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NBC Raid on Entebbe promo 1977 a 1977 promo spot for the NBC debut of "Raid on Entebbe", a made for television account of the commando raid in Uganda dubbed Operation Thunderbolt. Promos for a pair of NBC mystery programs also follow.
Tags: NBC  promo  1970s  1977  Charles  Bronson  Peter  Finch  raid  on  Entebbe  Uganda  Rock  Hudson  Karen  Valentine  Jack  Klugman  Quincy  McMillan   
Added: 1st September 2009
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Posted By: robatsea
Rock Hudson Mae West Baby It's Cold Outside from a 1957 Awards Show
Tags: Rock  Hudson  Mae  West  Baby  It's  Cold  Outside  1957  Awards  Show 
Added: 4th February 2010
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Posted By: Carl1957
The Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show-intro Tags: The  Hudson  Brothers  Razzle  Dazzle  Show-intro  CBS  Saturday  Morning   
Added: 22nd January 2011
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Posted By: Freckles
The Hudson Brothers-Rondevous Tags: The  Hudson  Brothers-Rondevous    Teen  Idols  70s  1970s  kids    Brett    Mark    Bill  Hudson 
Added: 22nd January 2011
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Posted By: Freckles
Confidential Magazine Confidential was a periodical published quarterly from December 1952 to August 1953, and then bi-monthly until 1978. It was founded by Robert Harrison and is considered a pioneer in scandal, gossip, and exposÚ journalism. Newsweek said Confidential focused on 'sin and sex with a seasoning of right wing politics.' Its journalism consisted of equal parts of innuendo and exposÚs. For example, the magazine alleged that Bing Crosby was a wife beater and that Rock Hudson and Liberace were homosexuals (It referred to them as 'Lavender Lads.'). It also revealed that Robert Mitchum had been charged with smoking marijuana. Apart from spreading gossip and outing homosexuals, Confidential combined its exposÚs with a conservative agenda especially targeted at those who sympathised with the political left and at celebrities that it claimed were engaged in 'miscegenation.' Humphrey Bogart described the publication's popularity: 'Everybody reads it--but they say the cook brought it into the house.' Comedian Groucho Marx once wrote to Confidential's editor, 'If you don't stop writing nasty things about me, I'll be forced to cancel my subscription.'
Tags: scandal  gossip  Confidential  magazine 
Added: 23rd February 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964
1960 US Olympic Boxing Trials - Clay vs Hudson Few people realize how close Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali) was to not qualifying for the 1960 Rome Olympics. In the light heavyweight championship bout of the Olympic boxing trials in San Francisco, Clay faced hard-hitting Allen Hudson of the US Army. In the final round shown in this clip, Hudson floored Clay. Clay immediately rose and connected with a solid right hand that sent Hudson to the canvas. Hudson got up too but he was in no condition to continue. Clay got the Olympic team berth, the gold medal, and became the most famous man on the planet. Hudson, on the other hand, faded into obscurity. He died in 1996 at the age of 60.
Tags: boxing  US  Olympic  trials  1960  Clay  Hudson 
Added: 21st December 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Hans Schmidt - Murdering Priest Father Hans Schmidt, a handsome Catholic priest originally from Germany, is the only person from his profession ever to be executed in American history. Born in Bavaria in 1881, Schmidt immigrated to the United States in 1909. He was first assigned to a church in Louisville, KY, but a dispute with a fellow priest prompted his relocation to St. Boniface Church in New York City. He quickly gained a reputation of being a fiery orator whose sermons often warned about the temptations of the flesh. Anna Aumuller, an attractive Austrian housekeeper employed by the rectory, caught his eye. The feeling was mutual. Contrary his vows of celibacy, Schmidt became sexually involved with Anna. It was later discovered the two were secretly married in a service of dubious legal standing performed by Schmidt himself! Anna became pregnant shortly thereafter. Schmidt realized this development would be the end of his priesthood, so he slit Anna's throat on September 2, 1913, dismembered her body, and dumped the pieces into the Hudson River. Nevertheless, the victim was identified because parts of the body had been wrapped in monogrammed linen that Anna had specially ordered. Confronted with this evidence, Schmidt confessed to the murder but attempted an insanity defense. It resulted in one hung jury but he was convicted in a second trial. Schmidt went to his death at Sing Sing Prison's electric chair on February 18, 1916. Police later found that Schmidt had another criminal enterprise: a secret apartment well stocked with counterfeiting equipment. Worse still, it was discovered that a nine-year-old girl had been murdered at Schmidt's former church in Louisville and the body--which the killer had tried to dismember--was buried in the church's basement. The church's janitor had been convicted of the crime, however.
Tags: Hans  Schmidt  murderer  priest 
Added: 14th January 2016
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Posted By: Lava1964

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