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The Edge of Night came on CBS in the afternoons so this is the Soap Opera theme I remember best as a young kid, just getting home from school. It reminds me of laundry being done and dinner on the stove (the kids ate early at our house). There's something eerie about this theme, the show had a dark undertow and a generally seedy nature. And then there was Dark Shadows.
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Andy Griffith Show / classic 1960's sitcom on CBSThe Sixtieth Anniversary of The Andy Griffith Show
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In past decades, the three networks previewed new fall shows on spectacular, one-hour specials. Three to five minute teasers for each series were created so that viewers could sample what they might like before the shows debuted. Here are examples of fall previews for some of the best programs of the go-go decade.
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Star Wars Holiday Special The Star Wars Holiday Special?!?
The London Sunday Times called this article a "must read." George Lucas would like to forget about the first time he brought Star Wars to television. The occasion was something called The Star Wars Holiday Special, which aired on CBS only once, on Nov. 17, 1978. Although CBS hailed it as a two-hour "visual and audio delight," the made-for-TV mess was anything but.
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It was on New Year's day, 1965, when Soupy asked his young audience to go to Daddy's wallet and get those "little green pieces of paper with pictures of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Lincoln, and Jefferson on them, send them to me, and I'll send you a postcard from Puerto Rico." This led to a week's suspension (most people believe he was fired outright). Soupy jokes that he inspired televangelists that now use the same basic technique.

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What Makes a TV show a hit?What Makes a 'Hit' a 'Hit' - Part Two!
According to the National Association of Theater Owners (NATO), the average price of admission for a first run movie theater, for an adult, is $7.93. That means (roughly) that when a movie grosses $1 million, over 126,000 people have paid to see it. Disney’s already-infamous “John Carter” was a domestic bomb yielding “only” $70 million at the box office.
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What's Happening!! TV Series of the 1970s What Happened to What's Happening!!?
"Haywood was a really good kid and Ernest was an excellent actor. Fred Berry was the one to look out for. He could be trouble. He received many of the show's big laughs. Unfortunately, he later had some personal problems that carried over onto the set. After I had left the show, there was a big contract dispute and I was told that Fred was the instigator behind the trouble that followed. He convinced Ernest and Haywood to join him in a strike for more money. Eventually, the producers simply had enough of the boys' antics and they closed the series down."
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Classic TVThey Made an Album?!?
Yes, most of us are already aware that the likes of William Shatner, John Travolta and various “Brady” kids have all had their dreams of musical greatness and have all put out albums of their warblings at one time or another. But… they are far from alone in the world of surprising others who have also attempted to parlay their notoriety or fame in one field into the world of the recording arts.
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From a Vegas entertainer: The entertainers and folks I know who worked in Las Vegas pre-1980 liked it better than what came after, When the big hotel chains muscled in on Sin City the mobsters, even with the skim, didn't have the money to compete. They were eventually marginalized and Vegas became a corporate playground.

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Origin of the TV-Movie
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Shazam! TV show from 1974 Why Did They Fire TV's Captain Marvel?
"It was a precedent setting case at the Screen Actor's Guild, and Filmation had to pay me for all the shows they didn't use me on, plus residuals. Still, these clown's actions doomed a marvelous show. It wasn't John Davies' fault that he was suddenly thrown into the part of Captain Marvel. It was a rush job. I was fired at 1:00 PM that day, and he was out on the set at 3:00 PM. That's pretty darn fast, I'd say. One of the Execs' reasoning was "The kids'll never know the difference." Riiight. John's a fine actor, but he's no more Captain Marvel than I am Wonder Woman.
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Classic TV Show Sanford Arms based on Sanford & Son Sanford Arms
When CBS attempts to save Two and a Half Men without the show's star Charlie Sheen they are not going into uncharted territory. NBC faced the same dilemma when they lost Redd Foxx, the star of their number one sitcom Sanford & Son in 1977. The result, Sanford Arms, was a true debacle and one of the first programs cancelled that fall.
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1971 Saturday Morning ShowsSaturday Morning Shows 1971
1970 was a very good year for network Saturday morning revenues, so 1971 brought a continuation of the shows that were working - along with remakes of proven series from the past. All three networks started giving in to pressure from parent groups to offer more educational, and less violent programs. For the most part, they are all flops.
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1970's Christmas TV Shows
Is it too early?!? Journey back to the polyester decade to see what boomer kids were watching during the Holidays with loads of video clips from classic shows, many unseen in decades.
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Reflections On Bobby Darin
For 31 years Bobby's family kept a dark secret from him. In 1967, they revealed that his "sister" Nina was really his mother, and his "mother" Polly was really his grandmother! After these traumatic revelations he felt, "My whole life has been a lie." He spent a year at Big Sur, on the California coast, trailer living in the forest, wondering and writing.
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