Ann Steinhagen of Chicago had become obsessed with Waitkus as a 14-year-old. When he was traded to the Phillies, she snapped. During a Phillies' road trip to Chicago on June 14, 1949, Steinhagen checked into the Edgewater Beach Hotel where the Phillies were staying. She left a note for Waitkus to come to her hotel room to discuss urgent business. Believing the note to be from a friend of a friend, Waitkus arrived at Steinhagen's room and was invited in. Steinhagen briefly excused herself and returned with a rifle. Steinhagen blurted, 'You're not going to bother me anymore!' Then she shot Waitkus in the chest and calmly phoned the hotel's front desk to report the shooting. Waitkus nearly died on the operating table several times, but pulled through. He continued his major league career until 1955. Steinhagen was never charged with a crime. Instead she was committed to a mental institution. After three years she was deemed sane and released. Waitkus' shooting inspired Bernard Malamud's story 'The Natural.' Waitkus died in 1972, at age 53, of esophogeal cancer. Steinhagen is said to still live on Chicago's north side.
Tags: Eddie  Waitkus  shooting  Ruth  Ann  Steinhagen 
Added: 26th October 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bernard Jackson-Surface Sings at Wedding Probably the most used wedding song of the 90s, it was neat to record a wedding when the lead singer of the band Surface sang iit live for the first dance.
Tags: Bernard  Jackson-Surface  Sings  at  Wedding 
Added: 10th May 2011
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Posted By: Steve

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