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Horror and Zombies Month: Night of the Living Dead (1968) Review

In the pantheon of zombie movies, Night of the Living Dead rightfully holds it’s place as the founding father. That doesn’t necessarily make it a good movie though. 638 more words

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY- OCTOBER 15, 1968- AT THE OLYMPICS- AL OERTER WINS 4TH CONSECUTIVE GOLD IN THE DISCUS

It was fifty years ago today- October 15, 1968 at the Mexico City Olympic Games- Al Oerter of the US won his fourth consecutive gold medal in the discus. 102 more words

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He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (1968, Bill Melendez)

He’s Your Dog, Charlie Brown opens with Snoopy terrorizing the kids. He’s indiscriminately vicious, leading to the kids complaining to Charlie Brown about it. Charlie Brown’s solution is to send Snoopy off to the puppy farm for reeducation. 495 more words

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY- OCTOBER 14, 1968- AT THE OLYMPICS- AMERICAN JIM HINES SETS WORLD RECORD IN THE 100 METRES

It was fifty years ago today- October 14, 1968 at the Mexico City Olympics- American sprinter Jim Hines wins the Gold Medal in the 100 metres  and in the process becomes the first man to ever run the the race in under 10 seconds finishing with a time of 9.95 seconds.  13 more words

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY- OCTOBER 14, 1968-- U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SENDING 24,000 TROOPS BACK FOR A SECOND TOUR IN VIETNAM

It was fifty years ago today- October 14, 1968 the U.S. Department of Defense announced that 24,000 U.S Army and U.S. Marines were being sent back to Vietnam for second tours in the ongoing war.  53 more words

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