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Room 222 Heshimu Jason Allen Fan clip

This 10 minute clip I put together is of Heshimu who played Jason Allen on the TV series from 1969 Room 222. I used to love this series and was a fan of Jason Allen. It was always to fun to see how he was going to react or most of the time correctly interprets the situation. I clipped together an episode from 1969. I always was a fan of his unfortunately there is so little about him on the internet. Now fans of his will at least have this clip to check him out. Does anyone out there know anything about his name Heshimu. Is it a first or last name or an entire name? I heard he is out there somewhere possible in radio. Post a comment if you are a fan of know more about him.

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Quantum Leap Intro / Opening – JUST THE INTRO (episode clip seamlessly edited out)

This is the Ultimate Quantum Leap intro obtainable because it is high quality, and more importantly since I edited out the episode clip, which changed from show to show, and just left the part you want to see- the opening of the show! The opening I chose to use was from season 4, which I really feel was the ideal version because it featured all of the greatest clips from prior seasons, and it’s just prior to season five ruined the opening with the horrible song alter. Enjoy!!!

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James Arness-Rides off in the Sunset-really brief clip!

James King Arness (May possibly 26, 1923 — June 3, 2011) was an American actor, best identified for portraying Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke for 20 years. His younger brother was actor Peter Graves. Arness has the distinction of having played the role of Marshal Matt Dillon in 5 separate decades: 1955 to 1975 in the weekly series, then in Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge (1987) and 4 more produced-for-Tv Gunsmoke movies in the 1990s. In Europe Arness reached cult status for his role as Zeb Macahan in the western series How the West Was Won.

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Six Million Dollar Man / Bionic Woman – Kill Oscar 2009 : Retooled/Enhanced (Sample Clip 4)

Video Rating: 4 / five

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Father Knows Finest Clip

Bud gets a Cushman Scooter (looks to be a 1947 Road King model.)

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Mary Hartman Episode 1 Clip

Waxy yellow buildup, mass murder and the Fernwood Flasher.
Video Rating: four / 5

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Wheel of Fortune (December 25, 1981): Clip of Chuck Woolery’s last Wheel episode!

Here is the 1st portion of my New Year’s Eve special. It’s a clip from Chuck Woolery’s last Wheel episode from Christmas day 1981 (a merry Christmas, indeed). We get to see the intro (for Christmas in New York), the player intros, and the emotional finale where Chuck thanks the many people who helped put Wheel together. Enjoy this extended look at Chuck’s grand goodbye! No copyright infringement is intended.

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Groucho Marx _ You bet your life -clip

The Very best of groucho -Award winning acting!! obtain this DVD and other public domain DVDs at
Video Rating: four / 5

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Are You Being Served Clip

Clip from the classic british sitcom “Are You Becoming Served?”
Video Rating: four / five

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Steve Allen on The Tonight Show (Rare Clip)

This is the full version of the clip from the original incarnation of The Tonight Show, starring original host Steve Allen, that was used in Bill “Balloonman” Morrison’s interview with Steve. It features a bizarre comedy bit with a walking/talking doll and a jaunty musical number entitled “Love Thy Neightbor” (Steve refers to the piano player as “Skitch,” does that make him Skitch Henderson?). I will be happy to remove this clip if it conflicts with any copyright laws, but what I’ve been able to find seems to indicate it’s okay to show.

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