Vintage & retro entertainment
A man gave birth to a mouse. The mouse built the man an empire. A true-life fable, as recounted by Disney’s official biographer.
Benson was a sitcom offshoot of Soap, and starred Robert Guillaume as the title character, Benson DuBois, the “director of household affairs” for a widowed state governor. The fun lasted for 158 episodes over seven seasons.
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A great general can win any war. Gamemaster challenges you to prove it with the greatest battles ever fought from the past to the future!
Amerika. 1997. The world is different. The dream is the same. Let freedom ring. Premiere Sunday, February 15, 9pm/8pm Central — ABC Television Network Cast
No other day makes you feel this way. Take a look at the expression on this child’s face. A good, close look. What you see
Super-Crayons run circles around ordinary crayons Ordinary crayons are, well, ordinary. But new Super-Crayons are extraordinary! They’re hard-wearing, blend beautifully, erase, come in lots of rainbow
Good Housekeeping: March 1982 Cover headlines for this issue: Dallas’ Linda Gray models designer silk dresses to sew (See article here) Maternity wardrobe for Princess
Succeeding by glorious excess Jackie Gleason: 1916-1987 They called him “the Great One,” a nickname that was as grandly excessive as the man himself. Jackie
Here we go with another ridiculous Mad Fold-In…
Reggaefest ’86 Bill Graham Presents – Miller Music, Played the American Way Tickets available at all Bass Ticket Centers Saturday October 4, 1986 – Berkeley
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Sears: Absolutely Annie Annie opens to rave reviews While Aileen Quinn wins hearts as star of the Columbia Pictures movie Annie, Sears is winning hearts
Video game designers: Their work is all fun and games Fantasy: Your alarm rings. You wake up, shower, get dressed, eat breakfast, and leave your house
- Carnation’s famous pumpkin pie: The traditional Thanksgiving dessert (1959)
- Genuine original Crock-Pot Slow Cookers from the ’70s
- If you love San Francisco, don’t miss this ’50s video blast from the past
- Women: Do you have the ideal figure? Here’s what ‘they’ thought in 1950
- Captain Kangaroo’s Bob Keeshan talks about the beloved kids’ show, plus see the opening credits again