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The Sting: Facts And Trivia About The 1974 Best Picture Winner

Icons | June 15, 2021

When someone says Paul Newman and Robert Redford, most people immediately think of “Butch Cassiday and the Sundance Kid.” However, their 1973’s “The Stin...

Bikini Of The '60s: Raquel Welch's Fur Two-piece From 'One Million Years BC'

Icons | June 13, 2021

Perhaps the most enjoyable way to view history is through the tiny sheer lens of the bikini. From Brigitte Bardot in “Girl in the Bikini” t...

Muffler Men: Roadside Giants Of The '60s Who Still Watch Over Us

Icons | June 11, 2021

On roads across the United States and Canada, fiberglass giants keep watch over the landscape. One of them, named Dave, watches Salem Street in Grovela...

Will The Circle Be Unbroken -- When The Hippies Jammed With The Hillbillies

Music | June 9, 2021

They Began In An Entirely Different GenreThe Nitty Gritty Dirt Band started as a psychedelic string band, and after three albums, they had o...

Catherine Schell, The Bond Girl Who Became Maya On 'Space: 1999'

Entertainment | June 7, 2021

Catherine Schell is the daughter of a Hungarian diplomat, Paul Schell von Bauschlott and a countess, Katharina Maria Etelka Georgina Elisabeth Teleki d...

Fisher Price's Little People: Armless, Legless Wonder Toys Of The '60s

Fads | June 5, 2021

Fisher Price, the company with the logo “Our Work is Child’s Play,” started in 1959, although some would say that they started before that date, ...

Lynyrd Skynyrd's 'Free Bird' -- Story Behind The Most Epic Southern Rock Anthem

Music | June 3, 2021

Many people prefer a short and sweet approach to music. The band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and their all-time classic “Free Bird” definitely don’t...

A Show With Lynda Carter And Loni Anderson Couldn't Possibly Fail. But It Did.

Entertainment | June 1, 2021

Lynda Carter and Loni Anderson were two of the most popular actresses of the groovy era, with Lynda Carter crafting the role of Wonder Wo...

Kim Novak: The 'Vertigo' Star Who Walked Away In '66, Then And Now

Entertainment | May 30, 2021

American actress Kim Novak poses circa 1956. (Photo by Archive Photos/Getty Images) Kim Novak, born Marilyn Pauline Novak, defined Hollywood’s fiercel...

TWA Terminal At JFK: Welcome To The Future, Earthling

Culture | May 28, 2021

A security guard stands in the Hughes Wing after the ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the TWA Hotel at JFK International Airport in New York May 15, 2019. ...

Jay Silverheels As Tonto: The TV Indian Who Really Was An Indian (And A Hero)

Entertainment | May 26, 2021

The Lone Ranger and Tonto, played by Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels. Source: Getty Images / Bettmann / Contributor Actor Jay Silverheels...

Chevy El Camino, The Mullet On Wheels That Became A Cult Classic

Culture | May 24, 2021

The Chevrolet El Camino combined a pickup truck with a sedan, a feat of automotive design that many in the car-buying population found baffling. Was th...

What's Going On? When Marvin Gaye Went A Little Bit Crazy

Music | May 22, 2021

Soul singer Marvin Gaye performs onstage at Royal Albert Hall in 1979 in London, England. (Photo by David Corio/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) At the end ...

Yul Brynner, Hollywood's Original Sexy Bald Man: Facts And Stories

Icons | May 20, 2021

Yul Brynner in The Ten Commandments, 1956 (Photo by Herbert Dorfman/Corbis via Getty Images) Before Yul Brynner, the saying, “bald is beautiful” never...

Oh No, It's Devo! (What Was Up With Those Weird Art Punks From Ohio?)

Music | May 18, 2021

Devo performs at the Phoenix Theater in August 1980 in Petaluma, California. (Photo by Ed Perlstein/Redferns/Getty Images) Devo was never your typi...

Debra Winger: The Wonder Girl Of 'Urban Cowboy,' 'Officer And A Gentleman'

Entertainment | May 16, 2021

Debra Winger in 'Urban Cowboy.' Source: IMDB / Paramout Pictures With a streak of hot movies in the early '80s -- Urban Cowboy, Cannery Row, A...

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