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Funshine Friday: A ‘Jabberjaw’ Moment (1976)

It’s a tale of two Jabbers in this one-minute clip from Hana-Barbera’s Jabberjaw cartoon. Nyuk nyuck nyuck! Jabberjaw‘s 16 episodes originally aired from September through December of 1976. Jabberjaw, joyfully imitating Curly of The Three Stooges, was voiced by Frank … Continue reading

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Holiday Sing-A-Long: ‘The 4th Of July Parade’ From ‘Rudolph’s Shiny New Year’ (1976)

“On this island, every day is the 4th of July!” Happy 4th of July to all who are celebrating at home and abroad! To get us in the proper mood, here’s “The 4th of July Parade” song from Rankin/Bass’ Rudolph’s … Continue reading

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Saturday 70s Spots: STP Oil Treatment (1971 & ’76)

“It helps your oil do a better job.” On this fine, sunny Saturday, I’ve got a pair of STP Oil Treatment commercials ready to pour. First up, a spot from October, 1971 featuring some early 70s race cars. After that, … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Oldsmobile Starfire SX (1976)

(Click to enlarge) “The road is yours. Starfire SX. Non-stop excitement.” I’m excited just thinking about the Starfire. Aren’t you? Daily 70s Ad #155: Oldsmobile Starfire SX originally appeared in the June, 1976 issue of Flying magazine. (Source: Flying) Previously … Continue reading

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Daily 70s Ad: Stars & Stripes Karate Gi (1976)

(Click to enlarge) “Celebrate The Bicentennial With A Stars & Stripes Gi.” Bicentennial-themed merch ruled the mid-70s. Daily 70s Ad #146: Stars & Stripes Karate Gi originally appeared in the June, 1976 issue of Black Belt magazine. (Source: Black Belt) … Continue reading

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Trailer Tuesday: ‘The Bad News Bears’ (1976)

To put it simply, for those of us who grew up in the 1970s, The Bad News Bears is comedy gold. I saw the film in the theater at the age of nine and fell in love with this tale … Continue reading

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