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Jan 15, 2021
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with Max Robinson making his debut
Topics: past events, news, 70s 1978
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Sep 21, 2020
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The adventures of a boy, his grandmother, and his dog, rafting down a treacherous river to escape from renegade Indians who threaten their prairie cabin.
Topics: Indians, cabins, 70s, short story films
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"All by Myself" is a song by American artist Eric Carmen released in 1975. The verse is based on the second movement (Adagio sostenuto) of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Opus 18, famously used to underscore the 1945 British film Brief Encounter. The chorus was taken from the song "Let's Pretend", which Carmen wrote and recorded with the Raspberries in 1972.[
Topics: Eric Carmen, 70s, Pop Music, ballad love songs, crooners
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Sep 9, 2020
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Here is a short story film "The Gold Bug". This short film features the famous a young actor Anthony Michael Hall (featured in later films such as "Breakfast Club," Sixteen Candles," "Weird Science," etc.
Topics: insects, 70s, short story films, Anthony Michael Hall
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When a new professional baseball team comes to Baltimore, fan Mary Dobkin (Jean Stapleton) becomes inspired to help the kids in her neighborhood, who have started falling into delinquency and crime. Mary decides to start her own team, giving the kids something constructive to do. However, since the  team has a mixed racial roster, there are many in the city who do not approve. Adding to Mary's troubles, she has continuous health problems that lead to multiple amputations.
Topics: Jean Stapleton, Martin Balsam, Dolph Sweet, Robbie Rist, TV movies, 70s, baseball, Mary Dobkin,...
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Tracklist  A Another Brick In The Wall (Part II) B One Of My Turns Companies, etc. Phonographic Copyright (p)  –  Pink Floyd Music Ltd. Copyright (c)  –  Pink Floyd Music Ltd. Credits Producer  –  Bob Ezrin ,  David Gilmoure *,  Roger Walters *  Written-By  –  Waters *  Notes see  Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)  for label variation ( 'SIDE 1' lower ) C 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. P 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout...
Topics: Pink Floyd, 7" 45 RPM singles, one-hit wonders, 70s, disco music, pop rock, classic rock
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** Made-for-TV ** (This is the Original CBS broadcast with some commercials - Oct.25,1978) A comedy-drama, adapted from Erma Bombeck's 1976 book, about a New York couple who decided to dump the hassle of the big city, pack up the kids and move to what they think is the easy life off suburbia.
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Topics: Carol Burnett, 70s, Erma Bombeck, suburbia, New York
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A professor's (Linda Lavin) husband deserts her and her teenage daughter (Kristy McNichol), leaving them open to romance.
Topics: Linda Lavin, 70s, Kristy McNichol, motherhood
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Tracklist  A Touchin' You Written-By –  Larry Santos 3:29 B Credits Arranged By [Strings]  –  Dave Van De Pitte *  Producer  –  Larry Santos Notes Non promo copy; orange, white green "big tree" and logo, black print. Life Is Beautiful Written-By –  Vincent Pelletier 2:52
Topics: Larry Santos, Pop Music, ballads, crooners, 70s
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Tracklist  A We Can't Hide It Anymore Written-By –  Barry Murphy 3:47 B Can't Get You Off My Mind Written-By –  Iran Koster ,  Teddy Randazzo ,  Victoria Pike 3:16 Companies, etc. Phonographic Copyright (p)  –  Casablanca Records, Inc. Published By  –  Groovesville Music Published By  –  Razzle Dazzle Music Manufactured By  –  Casablanca Records, Inc. Distributed By  –  Casablanca Records, Inc. Credits Producer  –  Don Davis (2) Notes From the Casablanca LP,...
Topics: Larry Santos, Pop Music, 70s, crooners, ballads, acoustic pop
Community Texts
Jul 29, 2020
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Type of voice for this song: soprano Range of her soprano voice: D4 - D5
Topics: sheet music, soprano, Cindy Bullens, Pop Music, 70s, pop rock
Community Video
Jul 18, 2020
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2 rare episodes
Topics: family, Bill Jackson, 70s
Community Video
Jul 18, 2020
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A romantic comedy about various engaged couples and their families who, as wedding dates rapidly approach, are caught up in a whirlwind of emotional crises, from past loves and parental pressure to social and financial obligations.
