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  "Dahomey Dance" (John Coltrane) (1974) and "Tom Cat" (Max Bennett) (1974 to
1976) Tom Scott and the L.A. Express

  Hitler sings "Movin' on Up" (Ja'Net DuBois/Jeff Barry) (rec. 1974?) in a mashup
with clips from "Triumph of the Will" (Leni Riefenstahl) (rel. March 28, 1935)

  "Pick Up The Pieces" (Roger Ball/Malcolm Duncan/Alan Gorrie/Onnie McIntyre/
Hamish Stuart/Robbie McIntosh) (rel. July, 1974), "If I Ever Lose This Heaven"
(Leon Ware, Pam Sawyer), "Cloudy" (Stuart/Gorrie), and "School Boy Crush"
(Average White Band/Stuart/Ferrone/Gorrie) (1975) Average White Band

  "Silver Threads And Golden Needles" (Jack Rhodes/Dick Reynolds) (1974)
        "When Will I Be Loved" (Phil Everly) (1974)
  "Heat Wave" (Holland–Dozier–Holland) Linda Ronstadt (Sept., 1975)
      "That'll Be the Day" (Jerry Allison/Buddy Holly/Norman Petty) (1976)
  "Tumbling Dice" (Jagger/Richards) (1977)
      "Poor Poor Pitiful Me" (Warren Zevon) (1977)
  "It's so Easy" (Buddy Holly/Norman Petty) (1977) Linda Ronstadt '

  John Lennon on KHJ-AM parts 1 and 2 (Sept.27, 1974)

  "Fire" (Billy Beck/Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner/Marshall "Rock" Jones/Ralph

"Pee Wee" Middlebrooks/Marvin "Merv" Pierce/Clarence "Satch" Satchell/James

"Diamond" Williams) (rel. Nov., 1974) The Ohio Players

  "That's the Way of the World" (Maurice White/Charles Stepney/Verdine White)

(rec. Sept.16 to Oct.2, 1974/rel. March 15, 1975), "Shining Star" (1974/1975),

and "September" (Maurice White/Al McKay/Allee Willis) (1978) Earth, Wind & Fire,_Wind_%26_Fire_song%29,_Wind_%26_Fire_song%29,_Wind_%26_Fire_song%29,_Wind_%26_Fire

  "Hang Up Your Hangups" (Herbie Hancock/Melvin Ragin/Paul Jackson) (rec. 1974 to

1975/rel. Aug.22, 1975) Herbie HancocK (w/Wah Melvin "Wah-Wah Watson" Ragin, Paul

Jackson, Wayne Shorter, etc.)

    "All Nite (Don't Stop)" (Janet Jackson/James Harris III/Terry Lewis/Tony

    "Prof T" Tolbert/Anders Bagge/Arnthor Birgisson/Herbie Hancock/Paul

    Jackson/Melvin Ragin) (2003) Janet Jackson (out to outdo Led Zeppelin for

    most appropriated song bits....)

  "Fame" (David Bowie/Carlos Alomar/John Lennon) (rec. Jan., 1975/rel. July 25,

1975) David Bowie (with John Lennon)

  "I Saw Him Standing There" (Lennon/McCartney) (April, 1975) Maggie Bell

  "Love Will Keep Us Together" (Neil Sedaka/Howard Greenfield) (rel. April, 1975)

The Captain & Tennille

  "Main Title" (theme From "Jaws")" (rec. 1975/film rel. June 20, 1975), "Main

Title" ("Star Wars" theme) (rec. March, 1977/rel. June 1977), "Resolution and End

Titles" ("Close Encounters Of The Third Kind") (rec. June, 1976 to Oct., 1977/

rel. 1977), "Theme from Superman (Main Title)" (US film rel. Dec.15, 1978), and

"Flying" ("E.T. the Extra-Terrestial") (rec. March to April, 1982/rel. June 11,

1982) (John Williams) John Williams\]\\

 "Boogie Shoes" (Harry Wayne Casey/Richard Finch) KC and the Sunshine Band (rec. 1975/
rel. March, 1978)

  "Always There" (William Jeffrey/Ronnie Laws) (1975) Ronnie Laws

  "Do the Dog," "Normal/This Land Ain't Your Land," and "I'm Flexible"

(Martin Mull) Martin Mull "Soundstage: 60 Minutes to Kill" (1975)

  Sweet Transvestite" (Richard O'Brien/Richard Hartley) Tim Curry, Susan

Sarandon, Barry Bostwick "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (rel. Aug.15, 1975)

  "Better Off Without a Wife," "Spare Parts I (A Nocturnal Emission)," "Spare

Parts II and Closing" (rec. July 30–31, 1975/rel. Oct.21, 1975), and "Heart

Attack and Vine" (rec. June 16to July 15, 1980/rel. Sept.9, 1980) (Tom Waits)

Tom Waits

  "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (Jack Nitzsche) (film rel. Nov., 19, 1975)

  "Lido Shuffle" (David Paich/Boz Scaggs) and "We're All Alone" (Boz Scaggs)

(1975 to 1976) Boz Scaggs

  "This Masquerade" (Leon Russell) and "Breezin'" (rec. Jan., 1976/rel. April,

1976) (Bobby Womack) George Benson

  "I Don't Want to Go Home" (Steven Van Zandt) (rel. June 10, 1976) Southside

Johnny and the Asbury Jukes

  "Rescue Me" (Raynard Miner/Carl Smith/Fontella Bass (disputed)) (1976) and

"Bad Weather" (Ira Tucker, Jr./Stevie Wonder) (rel. Oct., 1978)

Melissa Manchester

  "Car Wash" (Norman Whitfield) (rel. Sept., 1976) Rose Royce

  "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" (Vini Poncia/Leo Sayer) (rel. Oct., 1976)

Leo Sayer

  "Alison," "Miracle Man," "Watching the Detectives," "Blame It On Cain," and

"(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes" (Elvis Costello) Elvis Costello (Declan

MacManus) (rec. 1976 to 1977/rel. July 22, 1977)

  "Pump It Up" (rec. 1977–1978/rel. 1978) and "Radio Radio" (rec. 1978/rel. Oct.20,

1978) (Elvis Costello), and "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding"

(Nick Lowe) (rec./rel. 1979?) Elvis Costello and the Attractions,_Love,_and_Understanding

  "Rainbow in Your Eyes" (Leon Russell), "Lovin' You" (Al Jarreau), "Burst in

with the Dawn" (Al Jarreau), "Look to the Rainbow" (Yip Harburg, Burton Lane)

(rec. Jan. to Feb., 1977/rel. May 27, 1977), and "One Note Samba" (Antônio

Carlos Jobim, Jon Hendricks) (2001) Al Jarreau (born Claude Russell Bridges)

  "Funky Music" (Barrett Strong/Norman Whitfield) and "Dan Swit Me" (Jeffrey Cohen/

Ray Parker, Jr./David Rubinson/Armstead Edwards) (rel. Aug.19, 1977) Patti LaBelle
     Armstead Edwards was Patti LaBelle's husband.

  "I Want You to Want Me" (Rick Nielsen) (rel. Sept., 1977 and live 1978) and

"Surrender" (live 1978) Cheap Trick

  "Movin' Out," "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant," "Vienna," and "Only The

Good Die Young" (Billy Joel) (rec. July to Aug., 1977/rel. Sept.29, 1977)

Billy Joel

  "Godzilla" (Donald Roeser a.k.a. Buck Dharma) (rel. Nov., 1977)

Blue Öyster Cult

  "Night after Night" (Michael McKean and David L. Lander) Lenny and the Squigtones
"Laverne & Shirley" (Jan.31, 1978)

  "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" (Lewis F. Muir/Maurice Abrahams/Grant Clarke)

Carol Burnett, Tim Conway, James Stewart (March 29, 1978)

  "The Robots" (German "Die  Roboter") (Ralf Hütter/Florian Schneider/Karl Bartos)

(rel. May, 1978) Kraftwerk  (it would fit in on Wave 103)

    Kraftwerk skits  The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson  and Josh Robert Thompson


  "Macho Man" (Jacques Morali/Henri Belolo/Victor Willis/Peter Whitehead) (rel.

June, 1978), "Y.M.C.A." (Jacques Morali/Victor Willis/Henri Belolo) (rel. Oct.17,

1978), and "In the Navy" (Jacques Morali/Henri Belolo/Victor Willis) (rec. 1978/

rel. March, 1979) Village People

  (Some VP lyrics are spoken by a GTA "III" ped and VP costumes are used by those

on stage at the Malibu Club in GTA "Vice City.")

  "10th Anniversery Hee Haw 'PFFT! You Was Gone!'" (Bickley "Bix" Reichner) (1978)
Archie Campbell, Gordie Tapp, Charley Pride, Lorne Greene, Loretta Lynn, John Ritter,
Dennis Weaver, Will Geer, Ruth Buzzi, Jerry Reed, Ernest Borgnine, Tennessee Ernie
Ford, Tammny Wynette, George Gobel, Billy Carter, Johnny Bench, and Johnny Cash

  "Highway to Hell" (Bon Scott/Angus Young/Malcolm Young) (US rec. Jan. to

Feb., 1979/rel. July 27, 1979) and "You Shook Me All Night Long" (Angus Young/

Malcolm Young/Brian Johnson) (rel. Aug.19, 1980) AC/DC

  "Cow Patti" (Jim Stafford) ("Any Which Way You Can," 1980) Jim Stafford

  "Take me to the River" (Al Green/Mabon "Teenie" Hodges) (1980)
     "Burning Down the House" (David Byrne/Chris Frantz/Jerry Harrison/
     Tina Weymouth) (1983)
  "And She Was" (David Byrne) (1985)
     "Wild Wild Life" (David Byrne) (1986) Talking Heads
         "Psycho Killer" (David Byrne/Chris Frantz/Tina Weymouth) by Frank Maglio Tico
         & the Man (May 12, 2021)

  "Rapture" (Deborah Harry/Chris Stein)  (1980 to 1981) Blondie

  (featuring Debbie Harry--the voice actress of Doris the Kaufman Cab dispatcher

of "Vice City")

  "Who Can It Be Now?" (Colin Hay) Men at Work (1981 to 1982)

  "1999" (Prince) Prince (1982)

  "Bang the Drum All Day" (Todd Rundgren) Todd Rundgren (1982/1983)

  "Every Breath You Take" (Sting) The Police (1983)

     "Georgy Girl" (Tom Springfield/Jim Dale) The Seekers (rel. Oct.10, 1966)
          "I'll Never Find Another You" (Tom Springfield) The Seekers (rec. Nov.4,
          1964/rel. Dec., 1964)

  "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (Robert Hazard), "She Bop," (Cyndi Lauper/
Stephen Broughton Lunt/Gary Corbett/Rick Chertoff), and "All Through The Night"
(Jules Shear) (rec. May to Aug., 1983/rel. Oct., 14, 1983) Cyndi Lauper (with Gary Corbett)

  "Jump" (Eddie Van Halen/Alex Van Halen/Michael Anthony/David Lee Roth)

(1983) Van Halen

  "California Girls" (Brian Wilson, Mike Love) (rel. Dec.19, 1984)
  "Just A Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody" (Leonello Casucci, Irving Caesar/Spencer
Williams, Roger A. Graham) (1985)
  "Goin' Crazy!" (rel. July 7, 1986) David Lee Roth
      "Just A Gigolo" (Leonello Casucci/Irving Caesar)/"I Ain't Got Nobody"
      (Spencer Williams/Roger A. Graham) Louis Prima!
          "Buona Sera" (Carl Sigman/Peter de Rose) Louis Prima (rec. April 19
          and 20, 1956/rel. Nov., 1956)

      "When You're Smiling ((Larry Shay/Mark Fisher/Joe Goodwin)/The Sheik Of Araby"
      (Ted Snyder/Francis Wheeler/Harry B. Smith) Louis Prima and Keely Smith
      with Sam Butera and The Witnesses (May, 1957)
         "The Closer To The Bone (The Sweeter Is The Meat)" (Grandpa Jones) Louis Prima 
         with Sam Butera and the Witnesses ‎(1957)
     "La Vie En Rose" (Édith Piaf/Louiguy and Marguerite Monnot) Sam Butera & The
     Witnesses (Oct., 1958)
     "I Wan'na Be Like You" (Richard M. Sherman/Robert B. Sherman) Louis Prima/King Louie,
     Bruce Reitherman/Mowgli The Man Cub, and Phil Harris/Baloo the bear  "The Jungle Book"
     (rel. Oct.18, 1967)

  "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" (George Michael) Wham! (1983/1984)!
     "Wake Jimmy Up Before You Go Go"
     "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by Wham!, video by Melanie, cinimod productions 2008

  "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" (Jack Norworth/Albert Von Tilzer)

  Steve Goodman (mandolin: Kenneth C. "Jethro" Burns) (1984?)


  One of the people not well represented here is Michael Jackson who has some tunes
that would fit in VC ("Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'," "Beat It," "Bad," etc.).

  1993 child sexual abuse accusations against Michael Jackson

  Michael Jackson interview with Oprah Winfrey (1993)

  "Living with Michael Jackson" (Feb., 2003)

  Trial of Michael Jackson (decided June 13, 2005)

  "...Bashir asked Jackson about the appropriateness of a grown man having sleepovers and
sharing a bed with a young person.  Jackson insisted that it was not sexual.  He said it
was a 'beautiful thing', and that he had slept in a bed with many children, including
actors Macaulay and Kieran Culkin."

  "Santa Barbara district attorney Tom Sneddon initially said, under Californian law,
merely sleeping with a child without 'affirmative, offensive conduct' was not a criminal
offense, and 'sleeping in bed with a kid is not a crime that I know of'. Gloria Gruber,
president of Prevent Child Abuse California, wanted state authorities to interview the
children with whom Jackson shared a bed. 'The fact that he sleeps with children who are
unrelated to him is definitely a red flag and concern,' she said.  Arvizo's mother, Janet
Arvizo, criticized Bashir's documentary as a 'gross distortion of the truth', and in-
structed Theodore Goddard, the London law firm, to file complaints against the Independent
Television Commission, which oversees ITV."

  Hero worship can lead to bad judgment.  I thought Michael Jackson was a moron on
the issue of sleeping with boys--an idiot-savant whose brain energy was focused on
songwriting to the deprivation of other brain areas.

  Let's assume he was innocent of pedophilia--he just, as he claimed, wanted to
get in touch with his child-like side.  There are several well-accepted ways to
do that--write children's books, host a children's show, teach at a grade school,
have your own kids and spend time with them....  I would strongly discourage
having neighborhood boys sleep in your bed with the parents paid to stay away,
let alone with a raised relief on the front door of two kids looking amorously at
each other and statues around of cupids (which people associate with Valentine's
Day and amour).  You're triple-damn daring people to suspect the worst--that
you're a pedophile--and daring trouble to come a-knocking.  And, if as predict-
able, it knocks, it's no good to breathlessly tell Oprah you can't imagine any
reason why some people, for no imaginable reason, are just too damn negative.  He
was being coy about what we all saw as the elephant in the room.  Assuming he
wasn't a moron, he was lying.  It just made him seem like a creepy liar.

  The accused is to be considered innocent unless shown guilty beyond a
reasonable doubt.  That isn't to be confused with "proven innocent."

  A standard question to ask in such matters of judgement--not cynical or mis-
anthropic but just common sense--is if the accused is innocent, why are they
lying like that?

  Likewise, Michael said he was emulating Jesus who spent time with little kids
that way.  Whether or not you believe in the Bible is beside the point.  For my
purposes here, it only need be figured as a book that either has things in it or
it doesn't (literal, figurative, allegorical, whatever).

  The two places where it comes the closest to saying Jesus said anything like
that are

  - Matthew 25:31–46 where he's given as saying words to the effect that he who
deprives the least of me does so to me.  Commenters say he was referring to the
apostles or other followers but some prefer to imagine it also applies to
children.  Even if imagined using that optional interpretation, that would be a
recommendation to >not< be abusive to children--not encouragement to be abusive
to them.

  - Matthew 18:1-10, 19:14; Luke 16-17  Jesus recommends seeing faith in God as
that of the simple unchallenged view of a child and harshly discourages criti-
cizing it.  He says something fanatical about poking out your eye or amputating
yourself if you exercise normal critical ability about it.  It refers to how to
have faith in God--not recommending you be credulous about everything, including
how to view someone sleeping with boys with parents paid to stay away.

