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Mothers Day Intruder on Whats My Line Why live TV is better than taped shows: On May 10, 1959, an intruder rushed onto the set of What's My Line. Milton Berle had just been revealed as the mystery guest. The Associated Press reported what occurred: "...a man in the studio audience of 550 left his seat, walked to the stage, and approached the official guest, comedian Milton Berle. The man shook hands with Berle. He then announced "I finally made it on Mothers Day." Without another word, the man walked backstage. Police later identified him as Cornelius McConell, 44, a New York City postal worker. He was sent to Bellevue Hospital for psychiatric examination."
Tags: Whats  My  Line  intruder 
Added: 11th May 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Our Miss Brooks After searching everywhere for even one clip of Our Miss Brooks, I finally found one! I don't know how many will remember this show, but I'm sure everyone remembers Richard Crenna, who played Walter Denton. This show became a real classic, and its comedy is timeless. This episode first aired on November 7, 1952. Walter invents a new type of clear paint that is great for fixing cracks and scratches in walls. Mr. Conklin orders Miss Brooks to fix up his office after Mr. Stone, the head of the board, notices how beat up the office is. Mr. Boynton decides to help Connie and Walter paint Mr. Conklin's office with Walter's new invention.
Tags: our  miss  brooks  eve  arden  richard  crenna  gale  gordon  50 
Added: 26th January 2008
Views: 2434
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Posted By: Babs64
Teenagers From Outer Space with Trivia and Tidbits Are you ready for a really BAD movie? In 1959, on a shoe-string budget, director Tom Graeff produced, wrote, filmed, edited and had a starring role in his movie 'Teenagers from Outer Space', which was released as a double feature with the second Godzilla film 'Gigantis, the Fire Monster, and was shown mostly at drive-ins. Tom's boyfriend, Chuck Roberts, under the stage name of David Love, is one of a "gang of spaced-out teens" sent to Earth to prepare the way for a lobster-like race of invaders. When one of the 'delinquents', Derek (David Love), falls for an Earth girl, the others hunt him down with ray-guns. All the while, the alien monster grows so large it can attack the nearby town. Would you be honest enough to admit if you actually paid good money to see this?
Tags: teenagers  from  outer  space  tom  graeff  bad  science  fiction  films 
Added: 27th January 2008
Views: 1750
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Posted By: Naomi
Its Not Unusual  This is Tom Jones Gee, I wonder where Mr. Brady got his image? A spitting image!
Tags: Its  Not  Unusual  -  This  is  Tom  Jones 
Added: 27th January 2008
Views: 5174
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Posted By: pfc
Classic Candid Camera The 'Inexperienced Dentist' stunt, with Betsy Palmer as a fledgling dentist.. and boy did they pick the right victim...I love New Yorkers!!
Tags: candid  camera  dentist  stunt  60s  television  comedy  new  york 
Added: 27th January 2008
Views: 3541
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Posted By: Naomi
Im On Fire - 5000 Volts aka Tina Charles This was Tina Charles's most famous song, but she sang it for the one hit wonder group 5,000 Volts.
Tags: Im  On  Fire  -  5000  Volts  aka  Tina  Charles 
Added: 28th January 2008
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Posted By: Old Fart
Jill Clayburg passes at age 66 Oscar-nominated actress Jill Clayburgh died at her home in Lakeville, Connecticut on Friday, November 5 at the age of 66, The New York Times reported. Jill died of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, with which she had lived for 21 years, her playwright husband David Rabe said.
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Added: 8th November 2010
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Posted By: Cliffy
Anchors Aweigh Gene Kelly had a novel idea for his seventh film, the 1945 production Anchor's Aweigh. He wanted to dance with an animated character. As luck would have it a partnership of animators, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, who had arrived at MGM around the same time as Kelly, had created the cat and mouse duo Tom and Jerry. In 1944, when Kelly was looking for a dancing partner, the Tom and Jerry series was riding high having just received back to back Academy Award wins for Animated Short Film. Jerry therefore was an obvious next choice. Gene Kelly and Jerry Mouse made cinematic history as the first dance partnership between a live person and an animated character. This is also pretty much the only time you will hear Jerry Mouse speak and sing.
Tags: anchors  aweigh  gene  kelly  jerry  mouse  live  action  animation 
Added: 29th January 2008
Views: 2280
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Posted By: Naomi
Three Legged Man Frank Lentini Sicilian-born Francesco (Frank) Lentini was a familiar figure in the early years of the 20th century for an obvious reason: He was born with three legs. One of the legs was malformed (probably from a twin that did not develop properly in his mother's womb). It served no useful purpose other than providing Lentini with a portable stool! Lentini's father was ashamed of him and exiled him from home. Lentini grew up withdrawn and depressed until he visited a home for the handicapped and saw children who were far worse off than he was. He emigrated to America in 1898 at the age of nine. Billed as the Three-Legged Wonder, Lentini appeared in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and Ringling Brothers' circus. Lentini eventually married and fathered four normal children. He died in Florida in 1966 at the age of 77.
Tags: Frank  Lentini  three  legs 
Added: 30th January 2008
Views: 8987
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Posted By: Lava1964
Robert Wadlow Worlds Tallest Man The tallest man who ever lived was Robert Wadlow of Alton, Illinois. He was measured at an amazing 8 feet 11 inches just before his death in 1940. His enormous height was due to an overactive pituitary gland. Apparently surgery to correct the problem was deemed too risky. Wadlow's growth showed no signs of ever stopping. At age eight Wadlow stood 6-foot-2 and he was already taller and stronger than his father. At 13, when he was a Boy Scout, he was 7-foot-4. He attended college for one year until his size made such tasks as note-taking impossible. (His hands were too huge to manipulate a pen.) By the time he was 20, Wadlow needed special metal braces to support his legs. They inadvertently caused his death at age 21: One brace chafed Wadlow's leg causing an infection that led to a fatal case of blood poisoning. Wadlow's coffin was encased in cement to prevent grave robbers from stealing it.
Tags: Robert  Wadlow 
Added: 30th January 2008
Views: 2700
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Posted By: Lava1964

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