Topics: Tony Bill, Tom Bosley, Diana Canova, Barbara Cason, romantic comedy, 70s, Joyce DeWitt, John...
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A Man Taking The Easy Way Out Again Leonard, Jones, Williams, Morley, Whaley Roy Thomas Baker 6.0    Rate B Man California Silks And Satins Leonard, Morley Roy Thomas Baker Rate
Topics: Man, 7" 45 RPM singles
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12-year-old girl must deal with her new stepmother being more of a presence in her life than she had expected.
Topics: stepmothers, wives, 70s, family, Kristy McNichol, Lance Kerwin, Melendy Britt
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"I'm Not in Love", heartbreaking ballad, performed by 10cc: Sorry to tell that this song by 10cc, "I'm Not in Love" should have been a heartbreaking ballad, filled with more meaning, hurt and a sad lament. It should have been one of the saddest songs of 1975 plus it should have been on the list of sad songs and break-up songs. "Only When I Laugh", film from 1981: Only When I Laugh  is a 1981 American  comedy-drama film  based on  Neil Simon 's 1970 play  The...
Topics: 10cc, Pop Music, crooners, Ballad, heartbreaking, argument, abused, Marsha Mason, Kristy McNichol
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Heartless parents C.L. Doyle and his wife take two of their older children, Rosebud & Joseph T. Doyle on a family vacation to Alaska, but dump their younger ones, Freddy & Margaret Jean in a Los Angeles foster home. Infuriated by this, Rosebud talks Joseph T. into running away with her so that they can break their younger siblings out of the system, which sparks a manhunt, and an outburst of sympathy among kids everywhere.
Topics: Anne Francis, Robert Webber, Gary Collins, Jennifer Jason Leigh, 70s, TV movies
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Here is a short story film "John Updike, The Music School" from 1974.
Topics: John Updike, 70s, short story films, Henry Fonda
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Getting Married is a 1978 TV movie directed by Steven Hilliard Stern, written by John Hudock, and starring Richard Thomas, Bess Armstrong, and Mark Harmon. A man falls in love with a newscaster and attempts to win her heart before she weds another man.
Topics: Richard Thomas, Bess Armstrong, Mark Harmon, 70s, marriage, weddings
After a harrowing accident when a train crashes into her school bus, a young popular teenager, Celia, learns to handle life with brain damage, the death of several friends, and an amputated limb.
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Topics: brain damage, 70s, Cloris Leachman, Stephanie Zimbalist, Mike Connors
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American Maureen Connolly (Glynnis O'Connor) battles cancer after winning the tennis grand slam in 1953.
Topics: Maureen Connolly, tennis, Glynnis O'Connor, 70s
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Affluent housewife Mary MacCracken (Jane Alexander) volunteers to help a teacher (Rachel Roberts) of emotionally disturbed children.
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Topics: emotional disturbance, children, school, 70s, Jane Alexander, Rachel Roberts
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A sequel to "A Circle of Children" (1977). A teacher of "emotionally disturbed" children takes on a new student who is considered to be "untrainable" by public school authorities, psychiatrists, and medical doctors. Even the child's own mother, who is very loving, does not have the tools to reach her "hopeless" child. This is the further story of a teacher who understood what it was like to be eight years old and hurt and angry and confused; a teacher who...
Topics: school, 70s, children, Jane Alexander
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Sooner (Susan Deer) is a young girl being raised by an eccentric and slovenly bootlegger (Cloris Leachman) in the backwoods of Indiana. It's only after she's taken away by the authorities and given to the childless couple of Mac (Richard Crenna) and Elizabeth McHenry (Lee Remick) that she comes to r ealize how ignorant she has been of the wider world. The going is difficult, but with patience and understanding, her new parents help her to acclimate to a more civilized life.
Topics: Susan Deer, Cloris Leachman, Lee Remick, Richard Crenna, Indiana, childless couple
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This film is a sensitive story of three displaced youngsters sharing the same foster home, who struggle to understand themselves and finally learn to care about others for the first time.
Topics: youngsters, 70s, Kristy McNichol, foster home, short story films
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Jul 6, 2020
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A babysitter is menaced by mysterious and frightening phone calls.