  It nowhere describes Jesus spending time with chidren the way Michael in-
dulged in let alone says Jesus warmed himself on cold Jerusalem nights around
the soft round bums of little boys with parents paid to stay away.  And remem-
ber, Michael Jackson came from a family of Jehovah's Witnesses who, controver-
sies aside, pride themselves on their Bible studies.  They'd know it's not in

  You may have heard old jokes about priests and kids.  Imagine a priest so
suspected who said, "I was emulating Jesus...."  Does that make it easier to
understand?  That's what he did.

  A standard concern of court cases or such judgment--not too cynical or misan-
thropic but common sense--is to wonder why the accused is lying if they're so
innocent.  If Michael Jackson had aides or fans who couldn't do that they put
the "psycho" in "sycophant"--the "fanatic" in "fan."

  PS: if the Bible did say Jesus spent time with kids that way it would explain
that whole crucifixion thing....


  "Like a Virgin" (1984), "Material Girl" (1984/1985), and "Into the Groove"

(1984) Madonna

  "The Power of Love" (Huey Lewis/Chris Hayes/Johnny Colla) (1985) and "Hip To

Be Square" (Bill Gibson/Sean Hopper/Huey Lewis) (1986) Huey Lewis and the News

  "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)"/"Power of Love" (Jimi Hendrix) (Sept.21, 1985)
      "The House Is Rockin'" (Doyle Bramhall and Stevie Ray Vaughan) Stevie Ray Vaughan
      & Double Trouble (rec.Jan.25 to March 13, 1989/rel.June 6, 1989)

  "Control," "Nasty," "What Have You Done For Me Lately," and "When I Think

Of You" (James Harris III/Terry Lewis/Janet Jackson) (1986) Janet Jackson

  "Kiss" (Prince) Prince (1986)
      The Art of Noise featuring Tom Jones

  "Sledgehammer" (Peter Gabriel) Peter Gabriel (1986)

  "Addicted to Love" (Robert Palmer) Robert Palmer (1986)

  "Walk This Way" (Steven Tyler/Joe Perry) Run-DMC featuring Aerosmith


  "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party!)" (Beastie Boys/

Rick Rubin/Tom Cushman) Beastie Boys (1986)!)

  "Born to Run," "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" (Bruce Springsteen) ("Live 1975–85"),

and "Detroit Medley"--"Devil with the Blue Dress" (Shorty Long/Mickey

Stevenson), "Good Golly, Miss Molly" (Robert Blackwell/John Marascalco), "See

See Rider" (Ma Rainey/Lena Arant), "Jenny Take a Ride" (Enotris Johnson/Richard

Penniman/Bob Crewe), and "I Hear a Train" (Bruce Springsteen) (Tempe, Arizona


  Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

  "Cabbage Rolls and Coffee" (Eugene Levy/John Candy) and interview

The Schmenge Brothers and David Letterman ("Late Night with David Letterman")
      "The Last Polka" (1985) (Eugene Levy and John Candy)

  Max Graham's 2005 remix of "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Trevor Rabin/Jon

Anderson/Chris Squire/Trevor Horn) Yes (1983)

  For no particular musical reason:

  "Andrew Jackson: Most Terrifying Man Ever Elected President" by Daniel O'Brien of
Cracked (1829 to 1837/Sept.11, 2012)

  "The Gold-Bug"  (Edgar Allen Poe read by Vincent Price) (1843/1974)
     "Best of: House of Wax" Vincent Price, Frank Lovejoy, Phyllis Kirk, Carolyn
     Jones, Paul Picerni (rel. April 10, 1953 New York/April 25, 1953 USA)
  "Vincent" Tim Burton short film narrated by Vincent Price  (rel. Oct.1, 1982)
     Vincent Price rap "Thriller" (rec. 1982/rel. Jan.23, 1984)
       Vincent Price's Christmas Special Bill Hader/Vincent Price, Kristen Wiig/
       Katherine Hepburn, James Franco/James Dean, Fred Armisen/Liberace,
       Abby Elliott/Marilyn Monroe SNL (Oct.11, 2013)

  "David Copperfield" (Serialized May, 1849 to Nov., 1850; book format 1850/
movie 1935) W. C. Fields as Charles Dickens' Wilkins Micawber
     "Home Movie" W. C. Fields film by George Mann (1928) "The Japanese Sandman"
     (Richard A. Whiting/Raymond B. Egan) Artie Shaw (1936)
  "It's a Gift" (1934) Porch swing scene (edited)  W.C. Fields
     "My Little Chickadee" (1940) The Sheriff tends bar W.C. Fields
  "TCM Star of the Month: W.C. Fields" with John Cleese (June, 2001)

  During a rehearsal of a quartet of his, the violist asked if he liked their
tempos.  "Yes," said Brahms, "especially yours."  (Date?  Mid to late 1800's)

  "The Belle of Amherst" Emily Dickinson played by Julie Harris (mid to later
1800's/April 28, 1976)

  "Robert Smalls Escapes Slavery in a Stolen Confederate Ship - Drunk History"
  by Comedy Central with Brandon T. Jackson (1851, etc./April 5, 2019)
      "Drunk History - Bass Reeves Full-On Dances with Wolves (ft. Jaleel White)" by
      Comedy Central with Mark Gagliardi, Jaleel White (early 1860's, etc./Oct.15,
  "Al Capone Hid the Fact That He Was a Moron (feat. Joe Lo Truglio)" by Comedy
Central (1919, etc./Dec.6, 2019)
      Warning: alcoholism is bad for your health.
        "Drunk History vol. 6 w/ John C. Reilly & Crispin Glover" by Funny Or Die (May 24,
        2010) Tesla, Edison, and Westinghouse

  "Mark Twain Tonight!" Samuel Clemens/Mark Twain played by Hal Holbrook (late

  "Titanic sinks in REAL TIME - 2 HOURS 40 MINUTES" by Titanic: Honor and Glory
(Apr 14, 2016)
    "Titanic REAL TIME SINKING - *HISTORIAN EDITION* based on the book "On A Sea of
    Glass" " by Part-Time Explorer "On A Sea of Glass: The Life & Loss of the R.M.S.
    Titanic" by Fitch, Tad; Layton, J. Kent; Wormstedt, Bill (2012) (May 9, 2021)
    "Nearer, My God, to Thee" (Sarah Flower Adams),_My_God,_to_Thee
  Sunday, April 14, 1912 to Monday, April 15, 1912

  "Lon Chaney Shall Not Die! The Story of The Man With a 1000 Faces" by
Dark Corners Reviews  (Lon Chaney April 1, 1883 to Aug.26, 1930)
    "The Penalty" Charles Clary/Dr. Ferris, Doris Pawn/Barbary Nell, James Mason/Frisco
    Pete, Lon Chaney/Blizzard Dir. Wallace Worsley  (rel. Aug., 1920)
      "The Unknown" Lon Chaney/Alonzo the Armless, Norman Kerry/Malabar the Mighty,
      Joan Crawford/Nanon Zanzi (Estrellita in original release), Nick De Ruiz/Antonio
      Zanzi, John George/Cojo Dir. Tod Browning  (rel.June 4, 1927)



  Why I think "London After Midnight" is a lost film

  Think of practical effects meant to show living things but which are immobile--
they may make impressive still photos but film shows them to not move like living
things do.  They look cheap and stupid on film.

   It wasn't a horror movie.  It was a detective story where the detective used a
vampire disguise to help him solve the crime.  Lon Chaney Sr. used wires on his eye
areas and mouth area.  The still photos brought people in the theater but an
interview with an old person who saw it years ago said the makeup made her giggle.

  Look at the reconstruction on Turner Classic Movies--it looks like Chaney's wearing
a mask.  His expression is the same in every shot.

  If it were effective you'd think someone would have saved a copy.  It's like it
was universally considered silly looking.


  "Sherlock Jr" Restoration of a film by Buster Keaton (rel. orig. April 21, 1924/
4K restoration 2017)

  "Big Business" Laurel and Hardy (rel. April 20, 1929)

  "Dracula" Bela Lugosi/Count Dracula, Helen Chandler/Mina Seward, David Manners/
John Harker, Dwight Frye/Renfield, Edward Van Sloan/Van Helsing Dir. Tod Browning
Uncredited: Karl Freund  (rel. Feb.14, 1931 USA)
    "Count Dracula" Louis Jourdan/Count Dracula, Frank Finlay/Professor Van Helsing,
    Susan Penhaligon/Lucy Westenra, Judi Bowker/Mina Westenra, Dir. Philip Saville
    (rel. Dec.22, 1977)
      "Which Dracula Film is Most Faithful to the Book?" by Cinemassacre/James Rolfe
      (March 20, 2019)

  "Frankenstein" Colin Clive/Henry Frankenstein, Mae Clarke/Elizabeth Lavenza, John
Boles/Victor Moritz, Boris Karloff/The Monster, Edward Van Sloan/Dr. Waldman,
Frederick Kerr/Baron Frankenstein, Dwight Frye/Fritz Dir. James Whale  (rel. Nov.21,
1931)  (added music is too loud)

  "King Kong" Fay Wray/Ann Darrow, Robert Armstrong/Carl Denham, Bruce Cabot/John
"Jack" Driscoll Dir. Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack  (rel. April 7, 1933 USA)

  "Elmer, The Great" Joe E. Brown/Elmer Kane, Patricia Ellis/Nellie Poole, Frank
McHugh/Healy High-Hips, Claire Dodd/Evelyn Corey, Preston Foster/Dave, Russell
Hopton/Whitey, Sterling Holloway/Nick Kane (as Sterling Halloway), Emma Dunn/
Mrs. Kane, Dir. Mervyn LeRoyWalker (as Preston S. Foster)  (rel. April 29, 1933),_the_Great

  "Bride of Frankenstein" Boris Karloff/The Monster (billed simply as "KARLOFF"),
Colin Clive/Henry Frankenstein, Valerie Hobson/Elizabeth Frankenstein, Ernest
Thesiger/Doctor Pretorius, Elsa Lanchester/Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley and The
Monster's Bride  Dir. James Whale  (rel. April 20, 1935 USA)

  "There ain't no Sanity Clause" The Marx Brothers "A Night at the Opera" (rel.
Nov.15, 1935)
      Harpo Marx's voice (1930's etc.?)

  "War Of The Worlds" (The Mercury Theatre on the Air 1938 radio)
  Dan Seymour/announcer
  Orson Welles/narrator/Professor Richard Pierson/himself
  Paul Stewart/first and third studio announcer
  William Alland/Meridian Room announcer/Field artillery gunner
  Ray Collins/Mr. Wilmuth/Mr. Harry McDonald, vice president in charge of
radio operations/fourth studio announcer--from roof of Broadcasting Building, etc.
  (rel. Oct.30, 1938, 8 to 9 pm ET)

  "Son of Frankenstein" Basil Rathbone/Baron Wolf von Frankenstein, Boris Karloff/
The Monster, Bela Lugosi/Ygor, Lionel Atwill/Insp. Krogh, Josephine Hutchinson/
Baroness Elsa von Frankenstein Dir. Rowland V. Lee  (rel. Jan.13, 1939)

  "Young Mr. Lincoln" Henry Fonda/Abraham Lincoln, Alice Brady/Abigail Clay,
Marjorie Weaver/Mary Todd, Arleen Whelan/Sarah Clay, dir. John Ford (rel. May 30,

  "The Wizard Of Oz"  Judy Garland/Dorothy Gale, Frank Morgan/Professor Marvel/
Gatekeeper/Carriage Driver/Guard/Wizard of Oz, Ray Bolger/"Hunk"/Scarecrow, Jack Haley/
"Hickory"/Tin Woodman, Bert Lahr/"Zeke"/Cowardly Lion, Billie Burke/Glinda the Good
Witch, Margaret Hamilton/Miss Almira Gulch/Wicked Witch of the West, Charley Grapewin/
Uncle Henry, Pat Walshe/Nikko the Winged Monkey King, Clara Blandick/Aunt Em,
Terry/Toto, Mitchell Lewis/the Winkie Guard Captain (uncredited), Adriana Caselotti/
the voice of Juliet in the Tin Man's song "If I Only Had a Heart" Dir. Victor Fleming
(rel. August 25, 1939)
      My take on the Munchkin suicide rumor (there seems to be the shadow of someone hanging
      from a tree as Dorothy, the Tin Man, and Scarecrow sing "We're Off to See the Wizard"
      in a VCR version) is that the shadow was added as a post production prank.  Seen
      properly in other versions, you see a bird (crane?) in the spot, but the shadow of an
      alleged suicide there has a different shape, isn't just blurrier, in a VCR version, so
      I think it was a prank.

  Billy Gilbert/Joe Pettibone "His Girl Friday" (rel. Jan.18, 1940)

  "Road to Singapore" Bing Crosby/Josh Mallon V, Dorothy Lamour/Mima, Bob Hope/
Ace Lannigan, Charles Coburn/Joshua Mallon IV Dir. Victor Schertzinger  (rel.
March 14, 1940 USA)

  "The Maltese Falcon" Humphrey Bogart/Sam Spade, Mary Astor/Ruth Wonderly/
Brigid O'Shaughnessy, Gladys George/Iva Archer, Peter Lorre/Joel Cairo,
Barton MacLane/Lieutenant Dundy, Lee Patrick/Effie Perine, Sydney Greenstreet/
Kasper Gutman, Ward Bond/Detective Tom Polhaus, Jerome Cowan/Miles Archer,
Dir. John Huston  (rel. Oct.18, 1941 USA)

  "The Wolf Man" (1941) Lon Chaney Jr./Lawrence "Larry" Talbot/The Wolf Man, Claude
Rains/Sir John Talbot, Warren William/Dr. Lloyd, Ralph Bellamy/Colonel Paul Montford,
Maria Ouspenskaya/Maleva, the Romani Fortune Teller, Evelyn Ankers/Gwen Conliffe,
Patric Knowles/Frank Andrewsk, Bela Lugosi/Bela, the gypsy Dir. George Waggner
(rel. Dec.12, 1941)

  "Smart Alecks" Leo Gorcey/Muggs McGinnis, Bobby Jordan/Danny Stevens, Huntz Hall/
Glimpy, Gabriel Dell/Henry 'Hank' Salko, Stanley Clements/Stash, Bobby Stone/Skinny,
Sammy Morrison/Scruno, David Gorcey/Peewee, Maxie Rosenbloom/Butch Brocalli, Gale
Storm/Ruth Stevens (rel. Aug.7, 1942)
      "Clancy Street Boys" The East Side Kids dir. William Beaudine (rel. April 23,

  Peter Lorre/Signor Ugarte, Humphrey Bogart/Rick Blaine, Gregory Gaye/the German
banker refused entry in "Schindler's List."  Wrong decade--I mean, "Casablanca."  Dir.
Michael Curtiz (rel. Nov.26, 1942--Hollywood Theatre/Jan.23, 1943--United States)
     "Play It Again, Sam" (credit sequence) Woody Allen (rel. May 4, 1972),_Sam_%28film%29
        Rick Moranis/Woody Allen, Dave Thomas/Bob Hope, Joe Flaherty/Bing Crosby
        SCTV "Play It Again, Bob" (first aired Oct.31, 1980)

  "The Ox-Bow Incident" Henry Fonda/Gil Carter, Dana Andrews/Donald Martin,
Harry Morgan/Art Croft, Frank Conroy/Major Tetley, Harry Davenport/Mr. Arthur Davies,
Anthony Quinn/Juan Martínez/Francisco Morez--The Mexican, Francis Ford/Alva Hardwicke
The Old Man Dir. William A. Wellman (rel. May 21, 1943 USA)

  "Arsenic and Old Lace"  Cary Grant/Mortimer Brewster, Josephine Hull/Aunt Abby
Brewster, Jean Adair/Aunt Martha Brewster, Raymond Massey/Jonathan Brewster,
Peter Lorre/Dr. Herman Einstein, Priscilla Lane/Elaine Harper Brewster,
John Alexander/"Teddy Roosevelt" Brewster, Jack Carson/Officer Patrick O'Hara,
John Ridgely/Officer Sanders, Edward McNamara/Police Sgt. Brophy, James Gleason/
Police Lt. Rooney, Edward Everett Horton/Mr. Witherspoon, Garry Owen/Taxicab
Driver, Charles Lane/first reporter  Music by Max Steiner Dir. Frank Capra
(Sept.23, 1944 USA)
    Sorry for the brief appearance (also in another film I like, "Harvey," 1950) of
    a lawn jockey of an African-American.  I've rarely seen those statues in my life--
    and then probably painted with light skin color considerate of social problems.

