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Tag Archives: Television
Martin Luther King, Jr. on “60 Minutes,” September 27, 1966.
Sally Field as Sister Bertrille in The Flying Nun (1967)
From Live Science: Huge Jelly Blobs Spotted Off Norway Coast: What Are They? Giant, jelly-like blobs have been sighted off the western coast of Norway, but the identities of these mysterious objects have scientists stumped. The blobs are about … Continue reading
I grew up in musical theater. To me, the highlight and the epitome of my life as a singer and actor and a dancer/choreographer was to star on Broadway. And as my popularity grew once [Star Trek] was on … Continue reading
Annibale Carracci: Christ Crowned with Thorns (16th Century) Phil Roman, director: It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (1974)
Diana Rigg as Emma Peel in The Avengers (1967)
Bill Melendez, director: It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) Charlie Brown, undaunted, seeks tenderness and fulfillment on every side: in baseball, in building kites, in his relationship with his dog, Snoopy, in playing with the girls. He always fails. … Continue reading
Ed Bishop as Colonel Edward “Ed” Straker of SHADO (Supreme Headquarters, Alien Defence Organisation) in the British TV series UFO, which aired in 1970 and 1971. The show takes place in 1980.
Conservation work begins on the model Enterprise from the original Star Trek series at the Smithsonian, 2016. “Our goal is to stabilize the model and return it to its appearance from August of 1967, during the filming of the episode … Continue reading
Mark Rothko: No. 37/No. 19 (Slate Blue and Brown on Plum) (1958) (source) RCA Model CTC-7 (1958)