Topics: phone calls, 70s, short films, fear
Here is short story film of Solider's Home, writen by Ernest Hemingway. It was 1919 during World War I. Hardest part is coming home and adjust to cilvillan life which is not easy to do for some which is still in occurance today. Staring Richard Backus and Nancy Marchand.
Topics: Richard Backus, Nancy Marchand, Henry Fonda, 70s, Ernest Hemingway, World War I, soldiers
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Designed to show a family's reactions to the terminal illness and death of an elderly member, Josh and his grandfather, Ben have a warm and close relationship. The boy delights in helping his grandfather tap maple tress, and listening to the old man's stories about his years on the railroad. One day, the family doctor informs Josh's parents that Ben has inoperable cancer and little time to live; news they elect to keep from him. Ben takes Josh on a long-promised train trip and when he and a...
Topics: gandy dancing, 70s, death, short story films, inoperable cancer
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Jul 6, 2020
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Tells a story about a boy whose disillusioning with the adult would make him a runaway, until he learns the meaning of trust from a perceptive black counselor at a children's shelter. Featuring a young actor of Scott Baio before "Happy Days" and "Charles in Charge." from 1976. Filmed in New York City. You also get to see Penn station what it was look like at the time.
Topics: Scott Baio, children's shelter, shelter, runaway, 70s, short story films
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Here is a short story film/animation "The Witch Who Was Afraid of Witches" from 1979. Written by Alice Low.
Topics: Alice Low, short animated films, family, witches, 70s, short story films
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The story of a young shy solitary girl who lives with her grandmother at the turn of the century on a farm in Maine. She meets a hunter who enlists her aid in finding a great white heron. Finally she must choose between her friendship for the hunter and saving the bird.
Topics: shyness, solitairiness, farm, Maine, white heron, hunters, friendship, short story films, 70s
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Mildred Dunnock portrays an old woman who roams the street collecting other people's throw-aways. Emily and her 14 year old friends run into the old woman and ridicule her. A situation ultimately arises forcing the police to take the old woman away. Emily discovers pictures of the old woman as a young girl and seeks her out with a new found compassion.
Topics: Mildred Dunnock, compassion, police, 70s, short story films
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The Ransom of Red Chief by O. Henry. This short story is about two inept con men whose kidnapping venture of a small boy backfires when the boy's parents refuse to take him back.
Topics: O. Henry, kidnap, short story films, 80
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Jul 6, 2020
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Short Story Film "Mr Gimme" Sorry for the poor video quality as this is an old film from the 1970's. A young boy whose heart is set on owning a set of drums becomes involved in a get-rich-quick scheme.
Topics: owners, 70s, short story films
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An adaptation of Robert Frost's narrative poem of the same title about an aged and no longer productive hired man, who returns to live at a couple's farm. Captures the couple's apprehension over the fate of the proud, homeless man amid scenes depicting early 20th-century farm life in New England.
Topics: farm, homeless, 70s, New England, short story films
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Short story film "Philip and the White Colt." A dramatic story about a young mute boy and the white colt he loves and saves from death.
Topics: white colt, short story films, 70s
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Presents a contemporary fantasy based on the G. Gray's book of the same title about a young girl living in an urban ghetto who has her wishes fulfilled by a fairy godmother who appears on the television. In the process of getting her wishes she learns that things work out better when she thinks of others rather than just of herself.
Topics: fairy godmother, urban ghetto, wishes, 70s, short story films
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This film portrays one woman's responses to the hardships of pioneer life - how women often learn to cope with the sudden changes in environment and life patterns that bring new independence, loneliness and great demands on their resourcefulness and courage.
Topics: pioneers, hardships, women, 70s, environment, loneliness, courage, 70s, short story films
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Jul 6, 2020
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A contest of wills between a mother and daughter over the girl's desire to enter a rodeo race teaches important lessons about forcing people and animals into undesired roles.
Topics: horses, rodeo, 70s, short story films
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Jul 6, 2020
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Tells a story about a 6-year-old girl's struggle to understand her brother's sudden death, showing her relationship with the adult members of her family in their sharing of grief and compassion.
