Saturday, April 21, 2007

Television Advertisement for White People

Here's an advertisement for NBC's 1967 weekday morning line-up. Ed McMahon and Hugh Downs were both sidekicks moonlighting - or perhaps sunlighting since it was during the day - as game show hosts. Oooh, Pat Boone singing too? Have I died and gone to ...

Friday, April 20, 2007

The Mike Douglas Show with guests The Chambers Brothers

Valentine's Day, 1972. Columbia Records recording artists The Chambers Brothers were not as popular as they had been a couple years earlier when they had their huge smash Time Has Come Today (not to mention great songs like Going Uptown to Harlem) but they still knew how to rock. Their days with Columbia were numbered, however, and soon they would be recording for the small time Embassy label. This appearance came shortly before their final Columbia recording was released

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The Mike Douglas Show with guest Donna Summer (and Gabe Kaplan)

I always prefer finding clips of music acts on old talk shows being interviewed rather than just seeing them perform. Here we have disco diva Donna Summer on The Mike Douglas Show in 1977. The panel includes Gabe Kaplan nodding in silence with the rest of the Welcome Back, Kotter cast.

Monday, April 16, 2007

The Mike Douglas Show with guest Moe Howard - Footage Offline - 10/20/07

This is one of Moe Howard's final appearances on television as he died not too long after. Seventies icon Ted Knight is here as Mike's week long co-host and we also see an appearance from Soupy Sales! From June 8, 1973 and September 11, 1973.

Part Two - How to Throw a Pie:

Sunday, April 15, 2007

The Mike Douglas Show with guest Patrick Duffy

Most know him from Dallas, younger folk may remember him from a sitcom he co-starred in with Suzanne Sommers called Step By Step. This is long before any of that. Of all The Mike Douglas Show footage sitting out there in the netherworlds, why is this one of the only things we can come up with? Jesus.

If you really care to continue with Duffy, then follow these links where you can watch part two, part three, and part four.