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Thoroughly Modern Millie i guess i was 9 when this came out and even then i was fascinated with the old fashion . . a hint of things to come, i guess!
Tags: 1967      Thoroughly  Modern  Millie      Julie  Andrews      John  Gavin      Pat  Morita      Mary  Tyler  Moore      Ross  Hunter  film 
Added: 3rd May 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Worlds First Crossword Puzzle Here’s the very first crossword puzzle, designed by Arthur Wynne. It appeared in the New York World on December 21, 1913. 2-3. 4-5. 6-7. 10-11. 14-15. 18-19. 22-23. 26-27. 28-29. 30-31. 8-9. 12-13. 16-17. 20-21. 24-25. 10-18. What bargain hunters enjoy. A written acknowledgment. Such and nothing more. A bird. Opposed to less. What this puzzle is. An animal of prey. The close of a day. To elude. The plural of is. To cultivate. A bar of wood or iron. What artists learn to do. Fastened. Found on the seashore. The fiber of the gomuti palm. 6-22. 4-26. 2-11. 19-28. F-7. 23.30. 1-32. 33-34. N-8. 24-31. 3-12. 20-29. 5-27. 9- 25. 13-21. What we all should be. A day dream. A talon. A pigeon. Part of your head. A river in Russia. To govern. An aromatic plant. A fist. To agree with. Part of a ship. One. Exchanging. To sink in mud. A boy.
Tags: crossword  puzzle      1913      Arthur  Wynne 
Added: 3rd April 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Justin Wilson Squirrel Hunting Justin was one of the best! Cajun Louisiana Style
Tags: Love  It! 
Added: 21st May 2008
Views: 1943
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Posted By: Marty6697
The New Treasure Hunt Anyone else remember this wacky, syndicated game show? Airing from 1974 through 1977, it was sort of a cross between Let's Make A Deal and Deal Or No Deal. A lucky contestant chose one of 30 numbered boxes. A box might contain anything from a worthless prize (known as a clunk) to $25,000--a fantastic sum back then. After choosing a box, the contestant was put through an emotional wringer by host Geoff Edwards. This clip from 1976 provides a good example of what typically occurred on this show.
Tags: New  Treasure  Hunt 
Added: 4th March 2008
Views: 3053
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Posted By: Lava1964
The 405 and Senior Drivers Tags:   405    Movie    Short    Film    Humor    Comedy    Airplane    Freeway    Bruce    Branit    Jeremy    Hunt   
Added: 19th April 2008
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Posted By: Cliffy
1915 Scottish Railroad Disaster The worst railroad disaster in history occurred on May 22, 1915 near Gretna Green, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. It is commonly known as the Quintinshill Disaster, having been named for the location of a nearby intermediate signal box with passing loops on each side on the Caledonian Railway Main Line linking Glasgow and Carlisle. The crash, which involved five trains, killed a probable 226 people and injured 246 others. Those killed were mainly territorial soldiers from the Royal Scots heading for the Gallipoli front in the First World War. The precise number of dead was never established with certainty as the roll list of the regiment was destroyed by the fire. The crash occurred when a troop train travelling from Larbert, Stirlingshire to Liverpool, Lancashire collided with a local passenger train that had been shunted on to the main line, to then be hit by an express train to Glasgow which crashed into the wreckage a minute later. Gas from the lighting system of the old wooden carriages of the troop train ignited, starting a fire which soon engulfed the three passenger trains and also two goods trains standing on nearby passing loops. A number of bodies were never recovered, having been wholly consumed by the fire. The bodies that were recovered were buried together in a mass grave in Edinburgh's Rosebank Cemetery. Such was the scope of the disaster that many of the rescuers wrongly assumed the trains had been targets of German saboteurs. Four bodies, believed to be of children, were never identified or claimed and are buried in the Western Necropolis, Glasgow. The cause of the accident was poor working practices on the part of the two signalmen involved. It was discovered that the two men often colluded to falsify their records of when they relieved each other, routinely did not follow regulations properly, and engaged in other unsafe practices. The results of the official inquiry into the disaster led to their imprisonment for culpable homicide after legal proceedings in both Scotland and England. A memorial to the dead soldiers was erected soon after the accident. There are a number of more recent memorials at various locations. An annual remembrance service is held at Rosebank Cemetery.
Tags: Scotland  1915  train  disaster 
Added: 13th December 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Calvin And The Colonel Never saw this but found it on a hunt around. Maybe it'll jog some of you guys memories. I just love the product ads and it's better than the 70 cents variety!
Tags: Calvin  And  The  Colonel  60s  Cartoon 
Added: 11th June 2008
Views: 1572
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Posted By: donmac101
Sea Hunt- Lloyd Bridges Tags: Sea  Hunt  Lloyd  Bridges  Classic    Television    1950s  50s 
Added: 31st October 2008
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Posted By: Cliffy
TGIF Christmastime Friday Night on ABC 2003 The 2003 TGIF Christmastime schedule. Married to the Keelys; Hope & Faith; and Life with Bonnie. Do you remember this lineup?
Tags: tgif  abc  friday  night  life  with  bonnie  hunt  christmas  episodes  married  to  the  kellys  hope  and  faith 
Added: 9th December 2008
Views: 1926
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Posted By: frank
1903 World Series Photo One of my favorite sports photos. It was taken at Boston's Huntington Avenue Base Ball Grounds sometime during the 1903 World Series. Some captions claim it was taken before the first game. Other captions claim it was taken after the seventh game. Notice the fans standing behind ropes in the outfield. This was a common practise in those days to squeeze more paying customers into sold out games. Special ground rules had to be made to deal with batted balls that flew or rolled into the crowd.
Tags: 1903  World  Series 
Added: 19th December 2008
Views: 1642
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Posted By: Lava1964

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