Topics: death, grief, compassions, family, 70s, short story films
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Jul 6, 2020
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Despite its far-fetched plotline, the made-for-TV Summer of My German Soldier was popular with audiences and critics alike. The film is set in Georgia during World War II. Bruce Davison plays Anton Reiker, a German POW assigned to work at a local farm. Reiker escapes, taking refuge in a barn owned by the Bergens, a Jewish family. At first terrified by her "guest," teen-aged Patty Bergen (Kristy McNichol) falls in love with Anton, zealously hiding him from the rest of her family and...
Topics: Kristy McNichol, 70s, Germany, soldiers, Esther Rolle, Bette Greene
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Jul 6, 2020
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Two teenagers learn to understand themselves and each other when they are caught in a snowstorm and must fight for survival in a desolate area.
Topics: snowstorm, survival, 70s, short story films
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A young girl, who fears that her popularity is based on her father's fame, finds that she has lessons to learn on the real meaning of friendship.
Topics: movie stars, 70s, short story films, friendship
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Jul 6, 2020
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Views the French pantomimist at work both on stage and behind the scenes.
Topics: Marcel Marceau, pantomimist, pantomime
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Raymond Burr stars in this familiar role for him: A lawyer representing those wrongly accused of crimes. This movie was made between Burr's gigs of "Ironside" and his "Return of Perry Mason" TV-movies. See below for more details: Tony Kilbert was the host of this afternoon TV show. This movie's rebroadcast was done on the eve of 1988. So, considering the "time capsule" novelty element with this video, all TV commercial spots were kept in place. This movie abounds...
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Topics: Raymond Burr, lawyers, TV movies, 70s
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Janssen plays the part of Harry Adams, an unhappily married guy that plots a long-term plan to leave his wife with faking his own death and starting a new life; financed by a gambling strategy with winning at blackjack. The backdrop to this movie was November 1963 with the President Kennedy assassination. This was a made-for-TV movie, and as usual for such productions, there are many familiar faces in this movie from TV of that era. The cast: David Janssen Stefanie Powers Linda Evans Allen...
Topics: Stefanie Powers, David Jannesn, Linda Evans, 70s, TV movies
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This family animated Christmas special features: "A Parable" "The Greatest Miracle of All" "It's Great to Communicate" "Let's Not Behave Like People" and "A Place Like This" Rare animated musical Christmas classic of the Nativity as seen through the eyes of the animals in the stable. Once the animals realize they can talk, they begin to behave with common human failings of anger, pettiness and selfishness. Soon they recognize their wrongdoing...
Topics: family, Nativity, Jesus, Christmas, animals, 70s, miracles
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Jun 14, 2020
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filmed in 1977 as TV holiday special
Topics: Paul Lynde, Foster Brooks, Alice Ghostley, George Gobel, Anne Meara, Susan Page, Martha Raye, Anson...
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** Made-for-TV ** (This is a May 9,1978 CBS Rebroadcast with some commercials....this originally aired Nov.6,1975 on NBC) A retired businessman (Fred MacMurray) probes into mysterious ship and plane disappearances off the Florida coast after his friends and his fiancee are involved.
Topics: Fred MacMurray, 70s, TV movies, retirement
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Jun 13, 2020
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A poor New York teenager of the mid-1930 is forced into prostitution despite sincere efforts to make a living and ultimately becomes the city's most famous madam.
Topics: Lesley Ann Warren, David Dukes, Polly Bergen, TV movies, 70s
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When a coed is humiliated by a group of sorority sisters, she is urged to get even by unleashing her psychic powers.
Topics: Shelley Winters, Morgan Fairchild, 70s, horror, TV movies
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Jun 12, 2020
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A family moves into a new home in an isolated area, and soon realizes that someone--or something--doesn't want them there.
Topics: Robert Stack, Vera Miles, isolation, 70s
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Jun 12, 2020
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An undercover policewomen risks her life to trap a homicidal rapist.
Topics: policewomen, 70s, Donna Mills, Michael Constantine, William Devane
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Jun 12, 2020
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Government agencies investigate the mysterious disappearance of a powerful Presidential adviser.
Topics: Richard Widmark, Skye Aubrey, Tom Bosley, 70s, TV movies, government
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Jun 12, 2020
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Arlene Dahl solves fashion and wardrobe problems in this 1970 video for Family Circle.
