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Sign Of The Times was performed by Petula Clark off her My Love album released in March of 1966. The song had much more percussions than in any of her other releases but she just said it was a "straight-ahead love song" with no hidden meanings like many s
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Originally aired on March 29, 1962 Marge Bergman (Melba Rae) reels from Monica's decision about the adoption and goes to best-friend Joanne and Arthur for solace.Search for Tomorrow began on CBS on September 3, 1951 and it's final episode was December 26,
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In 1964 Coca-Cola tapped the Limelighters for their rendition of Things Go Better With Coca Cola. The Limelighters were a popular folk music group that signed with RCA Victor but never had any chart success. The comic/character actor playing the tall, thi
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Ladies, did Old Spice really make you flock to men?
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Jonathan Winters became the spokesman for Mobil using his role as Maude Frickert, and elderly woman. He also was an upscale garbage man know for collecting "gahr-bahj" instead of garbage. Rent or buy laughs from Jonathan Winters here!
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Ajax was introduced in the early 60's as part of the Colgate-Palmolive cleaning soap line. The White Knight was to compete with Procter and Gamble's Mr. Clean.
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Mr. Whipple, played by character actor *** Wilson starred as the supermarket manager in over 500 commercials for Charmin toilet paper from 1964 to 1985. The first commercials were ironically recorded in Flushing New York. He only had to work two weeks a y
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Lily Tomilin was Laugh In's beloved operator Ernistine who would call out One Ringy Dingy, Two Ringy Dingy and “Is this the party to whom I am speaking”. As the operator she treated the customers with little sympathy and was condescending to whom she wasFeatured
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The Avengers was a British espionage series that first aired on ABC American Broadcasting Network but produced by the Associated British Corporation ABC, also known as Thames Television after the two merged in 1968. The Avengers was the first British teleFeatured
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For those old enough to remember, Night Gallery was created and hosted by the great god of imagination Rod Serling, as a follow-up to The Twilight Zone. The opening was set in a shadowy museum, where Serling unveiled a dark and disturbing collection of caFeatured