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Judy Carne, Goldie Hawn, Chelsea Brown 1968

Chelsea Brown, the first black woman in Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, has flown in from Sydney, her home for 17 years. Now living in her native England, Judy Carne, 53, the show’s “sock it to me” girl, really got socked after leaving Laugh-In in 1970. 21 more words

American

Judy Carne, Goldie Hawn, Chelsea Brown

Judy Carne (British 1939–2015); Goldie Hawn (American born 1945) – most recent screen credit 2012; Chelsea Brown (American born 1947) after getting her break on… 27 more words

American

Yvone Craig (1937-2015) in 'It Takes A Thief'

Al (Robert Wagner) impersonates a magician and, accompanied by the magician’s assistant Roxanne (Yvonne Craig), goes to a European principality to steal the negatives of compromising photos of a US Congressman, who is being blackmailed into supporting the country. Also stars Jocelyn Lane.

American

We're Only In It For The Money - The Mothers of Invention (1968)

Album no. 135/1001

This is the second album we’ve heard from The Mothers of Invention – but their third overall – and it’s another journey into the exciting and often unsettling mind of Frank Zappa. 696 more words

1960s

After the 'Cronkite Moment,' LBJ doubled down on Viet policy

One of the most cherished stories in American journalism is also a tenacious media-driven myth.

The cherished tale/media myth is commonly known as the “ 1,227 more words

Media Myths