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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by sheepdawg, Jan 4, 2019.
His resting place.
Took these from my TV with my old Poloroid camera.
Still have it.
(Caution- R rated)
Ever hear about when Soupy got pranked- live TV- with a stripper?
The camera feed only showed view thru the door- nothing but a balloon and the music- but Soupy thought the outgoing feed was the (unexpected) nude stripper- and that his career had just been dynamited.
The word for today boys and girls starts with F and ends with K...
Come on now.............nobody's mentioned "Winky Dink and You".....1953-1957
A lot of shows were regional . Like around here the hosts were marshal J .... Ray Rayner ..... Dr. Max ...... on a good day we could get cartoons off WGN in Chicago .
Winky Dink and You was a CBS children's television show that aired from 1953 to 1957, on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Eastern / 9:30 Central. It was hosted by Jack Barry and featured the exploits of a male cartoon character named Winky Dink and his dog Woofer, with sound effects provided by Joseph Scholnick.
in re Mouseketeers:
J.J. - one season only - wrote comedy articles for Easyriders before the yuppies bought it. now writes hateful vicious racist diatribes. he wrote a bitter resentful description of child actor life.
Doreen - posed nude for a second tier girly mag. Gallery or Genesis. nothing to get worked up about. Banned from Disney properties. The second time she posed for the same magazine she stood outside the fence of a Disney property and flashed.
Good God I remember all of these.
Me too dawg ...... guess that's why being called old doesn't bother me much .
Does anyone remember Spin and Marty? If my memory is correct it was part of the Disney Musketeers show. l wanted to live / grow up on a ranch like that.
I remember all those 50's shows too. For a while I thought they were gonna forget Topper.
topper was one of my favorites. l had the Hots for Anne Jefferies
Who remembers My Mother The Car?
Who else remembers who was the voice of the car?
I don't remember who the car's voice was. I kind of remember the theme song.
Before my time.
The story of the relationship between a man and his mother, the latter having been reincarnated as a 1928 Porter automobile.
I just watched the first episode. LOL
I believe it was Ann Southern.
It doesn't matter how old you are, Tom and Jerry is always entertaining.