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Who is this Lovely Canadian Actress Known as the Scream Queen
Tags: Easy  One 
Added: 14th April 2009
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Posted By: Marty6697
2009 Sikorsky Fallen Heroes Tribute It was an honor and a privilege to have been a part of Connecticut Fallen Heroes Memorial Tribute last Saturday, June 13,2009. This was a tough emotional video to begin with, but once I added the photos of the fallen heroes it personalized it and made it even more emotional.
Tags: 2009  Sikorsky  Fallen  Heroes  Tribute  John  Ratzenburger  US  Army  US  Navy  US  Marine  Corps  US  Air  Force  US  Coast  Guard    US  Army  101st  Airborne  Screaming  Eagles 
Added: 17th June 2009
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Posted By: Steve
Interview with John Ratzenberger It was great to meet with John Ratzenberger and as a few questions I've often wondered about!
Tags: John  Ratzenberger  You  Remember  That  YRT  YouRememberThat.com  US  Army  US  Navy  US  Marines  US  AirForce  Sikorsky  Aircraft  US  Army  Screaming  Eagles 
Added: 17th June 2009
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Posted By: Steve
Makin It - Failed Disco Sitcom In 1979 ABC figured the time was ripe for a disco-themed sitcom. Actually, the timing was bad. The disco fad was already on the decline, but that didn't stop ABC from giving the public nine episodes of Makin' It. The series was set in Passiac, NJ. David Naughton starred as college student Billy Manucci. Billy worked part time at Tasty Treats (an ice cream store) and spent his evenings at Inferno, Passiac's hottest disco. Ellen Travolta played the mother of Billy, an older son named Tony (who was the best dancer at Inferno), and daughter Tina. Some people have said Makin' It attempted to be a hybrid of Happy Days and Saturday Night Fever. (I think that's a fair comment. The first episode was titled Stayin' Alive. The opening credits are certainly Happy Days-like.) Here's the opening montage. Makin' It debuted on February 1, 1979 and last aired on March 23. Interestingly, the show's catchy theme song, performed by lead actor Naughton, became a hit after Makin' It had been cancelled by the network. It reached #5 on the Billboard Top 40.
Tags: Makin  It  ABC  sitcom  disco 
Added: 5th June 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Mister Softee Ice Cream Truck Theme Tags: Mister  Softee  Ice  Cream  Truck  Theme 
Added: 12th May 2014
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Posted By: Cathy
Shaving Cream Song I remember this song being re-released in the 70s when I was in Jr. High School.
Tags: Shaving  Cream  Song  Bennie  Hill  shaving    cream    dr.    demento    music    song    parody    video   
Added: 20th October 2009
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Posted By: pfc
Judy Garland Death 1969 In March of 1969, Judy married her fifth husband, Mickey Devinko, better known as Mickey Deans. They lived together in England in a tiny mews house in Chelsea. During the evening of Saturday, June 21 1969, Judy and Mickey were watching television when they had an argument. Judy ran out the door into the street, screaming and waking the neighbors. A phone call for Judy woke Mickey at 10:40 the next morning; Judy was not sleeping in the bed. Mickey searched for her, only to find the bathroom door locked. After no response, he climbed outside to the bathroom window and entered to find Judy, sitting on the toilet. Rigor mortis had already set in. Judy Garland was dead at the age of 47. The official cause of death, according to the death certificate shown here, was accidental barbituate poisoning (quinalbarbitone). The day Judy died, legend has it, there was a tornado in Kansas.
Tags: Judy  Garland  death 
Added: 5th December 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
sammy sosa before and after 2009 Baseball legend and home run hitter Sammy Sosa had an unfortunate accident with his moisturizer cream he used to treat his sun damaged skin, it seems the cream turned his skin a pale white. Spotted at the Latin Grammy Awards a few days ago he showed up and caused quite a shock with his new look. Sammy insists he did not intentionally bleach his skin white like the dearly departed Michael Jackson openly admitted to because of his skin disease.
Tags: sosa 
Added: 1st April 2010
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Posted By: mia_bambina
Shaving Cream Song  --PG Warning-- "Shaving Cream" is a song written by Benny Bell in 1946, and originally sung by Paul Wynn. After the song began to be played on the Dr. Demento radio show in the 1970s, Vanguard Records reissued the song in 1975, and it became a hit, peaking at #30 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart
Tags: Shaving  Cream  Benny  Bell  Paul  Wynn  Dr.  Demento  Vanguard  Records 
Added: 19th August 2010
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Posted By: pfc
Michael Larson Beats Press Your Luck Press Your Luck was a CBS daytime game show that ran from 1983 to 1986. It was one of the first game shows to use computer technology. The heart of the game revolved around a large computer-generated prize board. There were 18 'randomly arranged' panels. On average, 15 of the 18 panels contained cash or merchandise prizes. The other three were 'whammies.' If a player stopped the rotating board on a whammy, he lost everything. If a player kept accruing spins, he could keep pressing his luck and accumulate as much money and prizes as he dared. Enter Michael Larson, an out-of-work ice cream vendor from Ohio. Using his VCRs, Larson taped numerous episodes of Press Your Luck and screened them in slow motion. Larson's study habits paid huge dividends: He recognized that the board only generated five patterns. If a player was smart enough to recognize the patterns and time his presses accordingly, a small fortune could be amassed. In a May 1984 taping, Larson did just that. To the amazement of host Peter Tomarken, a studio audience, his two opponents, and CBS brass, Larson made 46 consecutive spins without hitting a whammy. (The odds of such a feat, if it were pure luck, are about 5000 to one.) At a time when most game show winners took home less than $10,000, Larson won $104,950 in cash, a sailboat, and trips to Kauai and the Bahamas-- for a total haul valued at $110,237. Larson's run of whammy-free presses took so long that CBS had to air the show over two episodes (on June 8 and 11). At first CBS was reluctant to award Larson his winnings, but they had no legal grounds to withhold Larson's loot. He had beaten the system fairly. Immediately afterward, the Press Your Luck board patterns were increased to 32 making it much less likely that anyone could memorize them. To see a condensed version of Larson in action, check out another post on this website: http://www.yourememberthat.com/media/14367/Michael_Larson_on_Press_Your_Luck/
Tags: Press  Your  Luck  Michael  Larson  game  show 
Added: 30th November 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964

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