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Milton Berle was the hottest thing on the tube in the early fifties but TV audiences cooled to him quickly. Fortunately, he had negotiated a 'pay or play' contract with NBC for one million dollars a year; an exclusive, unprecedented 30-year deal. In 1966 rival network ABC gave the comic an hour in primetime for one stinkeroo of a variety show. Problem was, no one thought Berle was a funny as Berle thought he was. So he lazily fell back on outlandish costumes and blatant stereotypes for laughs - as he does in this lame skit with guests Adam West (Batman), Van Williams (Green Hornet) and Bruce Lee (Kato).
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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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Jump back in time for a nostalgic look at Thanksgiving as it was portrayed on TV in the nifty fifties.
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Dialing For Dollars Local TV ShowDialing For Dollars?

Many a housewife in the 1960s, and well into the mid-1970s, would be sitting at home eating Bon Bons when the phone rang and a familiar voice asked, "This is Charlie Harville from Channel Eight's Dialing for Dollars calling. Do you know the count and the amount?" If fair maiden was watching the morning or afternoon movie she would know that the "count" was the number spun on the wheel early in the program, and the "amount" (what she could win) would be the money accumulated since the last winner.

David Bowie on TV David Bowie on TV
Bowie made several but not many appearances on American TV during the 1970s, mostly on talk and variety shows. Here are a few examples.
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Thanksgiving Day Parades History on TVShort History of the Thanksgiving Day Parades Tradition
Thursday, November 28, 2015 marks the 56th anniversary of the CBS All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade Jubilees. On that date more than half a century ago the network and producer Mike Gargugilo broadcast four different parades from four different locales: The Gimbel's Thanksgiving Day Parade from Philadelphia; The J. L. Hudson Parade from Detroit; The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade from NYC; and The Eaton's Santa Claus Parade from Toronto, Canada. (Eaton's Parade was always pre-taped in advance for later broadcast).
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Glowing like a color console yule log and glistening not with tinsel but with animated delights, "From All of Us to All of You" was a not-quite-annual Yuletide TV gift, Disney style. Though many animated specials celebrated Christmas, this special-like 1958 episode of the Disney TV hour predated those cartoon extravaganzas by years (the first, Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol, debuted in 1962, while A Charlie Brown Christmas premiered in 1965). This specially-produced Disney program was the first to bring newly-produced, prime-time animated Christmas festivities to the electronic hearth.
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Thanksgiving Day Parades of the 50s, 60s & 70s Alan Young, Mr. Ed & Marilyn Monroe?
On January 5, 1961, Alan Young was having dinner with friends, when they all stopped to watch the premiere of his new comedy, "Mr. Ed". Afterward, actor William Conrad (later, TV's "Cannon") said to Alan, "Congratulations, you've got a hit on your hands". Conrad was right, and today "Mr. Ed" is still in re-runs and celebrating its 50th anniversary. Next weekend, Alan Young celebrates his own personal milestone when he turns 92. I interviewed Alan by phone recently, and we talked about his life and career.
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Classic CommercialsClassic Commercials for Women
From the very beginning of the ad age, women became a key strategic focal point for advertisers. The polyester decade in particular played host to some of the most memorable and wildly successful ad campaigns of all time. All too often, early TV advertisements aimed at "the weaker sex" were condescending and simplistic. The women's movement in the sixties was one factor leading advertisers to rethink the methods they were using to reach an increasingly important market segment.
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TV terroristsThe Dark Shadows Movies
House of Dark Shadows stands as perhaps the most effective TV adaptation to the big screen until Star Trek II the Wrath of Khan came along in 1982. The daytime soap opera Dark Shadows struggled to find an audience before Jonathan Frid joined the cast as Barnabas Collins. This happened in 1967 just after Batman ignited in primetime; both Frid and Adam West became instant pop icons. Perhaps it was the success of the Batman movie that prompted MGM to green light a film version of Dark Shadows four years later.
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Classic TV star Jack Sheldon / 1966 TV Show Run Buddy RunJack Sheldon!
Jack Sheldon - you may not recognize the name but you'll recognize his voice from those wonderful Schoolhouse Rock segments from Saturday mornings. My favorite of his was 'Conjunction Junction' but there were others - like perhaps the most well-known of the bunch, 'How a Bill Becomes a Law.'
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Sandy Becker / Classic TV Host / kid shows on TVSandy Becker!
"Anyone who grew up in New York in the 50's and 60's had to know Sandy Becker. He shaped a lot of our personalities. Along with Hambone, Norton Nork, and The Old Professor, I remember his lovable puppets, Geeba Geeba and Marvin Mouse. Sandy Becker was one of a kind. He really seemed to care about his audience and about the welfare of the younger generation. We could sure use a Sandy Becker today."
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