The Untouchables - TV intro
The Untouchables - TV series intro
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Day of the Hunter. An old buffalo hunter comes to town determined to prove he&apos;s the best with a rifle. Watch classic westerns and tv show on http://www.westermania.com
This is a mix of lots of 70s disco classics I put together. The mix was made using mostly 12 inch versions or extended versions of these classic disco hits that have been transferred to mp3 and som...
The Untouchables ran on ABC from 1959 to 1963 and wa produced by Quinn Martin who would go on to do many cop/detective shows from the 1960's to the 70's, including the Fugitive. Fr...
UPDATE (1/25/17): R.I.P. Mary Tyler Moore - a great actress, humanitarian and icon.
This is the theme song from Season 1 of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. From Season 2 to Season 7 the theme song changed...
The greatest 80's hits which created climate of these years. U2, Queen, Madonna, The Smiths and much more you could forget. Classic tracks that went down in music history. Rate, comment and s...
50s Rock-n-Roll Compilation, Enjoy C: xoxo Rubi* P.S yes some songs are from the 60's "Daydreaming in a winter haze Walking backwards in time, black and white never looked so bright h...
This is some blooper footage from a B&W kids show from the late 50s or early 60s featured on Dick Clark's "TV Censored Bloopers". The footage of the flaming hoop has...
A clip from the second episode of the series. Kookie (Edd Byrnes) and Stuart Bailey (Efrem Zimbalist, Jr) at one of their usual cool briefings.
Take a peek at the comedy and children's programs that we watched during tv's golden age. Share this video with others who may remember. Your comments and reminiscences are welcome ...
Rock Around the Clock (Bill Haley and his Comets)
Shake Rattle and Roll (Big Joe Turner)
That's All Right (Elvis Presley)
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash...
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I'm sure another 50 years later people will still look at such computer with t...
From the 1966 TV show, the Dean Jeffries modified 1966 Imperial, starring Van Williams and Bruce Lee
Episode where Bruce Lee "was born" as we know him. It's not just classic video, it's historic moment.
wiki short series description in english (please add language...
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Bruce Lee about his role in the series:
- I am chinese actor who playing a character with japanese name and luckily able to pronounce "Brad Reed"