Monthly Archives: October 2011

Music for Mondays: Alice Cooper ‘Welcome to My Nightmare’

Happy Halloween, Bionic pals! In celebration of the day let’s enjoy something especially spooktacular. Here’s Mr. Scarypants himself, Alice Cooper, performing “Welcome to my Nightmare” on The Muppet Show in 1978. Alice Cooper on the Muppet Show

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Funshine Friday: Lidsville

Sid and Marty Krofft’s Lidsville ran from September 1971 – September ’73 and starred Butch Patrick (of The Munsters) as Mark. 17 episodes were created for this trippy kids show which featured Charles Nelson Reilly as Merlo the Magician and … Continue reading

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Rare Harrison Ford Star Wars Interview, 1977

Here’s a great five minute interview with Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford, in 1977. Likely created for promotional purposes by 20th Century Fox, we see interviewer “Bobbie” Wygant chatting with Ford about why Star Wars is so good and what … Continue reading

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Trailer Tuesday: Car Wash

Car Wash was released 35 years ago (almost to the day) on October 22, 1976. Seeing as how no one we’ve seen is celebrating this glorious anniversary – we here at Bionic Disco will immediately remedy that. Send your eyes … Continue reading

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Music for Mondays: B-52′s ‘Rock Lobster’

The B-52′s “Rock Lobster” was first recorded in 1978 and became a small scale success. Soon after, the band signed to Warner Bros. Records , re-recorded the tune, and it appeared on their 1979 debut L.P. where it went on … Continue reading

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Funshine Friday: Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels was created by the team of Joe Ruby and Ken Spears and produced by Hanna-Barbera. The animated show ran, at first, on ABC from September 10th, 1977 to June 21st, 1980 as segments on … Continue reading

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