Topics: Arlene Dahl, fashion, makeup, 70s, wardrobe
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Jun 12, 2020
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The wives of three wealthy men are kidnapped and held for a $3 million ransom-$1 million for each of them. One of the wives, a diabetic, needs her insulin medication or she will soon die. One of the husbands refuses to pay his share of the ransom because he believes that his wife is having an affair with another man.
Topics: Howard Duff, Leslie Nielsen, Sheree North, Barbara Parkins, 70s, TV movies
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Jun 11, 2020
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A group of people, all of whom, we can only assume, are very rich, are on a plane flying to an island resort.
Topics: Cloris Cleachman, 70s, resort, TV movies
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Jun 11, 2020
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Although the actors and character names aren't the same, Sweet, Sweet Rachel was the pilot film for the TV series Sixth Sense. Alex Dreier plays a paranormal researcher whose patient (Stefanie Powers), suffers from disturbing ESP flashes. The source of these ghoulish images is a psychic murderer, who uses mind control to kill his female victims. When Sweet, Sweet Rachel became The Sixth Sense, Alex Dreier was replaced by a younger, handsomer Gary Collins. The TV movie aired as part of the ABC...
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Topics: Stefanie Powers, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 11, 2020
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A young couple moves into a farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania. What they don't know is that there is an unseen presence in the house, and that it wants to take possession of the wife.
Topics: TV movies, 70s, Darren McGavin, Sandy Dennis, Ralph Bellamy
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Jun 11, 2020
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A paroled rapist-murderer returns to a small community to take revenge against a doctor whose testimony sent him to prison. A made-for-tv remake of Cape Fear. With Lloyd Bridges, Pat Crowley, Eve Plumb, William Watson
Topics: Lloyd Bridges, Pat Crowley, Eve Plumb, William Watson, Cape Fear, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 11, 2020
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An undercover policewoman finds herself framed for murder by a crime. Forced to flee for her life, she determines to clear her name and bring the real killers to justice.
Topics: Donna Mills, Lawrence P. Casey, Andrew Duggan, 70s, TV movies
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Taken from her second album, "Steal the Night"
Topics: Cindy Bullens, Trust Me, 7" 45 RPM singles, 70s, Pop Music, pop rock, female vocalists
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Jun 11, 2020
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Based on a true story, a court-appoint. LeVar Burton & Paul Sorvino deliver two stunning performances as a deaf mute accused of murder and the deaf lawyer who defends him in this drama based on real events. Brian Dennehy co-stars. A 1979 promo for the CBS television film "Dummy", starring LeVar Burton, Paul Sorvino, and Brian Dennehy. Paul Sorvino gives a great performance in this made for TV movie about a deaf and dumb young man who is accused of murdering a prostitute and...
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Topics: LeVar Burton, Paul Sorvino, TV movies, dummies, 70s
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Unsuccessful TV pilot about identical twin detectives (Jim Hager, Jon Hager) who use their look-alike images to appear to be in two places at the same time in an attempt to expose a psychic con group, but become involved in a deadly game when a beautiful medium turns up murdered.
Topics: detectives, Jim Hager, Jon Hager, Lillian Gish, Otis Young, TV pilot, 70s
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Here is the story story film "The Summer of the Swans" from 1974.
Topics: 70s, Betsy Byars, short story films
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Jun 11, 2020
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Death Cruise  is a 1974 American  made-for-television   mystery film  starring  Richard Long ,  Polly Bergen ,  Edward Albert ,  Kate Jackson ,  Celeste Holm ,  Tom Bosley ,  Michael Constantine  and  Cesare Danova . It was directed by  Ralph Senensky  and aired as the  ABC Movie of the Week  on October 30, 1974. [1]
Topics: Polly Bergen, Kate Jackson, mystery, Celeste Holm, Tom Bosley, TV movies
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Jun 11, 2020
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Hitchhike!  is a 1974 American TV film directed by  Gordon Hessler .
Topics: Cloris Leachman, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 11, 2020
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In Broad Daylight  is a 1971 American TV film starring  Richard Boone ,  Stella Stevens  and  Suzanne Pleshette . It was directed by  Robert Day  and written by  Larry Cohen
Topics: Richard Boone, Stella Stevens, Suzanne Pleshette, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 10, 2020
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Family on a camping trip return to their home in Los Angeles and find everyone has been turned into white powder.
