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Nickelodeon Commercials December 26 1994 Nickelodeon Commercials December 26, 1994 1. Station ID: Bumper Mish-Mash 2. Nickelodeon On VHS: Rock's Modern Life: "How Can You Tell If Your Dog Is Brainless" 3. Bumper Mish-Mash Reprise 4. Purebred Pet Groomer (I have one of these, if you can believe that.) 5. Station ID: Shooting Star 6. Up Next: Clock: Mr Wizard and Flipper 7. Nick News Year's 95 Promo 8. Discovery Zone 9. Nickelodeon GUTS on SNES 10. Credits Promo: Captain Stimpy: Flipper Is Next 11. Station ID: The First Kids Network 12. DRUGS PSA 13. Power Rangers "Power Coins" (Read: Pogs) at Mcdonalds 14. Christmas Station ID: Snow Globe 15. Nickelodeon Magazine: Spider (Fun Fact: That Issue Does Not Exist. Not With That Cover Anyway.) 16. Nick Days: The First Day of Kwanza 17. Up Next: Clock: Flipper and Bullwinkle's Moose-O-Rama 18. Nick New Year's Resolutions 19. Apple Jacks 94: Camp Leewood 20. Nickelodeon Video: A Christmas Carol (Wait, WHAT?)
Tags: Nickelodeon  Commercials  December  1994 
Added: 18th August 2012
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Posted By: masonx31
Captain Video Picture Ring Commercial You don't see promotions like this anymore.
Tags: Captain  Video  Picture  Ring  Commercial    1950s  50s  Old  Time  TV 
Added: 24th August 2012
Views: 3495
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Posted By: pfc
Larry Hagman and Barbara Eden I never got into Dallas but loved I Dream of Jeannie. To me Larry Hagman will always be Captain Nelson.
Tags: Larry  Hagman  and  Barbara  Eden  I  Dream  of  Jeannie  Captain  Nelson 
Added: 24th November 2012
Views: 1318
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Posted By: pfc
Blackadder - How WWI Started History buffs will enjoy this clip: From the acclaimed British comedy series Blackadder Goes Forth, Captain Blackadder (who is wearing underpants on his head and has pencils stuck up his nose to try to prove he's too crazy to serve at the front) explains to Baldrick, his simple-minded batman, how the First World War started.
Tags: Blackadder  war  started  BBC  sitcom 
Added: 12th November 2012
Views: 4096
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Posted By: Lava1964
Jimmy Stewart on Password Jimmy Stewart and his wife Gloria are the celebrity captains whose teams are vying against each other in this episode of Password. Jimmy's performance in the "lightning round" is quite amusing.
Tags: Password  Jimmy  Stewart  Gloria   
Added: 16th May 2013
Views: 2189
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Posted By: Lava1964
Thurman Munson Plane Crash On August 2, 1979, 32-year-old Thurman Munson, catcher and captain of the New York Yankees, perished in Canton, Ohio while practising takeoffs and landings in his new private airplane. A survivor and Munson's widow recall that tragic day.
Tags: MLB  Thurman  Munson  airplane  crash 
Added: 16th June 2013
Views: 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Eddie Grant Memorial Resurfaces Eddie Grant was a Harvard-educated ballplayer who played for four MLB teams between 1906 and 1915. After his baseball career ended, Grant enlisted in the army during the First World War at age 34. He rose to the rank of captain. On October 5, 1918, a few weeks before the war ended, Grant was killed by enemy shell fire in the Argonne Forest. On Memorial Day 1921, the New York Giants, Grant's final MLB team, unveiled an enormous brass plaque that was handsomely mounted on a five-foot granite marker that sat in the deepest part of the Polo Grounds underneath the home team's clubhouse. From the memorial's dedication until the Giants abandoned New York and the Polo Grounds in 1957, a solemn wreath-laying ceremony was held at the Grant monument every year, usually between games of a Memorial Day doubleheader. At the conclusion of the final game played at the Polo Grounds on September 29, 1957, souvenir hunters mobbed the field. The New York Times reported that three teenagers were seen prying the bronze plaque off the monument. Rumors that the police ultimately recovered the plaque were never verified, and its whereabouts remained a mystery for nearly 42 years. In late July 1999, the Eddie Grant Memorial plaque was discovered in the attic of a home in Ho-Ho-Kus Township, NJ. It had been formerly owned by Lena and Gaetano Bucca. The new home owners, Brian and Deborah Lamb, came across the plaque carefully wrapped in a blanket and hidden under a trap door in the attic. Brian Lamb contacted Baseball Reliquary Board member, Wendy Brougalman, a former business associate, with news of the discovery. How did the 100-pound plaque end up in a New Jersey attic? The Lambs purchased the home from the Bucca family after the death of Lena Bucca in 1998. Gaetano Bucca, a former New York City police officer, died in 1974. Gaetano, who retired from the force in January 1958 and subsequently moved with his family to New Jersey, served in the city's 32nd precinct, an area of jurisdiction encompassing the Polo Grounds. It is assumed that that Officer Bucca and a few allies had arranged to take the plaque with the intention of delivering it to the Eddie Grant American Legion Post 1225 in the Bronx. The plaque never made it there. Benjamin Bucca, Gaetano's only surviving son and a respected probate attorney, had no knowledge at all of the 100-pound plaque situated just above his head in his former bedroom. "You know, I never felt comfortable in that bedroom," he said. "Now I know why! That thing could have fallen on my head in the middle of the night and flattened me. My Pop was always a bit of a mystery, but this . . . This is . . . What the hell was he thinking about?'"
Tags: Baseball  Eddie  Grant  Memorial  recovered 
Added: 8th October 2014
Views: 2853
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Posted By: Lava1964
Chuck Yeager Breaks Sound Barrier U.S. Air Force Captain Chuck Yeager becomes the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound on October 14, 1947. Because of the secrecy of the project, Bell and Yeager's achievement was not announced until June 1948.
Tags: Chuck  Yeager  Breaks  Sound  Barrier  Bell  X-1  National  Advisory  Committee  for  Aeronautics  NACA    U.S.  Army  Air  Forces  Bell  Aircraft  Glamorous  Glennis 
Added: 14th October 2014
Views: 1376
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Posted By: Cliffy
Captain Dynamite During the 1980s, Captain Dynamite was a post-game attraction at minor league baseball parks. His shtick was to get into a coffin-like contraption--which would be blown up with four sticks of dynamite. Here's the good Captain doing his thing after a game in Spokane, WA.
Tags: baseball  Captain  Dynamite 
Added: 24th October 2014
Views: 1553
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Posted By: Lava1964
Doug Henning Teaches A Magic Trick Doug Henning was born May 3, 1947 and left us at the age of 52 February 7, 2000 dying from liver cancer. During his career he was known as the hippie magician.
Tags: Doug  Henning  teaches  a  magic  trick  Captain  Kangaroo  Mr.  Moose  Mr.  Green  Jeans  magic  illusionist  magician  1970 
Added: 7th February 2015
Views: 1336
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob

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