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Men From Shiloh: The Ideal Man

Men from Shiloh: The Best Man guest starred Desi Arnaz and James Farentino and featured normal Doug McClure as Trampas.  For those unaware, Men from Shiloh was merely The Virginian renamed and slightly re-focused for its 9th year on the air.

What I bear in mind most from this 90 minute episode is the song Take a Look Around.  It is just a fantastic piece of music and apparently, it was particularly written for McClure by his friend, Tim Morgan.  The song also turned up later on Alias Smith and Jones.  To be honest, the scene where Trampas is out riding with the female lead and the song is played uninterrupted in full is worth the entire show that’s how much I like it.

Arnaz plays El Jefe and is okay but it is just not the sort of role I enjoyed seeing him in.  Farentino fares a bit much better.  His very first scene with McClure when they are out shooting is somewhat fun, although I’m not confident it was a very good opening moment since it went on too long.

The show revolves mainly around a enjoy triangle so it is fairly typical, but I need to admit that I do like Trampas’ answer at the end, which worked nicely.

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Lucille Ball on Divorce from Desi Arnaz, Beginnings of I Enjoy Lucy

Lucille Ball Discusses Divorce from Desi Arnaz and Beginnings of I Enjoy Lucy

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Jay Leno’s Headlines: Real but Ridiculous Headlines from America’s Newspapers (Books I, II, & III)

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exactly where can I watch full episodes of “Space 1999″ on the internet from Canada for free of charge?

Question by David: exactly where can I watch full episodes of “Space 1999″ on the web from Canada for free of charge?

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Naked Raygun: Rat Patrol (From “What Poor Gods We Do Make”)

Naked Raygun’s a lot anticipated initial release because the band’s recent reunion will be released this upcoming Fall on Tuesday, Novemeber 6. Entitled “What Poor Gods We Do Make: The Story and Music Behind Naked Raygun,” the 2-disc DVD/CD focuses on the band’s history and the development of their music from “Basement Screams” to “Raygun, Naked Raygun” by means of interviews with the band and several interviews, which includes Steve Albini, The Lawrence Arms, 88 Fingers Louie, Jake Burns of Stiff Little Fingers, The Effigies and several a lot more. Moreover, the film aspect also focuses on the history and influence of Chicago’s independent and punk scene, even though it was usually, and still, overlooked by punk historians and much more lately, documentary filmmakers. The CD portion of the release will function live highlights from their shows considering that Naked Raygun’s reunion at Riot Fest 2006, and will consist of all of the songs most identified with Naked Raygun.

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Theme from THE TIME TUNNEL

Attributes images and music from The Time Tunnel . Portion 7 of my Spaced OutThemes collection.All images and music are the properties of the original producers and no copy wright infringement is intended.This presentation has been compiled purely for nostalgic and historical purposes.

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Love, Honor and Cherish: The Greatest Wedding Moments from All My Youngsters, General Hospital, and 1 Life to Live

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Last of the Summer Wine Theme – from Best BBC Tv Themes LP

Last of the Summer Wine was the longest operating sitcom in the UK, from 1973 until 2010 – some 31 series. It followed the antics of 3 retired men (the line up changed several times more than the years, although Norman Clegg, played by Peter Sallis of Wallace & Grommit fame starred throughout). It was set in and about Holfirth in Yorkshire, England and was written by Roy Clarke, who went on to write the wonderful, “Keeping up Appearances”. Here is the theme music, as requested by “APyleOfVinyl”, taken from the LP, “Top BBC Television Themes” on the BBC Records label, from 1978. This isn’t fairly the version with which I am familiar, which attributes a harmonica playing the lead, but possibly this was a slightly earlier version. It was composed by the legendary Ronnie Hazlehurst. I hope you appreciate this mellow track – it brings back memories of Sunday evenings for me, although I ought to admit, I did stop watching the programme a few years ago!

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Grand Prix: Unique Edition (Dbl Dvd) from Warner Brothers

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My Name Is Bill W. (Dvd) from Warner Brothers

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