  "Block Busters" The East Side Kids (1944) and "Ghost Chasers"

The Bowery Boys  Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell, etc. (1951)

  "My Darling Clementine" Henry Fonda/Wyatt Earp, Linda Darnell/Chihuahua, Victor
Mature/Dr. John Henry "Doc" Holliday, Cathy Downs/Clementine Carter--Doc's ex-love-
interest from Boston, Walter Brennan/Newman Haynes Clanton--cattleman, Tim Holt/
Virgil Earp, Ward Bond/Morgan Earp  (rel. Dec.3, 1946)

  "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" Gene Tierney/Lucy Muir, Rex Harrison/Captain Daniel Gregg,
George Sanders/Miles Fairley Music Bernard Herrmann Dir. Joseph L. Mankiewicz (June
26, 1947)
     "The Ghost & Mrs. Muir" pilot episode Hope Lange/Carolyn Muir, Edward Mulhare/
     Captain Daniel Gregg, Charles Nelson Reilly/Claymore Gregg, Reta Shaw/Martha
     Grant (Sept.28, 1968)\

  "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" Bud Abbott/Chick Young, Lou Costello/Wilbur
Grey, Lon Chaney Jr./Lawrence "Larry" Talbot/The Wolf Man, Béla Lugosi/Count Dracula,
masquerading under the guise of Dr. Lejos, Glenn Strange/Frankenstein's monster,
Lenore Aubert/Dr. Sandra Mornay Dir. Charles Barton  (rel. June 15, 1948)

  Orson Welles/Harry Lime, Joseph Cotten/Holly Martins "The Third Man" dir.
Carol Reed (rel. Feb.2, 1950 USA)

  "Kill The Umpire" William Bendix/Bill Johnson, Una Merkel/Betty Johnson,
Ray Collins/Jonah Evans, Gloria Henry/Lucy Johnson, Jeff Richards (Richard
Taylor)/Bob Landon, Connie Marshall/Suzie Johnson, William Frawley/Jimmy
O'Brien, Tom D'Andrea/Roscoe Snooker (rel. April 27, 1950)

  James Stewart/Elwood P. Dowd, Cecil Kellaway/Dr. William Chumley

  "Poor,poor thing."
     "...oh so smart or oh so pleasant." "Harvey" (rel. Dec.21, 1950)

  "The Spirit of Christmas" (Dec., 1950) Alexander Scourby (live action narrator)

and The Mabel Beaton Marionettes  "A Visit from St. Nicholas" (Clement Clarke Moore)

Sponsored by the Bell Telephone company

  "Jackie Gleason's Cavalcade of Characters" Jackie Gleason and Art Carney
from 1950 to 1952 telecasts of "The Cavalcade of Stars" on the Dumont network.
Hosted by Paul Reiser (June 2, 1994)

  "The Red Skelton Show" episode 1 Richard Bernard "Red" Skelton, Vincent Price,
the David Rose Orchestra  (Sept.30, 1951)
      Red Skelton "Guzzler's Gin" (originated 1935/filmed 1952) "The Red Skelton Show"
         Red Skelton, Jack Albertson: cow manure blooper (May 24, 1960)

  "Where's Charley?" Ray Bolger/Charley Wykeham, Allyn Ann McLerie/Amy Spettigue,
Robert Shackleton/Jack Chesney, Horace Cooper/Stephen Spettigue, Margaretta Scott/
Dona Lucia, Howard Marion-Crawford/Sir Francis Chesney  Dir. David Butler
(rel. June 26, 1952)  For those curious about this largely out of print movie.

  "Mister Peepers" Wally Cox/Robinson J. Peepers, Tony Randall/Harvey Weskit,
Georgann Johnson/Marge Weskit, Marion Lorne/Mrs. Gurney, Mike Kellin/Edward Barnes,
Florence Sundstrom/Mrs. Barnes, Patricia Benoit/nurse Nancy Remington (in 1954 she
married Mr. Peepers), Ernest Truex/Nancy's Dad, Jacques Aubuchon/August Hempel
Dir. David_Swift (Nov.2, 1952, and Jan.11 and 25, and March 1, 1953)

  "Stalag 17" William Holden/J.J. Sefton, Don Taylor/Lieutenant James Dunbar,
Otto Preminger/Colonel von Scherbach, Robert Strauss/Stanislas "Animal" Kuzawa,
Harvey Lembeck/Harry Shapiro, Peter Graves/Frank Price Dir. Billy Wilder
(rel. July 1, 1953 USA)

  "Our Miss Brooks" Eve Arden, Gale Gordon, Richard Crenna, etc.
       "Faculty Band" from "Our Miss Brooks" showing a oval German-style
       baritone euphonium (Oct.23, 1953)
   "Madison Mascot" (May 20, 1955)
       "The Big Jump" (May 27, 1955)

  Jack Benny, Bob Crosby, Don Wilson (announcer), Humphrey Bogart, Dorothy Collins,
(includes some PR photos) (Oct.25, 1953)
    Jack stands in for Gracie Allen, George Burns (April 11, 1954)
      Don Wilson, Jack Benny, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Mel Blanc (crying cab
      driver/train station announcer), Sheldon Leonard (race track tout), Dolores
      Connelly (magazine stand lady?), The Sportsman Quartet, Artie Auerbach/Mr. Kitzel
      (Scotsman), Chuckie Bradley, (actress), Frank Nelson (teller), Mike Moore
      (April 17, 1955)

  The YES Guy: Frank Nelson
        Bob Hope, Jessie White/Mr. Weber, Iris Adrian (secretary), Duke Johnson
        (juggler), Phil Phillips (Jimmy Durante impersonator), Tom Wade (two-headed
        man), Maurice McEndree, The Sportsmen Quartet (Feb.24, 1957 )
        "The Jack Benny Program"

  "This is Your Life" host Ralph Edwards
  Victor McLaglen (Oct.28, 1953)
     Lou Costello, Bud Abbott (Nov.21, 1956)

  "Seven Samurai" Japanese with English subtitles Toshiro Mifune/Kikuchiyo, Takashi
Shimura/Kambei Shimada, Daisuke Kato/Shichiroji, Isao Kimura/Katsushiro Okamoto,
Okamoto Katsushiro, Minoru Chiaki/Heihachi Hayashida, Hayashida Heihachi, Seiji
Miyaguchi/Kyuzo, Yoshio Inaba/Gorobei Katayama, Shinpei Takagi/the bandit chief,
Shin Otomo/the bandit second-in-command, Yoshio Tsuchiya/Rikichi, a hotheaded
villager, Bokuzen Hidari/Yohei, a timid old man, Yukiko Shimazaki/Rikichi's wife
Dir. Akira Kurosawa  (Rel. April 26, 1954),_born_1902)

  Van Johnson/Jeff Douglas on witches "Brigadoon" (1954)
    According to "Brigadoon," the townspeople emerge from stasis (like Gordon
    Freeman) for one day every hundred years.  They can't have done it too often
    since their English would be very different even only as far back as Shakespeare
    (late 1500's to early 1600's).  According to science, humans are rapidly ruining
    the planet for human life.  They'd soon have a horrible even fatal existence.
    Seems like a dumb plan just to miraculously live a few days as a hick (no elec-
    tricity, modern heating/refrigeration/plumbing/lighting/phones/computers, etc.).
      Porky Pig swears

  Salvador Dali interview
    with Malcolm Muggeridge on "Panorama" (BBC) (May 4, 1955)
    with Mike Wallace on "The Mike Wallace Interview" (April 19, 1958)
     "The Persistence of Memory" (melting watch)

  "The Night of the Hunter" Robert Mitchum/Reverend Harry Powell, Lillian Gish/
Rachel Cooper, Billy Chapin/John Harper, Shelley Winters/Willa Harper  Dir. Charles
Laughton (rel. July 26, 1955)

  "The Phil Silvers Show"  Fort Baxter in VC seems to be named after the name

of the location used in the series.

  "The WAC" Season 1 Episode 3 (1955)
      "Bivouac" Season 1 Episode 11 (1955)

      Peter Sellers drumming (1950s?)
  "Peter Sellers - A State of Comic Ecstasy" (May 9, 2020)
      Peter Sellers Birdie num nums "The Party" (rel. April 4, 1968)

  "The Honeymooners" Jackie Gleasn/Ralph Kramden, Art Carney/Edward Lillywhite "Ed"
Norton, Audrey Meadows/Alice Kramden "Ralph the Golfer" (Oct 15, 1955)

  March 3, 1956--I was born Glen True Winstein at Magee Women's Hospital, 300
Halket St., Pittsburgh, PA, 15213, to William Joseph Winstein, Sr., and Margaret
Ann True Winstein.
      I was raised in Bridgevile, PA, 15017.
      "Welcome to Bridgeville - Episode 1" by WashingtonSquareFilm (Jan.12, 2012),_Pennsylvania

  "The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show" "Jerry Lewis" "Juke Box Baby" (Joe Sherman,
Noel Sherman), "I Never See Maggie Alone" given as "Molly" (Everett Lynton, Harry
Tilsley) (April 10, 1956)  For some reason this isn't listed at
     "Juke Box Baby" (Joe Sherman/Noel Sherman) Tennessee Ernie Ford
     "I Never See Maggie Alone" given as "Molly" (Everett Lynton, Harry Tilsley)

  In "Supersonic Saucer" (1956), similar to "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, a

group of kids take care of Meba--an alien child--and protect him from bad adults.

(7:04 humbug: a hard peppermint candy.  Meba has no mouth so can't eat a humbug.)
      25:30 to 29:40  The antagonist Number Thirteen absconds with Meba using the
      back basket of a bicycle-like tricycle that has a basket on the handlebars.

  "Lust for Life" trailer Kirk Douglas/Vincent Van Gogh, Anthony Quinn/Paul Gauguin
Dir. Vincente Minnelli (rel. Sept.17, 1956)
      "Starry Night"
      "Vincent" Don Mclean song

  1957 Chevrolet Belair commercials
  My Dad's was a two door in Inca Silver with an Imperial White roof with a Matador
Red and black interior with black tires.  (I don't know about "sassy performance.")
     Sassy's Sassiest Boys Phil Hartman/Russell Clark, Christian Slater/himself,
     Mike Myers/Joey Lawrence, Jay Mohr/Andrew McArthy  Saturday Night Live
     (Oct.31, 1993)

  "Paths of Glory" Kirk Douglas/Colonel Dax, commanding officer, 701st Infantry
Regiment, Ralph Meeker/Corporal Philippe Paris, 701st Infantry Regiment, Adolphe
Menjou/Major General Georges Broulard, corps commander, George Macready/Brigadier
General Paul Mireau, divisional commander, Wayne Morris/Lieutenant Roget, company
commander, 701st Infantry Regiment Dir. Stanley Kubrick  (rel. Dec.25, 1957)

  Andy Griffith and James Millhollin "No Time For Sergeants" (rel. May 29, 1958)

  Hans Conried/Uncle Tonoose on "The Danny Thomas Show" (1957, 1958)
      Sacha Baron Cohen/Borat (2006)
      My guess is that Tonoose is where Sacha got the basic idea for Borat.

  Mystery challengers "What's My Line?" (1950 to 1967)

  George Burns, Gracie Allen, Harry Von Zell, Bea Benaderet, Larry Keating, Ronnie
Burns "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show"
  "Hypnotizing Gracie" (Feb.24, 1958) "Gracie is Brilliant" (March 3, 1958)


  "North by Northwest" Cary Grant/Roger Thornhill, Eva Marie Saint/Eve Kendall, James
Mason/Phillip Vandamm, Jessie Royce Landis/Clara Thornhill, Leo G. Carroll/The
Professor, Martin Landau/Leonard, Edward Platt/Victor Larrabee, Ned Glass/Ticket Seller
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock  (rel. July 1, 1959 Chicago)

  "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" Dwayne Hickman/Dobie Gillis, Bob Denver/Maynard G.
Krebs, Frank Faylen/Herbert T. Gillis, Florida Friebus/Winifred "Winnie" Gillis,
Tuesday Weld/Thalia Menninger (season 1, episode 1 Sept.29, 1959)

  Mickey Rooney ("Who wants to be tall?") and Jayne Mansfield then Ronald Reagan at
the 17th Golden Globe Awards (March 10, 1960)

 Spencer Tracy/Henry Drummond (patterned after Clarence Darrow), Fredric_March/
Matthew Harrison Brady (patterned after William Jennings Bryan) "Inherit_the_Wind"
(rel.Tenn. July 21, 1960)
 It celebrates the freedom acquired to teach the science of evolution despite
conservative opposition.  But debate arises from the artistic license shown in using the
trial as an allegory for the fanatical conservatism of McCarthyism and the conservative
Creationist stance.  For example, John Scopes' (Bertram Cates played by Dick York)
"Civic Biology" actually taught unscientific ideas about social Darwinism, racism, and
eugenics which contradict the heroicism the film intended for Scopes and Clarence
Darrow.  Darrow's scientists got evolution wrong (basically right but incorrectly
supported by pangenesis, Piltdown Man, and embryonic recapitulation--the hypothesis
that the development of the embryo of an animal, from fertilization to gestation or
hatching (ontogeny), goes through stages resembling or representing successive adult
stages in the evolution of the animal's remote ancestors (phylogeny),
  the townspeople didn't try to lynch Scopes who spent no time in jail, Scopes' fiancee
Rachel Brown (Donna Anderson) and heartless fundamentalist father Rev. Jeremiah Brown
(Claude Akins) were works of fiction, the most derisive prejudice was shown by Henry L.
Mencken (Gene Kelly/journalist E. K. Hornbeck of the Baltimore Herald in the movie) about
Southerners, Bryan didn't use Bishop Ussher's attempt to date creation at around 6,000
years before (around 6 pm on 22 October 4004 BC!) but said the world was much older,
Bryan--given as Brady as not reading Darwin's "On the Origin..."-- had read it a couple
decades earlier, there's no explanation about the things Darrow admired about Bryan (who
you might be surprised to learn helped pioneer women's liberation, etc.), etc.


  Belief in God is subjective

  In religion or politics there' objective and subjective.  Objective in
religion, to make analogy with music, is the math used for beats, measures, and
chords.  We should all be on the same page about that or you'll be hitting clams
and we don't want to listen to that.  Subjectively, there's freedom of subjective
reaction, nobody is obliged to anyone else's subjective reaction, and therefore
there's no objective substantiation for harm.  The main point for me is that
nobody should be hurting anybody over such things.
  In politics or religion, there's conservative and liberal.  Conservative in
religion is more literal and fundamentalist, liberal is more figurative and
allegorical.  If you go there, I'd recommend liberal and without harm.
  You can define God or atheism so simply there's no stipulation for harm or be
'centric and intolerant about either and harm.  I'd be concerned to criticize harm
either way.
  The main theme of apostle Paul, biggest contributor of writing to the New
Testament, is salvation by faith--not by objective proof.  Faith for me goes in
the subjective category.
  In any big group of millions there isn't one way they all do it.  The way some
atheists make their case that may annoy me is similar to what I may dislike about
someone presenting themself as a final arbiter of taste.  "You like albums I don't
like.  There are objective reasons why you shouldn't.  You're stupid."  No there
aren't.  The main thing that could be bad is if either hurts anybody.  That there's
no objective proof may be bad for belief in God but that there's no substantiation
for harm is the honey of it.  The atheist making that kind of case isn't giving the
believer their honey.


