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Juelz Santana- Days Of Our Lives (Official Video)

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De Kelley in “Death Valley Days – Coffin for a C.” Pt. 1

DeForest Kelley in the 1963 episode “Coffin for a Coward”, playing a heroic man (yay!).

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De Kelley in “Death Valley Days – Lady of the Pl.” Pt. 1

DeForest Kelley in the 1966 episode “Lady of the Plains”, getting a good guy (gambler, not a bandit) and acquiring the girl (yay!).
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Days of Our Lives: A Complete History of the Long-Running Soap Opera

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Death Valley Days Television Robert Taylor

Death Valley Days is an American television anthology series featuring true stories of the old American West, especially the Death Valley location. Created in 1930 by Ruth Woodman, the program was broadcast from 1952 to 1975 as a syndicated television series. The series was sponsored by the Pacific Coast Borax Company (20 Mule Team Borax, Boraxo).

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The Days of our Lives: The Accurate Story of 1 Family’s Dream and the Untold History of Days of our Lives

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365 Days of Astronomy Podcast -Steve Nerlich- The Outer Limits

About the objects out beyond neptune. Note: the image slides presented are in no particualar order. – Steve Nerlich -
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Death Valley Days “The Journey” part 1/2

S13 Ep24 Original Air Date:29 March 1965 Director:Jack Shea Writer:Sid Saltzman Stars: Coby Denton as Trooper Jackson Michael Keep as Wolf Steven Marlo as Swift Knife (as Steve Marlo) Leonard Nimoy as Yellow Bear Wayne Rogers as Lt. Richard H. Pratt Robert J. Wilke as Sgt. Wilks USA, Later half of 19th century. Amongst the soldiers accompanying a wagon in which Indian chiefs and leaders are transported there are two men, 1 who continuously rejects them and talks bad about Indian folks in general and the other, who treats them with respect. He’s aware that these males are forced to leave their countries in order to be settled somewhere else since the region is taken by white folks. They have not been consulted about where to go and when. Some of the Indian leaders go along simply because they know that there are hardly any chances to alter the government’s plans. 1 of the chiefs, Yellow Bear, does not agree, neither with their treatment which leaves small room for individual pride nor with the facts which do not ask for any of their personal wants. He opposes Wolf who tries to calm him down, but Yellow Bear takes a chance to escape together with some other braves. They take along riffles. When Wolf tries to convince him to give up, Wolf is shot. The soldier who’s attempting to build a relationship with the Indians and trying to arrange that the promises given to them are genuinely kept, tries too to convince Yellow Bear. As Yellow Bear desires to shoot the unarmed man, 1 of his
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Days of Our Lives – Melanie & Nathan eat a bowl of Cheerios

Far more classic item placement on Days.
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