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King of the Road By Roger Miller A little corny but I liked it
Tags: King  of  the  Road  Roger  Miller 
Added: 19th June 2009
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Posted By: TheSaint
Iron Butterfly for Ban Roll On Commerical Tags: Iron  Butterfly  for  Ban  Roll  On  Commercial  Rock  and  Roll  Acid  Rock  psychedelic  rock  In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida  heavy  metal,[1]  acid  rock,  blues  rock,  hard  rock   
Added: 5th July 2014
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Posted By: Music Maiden
100th Anniversary of First Chaplin Film February 2, 2014 marked the hundredth anniversary of the release of Charlie Chaplin's first film--Making A Living. In this film made by Keystone Studios, Chaplin plays a swindler dressed in a long coat and top hat who sported a long mustache and a monocle. Chaplin's famous Little Tramp character would debut in his next fim, Kid Auto Races at Venice. He did, however, carry a cane and wear baggy pants in this one. Years later Chaplin said he was disappointed that his funniest scene in Making A Living was cut out of the film by actor/director Henry Lehrman, the other man in this photo. Film historians suspect Lehrman, who had a reputation for being self-centered, did not want to be upstaged by Chaplin. Within a short time Chaplin became so enormously popular that he demanded--and got--artistic control over all his films.
Tags: Charlie  Chaplin  Making  a  Living   
Added: 3rd February 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Veteran Newsman Walter Cronkite Reported Gravely Ill There are reports that veteran newsman Walter Cronkite is gravely ill. The 92-year-old former anchor of "The CBS Evening News," who has been ailing for some time, has reportedly taken a turn for the worse, according to TVNewser and other online sites. CBS News spokesman Kevin Tedesco had no comment on Friday. Bob Schieffer said, "All of us are praying for the best, and our thoughts are with Walter's family." The host of CBS'"Face the Nation" and a longtime Cronkite colleague, Schieffer noted that he had no current news on Cronkite's condition. The face of CBS News for more than two decades, Cronkite was named "the most trusted man in America" in a 1972 "trust index" survey, and he ended each broadcast with the reassuring signoff, "And that's the way it is." He left the "Evening News" anchor desk in 1981, but after that kept a busy schedule both in journalistic and other activities. For 24 years, he served as onsite host for New Year's Day telecasts by the Vienna Philharmonic until ill health forced him to bow out earlier this year.
Tags: walter  cronkite  cbs  evening  news  newsmen 
Added: 19th June 2009
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Posted By: Naomi
Australian PM Vanishes - 1967 Harold Holt, the 58-year-old prime minister of Australia, who had been in office only 22 months, vanished while swimmiming in the ocean late in 1967. On the morning of Sunday, December 17, Holt together with friends Christopher Anderson, Jan Lee and George Illson and his two bodyguards, drove down from Melbourne to see the British yachtsman Alec Rose sail through Port Phillip Heads in his boat Lively Lady to complete a leg of his solo circumnavigation of the globe, which started and ended in England. Around noon, the party drove to one of Holt's favorite swimming and snorkelling spots, Cheviot Beach on Point Nepean near Portsea, on the eastern arm of Port Phillip Bay. Holt decided to go swimming, although the surf was heavy and Cheviot Beach was notorious for its strong currents and dangerous rip tides. Ignoring his friends' pleas not to go in, Holt began swimming, but soon disappeared from view. Fearing the worst, his friends raised the alarm. Within a short time, the beach and the water off shore were being searched by a large contingent of police, Royal Australian Navy divers, Royal Australian Air Force helicopters, Army personnel from nearby Point Nepean and local volunteers. This quickly escalated into one of the largest search operations in Australian history, but no trace of Holt was ever found. Two days later, the government made an official announcement that Holt was presumed dead. Deputy Prime Minister John McEwen was sworn in as caretaker Prime Minister until such time as the governing Liberal party could elect a new leader. There were many rumors surrounding Holt's strange death, including claims that he had committed suicide or faked his own death in order to run away with his mistress. The mystery became the subject of numerous urban myths in Australia, including persistent claims that he was kidnapped (or rescued) by a Chinese submarine, or the far-fetched claim that he had been abducted by a UFO.
Tags: Australia  Harold  Holt  PM  vanishes 
Added: 6th February 2014
Views: 1495
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Posted By: Lava1964
Little Anthony and The Imperials - Going Out Of My Head Something is not quite right with the video but the song is awesome!
Tags:     little    anthony    imperials    seventies    70 
Added: 19th July 2009
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Posted By: Old Fart
Mona McCluskey - Forgotten Sitcom Mona McCluskey was an NBC sitcom starring Juliet Prowse and Denny Miller. Prowse played the title character, a glamorous movie star, who is forced to live a more frugal life on the salary of her serviceman husband. The series was produced by George Burns. It debuted on September 16, 1965 and was axed after its 26th episode was broadcast on April 14, 1966. Here's the brief opening sequence.
Tags: Mona  McCluskey  sitcom  NBC  Juliet  Prowse 
Added: 7th February 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bette Midler Is That All There Is I like this version...but I like Peggy Lee's better.
Tags: Bette  Midler 
Added: 21st July 2009
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Posted By: Carl1957
Henry Cooper Decks Cassius Clay The most critical moment in the boxing career of Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali) occurred in this June 18, 1963 fight at London's Wembley stadium versus lightly regarded British champion Henry Cooper. A Clay victory would pretty much assure him of a title fight versus Sonny Liston. But wait! Watch Clay get decked by a Cooper left hook at the end of round four. Round five was delayed slightly when a tear in one of Clay's gloves was brought to the attention of referee Tommy Little. Some people believe the extra few seconds between rounds--and it was only a slight delay despite the persistent myth that claims round five was delayed anywhere from three to ten minutes--allowed the dazed Clay precious extra time to recover his senses.
Tags: Cassius  Clay  Henry  Cooper  boxing 
Added: 21st July 2009
Views: 2987
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Posted By: Lava1964
Stuart Pearce Redemption PK It is virtually unknown in the United States, but this is one of the great redemption moments in all sports: Stuart Pearce's penalty kick at Euro '96. At the 1990 World Cup tournament in Italy, England lost their semifinal versus West Germany when Pearce failed to score in a penalty shootout. Six years later, when England hosted Euro '96, the England-Spain quarterfinal went to a penalty shootout. Despite the baggage from his 1990 failure, Pearce bravely volunteered to take one of England's penalty kicks. His reaction upon scoring ran the gamut of emotions.
Tags: Stuart  Pearce  penalty  kick  redemption  soccer 
Added: 7th February 2014
Views: 1258
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Posted By: Lava1964

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