is hands down the best site on the Web for classic TV.'
a TV history website... its links to Amazon.com help sell TV DVDs."
the coolest, strangest, most absurd shows and peculiar tube trends ever
-- they're all part of the wallow that is TVparty!"
Five Sites! Interviews and articles... are must reads.'
too good to be true. Put together by Billy Ingram, TVparty.com has gossip,
scandal, sex, singing, dancing, action, drama and celebrities with their
'An ingenious tribute that elevates the TV past to artlike proportions.
Site guru Billy Ingram has compiled features both over-the-top and museum
worthy, blissful nostalgia for those born in the '40s or the '80s. A+
'Every decade expresses its kooky collective unconscious on the tube,
celebrated affectionately at Billy Ingram's TVparty. Ingram provides a
hilarious glimpse into the American pop psyche.'
inside scoop on all your favorite classic TV shows at TVParty.'
trends and traumas of TV's past."
the opening to the three hour Rootie Tootie Thanksgiving Special
airing live Thanksgiving Day from Radio City in 1951 hosted by Big Todd
Russell. This show featured a plethora of kid show guest stars including
Kukla, Fran & Ollie.
Next, pee pickin'
good old boy Tennessee Ernie Ford treats us to a musical feast starting
out with a traditional singing and dancing variety show opening followed
by a funny monologue about down home Thanksgivings.
Next, pee pickin' good old boy Tennessee Ernie Ford treats us to a musical feast starting out with a traditional singing and dancing variety show opening followed by a funny monologue about down home Thanksgivings.
Let's wrap up at Tennessee Ernie Ford's place for yodeling, some honky tonk country music (the kind I like) and, finally, a prayer before beginning to eat. Remember, Thanksgiving is about giving thanks - if nothing else, thanks that things aren't worse than they are.
November 25, 2008 - 6:43am
1 - Behind the Scenes / Episode
2 - Behind the Scenes
November 24, 2008 - 5:03am
November 22, 2008 - 2:18pm
Did you enjoy Thursday night's episode of The Office? if so, or if you missed it, you might want to check out the "producer's cut" of the November 20th episode. From the press release: On Tuesday, November 25th, users can log onto NBC.com to stream the expanded episode, which will include additional scenes and extra footage not shown in the broadcast version. Fans will be able to stream both the broadcast version and the web-only, expanded version on NBC.com. The announcement was made today by Vivi Zigler, President, NBC Universal Digital Entertainment. "What fan of 'The Office' wouldn't want to see more," said Zigler. "There is such great material with 'The Office' and it doesn't always fit into the TV show. We're thrilled to let the online fans see the full version."
Speaking of The Office, here are two fresh Webisodes: What caused Oscar to lose it at the office? Love? Money? Angela? The staff at Dunder Mifflin investigate:
Go behind the scenes as the cast talks about making the latest Office webisodes:
November 22, 2008 - 7:42am
In a bit of a shock, Bill Maher's Religulous - the highest-grossing documentary film of the year - was not on the list of 15 semi-finalists for the Oscar in that category. Guess God wasn't amused...
Bob Huggins writes: "I just read Kevin Butler’s blog entry on Fred Scott and his involvement with Captain Video and His Video Rangers. It’s ironic, but Alpha Video is releasing four episodes from the series next Tuesday. To my knowledge, it’s the first widely available commercial release of this series, though I don’t know if Mr. Scott appears in any of the episodes on this DVD. Amazon carries it. And a full description of the release can be found at the Oldies.com site."
to the product description I just read: Direct from the year 2254,
Captain Video roared onto America's TV screens fighting evil with amazing
futuristic weaponry and technology. Aided by the Video Ranger, his teenage
sidekick, and an army of Video Rangers around the globe, Captain Video
rocketed around the galaxy protecting the weak and defenseless from bizarre
cosmic villains, usually led by his nemesis, Dr. Pauli.
Ken Holet asks, "I found your (Christmas Specials) page, which is the first time I've found some info about two Christmas specials that I remember as a kid. I thought they had aired in the late 50's or early 60's. I saw that The Spirit of Christmas is available on DVD; is The Night Before Christmas also?"
I can still vividly remember that version of Twas The Night Before Christmas which was produced by Bell Systems, the old telephone monopoly, starring the Mabel Beaton marionettes. I could be totally confused but I recall it being shown at school when I was a wee lad. Anyway, here's the film thanks to You Tube:
Whatever happened to that Dallas big screen movie starring John Travolta? Weren't they actually filming at one point?
November 21, 2008 - 6:49am
Enjoy Obscure 70s Music!
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