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Funshine Friday: Willy Wonka’s Candy Factory Kit (1971)

“Chocolate not included…” A slight change of pace for today’s FF edition. Instead of a kid’s program from the 70s, we have a commercial that surely ran during a beloved children’s show before slipping into obscurity. Here’s a very cool … Continue reading

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Brady Bunch Moments: Pete Brady, Sunflower Girl (1971)

Holy Mike Brady’s cardigan! It cannot believe it’s been over six months since I’ve posted an installment of Brady Bunch Moments for your enjoyment. Here’s a classic minute and a half of early-70s TV wherein Peter Brady (Christopher Knight) dresses … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Chevy Vega, ‘Begs To Be Driven’ (1971)

“Wait until you drive a Vega. But don’t wait long.” Aww, they’ve put out the welcome mat. Daily 70s Ad #358: Chevy Vega, ‘Begs To Be Driven’ originally appeared in the March 05, 1971 issue of LIFE magazine. (Source: LIFE) … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: The Osmonds, ‘Incredible Year’ (1971)

“Thanks For An Incredible Year.” The Osmonds were kinda popular in 1971. Daily 70s Ad #353: The Osmonds, ‘Incredible Year’ originally appeared in the December 25, 1971 issue of Billboard magazine. (Source: Billboard) Previously on Daily 70s Ad: Mazda GLC … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Melanie, ‘#1 Female Vocalist’ (1971)

“Billboard Campus Attractions 1971. Melanie. #1 Female Vocalist.” Melanie, of “Brand New Key” fame. Daily 70s Ad #350: Melanie, ‘#1 Female Vocalist’ originally appeared in the December 25, 1971 issue of Billboard magazine. (Source: Billboard) Previously on Daily 70s Ad: … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: John & Yoko, ‘Happy Xmas (War Is Over)’ (1971)

“Happy Xmas (war is over), Love, John & Yoko.” That would be John Lennon and Yoko Ono, but you knew that already. “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” didn’t stir up much chart success in the US after its original December … Continue reading

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