LMAO! Ahhhhhh yes.....Used Cars. One of my generation's most underrated classics. Never ceases to make me laugh. Comment posted by Pete on Saturday, May 29th 2010 at 10:53pm.
"Used Cars"; One of Spielberg's rare "failures".
(Personally, I liked it!)
Would make a great double feature at the Musicbox with "1941" Comment posted by ArmitageNLowell on Monday, May 31st 2010 at 10:48am.
"1941" was another great film that wasn't as appreciated as it should've been. John Belushi was great in that movie. Comment posted by Pete on Monday, May 31st 2010 at 11:38am.
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Somehow, I always knew back in my mind that CF aired well after 1976. Now, if someone has recordings of the short-lived live host airings of CF, that would be a 24 karat platinum find! But, from what I understand, that would be as likely as finding a recording of the first ever Tonight Show With Johnny Carson. With this clip, however, I would have to say that in all of the years of visiting vintage TV sites, you have the best research team ever! A job well done would not even begin to cover it! Epic!
In the '60's they were just "Sugar Pops." That was back in the day when the Hanna-Barbera cartoons were on the box. The only one I remember, unfortunately, is Quick Draw McGraw on the box of Sugar Smacks, now called Honey Smacks, though I haven't seen them in a while. They were 56% sugar...
I recently saw the Gary Coleman exhibit at the Museum of Broadcast Communications. Sort of sad if you think about it. Gary seemed to be a bright, happy kid with a lot of charisma that got swallowed up and spit out by Hollywood.