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Mie Hama: Bond Girl Kissy Suzuki, Then And Now

Entertainment | October 11, 2019

In 1967's You Only Live Twice, Mie Hama played Kissy Suzuki, one of the attractions awaiting  Sean Connery's James Bond in Japan. Along with Akiko Wakabayashi, who playe...

This Is What Famous Director Tim Burton Wore On Halloween, 1967

Culture | October 10, 2019

You'd think that Tim Burton likes Halloween. Burton is the auteur who brought us Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, and Batman He also wrote and produced...

Yvonne Craig (TV's Batgirl): Young, Awesome, And Everywhere

Icons | October 9, 2019

Yvonne Craig as Barbara Gordon and Batgirl on 'Batman,' 1967. Photo by Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television via Getty ...

Alan Alda, Feminist: M*A*S*H Star Was The Sensitive '70s Man

Culture | October 8, 2019

Alan Alda at press conference for their television series MASH. Photo by Ann Clifford/DMI/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images In the '70s, there wa...

15 WTF Maidenform Bra Ads And What They Mean

Culture | October 7, 2019

The conical jut of Maidenform bras may no longer be in style, but the Maidenform bra ad will always be iconic. "I dreamed I _____ in my Maidenform bra" was the template of...

'They Call Me Mr. Tibbs!' Sidney Poitier Demands Respect

Entertainment | October 6, 2019

When Sidney Poitier stepped onscreen as Virgil Tibbs in In The Heat of the Night (1967) he presented an arresting figure the audience to connect to, but the pi...

King Tut Fever Of The 1970s Was PR For A Middle East Treaty

Culture | October 5, 2019

The exhibition of the tomb of Kink Tutankhamun -- "King Tut" -- in the 1970s was a museum phenomenon unlike any the world had seen. King Tut and the associa...

Dan Haggerty Really Was Grizzly Adams: True Story Of TV's Nature Man

Entertainment | October 4, 2019

Bozo the Bear as Ben, and Dan Haggerty as James 'Grizzly' Adams. Photo by: Frank Carroll/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Dan Haggerty won us ov...

10 Concept Cars Of The '60s We Wish Had Been Made

Culture | October 3, 2019

Concept cars of the 1960s reflected the era's science-fiction inspired futurism, along with real innovation and the mod styling that is appealing even 50 years later....

'The Endless Summer' Was The First Real Surfing Movie

Culture | October 2, 2019

Before The Endless Summer, Bruce Brown's 1966 documentary, surfing films weren’t really films about surfing. They were beach party films that were less about catc...

The Wrecking Crew: The Most Famous Band You Didn't Know You Love

Music | October 1, 2019

You've heard, and probably love, the music of The Wrecking Crew. The studio musicians whose chops bolstered hits by The Beach Boys, The Mamas And The P...

Wilt Chamberlain's Love Life: Did He Sleep With '20,000' Women?

Icons | September 30, 2019

CIRCA 1974: Former NBA star Wilt Chamberlain poses for this photo with young women for the Wilt's Athletic Club circa 1974. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty...

John Lennon’s Fight With Nixon And The FBI To Stay In America

Icons | September 29, 2019

In 1971, John Lennon and Yoko Ono moved to New York -- and the FBI and President Richard Nixon noticed. The Beatles had broken up two years earlier. Joh...

One Guy Did The Laugh Track On All Of Your Favorite Shows

Entertainment | September 28, 2019

You have one man to thank, or curse, for the laugh track you hear on old TV sitcoms: Charles "Charley" Douglass, a CBS sound engineer and keeper of the "Laff ...

Sandy Warner: Exotica King Martin Denny's Cover Girl

Culture | September 27, 2019

You’ve seen Sandra "Sandy" Warner on Martin Denny's album covers, even if you're not sure who Martin Denny is. The albums had titles like Exotica, Primitiva, Quiet...

How 400+ Indians Occupied Alcatraz And Changed Richard Nixon’s Mind

Culture | September 26, 2019

Native Americans, one named Tim Williams (a chief of the Klamath River Hurek tribe), approaching Alcatraz Island by boat, late 1969 or early 1970. Ph...

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