  "To Kill a Mockingbird" a novel by Harper Lee (1960) read by Sissy Spacek

(July 8, 2014)

  "Psycho" trailer ("Psycho" rel. Sept.8, 1960)
  "Psycho" Anthony Perkins/Norman Bates, Vera Miles/Lila Crane, Janet Leigh/Marion
Crane, John Gavin/Sam Loomis, Martin Balsam/Private Investigator Arbogast Dir. Alfred
Hitchcock  (rel. Sept.8, 1960 USA)
    1:48:38-39--there's a skull superimposed over Norman's face

  "The Magnificent Seven" Yul Brynner/Chris Adams, a Cajun gunslinger--leader of the
seven, Steve McQueen/Vin Tanner, Charles Bronson/Bernardo O'Reilly, Robert Vaughn/Lee,
Brad Dexter/Harry Luck, James Coburn/Britt, Horst Buchholz/Chico, Eli Wallach/Calvera,
Vladimir Sokoloff/the old man  (rel. Oct.12, 1960)

  Kukla, Fran and Ollie "Christmas Is A Time" (Carolyn Gilbert) (Dec.20, 1949)
      "Match Game PM" (1979) Ginger Morris: "Cuckoo, Friend and Ollie"
        (the "accordion" episode) (episode 27)
        (the "cuckoo, friend and Ollie" episode) (episode 28)

  "The Friendly Giant" Bob Homme, Rod Coneybeare, and John Duncan "Early One

Morning" (folk song) (1958-1960's?)

  Shari Lewis with Lamb Chop and Charlie Horse "The Shari Lewis Show" 

  (1960 to 1963)

  Ricki Wertz "Ricki & Copper" (1959 to 1969)

  Paul Shannon's "Adventure Time" (1960's? without audio and March 30, 1975)

  "Captain Kangaroo" Bob Keeshan, Hugh Brannum, Cosmo Allegretti, dancer George Zima,

and juggler Irving Harmon (July 22, 1961)
      "Puffin' Billy (The Captain Kangaroo theme)" (Edward G. White)
  "Heigh-Ho" (Frank Churchill/Larry Morey) Mary Martin

  "Miss Janey" Vance Braham Pittsburgh Romper Room (1960 to 1969)

  "Pittsburgh's Original TV Stars" Parts 1 to 5

  Joe Negri, Ricki Wertz (host), David Murray, Jean Connelly, Dan Mallinger,

Eleanor Shano, "Bwana" Don Riggs, George Eisenhauer, Josie Carey, Hank Stohl

(and Knish and Rodney), Bill Brant, Nick Perry, David Grantz, Lucy Seibert,

Ray Scott, Tom Finn, Adam Lynch, Marie Torre, Al McDowell, Marcie Lynn,

Fred Rogers, and Paul Shannon (Jan.23, 1988)

  Chartiers Valley School District  Bridgeville, Pennsylvania,_Pennsylvania

  Bill Winstein The Pittsburgh Press

  Stetson fedora
    Stetson Whippet brown felt fedora

  Ice Capades (1960)
      "Summer On Ice" (1961) (or June 24, 1960) (or June 1, 1959)

  Kennywood Park ads and promos (mainly from the 1950's and 1960's)
  "Kennywood Memories" narrated by Rick Sebak (Sept.28, 1988)
      "That Kennywood Summer" (extra footage from "Kennywood Memories" of 1988)

  Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
  4400 Forbes Ave. (in the Oakland neighborhood of)
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
     Carnegie Museum of Natural History
  Carnegie Museum of Art
     Carnegie Science Center
     One Allegheny Ave.
     Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212

  Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum
  4141 Fifth Ave.
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213

  Guillows Sky Streak balsa wood rubber band airplane (1960's),_Inc.
      "Big Bang Cannon" by Conestoga Co.  It uses Bangsite powder and water.
      It's a carbide cannon. (1960's)

  Bruni's Market (run by Rose Bruni, son Lou) is now the location of the Cucina
Bella restaurant (pizza, formaggi, etc.).  Cucina Bella, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave,
Bridgeville, PA 15017 (412) 257-5150,_Pennsylvania

  Great Southern Shopping Center, 1155 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017
+1 814-532-6186

  Portman's Farm Market, 3249 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017 (412) 221-5635
  I remember being taken there by my parents for bushel baskets of red delicious
and yellow delicious apples (crisp, sweet, and juicy) and apple cider.

  Fatigati’s Italian Restaurant was next to the present day
  Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 586
  637 Millers Run Rd, Cuddy, PA 15031
  (which itself is the site of the former railroad station).,_Pennsylvania
  Professional football player Terry Bradshaw, who had married local resident Melissa
Babish, frequented Fatigati’s, which operated from the early 1920s until 1992. People
traveled from all over the region for the steak, seafood and pasta.
  Cuddy originally was known as known as Treveskyn, named for Indian Chief Treveskyn,
whose village sat atop the high hill on Hickory Grade Road where today’s Calvary Church
is located.
  The railroad station was named Treveskyn, and the post office was named Cuddy.  The
source of the name "Cuddy" is unknown.
  South Fayette Connect Fall 2017 Volume 2, Issue 3
    also see

  Twin Lakes Park, 219 Twin Lakes Road, Latrobe, Westmoreland County, PA 15650

It's a good spot to take kids to teach them how to fish.
      The Spillway in Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, on the Pymatuning
      Reservoir is known as "Where the Ducks Walk on the Fish."

  There are various ways to talk to a cardinal (red bird).  My Dad taught me

this way when I was little.  Make a couple whistles that slide (portamento) up

then four to seven that slide down.  The cardinal will probably make whistles

that repeat the number you chose (two then five, two then three, etc.).

  "Davey and Goliath" (1961)

  Barney's poem to Juanita Don Knotts/Barney Fife, Andy Griffith/Andy Taylor
"The Andy Griffith Show" (1961?)
    Howard Morris/Ernest T. Bass, Sammie Jacqueline “Jackie” Joseph/Ramona Ankrum

  S & H Green Stamps
  Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning,_ventilation,_and_air_conditioning

  Lionel O scale steam locomotive trains

  (My Dad was a brakeman on the railroad in the 1930's.)

    Train Room Gary  Trains controlled by Mike's DCS and the TIU
     Lionel LionChief 0-8-0 Steam Locomotive Pennsylvania Broadway Limited
     Lionel Legacy Pennsylvania 2-10-4 J1A Steam Locomotive #6479
     1033 Transformer

  German glass Christmas tree ornaments
  Glass bird Christmas tree ornaments
  Mantle nativity scene manger

  Jonathan Winters on "The Tonight Show" hosted by Jack Paar (1957 to 1962)
      Jonathan Winters on "The Jack Paar Show" (Jan.31, 1964)

  Peter Cook "Experiences Down the Mine" Dudley Moore Beethoven sonata parody

of "Bridge Over the River Kwai" (Kenneth J. Alford/Malcolm Arnold) and a

complete episode of "Beyond The Fringe" also starring Jonathan Miller and

Alan Bennett "Beyond The Fringe" (1960 to 1964)

  "The Hustler" Paul Newman/Eddie Felson, Jackie Gleason/Minnesota Fats, Piper
Laurie/Sarah Packard, George C. Scott/Bert Gordon, Myron McCormick/Charlie,
Vincent Gardenia/bartender, Jake LaMotta/bartender, Michael Constantine/Big John
(rel. Sept.25, 1961)

  "West Side Story" Natalie Wood/Maria, Marni Nixon/Maria's singing voice (also
Anita's singing voice in Quintet), Richard Beymer/Tony, Jimmy Bryant/Tony's
singing voice, Russ Tamblyn/Riff, Tucker Smith/Riff's singing voice for "Jet
Song," Rita Moreno/Anita, Betty Wand/Anita's singing voice for "A Boy Like That,"
George Chakiris/Bernardo, Simon Oakland/Police Lieutenant Schrank, Ned Glass/Doc,
Tucker Smith/Ice (a character created for the film), Riff's lieutenant, Tony
Mordente/Action, John Astin/Glad Hand, Elaine Joyce/Hotsie, Tiger's girlfriend
Dir. Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins  (rel. Oct.18, 1961)

  "Birdman of Alcatraz"  Perhaps it prepares you enough to call this account of
murderer Robert Stroud fictionalized.
  Burt Lancaster/Robert Stroud, Karl Malden/Harvey Shoemaker, Thelma Ritter/Elizabeth
McCartney Stroud, Neville Brand/Bull Ransom, Betty Field/Stella Johnson, Telly
Savalas/Feto Gomez, Edmond O'Brien/Thomas E. Gaddis Dir. John Frankenheimer  (rel.
July 3, 1962)

  Highland Park Zoo  Howard Hayes, Director of Highland Park Zoo,

describes the elephants (1962)
      Polar bears, brown bears, goats, camels, emus, birds (?), otters, chimps,
      storks, bird (?), seals (1950's)

  Laurel Caverns in Western Pennsylvania
     Pennsylvania caves

  Regis "Rege" Cordic Olde Frothingslosh beer KDKA Pittsburgh (1962)

  "Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol" Jim Backus/Mr. Magoo/Ebenezer Scrooge, Marie
Matthews/young Ebenezer Scrooge, Morey Amsterdam/Brady, James, Jack Cassidy/Bob
Cratchit, Dick Wilkins, Royal Dano/Jacob Marley, Paul Frees/Charity Man,
Fezziwig, Old Joe, the Undertaker, Stage Director, Walter Scharf/composer
(rel. Dec.18, 1962)

  Ken Curtis/Festus Haggen "Gunsmoke" (1962 to 1975)

  "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" (1963)  Spencer Tracy, Milton Berle, Sid
Caesar, Buddy Hackett, Ethel Merman, Mickey Rooney, Dick Shawn, Phil Silvers,
Terry-Thomas, Jonathan Winters, Edie Adams, Dorothy Provine, Jimmy Durante,_Mad,_Mad,_Mad_World

  "My Favorite Martian" S1 E12 "That Little Old Matchmaker, Martin" (1963)

15:43--Robert Colbert/Bill Fisher calls Bill Bixby, who plays Tim O'Hara,

"Bill."  Ray Walston/Uncle Martin

  "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends" "Goof Gas" outtakes (1963)
     Bullwinkle's hat trick--all four animals (Rocky and His Friends/The Bullwinkle
     Show; 1959 to 1964?)
     More outtakes
     June Foray on voicing "Rocky" and "Natasha"
     Voices of Rocky and Bullwinkle

  Patty Duke: "The Patty Duke Show" clip, opening and closing ("Cousins": Sid Ramin
and Harry Geller) (Sept.18, 1963 to April 27, 1966); contestant on "What's My Line?"
(Dec.13, 1972)

  "Captain Newman, M.D." Gregory Peck/Capt. Josiah J. Newman, M.D., MC, USAR,
Tony Curtis/Cpl. Jackson 'Jake' Leibowitz, USAAF, de facto boss of the orderlies,
Angie Dickinson/1st Lt. Francie Corum, NC, USAR, Eddie Albert/Col. Norval Algate
Bliss, USAAF, Bobby Darin/Cpl. Jim Tompkins, USAAF, Robert Duvall/Capt. Paul Cabots
Winston, Bethel Leslie/Mrs Helene Winston, James Gregory/Col. Edgar Pyser, USAAF,
Dick Sargent/Lt. Belden 'Barney' Alderson, Larry Storch/Cpl. Gavoni, Jane Withers/
1st Lt. Grace Blodgett, Vito Scotti/Maj. Alfredo Fortuno, Italian POW Senior Officer
(rel. Dec.23, 1963),_M.D.

  "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb"
  Peter Sellers/Group captain Lionel Mandrake, a British RAF exchange officer
    Merkin Muffley, the President of the United States
    Dr. Strangelove, the nuclear war expert and former Nazi who uses a wheelchair
  George C. Scott/General Buck Turgidson, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  Sterling Hayden/Brigadier General Jack D. Ripper, a paranoid commander of Burpelson
Air Force Base, which is part of the Strategic Air Command.
  Keenan Wynn/Colonel Bat Guano, the Army officer who finds Mandrake and Ripper
  Jack Creley/Mr. Staines, National Security Advisor
  Slim Pickens/Major T. J. "King" Kong, the B-52 Stratofortress bomber's commander and
  Peter Bull/Soviet Ambassador Alexei de Sadeski
  James Earl Jones/Lieutenant Lothar Zogg, the B-52's bombardier
  Dir. Stanley Kubrick  (rel. Jan.29, 1964)

  "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" "The Jar"  Pat Buttram/Charlie Hill, Collin Wilcox
Paxton/Thedy Sue Hill, George Lindsey/Juke Marmer, Slim Pickens/Clem Carter,
Billy Barty/The Barker Dir. Norman Lloyd, Ray Bradbury short story (Feb.14, 1964)

  "7 Faces of Dr. Lao" Tony Randall/Dr. Lao, the Mysterious Visitor, Merlin, the
Great Magician, Pan, the God of Joy, the Serpent, Medusa, the Fabled Monster,
Apollonius of Tyana, the blind fortune teller, and the Abominable Snowman,
Arthur O'Connell/Clint Stark, the Ruthless Tycoon, John Ericson/Ed Cunningham,
the Crusading Publisher and the Transformed Pan, Barbara Eden/Angela Benedict,
the Widowed Librarian Dir. George Pal  (rel. March 18, 1964)

  "Top Banana"  Phil Silvers/Jerry Biffle, Herbie Faye/Moe, Joey Faye/Pinky, and
Sherry O'Neill/Betty Dillon  Civic Arena, Civic Light Opera (CLO), Pittsburgh, PA

  "The Americanization of Emily" (Paddy Chayefsky) James Garner, Julie Andrews,

James Coburn, etc. (1964)

  "The Great Escape" Steve McQueen/Captain Virgil Hilts "The Cooler King,"
James Garner/Flight Lieutenant Bob Hendley "The Scrounger," Richard Attenborough/
Squadron Leader Roger Bartlett "Big X," James Donald/Group Captain Ramsey "The SBO,"
Charles Bronson/Flight Lieutenant Danny Welinski "Tunnel King," Donald Pleasence/
Flight Lieutenant Colin Blythe "The Forger," James Coburn/Flying Officer Sedgwick
"The Manufacturer," David McCallum/Lieutenant-Commander Eric Ashley-Pitt "Dispersal,"
Hannes Messemer/Oberst von Luger "The Kommandant," Angus Lennie/Flying Officer Archie
Ives "The Mole" (rel. July 4, 1963 USA)

  "Phone Call with General Eisenhower during Cuban Missile Crisis" (Oct.28, 1962)
  "Listening In: JFK Calls about Furniture (July 25, 1963)" by JFK Library

  "The Birds" Tippi Hedren/Melanie Daniels, Rod Taylor/Mitch Brenner, Jessica Tandy/
Lydia Brenner, Veronica Cartwright/Cathy Brenner, Suzanne Pleshette/Annie Hayworth
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock  (rel. March 28, 1963)
  Music by Fred Vogels

  "Dibs in Search of Self" by Virginia Axline (1964)

  John Byner impressions of Ed Sullivan, Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennett (Oct.18, 1964)

  "The Train" Burt Lancaster/Paul Labiche, Paul Scofield/Colonel Franz von Waldheim,
Jeanne Moreau/Christine, Michel Simon/Papa Boule (rel. Oct.29, 1964 UK)

  Carl Reiner/Alan Brady toupee bit "The Dick Van Dyke Show"

"Coast to Coast Big Mouth" (Sept.15, 1965)

  Woody Allen stand-up (I965)
      Woody Allen and Diane Keaton at the 45th annual AFI Life Achievement Award
      (June 8, 2017)
         "By the Way, Woody Allen Is Innocent"--a series of videos by Rick Worley

  The Green Man/Charlie No-Face/Raymond Robinson (Oct.29, 1910--June 11, 1985)

  Illegitimati non carborundum

  Don't let the bastards grind you down  "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell

  My  Dad made an ornate rendition of this which he had framed on a wall of his

art room.  It's also probably relevant that he served in a tank unit in WWII on

the Burma Road where Stilwell was a General.  (Later, my Dad was on the art

staff, then artist for the sports page, of the, now defunct, Pittsburgh Press.)
      "The Sherman Tank Comes Home - We Can Do It! WWII" by Senator John Heinz
      History Center
      It may be the one I was familiar with that was parked on display in Avella,
      PA, in Washington County.,_Pennsylvania

