With more than half a billion people watching on television, Neil Armstrong climbs down the ladder and proclaims, “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”
Bruce Lee arrives in the US mid-August 1973 to promote Enter the Dragon, his latest film in the kung fu genre responsible for thrusting him to international stardom.
What were the most popular tunes of the first year of the sixties? Here are Billboard magazine’s Top Hot 100 songs of 1960!
Capitalizing on the success of The Six Million Dollar Man, The Bionic Woman was a spin off that ran for three seasons between ABC and NBC from 1976 to 1978. The show starred Lindsay Wagner…
“Just You, Just Me” is a song that was first performed in 1929 movie Marianne. The tune by Jesse Greer (music) and Raymond Klages (lyrics)
Sweet Charity: The Adventures of a Girl Who Wanted to Be Loved “Sweet Charity” was a 1969 movie, starring Shirley MacLaine, Ricardo Montalban, Sammy Davis
Bruce Willis is Tom Mix. James Garner is Wyatt Earp. Two legends out to make a movie, solve a murder, and have a good ol’
Attention, shoppers: The new Atari cartridge game is in A very early Atari 2600 commercial, broadcast during NFL Today on December 17, 1977. Atari
The TV show Disneyland, known by various titles since its introduction in 1954 (and currently entitled The Wonderful World of Disney) was Walt Disney’s first foray into
The reel dope: Pillow Talk “Pillow Talk” doesn’t go quite that far — at least the pillows are on separate beds — but it’s frankly
Movie review: The Bridge On The River Kwai “The Bridge on the River Kwai,” like “Beau Geste” before it, may well become the stiff-upper-lip classic
Released in October of 1968, “What A Wonderful World” was recorded in the twilight of the great Louis Armstrong’s career. Though not initially a hit
The 1950s brought us a whole host of things — rock & roll, the jet age, the tail end of the baby boomers — and
Even though most people consider this a more modern problem, as early as 1950, the traditional family dinner and family time was going by the
Featured here is one of his classic ads for Paul Masson champagne. Of course, no mention of his commercial work is complete without some of the classic outtakes…
Here’s Groucho singing the song he’s famously associated with from his time with the Marx Brothers: ‘Hello, I Must Be Going,’ as seen in the 1930 film Animal Crackers.
Miss Shirley Temple taps with Mr Bojangles In this clip from 1935’s “The Little Colonel,” watch as 7-year-old child star Shirley Temple dances on the