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Field of Dreams Final Scene 'Hey, Dad, do you want to have a catch?' There's something about baseball and its generational link to fathers and sons. Most guys are too macho to admit it, but this final scene from Field Of Dreams (1988) usually gets to them.
Tags: Field  of  Dreams  catch  scene 
Added: 8th December 2007
Views: 7492
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Posted By: Lava1964
Folgers Coffee Commercial Here's one of those old-style coffee commercials that wouldn't fly today. Macho-jerk husband criticizes his pretty wife's coffee-making skills. The solution is to switch to Folgers, of course. Now 'sir' is a happy macho-jerk and the pretty wife is once again in his good graces.
Tags: sexist  coffee  commercial  Folgers 
Added: 16th December 2007
Views: 2671
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Posted By: Lava1964
Roberto Duran Quits Versus Ray Leonard 1980 November 25, 1980 saw one of the strangest occurrences in boxing history: Roberto Duran quit during the eighth round of his world welterweight title defense versus Sugar Ray Leonard. The surrender was all the more strange because of Duran's macho reputation.
Tags: Roberto  Duran  Ray  Leonard  1980 
Added: 12th January 2008
Views: 1910
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Posted By: Lava1964
Alpo Commercial 1974 Judging by the macho-jerk guy in this clip, this looks like one of those sexist Folger's coffee commercials from the early 1960s, but it's an Alpo dog food commercial from 1974.
Tags: Alpo  dog  food  commercial 
Added: 12th June 2008
Views: 2098
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Posted By: Lava1964
Macho Man Randy Savage dies in a car crash "Macho Man" Randy Savage, a professional wrestler who became a fan favorite thanks to his outlandish outfits and trademark catchphrase, died Friday in a car wreck, according to TMZ. The 58-year-old Savage reportedly suffered a heart attack while driving his 2009 Jeep Wrangler in Tampa, Fla., and careened across lanes of oncoming traffic before colliding head-on with a tree. He died later at a local hospital. Savage's wife Lynn, who was riding in the passenger seat, escaped with only minor injuries. Both passengers were wearing seatbelts and the police do not believe alcohol was a factor. The World Wrestling Federation favorite from Ohio burst onto the scene in 1985 and quickly drew attention with his flamboyant outfits and "ooh yeah!" catchphrase. His marriage to Elizabeth Hulette, Ms. Elizabeth to fans, was one of the first high-profile wrestler/valet relationships. They divorced in 1992. Savage remarried last year. He won two WWF championships in his career. His match against Ricky Steamboat in 1987's Wrestlemania III is considered one of the best WWF bouts ever. Savage won the title late that year, setting the stage for memorable battles with Hulk Hogan, who would eventually dethrone him as champion. Savage also appeared in memorable ads for Slim Jim and played a wrestler in the 2002 hit film "Spider-Man."
Tags: Macho  Man  Randy  Savage  dies  in  a  car  crash 
Added: 20th May 2011
Views: 1523
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Posted By: Cliffy
Deacon Jones on The Brady Bunch Deacon Jones died on June 3, 2013 at the age of 74. Jones was undoubtedly one of the greatest defensive players in the history of the National Football League. Had accurate totals of sacks been counted in Jones' era, many fans believe he might still hold the all-time NFL record nearly 40 years after he retired. (One source credits Jones 26 unofficial sacks in the 14-game 1967 season---which would be a single-season NFL record. Sacks weren't officially recorded in the NFL until 1982.) Despite his football prowess, my first memory of Jones comes from this 1971 episode of The Brady Bunch in which he played himself. The plot revolves around Peter being teased by his macho football teammates because he sings with a glee club.
Tags: Deacon  Jones  The  Brady  Bunch 
Added: 6th June 2013
Views: 1174
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Posted By: Lava1964
Vanishing TV Character - Ginny Wroblicki One Day at a Time was a CBS sitcom that garnered decent ratings during its nine-year run from 1975 through 1984. The show's premise was that a new divorcee, Ann Romano (played by Bonnie Franklin), had relocated to Indianapolis with her two daughters to begin life anew. A brash character named Ginny Wroblicki joined the cast in the show's second season as the family's apartment-building neighbor. Wroblicki (played by Mary Louise Wilson) was described by Total Television as a "brassy cocktail waitress." In her first appearance on the show, Wroblicki initially quarrels with Ann without much provocation, but in the end Wroblicki helps Ann thwart a dishonest, fly-by-night upholstering business that was trying to overcharge her. In a couple of episodes Wroblicki was the romantic interest of Dwayne Schneider, the macho apartment superintendent (played by Pat Harrington). Wroblicki's character got mixed reviews. Some fans liked her in-your-face persona while others found it too overbearing and unappealing. (One critic said Wroblicki was "mannish." Another said she "looked like she had been around the block about 10 times.") She vanished after the 1976-77 season never to be heard from again. According to some scuttlebutt, Bonnie Franklin convinced CBS to dump the Ginny Wroblicki character from the show because she feared Wilson was upstaging her.
Tags: Ginny  Wroblicki  One  Day  at  a  Time  sitcom 
Added: 4th November 2014
Views: 5014
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Posted By: Lava1964

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