  Bob Prince MLB All Star Game (July 13, 1965) NL6 AL5

  "A Thousand Clowns" (Herb Gardner) Jason Robards, Barbara Harris, Martin Balsam,

Barry Gordon, William Daniels, Gene Saks (1965)
      "A Thousand Clowns" (Gerry_Mulligan/Judy Holliday)
      "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" (Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn),_That%27s_My_Baby_%28song%29
      "The Stars and Stripes Forever" (John Philip Sousa)

  "A History of American Barbecue" by The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered
  Maple sugar candy
  Cream Danish
  Tree climbing

  Touring quadracycles

  Quadracycle pedal power quadricycle quadra-cycles
  Quadracycles At Sylvania Outfitters
  Tonmai's quadricycle
  Homemade Solar Electric Car 4000W The Ultimate Free Energy ! DIY Project
  Incredible Bicycle Car - PodRide E-Bike Is Great For Winter Commutes

  Wenceslao Moreno aka Señor Wences "The Ed Sullivan Show" (March 20, 1966)
      Richard Libertini/General Garcia with Alan Arkin/Sheldon Kornpett and Peter Falk/
      Vince Ricardo "The In-Laws" (rel. June 15,1979)

  The Beatles, hallway interview, Tokyo (June-July?, 1966),_Japan_and_the_Philippines

  "Hollywood Squares" host: Peter Marshall  center square: Paul Lynde (1966 on)

  "Sometimes nothin' can be a real cool hand." "Cool Hand Luke" Paul Newman/Lucas
"Luke" Jackson, George Kennedy/Dragline, Wayne Rogers/Gambler Dir. Stuart Rosenberg
(rel. Jan., 1967)

  Professor Irwin Corey and Al Martino "The Mike Douglas Show" (March 3, 1967)

  "El Dorado" John Wayne/Cole Thornton, Robert Mitchum/Sheriff J.P. Harrah,
James Caan/Alan Bourdillion Traherne, nicknamed "Mississippi," Charlene Holt/
Maudie Dir. Howard Hawks (rel. June 7, 1967 USA)

"The Prisoner" Season 1 Episode 1  Patrick McGoohan/Number Six  (Sept.29, 1967)

  "The.Graduate" Anne Bancroft/Mrs. Robinson, Dustin Hoffman/Benjamin Braddock,
Katharine Ross/Elaine Robinson, William Daniels/Mr. Braddock, Murray Hamilton/
Mr. Robinson, Buck Henry/Room clerk Dir. Mike Nichols  (rel. Dec.21, 1967 USA)

  "2001: A Space Odyssey" Keir Dullea/Dr. David Bowman, Gary Lockwood/Dr. Frank Poole,
William Sylvester/Dr. Heywood Floyd Dir. Stanley Kubrick  (rel. April 3, 1968 USA)
dubstep re-dit
    IBM is shown at 1:16:48 on the left forearm of Dr. Frank Poole's orange space suit.
    The reflection on the visor of Dr. David Bowman's helmet (as at 1:40:34) isn't IBM--
    it's a distorted MEM (as seen undistorted at 1:35:09).

  "The Producers" Kenneth Mars/Franz Liebkind, Zero Mostel/Max Bialystock, Gene Wilder/
Leo Bloom  Dir. Mel Brooks (rel. Nov.22, 1967 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 18,
1968 wide release)
    Lewis Black  The "Glenn Beck has Nazi Tourette's" routine during "Back in Black"
    on "The Daily Show" (2010)

  GTW editorial about "Glenn Beck has Nazi Tourette's" (which I thought was very funny):

  Two big changes have been made in recent years:

  - one is humanitarianism (overpopulation/pollution/global warming/climate change)
meaning we need far less people on Earth not more.  It seems unrealistic to expect
people to use the self-discipline recommended by scientists to minimize the nega-
tive effects people are creating.

  According to science, were all just one big human race--we just come in different
colors.  And most of them should just drop dead.  Merry Christmas.

  I haven't become misanthropic and cynical.  Circumstances have changed into a
paradox--you stop life either way.  It's not like one of two ways to pick you increase
the population and you're nice.  If you let people breed unchecked (old school humani-
tarianism) we all die slow suffering deaths with bug parts in our mouths.  If you
reduce the population at least we have a fighting chance.

   Human impact on the environment
      Human overpopulation
               Food, Inc.
           George C. Scott/General Buck Turgidson: "I'm not saying we wouldn't get our
           hair mussed.  But I do say no more than 10 to 20 million killed--tops.  Uh,
           depending on the breaks"
           Peter Sellers/President Merkin Muffley Dir. Stanley Kubrick  "Dr. Strangelove"
           (rel. Jan.29, 1964)

  The two rainforests recently (2021) dwindled to one, a Manhattan-sized chunk of the
Antarctic broke off, "Food, Inc." (documentary) wonders where we'll find the resources
to feed the burgeoning overpopulation, etc.  We need less people on Earth, not more.
Without killing people, we need to stop population, and the number will decrease.
Some may say that's like the Nazis and Eugenics, but, without killing people, we need
to reduce the population with abortion, abstinence, and/or some kind of birth control.

  - two is the conservative religious idea of homosexuals choosing to be bad becoming less

popular than the liberal idea of it being an acceptable sexual orientation.

  Having the gov't murder homosexuals (Lev.18,20) and try to kill Amalekite men, women,
and children (1 Sam.15) would be a much better comparison with Nazis. The Jews droppd
capital punishnment in the first century AD but kept the idea that homosexuals chose to
be bad.  After WWII, Israel again became a country--in the same land where some Jews
claimed God talked to them (when He wasn't taking that great).  Well after WWII and
"Schindler's List," in the late 1960's, the idea that homosexuals chose to be bad
became conservative then Orthodox among Jews.  Time hasn't been kind to Moses' rep.
Now, most there claim to prefer a two state solution regarding Palestinians but vote
leaders into office who make the idea of a refugee for a persecuted people seem ironic.

  This despite great expense by the USA, USA separation of church and state, and the

location of Israel being based on where the invisible guy invented a murderous bigotry.

Israel looks like the separatist effort by a marginalized ethnic group that a sociologist

would say looks like it wouldn't work--the solution to encourage is assimilation (as in

NYC).  And if you go there (to believe in God or not) as liberally as I'd recommend the

difference between Jew and Gentile, and the location of Israel, disappears.  Which I

think is for the best.

  (Problems for Abrahamic leaders like MLK in using the Bible or Quran to lend authority

to their words of brotherhood include conservative Jewish, Christian, and Islamic stances

on homosexuality, who is granted salvation in the next life, Biblical complementarianism--

men and women are equal but have different roles such as that men run things--and slavery.

Also, USA gov't efforts are supposed to have separation of church and state.)

  Regarding God or atheism, you can define God or atheism so basically the concern to

misinform or harm disappears, and I'd make this analogy with music:

  Don't mess with the objective--the math used for beats or chords and scales--or

you're hitting clams (sour notes), and

  don't mess with the subjective--allow freedom of subjective reaction--don't hit

anybody on the head with a trambone or a Fender bass over it.  Understand faith for

what it is likewise.

  Kept in check those ways, what anybody wants to listen to on their headphones---this

that or nothing--is their business.

  I'd recommend seeing heroism as restricted to events like running into the burning

building to save the child, etc.  Nobody's perfect, so if you expand it to the whole

person it's probably a mistake--explanations could even get thorny.

  You can write on a 3" x 5" card that to be unethical is to overindulge the self at

another's unnecessary hurt or offense, unfair regard or treatment, as by lying, stealing,

murder, etc.  For racism, homophobia, misogyny, etc., being junk science, see the latest

greatest encyclopedia.  No books about supernatural beings, heroes, holidays, statues,

etc., required.

  "The Odd Couple" Jack Lemmon/Felix Ungar, Walter Matthau/Oscar Madison Dir. Gene
Saks (rel. May 2, 1968)

  "True Grit" John Wayne/Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn, Glen Campbell/La Boeuf, Kim Darby/
Mattie Ross, Jeremy Slate/Emmett Quincy, Robert Duvall/Lucky Ned Pepper, Dennis Hopper/Moon,
Alfred Ryder/Goudy, Strother Martin/Col. G. Stonehill, Jeff Corey/Tom Chaney Dir. Henry
Hathaway  (June 13, 1969 Los Angeles)
    In his May, 1971, Playboy interview, JW indicated support for racism, not just
    disagreement with how to enact Affirmative Action, and homophobia, and criticized
    all social welfare programs as totally misguided.  The best I can think of is he
    may have been drunk on Tequila, but it wouldn't excuse that.

  "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" Paul Newman/Butch Cassidy, Robert Redford/
the Sundance Kid, Katharine Ross/Etta Place,  Strother Martin/Percy Garris, Henry
Jones/Bike Salesman, Jeff Corey/Sheriff Bledsoe, George Furth/Woodcock, Cloris
Leachman/Agnes, Ted Cassidy/Harvey Logan, Kenneth Mars/Marshal Dir. George Roy Hill
(rel. Sept.24, 1969 NYC)

  "Paint Your Wagon" Lee Marvin/Ben Rumson, Clint Eastwood/Sylvester Newel/
"Pardner," Jean Seberg/Elizabeth, Harve Presnell/Rotten Luck Willie, Ray Walston/
"Mad Jack" Duncan, "Wand'rin' Star" (Alan J. Lerner and Frederick Loewe) Dir.
Joshua Logan  (rel. Oct.15, 1969)

  "My World & Welcome to It" "Rally Round The Flag" E14 (Dec.15, 1969)

  Arte Johnson/Piotr Rosmenko and the Rosmenko Twins with Sammy Davis Jr.
"Laugh In" (late 1960's)

  Jonathan Winters on "The Dean Martin Show" Bartender sketch (1969?)
      Dean Martin and Jonathan Winters/Harley Ganglinger  New toys

  "Support Your Local Sheriff!" James Garner/Jason McCullough, Joan Hackett/
Prudy Perkins, Walter Brennan/Pa Danby, Harry Morgan/Olly Perkins, Jack Elam/
Jake, Henry Jones/Henry Jackson, Bruce Dern/Joe Danby, Kathleen Freeman/Mrs.
Danvers Dir. Burt Kennedy  (rel. March 26, 1969)!

  Bill "Chilly Billy" Cardille "Chiller Theatre" promo (1970's?)

  Emmy Awards: Tim Conway and Harvey Korman
      "Fire At Will" and Tim Conway's elephant story  "The Carol Burnett Show"

  Margaret Hamilton blooper on "Gunsmoke"
        The making of a Wicked Witch
  Movie Mania (1981) Margaret Hamilton

  "Patton" George C. Scott/Lieutenant General George S. Patton, Karl Malden/
Lieutenant General Omar N. Bradley, David Bauer/Lieutenant General Harry Buford,
Edward Binns/Lieutenant General Walter Bedell Smith, John Doucette/Major General
Lucian Truscott Dir. Franklin J. Schaffner  (rel. Feb.5, 1970 New York City)
     George C. Scott/George S. Patton opening speech  "Patton" (rel. Feb.5, 1970 NYC)

  "They Might Be Giants" (rel. June 9, 1971)
  The human heart
  can see what is hidden
  to  the eyes
  and the heart knows
  things that the mind
  does not begin
  to understand.

  "The Box" a poem by Kendrew Lascelles first broadcast in summer 1971 on
"The Smothers Brothers Summer Show"

  Clint Eastwood/"Dirty" Harry Callahan, Albert Popwell/bank robber
  "'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?" "Dirty Harry" (rel. Dec.23, 1971)

  "A Clockwork Orange" Malcolm McDowell/Alex DeLarge, Patrick Magee/Mr Frank Alexander,
Michael Bates/Chief Guard Barnes, Warren Clarke/Dim Dir. Stanley Kubrick  (rel. Feb.2,
1972 USA)

  Marlon Brando/Vito Corleone "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse."
"The Godfather" (March 24, 1972 USA)

  6:59 David Lloyd introduces Stan Daniels who talk/sings "Ol' Man River" (Jerome Kern/
Oscar Hammerstein II) in an archaic Jewish accent   Mary Tyler Moore Show bloopers
      Ed Asner/Mr. Grant  "I hate spunk." (1970)

  Liam Dunn/Judge Maxwell, Ryan O'Neal/Howard Bannister, Kenneth Mars/Hugh Simon,
and Barbra Streisand/Judy Maxwell in "What's Up, Doc?" (1972),_Doc%3F_%281972_film%29
      "...and cattle raped." Liam Dunn/Rev. Johnson, Jack Starrett/Gabby Johnson,
      David Huddleston/Olson Johnson "Blazing Saddles" (1974)

  George Carlin "Ed Sullivan Self Taught" (1972)

  "Emperor of the North Pole" Lee Marvin/A-No.-1, Ernest Borgnine/Shack, Keith Carradine/
Cigaret  Dir. Robert Aldrich  (rel. May 24, 1973)

  James Randi debunking Uri Geller (1973), Peter Popoff (Nov.3, 1987), and
psychic surgery on "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" (1970's-1980's)!
    "An Honest Liar" (2014)

  Gabriel Kaplan "Ed Sullivan, Ed Sullivan" from "Holes and Mello-Rolls" (1974)

  Jackie Mason impression of Ed Sullivan (year?)

  My Mom got me a cherry red Mosrite Celebrity hollow body guitar with soupbar pickups
(like P-90's) for a graduation present.  It was like the one in the video but with a
dark headstock and a Mosrite Vibrato bar.
    If you're as budget conscious as I am (March, 2021), you might try amazon and
    search for Firefly guitars or go to
        Finding The Perfect BUDGET Electric Guitar | Are Cheap Guitars Good?

  "Lincoln" aka "Carl Sandburg's Lincoln" Hal Holbrook/Abraham Lincoln, Sada Thompson/
Mary Todd Lincoln, Michael Cristofer/John Nicolay  (1974-1976)
      Revisionism meant to glorify the cause of the south of the Civil War is
      described in Wikipedia > Lost Cause of the Confederacy

  "Mr. Majestyk" Charles Bronson/Vincent "Vince" Majestyk, Al Lettieri/Frank
Renda, Linda Cristal/Nancy Chavez, Lee Purcell/Wiley, Dir. Richard Fleischer
(rel. July 12, 1974)

  "The Taking of Pelham 123"  Walter Matthau/Lieutenant Zack Garber, Robert Shaw/
Bernard Ryder/Mr. Blue, Martin Balsam/Harold Longman/Mr. Green, Héctor Elizondo/
Giuseppe 'Joe Welcome' Benvenuto/Mr. Grey Dir. Joseph Sargent  (rel. Oct.2, 1974)

  Robert Klein "I Can't Stop my Leg" "Saturday Night Live" (1975)

  Don Rickles  The lines making light about race and gay people don't age that well.  I
bet some then thought it made him "edgy" instead of like a homophobic oligarch.  They're
too old school, to put it nicely, but when he first hit it big he wasn't repeating jokes
so much like later on.  "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" KNBC-4  (Jan.17, 1975)

  Bill "Chilly Billy" Cardille "Chiller Theatre" promo (1970's?)
      Joe Flahgerty/Count Floyd SCTV "Blood Sucking Monkeys from West Mifflin PA"

  "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Jack Nicholson/Randle Patrick "R.P."
McMurphy, Louise Fletcher/Nurse Mildred Ratched, Will Sampson/"Chief" Bromden,
William Redfield/Dale Harding, Brad Dourif/Billy Bibbit, Sydney Lassick/Charlie
Cheswick, Christopher Lloyd/Max Taber, Danny DeVito/Martini, Dean Brooks/Dr.
John Spivey Dir. Miloš Forman  (rel. Nov.19, 1975)

    Jack Nicholson accepts the Best Actor award for his performance in "One Flew
    Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (1975) (he didn't win for "The Last Detail" in 1973 or
    "Chinatown" in 1974 which Twiggy, David Niven, and Louise Fletcher pretend he won

  Peter Falk/Columbo, John Payne/Ned Diamond "Forgotten Lady" (Sept.14, 1975)
     "That's the damndest example of good citizenship I've ever seen." "Murder
     Under Glass" Louis Jourdan/Paul Gerard Dir. Jonathan Demme (Jan.30, 1978)
     "The History and Influence of Columbo - The Quirky Detective Who Won Our Hearts" by
     PushingUpRoses (Feb.22, 2021)

 Robert De Niro "You talkin' to me?" "Taxi Driver" (rel. Feb.8, 1976)
      The real De Niro and Pesci show up "The Joe Pesci Show" Saturday Night Live
      (April 12, 1997) Jim Breuer/Joe Pesci, Colin Quinn/Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci,
      Robert De Niro

  John Belushi/Capt. James T. Kirk, Chevy Chase/Spock, Dan Aykroyd/Dr. McCoy, Elliott
Gould and Garrett Morris/network executives "Star Trek" parody "Saturday Night Live"
(May 29, 1976)

  "The Front"  Woody Allen/Howard Prince, Zero Mostel/Hecky Brown, Herschel Bernardi/
Phil Sussman, Michael Murphy/Alfred Miller, Andrea Marcovicci/Florence Barrett
Dir.l Martin Ritt  (rel. Sept.17, 1976)

  Jack Riley/Elliot F. Carlin: "Yeah.  It's a feeling deep in your soul...once you
were half, now you're whole...."  Bob Newhart/Dr. Robert Hartley, psychologist,
Suzanne Pleshette/Emily (née Harrison) Hartley, Bill Daily/Howard Borden,
Marcia Wallace/Carol Kester, Peter Bonerz/Dr. Jerry Robinson, John Fiedler/Emil
Peterson, Florida Friebus/Mrs. Lillian Bakerman, Renée Lippin/Michelle Nardo,
Howard Hesseman/Craig Plager title song Gerald David "Lorenzo" and Henrietta Music
Dir. James Burrows "The Bob Newhart Show" (Oct.9, 1976) (PS: James Arness played
"The Thing from Another World," 1951)

  Franklyn Ajaye "The Midnight Special" (Oct. or Nov., 1976)

  "Network" Peter Finch, Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Robert Duvall, Ned Beatty
Dir. Sidney Lumet (rel. Nov.27, 1976)

  "Mikey and Nicky" Peter Falk, John Cassavetes, Ned Beatty dir. Elaine May (rel.
Dec.21, 1976)

  "Annie Hall"  Woody Allen/Alvy Singer, Diane Keaton/Annie Hall, Tony Roberts/
Rob, Carol Kane/Allison Portchnik, Paul Simon/Tony Lacey, Janet Margolin/Robin,
Shelley Duvall/Pam, Christopher Walken (credited as "Christopher Wlaken")/Duane
Hall Dir. Woody Allen  (rel. April 20, 1977 USA)

  James Earl Jones/Darth Vader "Star Wars" film series (rel. May 25, 1977 etc.)

