Tag Archives: 1976

Trailer Tuesday: Woody Allen In ‘The Front’ (1976)

On this edition of Trailer Tuesday, we take a look at a 1976 coming attraction for The Front. Woody Allen stars in this tale of blacklisted writers and performers in 1950s New York. Co-stars include; Zero Mostel, Herschel Bernardi, Michael … Continue reading

Posted in 70s Movies | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

70s Moments: Paul Lynde, ‘Hating Hollywood’ (1976)

“Hollywood Squares’ Paul Lynde Feels Like a Round Peg in TV’s Square Hole” Cranking back the dial to September, 1976, we find this People magazine cover story on Paul Lynde. Mr. Lynde, famed actor and comedian, does not like the … Continue reading

Posted in 70s Celebrities | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

(Holiday Repeat) Sing-A-Long: ‘Rudolph’s Shiny New Year’ – ‘Have A Happy New Year’ (1976)

Happy New Year to all! I sincerely hope you have a fantastic 2015. Enjoy another Rankin/Bass holiday repeat from last year. On behalf of myself and Bionic Disco, here’s wishing you a joyous and wonderful new year! Let’s celebrate with … Continue reading

Posted in 70s TV | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off

(Holiday Repeat): ‘Rudolph’s Shiny New Year’ – ‘Turn Back The Years’ (1976)

Happy almost-New Year! On this last day of 2014, I’m pleased to bring you a 70s-style holiday repeat from last year. See you in 2015. Hectic holiday helpers! Since the new year is fast approaching, here’s something to help you … Continue reading

Posted in 70s TV | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off

Daily 70s Ad: Donny Most, ‘Hit Album’ (1976)

“The Most! Donny, that is.” Go on and get it out of your system, “Hey, it’s Ralph Malph!” Daily 70s Ad #342: Donny Most, ‘Hit Album’ originally appeared in the December 04, 1976 issue of Billboard magazine. (Source: Billboard) Previously … Continue reading

Posted in 70s Culture | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Comments Off

Music For Monday: Silver Convention, ‘Get Up And Boogie’ (1976)

There’s nothing very deep about Silver Convention and their #2 hit from the summer of 1976, “Get Up And Boogie.” But you’ll have a tough time not singing along. There’s pretty much only four words in the tune. That’s one … Continue reading

Posted in 70s Music | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments