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Then and Now- Erin Murphy- Tabitha on Bewitched The topless photo of Erin Murphy on the internet isnít what you think. Erin began her career while still in diapers. Discovered by an agent, as her mother pushed her stroller in Los Angeles, Erin got her first job, playing a boy in a commercial for Folgers Coffee, at eleven months. Her next job was a detergent commercial with future President Ronald Reagan. Right before her second birthday, ABC came calling, and Erin was cast as little witch Tabitha Stephens on the top ten sitcom, Bewitched. Millions of fans around the world tuned in to see if Tabitha had inherited magical powers from her mother Samantha. They delighted in Erinís antics as she turned bullies into bulldogs and bullfrogs, played piano like a maestro and skated like Dorothy Hamill. After eight seasons, 23 Emmy nominations, and 254 episodes, Bewitched gracefully ended without cancellation. Despite the fact that Bewitched was filmed in the 60ís and 70ís, the popularity of the show endures. Entertainment Weekly recently named Bewitched one of the ď100 Greatest TV Shows of All TimeĒ and for the 50th Anniversary of TV Guide. Immediately following Bewitched, Erin turned down a part on The Waltons to go to Girl Scout camp, but she didnít lose her love for the business. During her teens, Erin modeled and did numerous commercials. Today, she is 44 and has worked as a casting director, a makeup artist, a fashion stylist, an acting teacher, a motivational speaker. With her engaging personality, sense of humor and ability to appeal to audiences as diverse as Nickelodeon and Howard Stern, Erin is a popular celebrity host. Sheís been featured on numerous programs, look for her on as the host of the Ab Shark infomercial for Thane & the Bun Shaper infomercial for Emson!
Tags: Then  and  Now-  Erin  Murphy-  Tabitha  on  Bewitched 
Added: 10th March 2009
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Posted By: Steve
Nickelodeon LIVEWIRE Intro from 1983 From 1983 (or thereabouts), here is the intro to Nickelodeon's "Livewire" show - cool, even by today's standards!
Tags: Nickelodeon  Livewire  Ray  Glasser  1983 
Added: 12th July 2009
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Posted By: videoholic
Star Trek Creator Gene Roddenberry on LIVEWIRE 1983 Fron 1983, here is Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry as he appeared on Nickelodeon's "Livewire" show!
Tags: gene  roddenberry  ray  glasser  1983  livewire 
Added: 12th July 2009
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Posted By: videoholic
Commercials from Nickelodeon in the 80s 80s Nickelodeon commercials including: View Master light up light sticks, Kool-Aid, Nick Rocks, Livewire, C-3PO's cereal, M&M's
Tags: nickelodeon  commercials 
Added: 8th August 2009
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Posted By: chrissiek
Nickelodeon Worldwide Day of Play Outside Unbelievable. Worldwide Day of Play is an annual event designed to encourage kids and parents to turn off the television and play, especially outdoors. I never had to be chased outside to play no matter what was on TV.
Tags: Worldwide  Day  of  Play  Outside  Nickelodeon,  Noggin  (now  Nick  Jr.),  The  N  (now  TeenNick),  and  NickToons 
Added: 7th May 2010
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Posted By: Old Fart
OMG Remeber this Nickelodeon Super Toy Run 1993 Nickelodeon Super Toy Run - 1993 Took 16 hours of video down to about 60 Seconds
Tags: Nickelodeon  Super  Toy  Run  -  1993   
Added: 17th August 2012
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Posted By: masonx31
The Original Nickelodeon Magazine PLEASE 1993 1993 Nickelodeon Magazine PLEASE I bet everyone who used to watch Nick everyday like I did can still recite this whole commercial by heart.