  "Runaway" (Del Shannon and Max Crook) Bonnie Raitt "The Midnight Special"
(live June 10, 1977)

  George Burns/God and John Denver/Jerry Landers "Oh, God!"  The film was directed
by Carl Reiner from a screenplay written by Larry Gelbart which was based on a
1971 novel of the same name by Avery Corman. (rel. Oct.7, 1977),_God!_%28film%29

  "The Big Sleep" Robert Mitchum/Philip Marlowe, Sarah Miles/Charlotte Sternwood Regan,
Richard Boone/Lash Canino, Candy Clark/Camilla Sternwood, James Stewart/General
Sternwood  Dir. Michael Winner (rel. March 13, 1978)

  "The Buddy Holly Story" Gary Busey/Buddy Holly, Don Stroud/Jesse Charles,
Charles Martin Smith/Ray Bob Simmons, Conrad Janis/Ross Turner, William Jordan/
Riley, Maria Richwine/María Elena Holly, Amy Johnston/Cindy Lou Dir. Steve Rash
(rel. May 18, 1978)

  Jane Curtin, Gilda Radner/Roseanne Roseannadanna on King Tut Saturday Night Live/
SNL (Feb.24, 1979)

  Margot Kidder/Mrs. Potter, Dan Aykroyd/Fred Garvin: male prostitute
Saturday Night Live/SNL (March 17, 1979)

  "Stalker" Alexander Kaidanovsky/the Stalker, Anatoly Solonitsyn/the Writer,
Alisa Freindlich/the Stalker's wife Dir. Andrei Tarkovsky (rel. May 25, 1979 limited)
(Russian with English subtitles)

  "Being There" Peter Sellers/Chance the gardener (Chauncey Gardiner), Jack Warden/
the President, Melvyn Douglas/Ben Rand, Dir. Hal Ashby (rel. Dec.19, 1979)

  "The Shining" Jack Nicholson/Jack Torrance, Shelley Duvall/Wendy Torrance, Danny
Lloyd/Danny Torrance, Scatman Crothers/Dick Hallorann, Barry Nelson/Stuart Ullman
Dir. Stanley Kubrick  (rel. May 23, 1980 USA)

  "Taxi" Christopher Lloyd/Rev. Jim "Iggy" Ignatowski (March 4, 1980)
    "Latka's Cookies" (Feb.5, 1981)
  "Latka The Playboy" (May 21, 1981) "Taxi"
    Danny DeVito/Louie De Palma, Judd_Hirsch/Alex Reiger (Oct.8, 1981)
  Andy Kaufman/Latka Gravas, Barry Nelson/Dr. Jeffries (Oct.22, 1981)
  In GTA "Vice City," Kaufman Cabs (the building and vehicle) are named after Andy
  Kaufman.  (After completing missions for Kaufman Cabs, the vehicle radio is re-
  placed by dispatcher calls between Debbie Harry "Blondie"/Doris and cab drivers.)
    Latka imitates Tony Danza/Anthony Mark "Tony" Banta (date?)

  "Airplane!" Robert Hays/Ted Striker, Julie Hagerty/Elaine Dickinson, Leslie
Nielsen/Dr. Rumack, Peter Graves/Capt. Clarence Oveur, Lloyd Bridges/Steve
McCroskey, Robert Stack/Capt. Rex Kramer, Lorna Patterson/Randy Dirs. Jim
Abrahams, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker  (rel. July 2, 1980)
  "...and don't call me Shirley." Leslie Nielsen/Dr. Rumack "Airplane!" (June 27,
1980 in Toronto and Buffalo/July 2, 1980 Wide)!,_Abrahams_and_Zucker
    An earlier use of the pun:
    "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" (Sept.20, 1971 episode 94) Dick Martin as a football
    player denies to an interviewer that some on the team aren't manly.  The
    interviewer says, "surely..." and Dick Martin says, "Don't call me Shirley."–71)

  "Raging Bull" Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Cathy Moriarty, Frank Vincent ("III,"
"San Andreas," "Liberty City Stories") Dir. Martin Scorsese (Nov.14, 1980 New York
City/Dec.19, 1980 USA)

  "My Favorite Year" Peter O'Toole/Alan Swann, Mark Linn-Baker/Benjy Stone, Jessica
Harper/K.C. Downing, Joseph Bologna/King Kaiser, Bill Macy/Sy Benson, Lainie Kazan/
Belle Carroca Dir. Richard Benjamin  (rel. Oct.8, 1982)

  "The Executioner's Song" Tommy Lee Jones/Gary Mark Gilmore, Christine Lahti/Brenda
Nicol, Rosanna Arquette/Nicole Baker, Eli Wallach/Uncle Vern Damico, Steven Keats/
Larry Samuels (Larry Schiller figure)  Dir. Lawrence Schiller (rel. Nov.28, 1982)
    "Man of the House" Tommy Lee Jones/Texas Ranger Lieutenant Roland Sharp, Cedric The
    Entertainer/Percy Stevens, Christina Milian/Anne, Monica Keena/Evie, Kelli Garner/
    Barbara 'Barb' Thompson Dir. Stephen Herek  (rel. Feb.25, 2005)

  "Holiday Road" (Lindsey Buckingham) "National Lampoon's Vacation" edit
Chevy Chase/Clark W. Griswold, Christie Brinkley/the Girl in Red Ferrari,
Beverly D'Angelo/Ellen Griswold, Anthony Michael Hall/Russell "Rusty" Griswold,
Dana Barron as Audrey Griswold Dir.Harold Ramis  (rel. July 29, 1983)

  Al Pacino/Tony Montana--ending and "Say 'Hello' to my little friend"
  "Scarface" (rel. Dec.9, 1983 USA)

  Seed catalogues
     Adlumia Fungosa (Allegheny vine)
  Gardening TV show and books

  Christopher Guest/Nigel Tufnel and Rob_Reiner/Martin "Marty" Di Bergi
  "These go to eleven."  Mach piece in D minor  "This Is Spinal Tap" (March 2,

  "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai" Peter Weller/Dr. Buckaroo Banzai, John Lithgow/
Dr. Emilio Lizardo/Lord John Whorfink, Ellen Barkin/Penny Priddy/Anne Banzai, Jeff
Goldblum/Dr. Sidney Zweibel/"New Jersey," Christopher Lloyd/John Bigbooté, Lewis Smith/
Tommy "Perfect Tommy" Dir. W. D. Richter  (rel. Aug.15, 1984)
    "3rd Rock from the Sun: The Best of Dick Solomon (Season One)" (1996) by Charlie Mars
    John Lithgow/Dick Solomon, Jane Curtin/Mary Albright, Simbi Khali/Nina Campbell,
    French Stewart/Harry Solomon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt/Tommy Solomon, Ileen Getz/Dr.
    Judith Draper, Ed Begley Jr./Jeff, Harry Morgan/Professor Suter, Kristen Johnston/
    Sally Solomon
       "Oklahoma!" (Rodgers and Hammerstein) with John Raitt (March 26, 1996)!_%281955_film%29
          John Cleese/Professor Liam Neesom (April 29, 1998)

             William Shatner/the Big Giant Head sings "How High the Moon" (Nancy Hamilton
             and Morgan Lewis) (May 23, 2000)

  "The Terminator" Arnold Schwarzenegger/the Terminator, Michael Biehn/Kyle Reese,
Linda Hamilton/Sarah Connor, Paul Winfield/Ed Traxler Dir. James Cameron
(Oct.26, 1984)

  "Ran"  Click the round gear-looking thing in the bottom right corner.  Below Quality
and Speed is a word in a foreign language.  Click it and then click the third/bottom
choice for English captions.
 Tatsuya Nakadai as Ichimonji Hidetora, the film's equivalent to King Lear,
Akira Terao as Ichimonji "Taro" Takatora, Hidetora's eldest son and heir, the film's
equivalent to Goneril
Jinpachi Nezu as Ichimonji "Jiro" Masatora, Hidetora's second son, the film's equiva-
lent to Regan
Daisuke Ryu as Ichimonji "Saburo" Naotora, Hidetora's youngest son, the film's equiva-
lent to Cordelia
Mieko Harada as Lady Kaede, Taro's wife and the film's equivalent to Edmund
Yoshiko Miyazaki as Lady Sué, Jiro's wife whose clan was destroyed by Hidetora and the
rough equivalent to Albany, husband to Goneril
Directed by Akira Kurosawa (rel. May 31, 1985 Tokyo)\

  "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" William Shatner/Admiral James T. Kirk, Leonard
Nimoy/Spock, DeForest Kelley/Dr. Leonard McCoy, George Takei/Hikaru Sulu, James
Doohan/Montgomery Scott, Catherine Hicks/Dr. Gillian Taylor, Walter Koenig/Commander
Pavel Chekov, Nichelle Nichols/Uhura, Koenig, Jane Wyatt/Amanda Grayson, Mark Lenard/
Ambassador Sarek  (rel. Nov.26, 1986)

  "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" ending Steve Martin/Neal Page, John Candy/Del
Griffith, Laila Robins/Susan Page Dir. John Hughes (rel. Nov.25, 1987),_Trains_and_Automobiles

  George Carl "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (? and May 27, 1986)

  Jack Benny, Johnny Carson, Don Wilson, Benny Rubin, Charles Cantor, Glen Turnbull,
Barbara Wooddell (Oct.22, 1963) "The Jack Benny Program"

    Johnny Carson monologue (Aug.24, 1964)
    Buddy Rich with The Tonight Show Band
    "Sister Sadie" (Horace Silver) and "West Side Story Medley"
    (Leonard Bernstein arranged by Bill Reddie) (Nov., 1966)
    Later appearances (among those of the next 20 years?)
    ?, "Nutville" (Horace Silver), ?, "Love is Here to Stay" (George
    Gershwin), (clip shown above), ?
      Bob Hope, Dean Martin, and George Gobel (March 6, 1969)

      Pat McCormick streaks during Johnny's monologue (March 28, 1974)
      Frank Sinatra surprised by Don Rickles (1976)
      "La cathédrale engloutie" ("The Sunken Cathedral")  (Claude Debussy)
      (pub.1910) played by Rousseau (June 1, 2020)
      Ed McMahon: "and from the San Diego Jew...Zoo..." (April 8, 1977)
      Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon blooper
      Richard Pryor (Jan.12, 1979)
      Johnny Carson and Doc Severinsen talk Thanksgiving plans (1979)
      "Stump the Band" Teri Stone w/Johnny, Doc, and Ed (Dec.14, 1979)
      "Carnac the Magnificent" sis boom bah (1980's?)
      David Tolley (spur of the moment fill in pianist from the audience) "Memory"
      (Andrew Lloyd Webber) (Dec.19, 1985)
      George Carlin Thanksgiving (1986)
      Johnny Carson dances to "Tea for Two" (Vincent Youmans/Irving Caesar) after a
      joke bombs then the band plays a bit of "Johnny's Theme" (Paul Anka/
      Johnny Carson) (Aug.11, 1989)
      Johnny Carson and Tommy Newsom (March, 1991)
      Drew Carey First appearance on The Tonight Show (Nov.8, 1991)

  Warning--colorful language:
  Pat McCormick (a writer of Carson's Tonight Show) roasts Ed Mcmahon (1978)
      Howard Stern  The Ed McMahon "audiobook" (a mashup edit by Richard Christy and
      Sal Governale) with Gilbert Gottfried, Robin Quivers, and Artie Lange
      "The Howard Stern Show" (2007)

  "Firing Line" William F. Buckley Jr. with Noam Chomsky (April 3, 1969)
      In conversation with Gore Vidal and Noam Chomsky (approx.Jan.30th, 1991)
          "Manufacturing Consent" (1992) The analysis of political economy and mass media
         of the book "Manufacturing Consent" by Norm Chomsky with Edward S. Herman

  Jimi Hendrix "Hear My Train A Comin'" (Jimi Hendrix)
      Jimi Hendrix (July 7, 1969)
  Orson Welles (July 27, 1970)
  John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Sept.11, 1971)
  Gore Vidal, Janet Flanner, and Norman Mailer (Dec.1, 1971)
  Bob Hope (Oct.4, 1972)
  Laurence Olivier (Jan.24, 1973)
  Marlon Brando (June 12, 1973)  "The Dick Cavett Show"

     Sterling Hayden
        James Woods
  Tom Snyder

  Calvert DeForest The Etiquette collection (1982 to 1990)
      Juggler/Comic Michael Davis (1983 to 1986)
  Peter O'Toole and Richard Harris  (1983 to 2007)
      Chris Elliott "The Guy Under the Seats" (1984 to 1986)
  Jay Leno part 2 (1984 to 1986) 
      Gerry Mulligan and baby Kevin (1985 to 1986)
  Sam Kinison (Nov.14, 1985)
  zombie Jesus/if Jesus had A wife (show/date?) "Late Night with David Letterman"
      Johnny Carson's last TV appearance

  Jackie Mason "The World According to Me!" on Broadway (1986) by Joe Krisocki
(Feb.10, 2019)

    After 1986:

  Alan King (who was survived by his wife) (March 8, 1987)
    on "Late Night with David Letterman" (1988)

  Paul Hogan at the 59th Acadamy Awards (March 30, 1987)

  "Babette's Feast" Danish with English subtitles Stéphane Audran/Babette Hersant.
Bodil Kjer/Philippa (old), Birgitte Federspiel/Martine (old), Jarl Kulle/General
Lorens Löwenhielm (old), Jean-Philippe Lafont/Achille Papin  dir. Gabriel Axel
(rel. Aug.28, 1987)

  "Buster Keaton: A Hard Act to Follow" (1987)
    "The Great Buster: A Celebration" (1918)

  David Allen Grier/Don "No Soul" Simmons from "Amazon Women on the Moon" (rel.
Sept.18, 1987)

  "I Get Weak" (Diane Warren) Belinda Carlisle (rel. Feb.15, 1988)

  "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" (Charlie Reid, Craig Reid) The Proclaimers (Aug.1988 UK)

