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"Brenda Lee - Sweet Nothings"

Sweet Nothin’s

Sweet Nothin’s is a 1959 song by Brenda Lee. Written by Ronnie Self.[1] It peaked at No.4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No.12 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in 1960.[2] The song also charted on the UK singles chart in 1960, peaking at No.4,[3] marking Lee’s first appearance on the U.K. 52 more words


"Beat the Clock - Game Show"

CBS (1950–1958, 1979–1980)
ABC (1958–1961)
Syndicated (1969–1974)
PAX (2002–2003)
Original release March 23, 1950 – February 16, 1958
September 16, 1957 – January 27, 1961…
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Western Airlines (IATA: WA, ICAO: WAL, Call sign: Western) was a large airline based in California, with operations throughout the western United States including Alaska and Hawaii, and western Canada, as well as to New York City, Boston, Washington D.C. 1,856 more words


"Louis Armstrong - A Kiss To Build A Dream On [1962] Live"

“A Kiss to Build a Dream On” is a song composed by Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby and Oscar Hammerstein II in 1935.[1] It was recorded by Louis Armstrong in 1951.[1] It was also performed by Armstrong as well as by Mickey Rooney with William Demarest, by Sally Forrest, and by Kay Brown (virtually the entire cast performed part or all of the song) in the 1951 film “The Strip,” and was a sort of recurring theme in the film. 108 more words


S.O.S.N.L: The Future

Well, here we are…what once started out as a daily paragraph about SNL sketches has now turned into a collection that’s worthy of turning into a self-published book—only for NBC & Lorne Michaels to inevitably slap me with a Cease & Desist order for horning in on their business…and this is me being a Positive Thinker. 862 more words

Classic Television

"DREAM A LITTLE DREAM OF ME - Doris Day ... includes Rosemary Clooney, Joni James and Mama Cass Elliot versions"

“Dream a Little Dream of Me” was recorded by Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra, with vocal by Nelson, on February 16, 1931 for Brunswick Records. Two days later, Wayne King and His Orchestra, with vocal by Ernie Birchill, recorded the song for Victor Records. 158 more words


The Twilight Zone (1959 to 1964 USA)

“Submitted for your approval…” A pint-sized, chain smoking man’s clenched teeth intro to a wonderfully hypnotic, thought-provoking and ‘never ceases to amaze’ total quality Drama/Sci-Fi anthology series. 602 more words