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              Maxinism Senior Moments
Tags: memory    aging 
Added: 17th August 2007
Views: 26572
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Posted By: Naomi
       Our Last Moments with Clarabell On September 24, 1960, during the final showing of Howdy Doody, Clarabell, the clown who never uttered a word in all the years we had watched him, finally spoke to us, "Goodbye Kids". Children everywhere were elated and heartbroken at the same time. We miss Clarabell, but we especially miss the man behind the face of the clown, the man with the biggest heart of all, Bob Keeshan.
Tags: clarabell  howdy  doody  bob  keeshan  childrens  programming 
Added: 16th September 2007
Views: 2555
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Posted By: Sophia
                Salems Lot The music that went along with this scene really created the atmosphere that made this one of the scariest moments of the film. Once again I have to say that Stephen King is the master of horrow.
Tags: salems  lot  stephen  king  toby  hooper  miniseries  horror 
Added: 20th October 2007
Views: 1849
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Posted By: Babs64
Carsons Early Bloopers on Who Do You Trust A bit of classic Johnny Carson on his earlier show "Who Do You Trust" from 1959. These were live segments. When you're watching a live television show you never quite know what will happen. Unlike most 50's TV footage that exists on grainy kinescope film, this footage comes from early B&W quad videotape which is a rarity with any 50's show. This footage was featured on a program from 1983 called "Life's Most Embarrassing Moments" hosted by John Ritter.
Tags: who  do  you  trust  johnny  carson  bloopers  john  ritter 
Added: 24th October 2007
Views: 2885
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Posted By: Naomi
Mel Brooks Dead and Loving It 1995 Although I think of him as the Master of Comedy, Mel Brooks' film, "Dead And Loving It" is not his best, but it has its moments. This is one of them.
Tags: dead  and  loving  it  mel  brooks  steven  weber  comedy 
Added: 30th October 2007
Views: 1737
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Posted By: Naomi
Hyundai Ad That Needs No Translation Hyundai commercial for those awkward moments..
Tags: hyundai  commercials  humor 
Added: 4th November 2007
Views: 1711
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Posted By: Naomi
Earth Wind and Fire SEPTEMBER 1978 This band is so awesome!! On September 18, 2005, they performed this hit as part of an opening act showing memorable television moments from the 2004-2005 season for the 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on CBS, and for the past two years, they've been touring in a wildly successful double bill with the band Chicago for unforgettable evenings in which both bands play separately, then come together for a grand finale switching off on each other's tunes.
Tags: earth  wind  and  fire  september  70s  music 
Added: 7th November 2007
Views: 2419
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Posted By: Sophia
WKRP Turkey Drop Sorry Naomi, I just had to.. WKRP In Cincinnati, Les Nessman reports live on the turkey drop massacre. One of the funniest moments from WKRP.
Tags: wkrp  in  cincinnati  thanksgiving  comedy 
Added: 12th November 2007
Views: 10281
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Posted By: Guido
Another Classic Marx Brothers This film was notable for Groucho Marx's classic rendition of "Lydia the Tattooed Lady." Many people say that "At the Circus" is one of the Marx Brothers' lesser movies, but personally I think it's very funny, as exemplified by this scene, and Groucho's scene with Eve Arden later in the movie, to say nothing of his classic moments with Margaret Dumont, which, like all of his scenes with her, are surefire.
Tags: at  the  circus  groucho  chico  harpo  marx  brothers  kenny  baker 
Added: 18th November 2007
Views: 1985
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Posted By: Babs64
Quiz Show Scandal One of the most disillusioning moments in American TV history was the revelation that some of the big-money quiz shows of the 1950s were rigged. The most famous incident occurred on Twenty-One when longtime champion Herbert Stempel was dethroned by Charles Van Doren. Stempel was groomed by producer Dan Enright to look and behave like a know-it-all nerd--which had its desired effect. The public rooted for the handsome and sophisticated challenger, Charles Van Doren, to defeat him. Both players were coached on the questions they would receive. After a series of tie games, Stempel deliberately missed a relatively easy question that would have given him the win. The game ended in another tie and Van Doren won the next game. For 'taking a dive,' Stempel had been promised his own panel show by Enright. When Enright reneged, Stempel told the press that Twenty-One was rigged. At first his claims were thought to be those of a sore loser, but when contestants on another game show, Dotto, came forward with solid evidence of fixes, Stempel's accusations had to be investigated. The 1994 movie Quiz Show was based on this scandal.
Tags: Quiz  Show  Stempel  Van  Doren  Enright 
Added: 20th November 2007
Views: 2583
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Posted By: Lava1964

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