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Posted in 1960's

Freddie and the Dreamers – Do The Freddie

Do The Freddie was a dance fad in 1965 by the British band  Freddie and the Dreamers.  To do The Freddie,…

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Posted in 1960's

Kimba The White Lion

Kimba the White Lion was an anime or cartoon as we called it from 1965 to 1967.  It was the…

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Posted in 1980's

Madonna Pepsi Commercial

Released for March 3, 1989 for her Like A Prayer album, Pepsi-Cola signed Madonna to a $5 million deal to use it…

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Posted in 1970's

Ball Buster Game

I just don’t know how this game didn’t become a classic! LOL.  Players move around groups of playing pieces set…

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Posted in 1970's

Robin Williams As A Cheerleader

This was during an actual game Nov. 11, 1979 Denver versus New England.  It was a stunt for the TV…

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Posted in 1970's

McDonald’s You Deserve a Break Today 1971

In its heyday, McDonald’s hired jingle writer Barry Manilow to write the theme song.

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Posted in 1990's

Jason Alexander in a McDonalds Commercial

Before he was George Costanza he peddled the failed McDLT’s for McDonalds.  He even had hair in this commercial!  The…

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Posted in 1960's

The Avengers Intro 1965

The Avengers was a British espionage series that first aired on ABC American Broadcasting Network but produced by the Associated…

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Posted in 1950's

The Adventures Superman TV intro

Adventures of Superman is an American television series based on comic book characters and concepts created in 1938 by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The show…

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Posted in 1960's 1970's

Froot Loops Bird Bot Commercial

Fruit Loops were introduced in 1962 and originally there were  there were red, orange, and yellow loops, the color of Toucan Sam’s nose.  There is…