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A Toast to Mr. Television

Milton Berle was born Milton Berlinger on July 12, 1908 in Harlem, New York City.  Named “Mr. Television” for the impact he made on that medium in its early days, Berle’s career spanned the 20th Century and he had successes in every medium of entertainment.   1,452 more words

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Holy Heels!! Ranking Batman's Villains!

One of the best DVDs released in the past few years was the long awaited collection of the 1966 Batman TV Series. Like many TV Shows that have not been released, the show was owned by several companies, so the legal battles to what company gets a certain amount of money took years to determine. 1,724 more words

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Article: Hugh Hefner Interviews Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski

Playboy After Dark was a 1969 – 70 TV show, in which Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner hosted a swinging (in the ‘Swinging Sixties’ sense) party, where bands would play – and Hef would interview his guests. 65 more words


Steele in the Family

I am the oldest of three children, by 9 years. Because of this, I have had the opportunity to see my younger sister and brother evolve from small babies, to funny kids, to intelligent and erudite adolescents. 1,024 more words

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Classic TV Tuesday - The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Well it’s you girl and you should know it, with each smile and every little movement you show it…

Like millions of others, absolutely adore The Mary Tyler Moore Show.   396 more words

Mary Tyler Moore Show

Star Trek: Let That Be Your Last Battlefield

I spent my July 4th morning watching one of my favorite episodes of Star Trek the original series.  This episode is from the show’s third season directed by… 1,141 more words

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Lucifer Over Lanarkshire : Seminal Pop Moments

Orville, doyen of deep-rooted depression, crispy duck fried in his own self-loathing. And you thought he was just a cute, somewhat grating green puppet. YOU WERE WRONG.SO WRONG. 225 more words

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