Tags: Nickelodeon  Magazine  PLEASE   
Added: 16th August 2012
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Posted By: masonx31
 Commercials on Nickelodeon 1992 Commercials on Nickelodeon 1992 Part I 1. Inside-Out Boy (M.C. Mallet) 2. Next Bumper 3. Nickelodeon ID (Halftime) 4. Bumper 5. Roundhouse Promo 6 Super Mario Kart 7. Littlest Pet Shop 8. Juicy Fruit 9. bumpers 10. Nicktoons Bumper 1.. Nick Salutes Martin Luther King 12. Puppy Surprise 13. Football Cards 14. Frosted Flakes 15. Twix 16. Nickelodeon Wild Side Show 17. Nick's Must Wanted: Yogi Bear promo 18. Next Bumper 19. Nickelodeon ID (Dogs)
Tags:   Commercials  on  Nickelodeon  1992  Part  I 
Added: 18th August 2012
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Posted By: masonx31
Snick Remember when SNICK Premiered? Nickelodeon at night that isnt Nick At Nite? WHAT! THIS IS AMAZING! The thought process of a 6 year old who just found out that Nickelodeon would be on the air until 10 PM on Saturday nights. This was huge for us kids who werent old enough to go out on Saturdays, and it gave us an excuse to beg our parents to let us stay up late. I mean hey, if Nick is still on, theres no way it too late to go to sleep right? Exactly. What a great bargaining chip by Nickelodeon. I remember it seemed like an eternity before SNICK kicked off. That orange couch still comes to mind every time someone talks about what to do on a Saturday night. Short for Saturday Night Nickelodeon ran from August 15, 1992 until August 28, 2004. (not cool, no reason to cancel such a great block, my guess since they were moving everything to Hollywood, this might have been cause and the fact that they lost good writters for these programs..in the 90's it was done right just like some in the 80's when it came to children's entertainment on Nick, this was the place. Today some are good from the 2000-2010 era- Rocket Power, Wild Thronberry's, Sponge Bob, to name a few. The block debuted on Saturday, August 15, 1992, with a pair of Sunday favorites (the preteen-oriented sitcom Clarissa Explains It All and the Nicktoon The Ren and Stimpy Show) and the network premieres of Roundhouse (a musical comedy variety series) and Are You Afraid of the Dark? (a horror anthology series)Ads and bumpers for SNICK featured the programming block's "mascot," dubbed "The Big Orange Couch," in several locales, including in front of the Midnight Society's campfire, Ren and Stimpy's house, and in various locations. It was retired in June 1999, when the iconic couch, stuffed with $25,000 and 6000 cookies, was given away in a contest celebrating Nickelodeon's 20 years on television. In 2006, one of Nickelodeon's celebrities would take over Nickelodeon from Monday to Friday, sitting on the Big Orange Couch. 1992-1994: 8PM Clarissa Explains It All 8:30PM Roundhouse 9PM The Ren & Stimpy Show 9:30PM Are You Afraid of the Dark? 1993 to mid-Summer 1994: 8PM Clarissa Explains It All 8:30PM The Adventures of Pete & Pete 9PM The Ren & Stimpy Show 9:30PM Are You Afraid of the Dark? 10PM Roundhouse 1994-1996: 8PM The Secret World of Alex Mack 8:30PM All That 9PM The Ren & Stimpy Show 9:30PM Are You Afraid of the Dark? Early 1996-Spring 1996: 8PM The Secret World of Alex Mack 8:30PM All That 9PM Space Cases 9:30PM Are You Afraid of the Dark? Spring 1996-Fall 1996 8PM The Secret World of Alex Mack 8:30PM All That 9PM Space Cases 9:30PM The Adventures of Pete & Pete Fall 1996-Early 1997 8PM Kenan & Kel 8:30PM All That 9PM The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo 9:30PM KaBlam! Early 1997-Fall 1997: 8PM Rugrats 8:30PM All That 9PM Kenan & Kel 9:30PM KaBlam! 1997-1998: 8PM Rugrats 8:30PM All That 9PM Kenan & Kel 9:30PM The Journey of Allen Strange July 11, 1998: 8PM Rugrats 8:30PM All That 9PM Kenan & Kel 9:30PM Nickelodeon Sports Theater with Shaquille O'Neal 1998-1999: 8PM Rugrats 8:30PM All That 9PM Kenan & Kel 9:30PM Animorphs Snick's Live Birthday Party: 8PM Rugrats 8:30PM All That 9PM Kenan & Kel 9:30PM Cousin Skeeter Early 1999-late 1999: 8PM Rugrats 8:30PM All That 9PM Kenan & Kel 9:30PM Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Tags: Snick 
Added: 13th August 2012
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Posted By: masonx31
Nickelodeon Studios Opening Day Celebration Hour 1 of 3 June 7 1990 On June 7, 1990 Nickelodeon went live for the first time to open Nickelodeon Studios. The special aired only once. On April 30, 2005 Nickelodeon Studios closed forever. Blue Man Group had nothing to do with its closing; the closure of Nickelodeon Studios. If "blame" is to be assigned, then: 1) Blame "90's Kids" for losing interest in game shows. 2) Blame actors for refusing to move to Orlando to work @ the Studios. 3) Blame visitors to Universal who decided it wasn't worth it to take the tour and go to the store. Nickelodeon soon had trouble finding people (read "kids") to sit in the audience during the taping of shows. Why did kids turn their backs on the Studios? Sorry I'm unable to upload the 200mb file..would love to, until its fixed use the link below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JK9beBuDKjY
Tags: Nickelodeon  Studios  Opening  Day  Celebration 
Added: 15th August 2012
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Posted By: masonx31

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