  "The Naked Gun: From the Files of the Police Squad!" Leslie Nielsen/Lt. Frank
\Drebin, Priscilla Presley/Jane Spencer, Ricardo Montalbán/Vincent Ludwig,
George Kennedy/Capt. Ed Hocken, O. J. Simpson/Det. Nordberg Dir. David Zucker
(rel. Dec.2, 1988)!,_Abrahams_and_Zucker
     "Norm Macdonald Constant Sh"***"ing on OJ Simpson" parts 1 and 2

  "Rain Man" Dustin Hoffman/Raymond "Ray" Babbitt, an autistic savant who is
Charlie's elder brother, Tom Cruise/Charles "Charlie" Babbitt, Valeria Golino/
Susanna Dir. Barry Levinson  (rel. Dec.16, 1988)

  "Orinoco Flow" (Sail Away) (Enya, Roma Ryan) Enya (Jan.10, 1989 USA)

  "Dead Poets Society" Robin Williams/John Keating, Robert Sean Leonard/Neil Perry,
Ethan Hawke/Todd Anderson, Josh Charles/Knox Overstreet, Gale Hansen/Charlie Dalton,
Norman Lloyd/Headmaster Gale Nolan Dir. Peter Weir  (rel. June 2, 1989)

  "Tetsuo: the Iron Man" (Japanese with English subtitles) Tomorowo Taguchi/Man
(Salaryman), Kei Fujiwara/Woman (Girlfriend), Nobu Kanaoka/Woman in Glasses,
Shinya Tsukamoto/Guy (Metal Fetishist), Naomasa Musaka/Doctor, Renji Ishibashi/
Tramp, Dir. Shinya Tsukamoto  (rel. July 1, 1989)

  "Escapade" (Janet Jackson, James Harris III, Terry Lewis) Janet Jackson (rel. Jan.8,

  Matthew Broderick/Clark Kellogg, Bruno Kirby/Victor Ray, Marlon Brando/Vito
Carmine "The Freshman" (rel. July 20, 1990)

  "Edward Scissorhands" Johnny Depp/Edward Scissorhands, Winona Ryder/Kim Boggs,
Dianne Wiest/Peg Boggs, Kim's mother, Anthony Michael Hall/Jim, Vincent Price/
The Inventor, Alan Arkin/Bill Boggs, Kim's father Dir. Tim Burton  (rel. Dec.7,
1990 USA)

  "The Silence of the Lambs" Jodie Foster/Clarice Starling, Masha Skorobogatov/young
Clarice, Anthony Hopkins/Dr. Hannibal Lecter, Scott Glenn/Jack Crawford, Ted Levine/
Jame "Buffalo Bill" Gumb, Anthony Heald/Dr. Frederick Chilton, Brooke Smith/Catherine
Martin, Diane Baker/U.S. Senator Ruth Martin, Kasi Lemmons/Ardelia Mapp, Frankie Faison/
Barney Matthews, Roger Corman/FBI Director Hayden Burke, George A. Romero/a jailer,
Don Brockett/prisoner who says "Hi" and "You stupid f***" Dir. Jonathan Demme
(rel. Feb.14, 1991 USA)
     Billy Crystal's Hannibal Lecter entrance: March 30, 1992 Oscars/64th Academy Awards
     (Nov.24, 2010)

  "The Addams Family" Anjelica Huston/Morticia Addams, Raul Julia/Gomez Addams,
Christopher Lloyd/Uncle Fester Addams / Gordon Craven Dir. Barry Sonnenfeld
(rel. Nov.22, 1991) Opening credits

     "All-American Murder" Christopher Walken/P.J. Decker (rel. Dec.1, 1991)
  "Weapon Of Choice" (Norman Cook) Fatboy Slim danced to by Christopher Walken
directed by Spike Jonze (Dec., 2000)
    Christopher Walken Dance Now [Official Version] (June 17, 2014)
    "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" (Robert Clivillés, Fredrick B. Williams)
    (song rel. Nov.18, 1990)
      "Christopher Walkenstein (Wolfenstein The Old Blood) - GameSocietyPimps" by
      Game Society Pimps  Christopher Walkenthrough Jason Stephens/Christopher Walken
      (May 20, 2015) Warning--colorful language:

      Best of Tor Johnson Mystery Science Theater 3000/MST3K (June 28, 1957--
      Dec.14, 1991/May 11, 1955--Jan.23, 1993/May 2, 1961--Jan.21, 1995)
        "Angels' Revenge" (rel. Feb., 1979) (March 11, 1995 MST3k)
   "'Manos' the Hands of Fate" (rel. Nov.15, 1966) Rifftrax Live
    "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" (rel. June 30, 1971) RiffTrax
  "The Guy From Harlem" (Cecil Graham) Loye Hawkins/Al Connors (rel. 1977)
  RiffTrax (2012)
    "Glitter" Rifftrax features Mary Jo Pehl (rel. Sept.21, 2001)
  "The Room" (June 27, 2003)
    "The Wicker Man" (Sept.1, 2006 US/Canada)
  "Casino Royale" (Nov.17, 2006 USA)
    "The Dark Knight" (rel. July 18, 2008 USA)
  "Paranormal Activity" (Sept.25, 2009 USA)
    "Birdemic: Shock and Terror" (rel. Feb.27, 2010)
  "Santa And The Ice Cream Bunny" (rel. Dec., 1972) "RiffTrax" (rel. 2010/2015)
    "Sharknado" (rel. July 11, 2013) Best of Rifftrax Live (July, 2014)

 "My Cousin Vinny" Joe Pesci/Vinny Gambini, Marisa Tomei/Mona Lisa Vito,
Fred Gwynne/Judge Chamberlain Haller, Ralph Macchio/Bill Gambini,
Austin Pendleton/John Gibbons, Mitchell Whitfield/Stan Rothenstein (Rel.
March 13, 1992)

  Steve Martin's Great Flydini Amazing Magic Tricks on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show
(May 6, 1992)

  "Hoffa"  Jack Nicholson/Jimmy Hoffa, Danny DeVito/Bobby Ciaro, Armand Assante/
Carl 'Dally' D'Allesandro, J. T. Walsh/Frank Fitzsimmons, John C. Reilly/Petey Connelly
Dir. Danny DeVito  (rel. Dec.25, 1992)  (I had to keep clicking to "close" an ad to watch
without restrictions.)

  "Schindler's List" Liam Neeson/Oskar Schindler, Ben Kingsley/Itzhak Stern,
Ralph Fiennes/Amon Göth, Caroline Goodall/Emilie Schindler, Jonathan Sagall/
Poldek Pfefferberg, Embeth Davidtz/Helen Hirsch Dir. Steven Spielberg  (rel.
Dec.15, 1993)

      Orson Welles  Voice acting outtakes for a 1970 frozen peas commercial
  Rob Paulsen/Pinky and Maurice LaMarche/The Brain "Animaniacs" (Feb.11, 1994)
      Maurice LaMarche/Orson Welles "The Critic" (March 2, 1994)
  Johnny Depp/Ed Wood Jr. meets Vincent D'Onofrio (actor) and Maurice
  LaMarche (voice)/Orson Welles "Ed Wood" (Sept.30, 1994 USA)
      Maurice LaMarche Orson Welles Impression - "Frozen Peas" (2013)

  "Forrest Gump" Tom Hanks/Forrest Gump, Robin Wright/Jenny Curran, Gary Sinise/
Lieutenant Dan Taylor, Mykelti Williamson/Benjamin Buford "Bubba" Blue, Sally
Field/Mrs. Gump Dir. Robert Zemeckis  (rel. July 6, 1994)

  "The Mask" Jim Carrey/Stanley Ipkiss/The Mask, Max/Milo (dog), Peter Greene/Dorian
Tyrell, Cameron Diaz/Tina Carlyle, Orestes Matacena/Niko, Peter Riegert/Lt. Mitch
Kellaway Dir. Charles Russell (rel. July 29, 1994)

  "Everybody is innocent in here.  Don't you know that?" Tim Robbins/Andy Dufresne,
Morgan Freeman/Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding, Gil Bellows/Tommy Williams, William Sadler/
Heywood  "The Shawshank Redemption" (rel. Sept.23, 1994 USA)

  "Ed Wood" Johnny Depp/Ed Wood, Martin Landau/Bela Lugosi, Sarah Jessica Parker/
Dolores Fuller, Patricia Arquette/Kathy O'Hara, Lisa Marie/Maila Nurmi/Vampira,
Jeffrey Jones/The Amazing Criswell, Max Casella and Brent Hinkley/Paul Marco and
Conrad Brooks, Bill Murray/John "Bunny" Breckinridge, George "The Animal" Steele/
Tor Johnson, Vincent D'Onofrio as Orson Welles with Maurice LaMarche providing
Welles' voice Dir. Tim Burton  (rel. Sept.30, 1994 USA)

  "The Usual Suspects" Benicio Del Toro/Fred Fenster, Chazz Palminteri/Agent Dave
Kujan, Dan Hedaya/Jeff Rabin, Gabriel Byrne/Dean Keato, Giancarlo Esposito/ FBI Agent
Jack Baer, Kevin Pollak/Todd Hockney, Kevin Spacey/Roger 'Verbal' Kint, Pete Postleth-
waite/Kobayashi, Stephen Baldwin/Michael McManus, Suzy Amis/Edie Finneran, Scott B.
Morgan/Keyser Söze (uncredited) Dir. Bryan Singer (rel. Aug.16, 1995 USA)

  "If They Mated" (Sept.13, 1995 and Nov.18 and 27, 2006)
  "Bill Clinton "Via Satellite" - 12/16/98" by Inflatable Conan (May 26, 2016)
  "Clutch Cargo (Michael Jackson, Johnnie Cochran) - 7/10/2002" by Conan Fanatic
(April 5, 2018)
  "Bill Clinton "Via Satellite" - 8/28/08" by Inflatable Conan (March 6, 2015)
  Conan interviews Zell Miller ("Then you leave me no choice but to fight you baboon
  style.") (Nov.8, 2012)
  "Conan - Artie Kendall the Singing Ghost Compilation" by GForce645 (June 2, 2014)
  "Conan O'brien - Arnold Schwarzenegger - Interview compilation Part 1" by Apathy Minus
(April 28, 2020)
  "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"

  My take on Letterman rolling out the red carpet for Pres. Obama and villifying Jay
  Obama played the "bait and switch" routine running for president (ran as a Pro-
gressive I voted for but gave us a Republican), gave us Obamacare instead of
Medicare for all, gave the waiver to Bush for the Iraq War, got rid of Habeas Corpus
for detainees, expanded Cheney's Perpetual War from 2 to 7 countries, etc.  The worst
Leno did to Conan was Conan got 42 million dollars and his own TV show which kept
getting fair ratings.  Letterman alleged Leno lied, a behavior which didn't seem to
matter to Letterman about Obama.  Who'd roll out the red carpet for Obama and villify
Leno?  A dangerously out of touch oligarch preaching to his choir on the point
  CBS News (Sept.21, 2009)
  "Krystal and Saagar: Obama REFUSES To Talk Israel, Reveals Why He Was A Bad President"
by Breaking Points (June 8, 2021)

  "Casino" Robert De Niro/Sam "Ace" Rothstein, Sharon Stone/Ginger McKenna,
Joe Pesci/Nicky Santoro, James Woods/Lester Diamond, Don Rickles/Billy Sherbert,
Alan King/Andy Stone, Kevin PollakPhilip Green, Frank Vincent/Frank Marino Dir.
Martin Scorsese  (rel. Nov.22, 1995)
    "Casino (1995) First Time Watching! Movie Reaction!!" by TBR Schmitt
    (Aug.19, 2021)

  "Heat" Shootout scene Al Pacino/Lieutenant Vincent Hanna, Robert De Niro/Neil McCauley,
Val Kilmer/Chris Shiherlis, Jon Voight/Nate, Tom Sizemore/Michael Cheritto Dir. Michael
Mann  (rel. Dec.15, 1995)

  "Ernest Borgnine On The Bus (Feature Documentary)" Ernest Borgnine Dir. Jeff
Krulik  (rel. April 1, 1997)

  Charlie Rose interviewing Van Johnson with Ann Miller, Skitch Henderson, and
Cyd Charisse  (July 14, 1997)

  "Bitter Sweet Symphony" (Richard Ashcroft) (rel. June 16, 1997) The Verve

  "The Big Lebowski" best of Jeff Bridges/Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski, John Goodman/
Walter Sobchak,[ Julianne Moore/Maude Lebowski, Steve Buscemi/Donny Kerabatsos,
David Huddleston/Jeffrey "The Big" Lebowski, Philip Seymour Hoffman/Brandt,
Sam Elliott/The Stranger Dir. Joel Coen, (rel. March 6, 1998 USA)
     "The Making of The Big Lebowski" (1998) by Talk Nerdy To Me (June 15, 2015) "The
     Man in Me" (Bob Dylan) Bob Dylan (rel. Oct.19, 1970), "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" (Bob
     Nolan) the Son of the Pioneers (1934), "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My
     Condition Is In)" (Mickey Newbury) Kenny Rogers & The First Edition (1967)

  "The Truman Show" Jim Carrey/Truman Burbank, Laura Linney/Hannah Gill acting as
Meryl Burbank, Noah Emmerich/Louis Coltrane playing Marlon--Truman's best friend,
Ed Harris/Christof, Harry Shearer/Mike Michaelson--TV talk show host  Dir. Peter Weir
(rel. June 5, 1998 USA)
     "Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major (K. 331) (300i)," Third Movement: Alla Turca
     "Turkish Rondo" (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) (1783)

  "Saving Private Ryan" Tom Hanks/Captain John H. Miller, Edward Burns/Private First
Class Richard Reiben, Matt Damon/Private First Class James Francis Ryan, Harrison
Young/Elderly James Ryan, Tom Sizemore/Technical Sergeant Mike Horvath, Jeremy Davies/
Corporal Timothy Upham Dir. Steven Spielberg  (rel. July 24, 1998)

  "Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance)" (Leo Sayer and David Courtney) The Drew Carey
Show (Nov.18, 1998)

  David Attenborough and a superb lyrebird "The Life of Birds" episode six
"Signals and Songs" (Nov.25, 1998)

  The "You fool!" sequence from "Hollywood Squares" (Oct.1, 1999)
  Penn and Teller (initial "you fool") 8:18
  Gilbert Gottfried 11:00

  "Celebrity Jeopardy" "Saturday Night Live" Will Ferrell/Alex Trebek, Jimmy Fallon/
French Stewart, Darrell Hammond/Sean Connery, and Norm Macdonald/Burt Reynolds
(Oct.23, 1999)!_%28Saturday_Night_Live%29

  Jay Leno JayWalking:
  Astronomy Quiz
  Geography Test
  Health Quiz
  Biblical Illiteracy
  Civics Test
  Jay Leno Stumps New Yorkers, Celebrities vs Politics "Jaywalking"
  Battle of the Jaywalking All-Stars  (July 28, 2000)

  Adam West "Family Guy" (2000 to 2018)
    William Shatner talk/sings "Rocket Man" (Elton John and Bernie Taupin) introduced
    by Bernie Taupin at the 5th Saturn Awards (Jan.14, 1978)
  Seth MacFarlane/Stewie "Rocket Man" "Family Guy" (Aug.8, 2001)
    William Shatner, while voice acting for a commercial, loses it at a (producer/
    engineer?) who, like Stanley Kubrick, repeatedly tells him to try another take.
      William Shatner sings "My Way" (Claude François and Jacques Revaux,
      Eng. lyrics by Paul Anka) to George Lucas (AFI 2005)

  Nathan Lane with Martin Short/Jiminy Glick on "Primetime_Glick" (July 18, 2001)
     Nathan Lane with Ellen DeGeneres on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (May 3, 2007)

  Red Buttons at Milton Berle's 93rd birthday party at the Beverly Hills Hotel
(July 22, 2001)
    Red Buttons at Sid Caesar's 80th birthday party at The Friars Club
    (Sept.20, 2003)

  Sept.11, 2001 The North Tower Attack/American Airlines Flight 11, The South Tower
Attack/United Airlines Flight 175, The Pentagon Attack/American Airlines Flight 77,
The Flight That Fought Back/United Airlines Flight 93   Allec Joshua Ibay
    There's ample evidence for distrust of government, but "Loose Change" shows dis-
    trust of government isn't a shortcut for actual research.  "Screw Loose Change"
    may be rife with spelling errors (not good form while making corrections) but
    makes better use of research material.
    "Screw Loose Change - Not Freakin' Again Edition: Remastered" by cjnewson88
    (Feb.16, 2019)

  Daniel Day Lewis and Jack Nicholson accepting Critics' Choice Awards via
Robin Williams (Jan.17, 2003)

  The rock arch in the NE of GTA "III" (rel. Oct.22, 2001) looks like the lime-
stone arch at Durtle Door on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England.

