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Relations Tags: Relations  comics  on  aging 
Added: 11th June 2008
Views: 2386
Posted By: Freckles
Cyber Sex I just had to.....
Tags: cyber  sex  comics  on  aging 
Added: 25th June 2008
Views: 2241
Posted By: Naomi
Superman Muhammad Ali Comic Book DC Comics put out this 'Superman vs. Muhammad Ali' comic book in the late 1970s. They must have printed way more than they sold. I remember them being advertised on TV as 'collectors items' in the mid-1980s. (By the late 1970s, Ali was a mere shell of his former self, so I'd bet on Superman.)
Tags: comic  book  Muhammad  Ali  Superman 
Added: 13th July 2008
Views: 1398
Posted By: Lava1964
Hearing Aid Shop Tags: Hearing  Aid  Shop  Comics  On  Aging 
Added: 17th September 2008
Views: 2065
Posted By: Cathy
Caption This Photo Tags: Caption  This  Photo  Comics  On  Aging  Bathing  Suit 
Added: 10th October 2008
Views: 1805
Posted By: Cliffy
Make Me Laugh Make Me Laugh was a TV game show in the mid-70's where a contestant had to not laugh for 60 seconds while comics tried to make them laugh. This contestant was funnier than the comics themselves. Try not to laugh!
Tags: Game  Shows,  Humor 
Added: 14th January 2009
Views: 1643
Posted By: Carl1957
Florida Biker and His Babe Tags: florida  biker  and  his  babe  comics  on  aging 
Added: 18th May 2009
Views: 2528
Posted By: Naomi
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend" is a country and cowboy-style song. It was written on June 5, 1948 by Stan Jones. A number of versions were crossover hits on the pop charts in 1949. The ASCAP database lists the song as "Riders in the Sky" (title code: 480028324), but the title has been written as "Ghost Riders", "Ghost Riders in the Sky", and "A Cowboy Legend". [#2 country, #1 pop, 1949] Bucky Pizzarelli and Don Costa were on the original recording session in Chicago. The song tells a folk tale of a cowboy who has a vision of red-eyed, steel-hooved cattle thundering across the sky, being chased by the spirits of damned cowboys. One warns him that if he does not change his ways, he will be doomed to join them, forever "trying to catch the Devil's herd across these endless skies". Jones said that he had been told the story when he was 12 years old by an old cowboy friend. The story resembles the northern European mythic Wild Hunt. The melody is based on the song "When Johnny Comes Marching Home". According to Robby Krieger, it inspired the classic Doors song "Riders on the Storm". The song was also the inspiration for the Marvel Comics Western character "Ghost Rider" later renamed Phantom Rider (not to be confused with the later character named "Ghost Rider").
Tags: Vaughn,  Monroe,  Riders,  In,  Sky,  Ghost 
Added: 29th June 2014
Views: 4755
Posted By: 1jazzguy
Hal Block WML Outcast Hal Block was a regular panelist on What's My Line? from 1950 to 1953. He started his career as a joke writer in Chicago and once toured overseas with Bob Hope. He was not well liked by the other WML panelists because of his lack of dignity. Years later Bennett Cerf referred to Block as 'a clod.' WML producer Gil Fates recalled, 'Hal was a strange man. He was rumored to have come from a very wealthy family in Chicago, where he wrote material for some of the standout, stand-up comics in the business. He was stocky with curly black hair, heavy lips, and rather bulging eyes. He wore bow ties, stood around with his hands clasped behind his back, and smiled most of the time. He seemed completely uninhibited by either sensitivity or propriety. He referred to Ethel Barrymore as 'you doll' and planted big wet kisses on both Sister Kenny and Helen Hayes as they passed down the panel to say goodbye. For our deodorant sponsor he gratuitously coined the phrase, 'Make your armpit a charmpit.' Hal was totally oblivious to the panel's distaste for his jokes or to the icy correctness with which John Daly would greet one of his appalling observations. 'You're the prettiest nun I ever saw,' he once complimented a Dominican Sister in full habit. 'So what was so wrong?' he asked in defense. 'She was a real doll.' You couldn't teach the meaning of good taste to Hal any more than StarKist could teach it to Charlie the Tuna. Hal's relationship to the show was much like that of the small-town, stay-at-home wife to her rising young corporate executive husband. Hal had served his purpose when the program was young, but now that we were a class product his gaucheries were no longer tolerable.' In March 1953 Block was quietly replaced on the WML panel by the much more urbane Steve Allen. Block died, pretty much forgotten, from injuries he suffered in an apartment fire, in 1981 at age 67.
Tags: Hal  Block  Whats  My  Line  panelist 
Added: 17th November 2009
Views: 4246
Posted By: Lava1964
LOVE IS Can you remember when these were in the paper daily? Love is... is a comic strip created by New Zealand artist Kim Grove in the late 1960s- Lets try to remember some or make up some more of Our own. Here is one- LOVE IS... Is like finding PURE GOLD *** Join Me and ADD Your Favorites
Added: 24th November 2009
Views: 1901
Posted By: mia_bambina

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