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The Invisible Dog.

Recently, I thought of one running inane storyline in TV’s  “I Dream of Jeannie” about an invisible dog named Chin-Chin who attacked anyone in a uniform, specifically Major Anthony Nelson and his buddy, Major Roger Healey. 598 more words

Van Nuys And The Valley

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Before watching the movie:

I’m entirely unfamiliar with this movie, but it involves shooting nuclear missiles at the Van Allen Belt to put out a fire, so the science is patently ridiculous. 769 more words


Interview with the late Wayne Rogers: M*A*S*H star finds success in many settings [classic article]

As first seen on Bankrate.com

If Wayne Rogers was not an actor, he would probably be running the world, president of Harvard, head of the World Bank or something of that nature. 1,532 more words

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Ten Shows That Changed Television: Conversations with TV Legends Dick Van Dyke, Norman Lear, Barbara Eden & Joyce Randolph

Dave Plier is joined by Wally Podrazik, author of ‘Watching TV’ and adjunct lecturer at UIC, to talk about the 90th anniversary of the invention of television by Philo T. 56 more words

Dave Plier

Ride the Wild Surf (1964)

Three friends — Jody, Steamer, and Chase — have come to Oahu in search of the world’s biggest waves. Surfers from around the world have come to the island to compete against one another. 240 more words


August 23 in history

30 BC – After the successful invasion of EgyptOctavian executed Marcus Antonius Antyllus, eldest son of Marc Antony, and Caesarion, the last king of the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt and only child of Caesar and Cleopatra. 920 more words


Harper Valley PTA (1978)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 3 out of 10

4-Word Review: She gets her revenge.

Based on the hit 1968 song the story centers on Stella Johnson (Barbara Eden) whose liberated single life style and provocative way of dressing is considered ‘scandalous’ by the prudish members of her local school board. 639 more words