  "L-O-V-E" (Bert Kaempfert and Milt Gabler) The Drew Carey Show (Aug.20, 2003)

  Scary Mary (Poppins) remix by Christopher Rule with Nick Eckert (mashup Oct.8, 2006)
  "Stay Awake" (Richard and Robert Sherman) and movie clips from "Mary_Poppins"
(rel. Aug.27, 1964) and "A Violent Attack" (Justin Burnett under the pseudonym
Caine Davidson) from "An American Haunting" (rel. Nov.5, 2005/USA rel. May 5,

  "Highway 61 Revisited" (Bob Dylan) Johnny Winter live July 28, 2007 Crossroads
Guitar Festival
     "Dust My Broom" (Robert Johnson) Johnny Winter "Late Night with David Letterman"
     (Jan.12, 2012)

  Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart introduced by Conan O'Brien Emmys (Sept.16, 2007)
      "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" (Elton John/Scott Hoffman/Jason Sellards) Scissor Sisters
      mashup with clips of Stephen Colbert (song rel. July, 2006/mashup 2007?)
         "Go F*** Yourself" Jon Stewart "The Daily Show" (2010)
            Stephen Colbert | Before THE LATE SHOW | SUQ MADIQ (2011)

  "Gman's having a wonderful time" by IchieiChiaki (Dec 9, 2007) Garry's Mod using
"Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" (Al Sherman music and Al Lewis
lyrics pub.1930) Tiny Tim (1968),_Lovin%27_in_the_Moonlight

  "The Wrecking Crew" (rel. March, 2008)

  Gary Mule Deer: the Lincoln Kennedy coincidences (June 5, 2008)
     John F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln both had seven letters in their last name.
     John F. Kennedy had a secretary named Lincoln.
     Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin.
     John F. Kennedy once spilled Log Cabin syrup on the back seat of his grandfather's
     Coincidence?  I don't think so.

  "This is Einstein!" the African gray parrot at the Knoxville Zoo Bird Show
by knoxvillezooadmin (July 26, 2008)

  "Bits and Bobs" and "Baaa" by cyriak (2009 and 2011)


  Jerry Lewis goat (Sept.11, 2009)

  "Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter" trailer (2009) "Sunshine, Lollipops and
Rainbows" (Marvin Hamlisch/Howard Liebling) (rec. 1963/rel. 1965),_Lollipops_and_Rainbows

  Bearded dragon and cat (April 5, 2010)
      Bearded dragon goes crazy for blueberries (Oct.10, 2017)
  "Bearded Dragon, The Best Pet Reptile?" by Clint's Reptiles (Sept.23, 2017)
    "Corn Snake, The Best Pet Reptile?" by Clint's Reptiles (Oct.21, 2017)
      "Mud, Musk, and Stinkpot Turtles, The Best Pet Turtles?" by Clint's Reptiles
      (Nov.10, 2018)
        "Top 5 Pet Reptiles" (Aug.21, 2019)
        Western Hognose Snake, Ball Python, Common Boa (BCI), Crested Gecko,
        Argentine Tegu
          "Top 5 Small Pets For Beginners" (May 23, 2020)
          (Bearded Dragon), Mourning Gecko, Western Hognose Snake, Rose Hair
          Tarantula, Green Tree Frog, (male) Kenyan Sand Boa

            "Giant Vinegaroon, The Best Pet Invertebrate?"
            (Nov.21, 2020)  by Clint's Reptiles/Clint Laidlaw
  "Lucas The Spider - Jumping Spider, The Best Pet Arachnid?" by Clint's Reptiles
  (Oct.19, 2019)
    "Praying Mantis, The Best Pet Insect?" by Clint's Reptiles (Feb.8, 2020)
      "Caique, The Best Pet Parrot?" by Fivesaflock (Oct.18, 2020)
        "Cuttlefish, The Best Pet Cephalopod?" by Clint's Reptiles (Jan.16, 2021)
          "Budgie Parakeet, The Best Pet Reptile?" by Clint's Reptiles (May 29, 2021)

            "Russian Tortoise, The Best Pet Turtle?" by Clint's Reptiles (June 12, 2021)
                "Fire-Bellied Toad, The Best Pet Frog?" by Clint's Reptiles (July 3, 2021)
  "Human Child, The Best Pet? Nope!" by Clint's Reptiles (May 9, 2020)
  Wikipedia > Human impact on the environment

  "Youtube Poop: Obama Sh!ts in the Gulf on National Television" by cs188 (June 28, 2010)
Warning: colorful language

  Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Taylor Hicks, The Roots, and The New York
Knicks City Dancers "Friday" (Clarence Jey/Patrice Wilson) on "Late Night with
Jimmy Fallon" (April 1, 2011)
     Paul McCartney, Jimmy Fallon, the Roots, and the "Sing" cast
     (Reese Witherspoon, Matthew McConaughey, Tori Kelly, Seth MacFarlane, and Scarlett
     Johansson) "Wonderful Christmastime" (Paul McCartney) (2016)!

  "Geoff Peterson makes Craig Ferguson CRY!" by Josh Robert Thompson (May 20, 2011)
    "Best Craig Ferguson Flirting as Boss w/ Gorgeous Women on Late Night Show" by
    The Late Late Show (Sept.3, 2020)
      "Celebrities Voice GEOFF PETERSON - Angela Kinsey, Jason Schwarzman, Larry King & More"
      (Nov.2011) by The Jayleno Fly (Dec.4, 2017)
        0:00 Alfred Molina
        17:51 Dominic Monaghan
        33:19 Thomas Lennon
        48:47 Larry King
        1:06:13 Louie Anderson
        1:16:37 Lauren Graham
        1:31:17 Paula Poundstone
        1:46:35 Angela Kinsey
        2:00:41 Jason Schwarzman
        2:16:35 Shadoe Stevens
          Daffy Duke (on or around Dec.21, 2012)

            Actor/comedian Josh Robert Thompson, who puppeteers and voices
            Geoff Peterson, does a Morgan Freeman impression

  "DUKE NUKEM FOREVER" playlist by TobyGames (June 17, 2011)

  "Gilbert Gottfried Reads 50 Shades of Grey" Sasheer Zamata (gym), Karen Teune (car),
Katie Hannigan (park), (waiting room?) CollegeHumor (May 10, 2012) Warning: colorful

  "Gangnam Style" (Park Jae-sang aka Psy/Yoo Gun-hyung)  Psy (rec. 2011–2012/rel.
July 15, 2012)

  Samuel L. Jackson, during a Dec. 2012 interview for "Django Unchained" (rel. Dec.25,
2012), challenges the Caucasian interviewer Jake Hamilton to say the N-word
    Samuel L. Jackson provided the voice of Officer Frank Tenpenny for "Grand Theft Auto:
    San Andreas" (2004).

  "True Facts About Morgan Freeman" by zefrank1 (Jan.10, 2013)
    "True Facts About The Dung Beetle" by zefrank1 (March 15, 2013)
      "True Facts About The Duck" by zefrank1 (April 19, 2013)
        "True Facts About The Owl" by zefrank1 (July 24, 2013)
         "Backward Hippo"  by zefrank1 (April 7, 2020)
           "True Facts: Help The Bats!" by zefrank1 (March 19, 2021)

  "{YTP} ~ Date Mystery" by DaThings (April 18, 2013)

  "[YTP] OMABA WIPES UP THE YOUTUBE SH!TDOWN" by cs188 (Nov.18, 2013) Warning: colorful

  "Bruce Springsteen Shreds - Light Of Day" by Mark (May 16, 2014)
    "We Are The World Shreds" by Your Friend Midas (Jan.13, 2015)
  Speechless Speech / BARACK OBAMA" by Mario Wienerroither (Feb.15, 2015)
    "Dancing in the Street // Silent Music Video" by Strack Azar (Jan.13, 2016)
  "I put some Bee Gees music over North Korean marching" by In Misery Seek Root Beer
  (Jun 20, 2017)
    "Earth, Wind & Fire - September (Shred)" by Clapping Source (Jan.7, 2018)
  "Madness - Our House (Shred)" by Clapping Source (Jan.31, 2018)
    "TOTO- AFRIKA (Shred)" by Clapping Source (May 24, 2018)
  "Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child o' Mine | Shred Video" by Benjamin Carty (Jan.26, 2019)
    "Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart (Shred)" by Clapping Source (Feb.6, 2020)

  Craig Ferguson "Bang Your Drum" by Dead Man Fall (Des McCabe, Vinnie Brownlow,
Gareth McLeod, and Kev McLaughlin) with about 50 celebrities The last episode of
"The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" (Dec.19, 2014)

  Border Terrier/Jack Russell Terrier mix dog that looks just like the one my Mom had
by United Hope for Animals (April 11, 2015)
    Besides not feeding pets the foods listed in the article at the next link, keep
    the lids of things on tightly and kept up away from the reach of pets.

  "The Unknown Flag Raiser of Iwo Jima" narrated by Gene Hackman (2016)

  "DANCING TUTORIAL // Jojo Siwa & Miranda Sings" by Miranda Sings (Oct.10, 2016)

  "Sky Ladder The Art Of Cai Guo Qiang" (Netflix Oct.14, 2016)
     "Sky Ladder - The Art of Cai Guo Qiang (The Ninth Wave)"

  Bowie the ring-necked parakeet enjoying tickles on Mother’s Day by Peekaboo Parrots
(March 24, 2017)

  People Hugging Animals (July 8, 2017)
    Baby Elephants love to cuddle (Nov.16, 2015)
      Miniature donkeys may be the cutest livestock we've ever seen (Jun 24, 2019)
        The Dodo
        The Dodo on YouTube is a place for everyone who loves animals and cares about
        their wellbeing.

            Humane Animal Rescue Of Pittsburgh

  Charity Navigator and CharityWatch

    Caique (parrot) doing a silly walk (Aug.23, 2017) "Mr. Sandman" (Pat Ballard)
The Chordettes (1954)
  In response to popular demand, the extended cut:
    Parrot whistles the theme for "The Addams Family" (Vic Mizzy) (Oct., 2017)

  Weekend Update: Kate McKinnon/Jeff Sessions, Colin Jost SNL (Nov.18, 2017),_2017

  "The Smoking Gun Present's - World's Dumbest Criminals 25" by C A S P E R
(Jan.11, 2018)
  "World's Dumbest Outlaws 7 | Watch the FULL EPISODE | truTV" by truTV UK
(Sept. 17, 2020)

  "8 Great Apartment Friendly Birds | PARRONT TIP TUESDAY" by Marlene McCohen (Jan.
16, 2018)
    "Top 13 Best Pet Birds for beginners - Most Friendly Birds for Pets - Learning
    Video" by Thera Planet (June 3, 2020)
  "Budgie Parakeet, The Best Pet Reptile?" by Clint's Reptiles (May 29, 2021)

  Caique parrot "What're you doin'?" by Birb (Feb.21, 2018)

  "Top 10 Aquarium Fish For Beginners" abd "Top 10 EASY Fish That Every BEGINNER
Needs" by Aquarium Co-Op (March 28, 2018 and June 21, 2020)

  "CUTE MICRO PIG | MINI PIG VIDEO Compilation" by JUST ANIMAL VIDEOS (June 10, 2018)

  "[YTP] Psycho Swift's Wet & Waterproof Worldwide Destruction" by cs188 (Aug.28, 2018)
    "[YTP] Biden's Inaudible Address Gets Everybody Undressed" (Jan.31, 2021)
      "[YTP] Swill Phift The Evil Giant Unleashes Chaos in Flexville" (April 30, 2021)
      Warning: colorful language

  "The hidden depths of 2001: A Space Odyssey - film analysis" by Collative Learning
aka Rob Ager (March 14, 2017)
    "2001: A Space Odyssey" Audiobook by Arthur C. Clarke (May, 2017)
      "Everything Wrong With The Shining in Murderous Minutes or More" by CinemaSins
      (Nov.5, 2019)
        "Everything Wrong With Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" by
        CinemaSins (May 5, 2020)

  "BASIC OWL CARE FOR BEGINNERS DO'S & DONT'S" by Vegan Hippie (Jan.2, 2019)
    Owls as pets by Vegan Hippie
        Yoll the Eagle Owl
          "Owl, The Best Pet Reptile?" by Clint's Reptiles

            "DO OWLS MAKE GOOD PETS?" by Dāv Kaufman's Animal Adventures
               "Top 10 Reasons Owls Don't Make Good Pets" by International Owl Center

  Drains and culvert cleaning by post 10 (2019 etc.)
  "Draining Street Flood And Broken Discharge Coupling" by post 10 (April 17, 2021)
  I'd like to suggest that when you find a coworker screwing up you should take them
side and tell them, not put them on the spot to show off your expertise in front of
everyone--it's common consideration.  Likewise, if you find a fault in something that's
the business of the department of transportation (DOT), you should tell them.  If they
don't have a funding problem (check on that) and don't fix it, then you might go to the
public to pressure the DOT to fix it.  Otherwise, why tell us?  Typically, we don't
even know where he is and can't do anything to fix the problem.  Having removed culvert
blockage and badmouthed people while showing off his expertise (attained somewhere he's
not wanted by fellow workers), beavers may replace the culvert blockage overnight, but
he isn't going to fix it every day.  Having made his money, he'll move on.  You're
probably not making friends finding fault with the DOT by just going to the public with
your YouTube videos to share with YouTube in the ad revenue and with merchandise for

  "Inside a scam call center" by Jim Browning (May 6, 2019)
    "Glitterbomb Trap Catches Phone Scammer (who gets arrested)" by Mark Rober
    (March 18, 2021)
  "Catching Money Mules ft. Mark Rober" by Jim Browning (March 18, 2021)

  "Five of the Best Pet Amphibians" by Clint's Reptiles (May 11, 2019)
    "7 Best Pet Frogs for Beginners | Animals Unlimited | Sameer Gudha" by Animals
    Unlimited (Jan.10, 2021)
      "I gave a wasp to the African bullfrog" by Frog Time (March 11, 2021)

  "THE ABSOLUTE VERY BEST OF REV. JIM BAKKER" by Vic Berger (May 24, 2019)
    "Vic Berger Presents: TV Pastor Jim Bakker Really Wants You to Think He Can Cure
    Coronavirus" featuring Mike Lindell (My Pillow) by VICE News (March 18, 2020)

  "Who Started the Moon Landing Hoax Conspiracy Theory?" (it was popularized by Bill
Kaysing) by Today I Found Out (Simon Whistler) (May 30, 2019)

  A couple of devices to be cautious about purchasing:
  - Air conditioner vs. evaporative cooler/swamp cooler
  Don't keep changing ice cube trays for a swamp cooler for your immediate area.  (For
example, will you have someone else change them while you sleep?)  Measure an indoor area,
comparison shop, and buy the best rated air conditioner that's the right size for it.
   Computer Clan extra:
   "Cheating at 3D Pinball Space Cadet - Krazy Ken's Tech Misadventures" by
   Computer Clan (March 18, 2021)!_Pinball#3D_Pinball_for_Windows_%E2%80%93_Space_Cadet
  - Mosquito zapper vs. bug zapper
  Many mosquitoes breed in standing water, so empty water from containers/ditches around
your home.  If you want a mosquito zapper, try one that attracts mosquitoes with visual
cues (light, black/white contrasts) and chemical attractants that are normally given off
by mosquito hosts (carbon dioxide, ammonia, lactic acid, octenol).
  "NEW! - Flowtron Electronic Insect Killer Hands-On Test and Review - Lures mosquitos
w/ octenal" by MousetrapGenius (March 14, 2014)

  "Cow in love with accordion." by Adrian Bordeianu (Aug.29, 2019)

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