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The Monkees - Wind Up Man From 33⅓ Revolutions Per Monkee airing April 14 1969
Tags: monkees  nbc  1969  davyjones  petertork  mickydolenz  mikenesmith 
Added: 29th July 2009
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Posted By: chrissiek
Shirley Jones and David Cassidy 1971 Grammy Awards Tags: David  Cassidy  Shirley  Jones 
Added: 5th August 2009
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Posted By: Carl1957
I Think I Love You - Partridge Family The top-selling single from 1970 was I Think I Love You by The Partridge Family. When this song reached number one on the Billboard charts, it meant that Shirley Jones became only the second person (after Frank Sinatra) to have both a number-one song and an acting Oscar! Here is a singalong version of this pleasant, upbeat tune.
Tags: I  Think  I  Love  You  Partridge  Family 
Added: 6th March 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Forgotten Sitcom - Chicago Teddy Bears The Chicago Teddy Bears was a short-lived CBS sitcom that debuted as part of the network's fall lineup in 1971. The Prohibition-era comedy was set at Linc & Latzi's Speakeasy in Chicago. Dean Jones played Linc McCray. John Banner (from the recently cancelled Hogan's Heroes) was lovable Uncle Latzi, Linc's partner. Because The Chicago Teddy Bears was a sitcom, there was no overt mob-related violence shown on the screen. It was only vaguely referenced. The show was yanked after just 13 episodes due to poor ratings. Here's the opening sequence.
Tags: Chicago  Teddy  Bears  sitcom  CBS 
Added: 5th April 2014
Views: 1230
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Posted By: Lava1964
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend" is a country and cowboy-style song. It was written on June 5, 1948 by Stan Jones. A number of versions were crossover hits on the pop charts in 1949. The ASCAP database lists the song as "Riders in the Sky" (title code: 480028324), but the title has been written as "Ghost Riders", "Ghost Riders in the Sky", and "A Cowboy Legend". [#2 country, #1 pop, 1949] Bucky Pizzarelli and Don Costa were on the original recording session in Chicago. The song tells a folk tale of a cowboy who has a vision of red-eyed, steel-hooved cattle thundering across the sky, being chased by the spirits of damned cowboys. One warns him that if he does not change his ways, he will be doomed to join them, forever "trying to catch the Devil's herd across these endless skies". Jones said that he had been told the story when he was 12 years old by an old cowboy friend. The story resembles the northern European mythic Wild Hunt. The melody is based on the song "When Johnny Comes Marching Home". According to Robby Krieger, it inspired the classic Doors song "Riders on the Storm". The song was also the inspiration for the Marvel Comics Western character "Ghost Rider" later renamed Phantom Rider (not to be confused with the later character named "Ghost Rider").
Tags: Vaughn,  Monroe,  Riders,  In,  Sky,  Ghost 
Added: 29th June 2014
Views: 4809
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Posted By: 1jazzguy
Cocoanut Grove Fire 1942 On Saturday, November 28, 1942 Boston's Cocoanut Grove nightclub was the site of one of the deadliest fires in American history. The night spot was owned by Barney Welansky who had connections to both the mayor and organized crime. It was quaintly reminiscent of Rick's Cafe Americain in the movie Casablanca--but its highly flammable tropical-style furniture and decorations made it a firetrap. There were more than 1,000 people inside although the legal capacity was 460. The fire is believed to have started when a busboy attempted to replace a light bulb in the dimly lit Melody Lounge in the lower level. He struck a match to help him see. Shortly thereafter patrons saw the palm fronds from a nearby artificial tree ignite. The fire rapidly spread along the walls and ceiling. Within five minutes the entire nightclub was ablaze. Many patrons attempted to exit through the revolving main door which quickly became jammed. Some secondary doors had been welded shut to prevent customers from leaving without paying their tabs. Other doors swung inward and made escape nearly impossible due to the crush of the crowd. All told, 492 people perished. Among the fatalities were Cowboy movie star Buck Jones and a couple who had been married earlier that same day. Welansky was convicted on multiple counts of involuntary manslaughter.
Tags: Cocoanut  Grove  Fire  1942 
Added: 29th September 2009
Views: 3907
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Posted By: Lava1964
Anissa Jones Anissa Jones was the first of a long line of child stars from the television era whose life spiralled downward after her acting career had ended. Jones first acted in a cereal commercial at age six in 1964. At age eight, in 1966, Jones was cast as Elizabeth (Buffy) Patterson-Davis in the sitcom Family Affair. Part of Buffy's persona were the amusing conversations she had with her doll, Mrs. Beasley. Mrs. Beasley dolls became popular toys. (Jones' tightly curled pigtails inspired Cindy Brady's similar hairdo on The Brady Bunch.) Family Affair went off the air in 1971 when Jones was 13. Jones commented she was glad the series ended so she no longer had to carry the doll. Although Jones was offered a teenage role in The Brian Keith Show, she turned it down to unsuccessfully seek movie roles. (In contrast, Jones' Family Affair co-star Johnny Whitaker worked regularly on television and in Disney movies for many years.) Jones enrolled in high school but dropped out before graduating. Her parents' nasty divorce cause a rift in her family. At one point Jones was working in a donut shop. When she turned 18 she was able to access her $180,000 in Family Affair earnings from a trust fund. Later that same year, on August 28, 1976, Jones died of a drug overdose at a house party. The coroner claimed it was one of the most severe overdoses he had ever encountered. Jones' brother also died of an overdose in 1984.
Tags: Anissa  Jones  Family  Affair 
Added: 17th November 2009
Views: 2836
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Posted By: Lava1964
Single TV Moms- Then and Now Tags: Single  TV  Moms-  Then  and  Now  Partridge  Family  Octomom  NadyaSuleman  Shirley  Jones  David  Cassidy  Susan  Dey  Danny  Bonaduce   Suzanne  Crough  Dave  Madden  Brian  Forster 
Added: 13th December 2009
Views: 3903
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Posted By: Cliffy
Alias Smith and Jones Tags:     Alias    Smith    and    Jones    1971    TV    Intro     
Added: 15th January 2010
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Posted By: pfc
Jack Wagner -All I Need Wagner has recorded five albums but was most famous for his role as Frisco Jones on the soap opera General Hospital.
Tags: jack    wagner    all    i    need    frisco    jones    gh    general    hospital     
Added: 10th June 2010
Views: 1510
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Posted By: Music Maiden

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