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Michael Landon sings Michael Landon once appeared on Hullabaloo (a short-lived NBC ripoff of ABC's Shindig) and sang You Were On My Mind--and here's the proof. Brace yourselves. This is not pleasant.
Tags: Michael  Landon 
Added: 1st October 2007
Views: 2949
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bobby Goldsboro  LITTLE THINGS From the tv show Hullabaloo in 1965. Bobby Goldsboro started out in the early sixties as a guitarist with Roy Orbison. During his three years with Orbison he traveled all over the world and even toured with The Beatles. In 1964 he began his solo career by recording the first of a string of sixteen top-forty hits, “See the Funny Little Clown.” One of his first concert bookings had him opening for the Rolling Stones on their first U.S. tour. More million-selling hits followed, setting the stage for 1968 and the classic, “Honey,” which became the largest-selling record in the world. “Watching Scotty Grow,” “Little Green Apples” and “With Pen in Hand” have also become classics.
Tags: bobby  goldsboro  little  things  60s  music 
Added: 10th November 2007
Views: 3083
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Posted By: Babs64
Brenda Lee  Thanks a Lot It was February 2, 1965, and NBC was airing the fourth show of a weekly series entitled 'Hullabaloo'. It was hosted by Paul Anka, and featured Brenda Lee singing her new release, 'Thanks a Lot.'
Tags: hullabaloo  paul  anka  brenda  lee  thanks  a  lot  rock  and  roll  music 
Added: 23rd December 2007
Views: 1568
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Posted By: Naomi
The Birdwatchers from Miami 60s Finally I found a clip from my high school days in Miami from 1966! The Birdwatchers were a garage rock-pop band in the Miami area. They dabbled with an Everly Brothers sound in their early career (1964), even releasing a version of "Wake Up Little Susie" on a local Florida label. In 1966, the band released a clutch of garage-pop 45s, including this one called, 'Girl I Got News for You'. I don't think they ever got much further than this, even though they did have an appearance on Hullabaloo.
Tags: the  birdwatchers  miami  bands  1960 
Added: 6th January 2008
Views: 1994
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Posted By: Naomi
Bobby Hull Celebrates 50 Goals Bobby Hull of the Chicago Blackhawks shows the puck with which he scored his milestone 50th goal of the 1965-66 NHL season.
Tags: Boby  Hull  hockey 
Added: 15th March 2009
Views: 1673
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bobby Hull Tribute This is a tribute video to Bobby Hull--the hockey player with the huge slapshot and equally huge heart. The tremendously popular Hull is famous for never refusing to sign an autograph.
Tags: Bobby  Hull 
Added: 7th June 2008
Views: 1260
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Posted By: Lava1964
Cardiff Giant Hoax 1869 The first great hoax in American history was the Cardiff Giant. In 1868, a wealthy American tobacconist and atheist named George Hull got into an argument with a minister about a passage in the book of Genesis that claimed that giant men once walked the earth. Inspired, Hull decided to create a fake petrified giant and foist it on the gullible public. He hired men in Fort Dodge, Iowa to carve him a 10-foot long block of gypsum. (Hull told them it was for a monument to Abraham Lincoln.) Hull sent the gypsum block to a stonecutter in Chicago to have it secretly carved into the likeness of a man. Once the work was completed, Hull had the carving sent to his cousin's farm in Cardiff, New York. There Hull artificially aged his giant with acid and buried it in the ground for 11 months. On October 16, 1869, two men hired to dig a well 'found' the giant. (This photo shows it being 'exhumed' from Hull's hiding place.) The story of the giant's discovery spread like wildfire. Hull initially charged the curious public 25 cents apiece to view the giant. He later upped the price to 50 cents. Despite scientists universally claiming the Cardiff Giant to be a hoax, Hull sold it for $37,500 to a five-man syndicate headed by David Hannon and laughed all the way to the bank. (The hoax had cost Hull about $2,600, so the sale netted him more than 14 times what he had spent!) P.T. Barnum tried to buy or rent the giant from Hannon for $60,000, but his offer was refused. Not to be outdone, Barnum had his own giant made, displayed it at his museum, and declared Hannon's giant was a fake! On December 10, Hull publicly confessed to his hoax. Meanwhile Hannon and Barnum were busily suing and countersuing each other over who possessed the real Cardiff Giant. Only in America...
Tags: Cardiff  Giant  hoax 
Added: 10th July 2008
Views: 14065
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Posted By: Lava1964
Dionne Warwick - Message To Michael on Hullabaloo Tags: Dionne  Warwick  -  Message  To  Michael  on  Hullabaloo  classic  soft  rock  60s  1960s 
Added: 18th November 2010
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Frankie Avalon and the Supremes Stop In The Name of Love on the tv show Hullabaloo in 1965.
Tags: Frankie  Avalon  The  Supremes  Stop  In  the  Name  of  Love 
Added: 20th July 2009
Views: 1564
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Posted By: Carl1957
Banana-Blade Hockey Sticks The blades on hockey sticks used to be completely straight. In 1927, Cy Denneny of the Ottawa Senators briefly experimented with a blade he had curved using hot water. Nothing came of it. Four decades later, Stan Mikita of the Chicago Blackhawks partially broke the blade of one of his sticks during a practice. He took a shot with it for kicks. Voila! The puck did some fancy dancing through the air much like a knuckleball does. Mikita and teammate Bobby Hull began experimenting with different versions--some with ridiculous curves they dubbed 'banana blades.' Although they had some obvious drawbacks--accurate passing and backhand shots were much more difficult--the warped pieces of wood immediately became formidable weapons. Of course, the banana blades were universally despised by goalies because the netminders had no idea where the puck was headed. (In all honesty, neither did the shooters!) In an era when some goalies didn't wear masks, there was a serious risk of injury, so the extreme blades were outlawed. Today a curve of only 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch is permitted in organized hockey. A hockey ref once told me that if you put a dime on its edge and it fits under the blade of a stick, the curve is illegal.
Tags: hockey  banana  blades 
Added: 29th November 2010
Views: 3130
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Posted By: Lava1964

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