Topics: Peter Graves, white powder, 70s, TV movies
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Jun 10, 2020
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A man who saw his friend beaten to death sets out to find the truth after police claim the man died of a heart attack.
Topics: Ruth Roman, Edward Asner, 70s, TV movies, thriller
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Jun 10, 2020
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A woman kills her lover's wife, then sets out to frame her husband for the murder.
Topics: Stella Stevens, 70s, thriller
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A resort-town detective (Jack Klugman) takes the case of a rich man (James Franciscus) who claims his wife (Elizabeth Ashley) is not his wife
Topics: Jack Klugman, Elizabeth Ashley, James Franciscus, 70s, TV movies, thriller, suspense
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Jun 10, 2020
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Rain Murphy is a man sentenced to life in prison, choosing to do his time in near-isolation, and engages in distance running when given the opportunity for free-time. While his form and speed capture the attention of prison officials who believe he could be competitive for the Olympics, Murphy expresses disinterest. But when the one man he has befriended is taken advantage of by political groups within the prison, Murphy decides to pursue the opportunity presented to him in his memory. This...
Topics: Olympics, prison, 70s, TV movies
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In the second half of the 19th century, some 100,000 abandoned or poverty-stricken New York children were relocated to midwestern families by the Children's Aid Society. Made for television, Orphan Train is a fictionalized account of the early days of the Society in 1854. Top billing goes to Jill Eikenberry as a minister's daughter and Kevin Dobson as a photojournalist. Eikenberry shepherds the first group of orphans from New York to Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and Indiana, with Dobson along...
Topics: Jill Eikenberry, Kevin Dobson, Glenn Close, orphans, poverty, TV movies, 70s, Children's Aid Society
I like the serious heartfelt ballad, "I'm Not in Love", done by only Eric Stewart from 10cc, better than Kathy Redfern's middle part that I'm not happy about since I'm a small 10cc fan.
Topics: 10cc, Jean Stapleton, argument, separation, sadness, lament, hurt, heartbreak, Pop Music, Ballad,...
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with relevant scenes, taken from a romantic drama movie from 1970, entitled, "Love Story" Too bad 10cc would have clarified the topic about the end of love and romance for this song. Band member Eric Stewart seriously would have realized he really wasn't in love with his wife, Gloria for a short time due to a temporary breakup that never lasted very long.
Topics: Ali MacGraw, 10cc, Pop Music, Ballad, heartbreak, argument, separation, sadness, Ryan O'Neal
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with Christmas clips from: Father Knows Best - The Angel's Sweater (12/19/1956) Miracle in Harlem (1948) Miracle of St. Thérèse (1952) The Miracle Woman (1931) Miracle on 34th Street (1947) Ozzie & Harriet - Busy Christmas (12/19/1956) The Bishop's Wife (1947) The Flying Nun (1967) The Miracle (1959) "Miracles" is a song written by Marty Balin and originally recorded by Jefferson Starship, appearing on its 1975 album Red Octopus.[2] "Miracles" peaked at number 3 for...
Topics: miracles, Christmas, love songs, 70s, crooners, American homemade music videos
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"How Deep Is Your Love" ranked number 375 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In a British TV special shown in December 2011, it was voted "The Nation's Favorite Bee Gees Song" by ITV viewers.[3] During the Bee Gees' 2001 Billboard magazine interview, Barry reportedly said that "How Deep Is Your Love" was his favorite Bee Gees song.[4]
Topics: Bee Gees, Pop Music, 70s, Ballad
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Written by the Bee Gees, what could possibly be said about the quality of this ballad that has not already been talked about? Although Aussie pop singer Samantha Sang's only big hit in her singing career, she certainly does a fine job throughout. This could possibly be the best song that the brothers Gibb have ever written!
Topics: Samantha Sang, Bee Gees, Pop Music, 70s, crooners, one-hit wonders
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Shirley is caught up in memories of her late husband as she sets off in a snow storm to buy a Christmas tree for her family.
Topics: Shirley Jones, Rosanna Arquette, Tracey Gold, Peter Barton, 70s, Christmas, Patrick Wayne
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Jun 10, 2020
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Deranged Raymond (Dean Stockwell) wants to see the high-school English teacher (Jane Wyman) who flunked him 10 years before.
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Topics: Katey Sagal, Jane Wyman, psychiatric hospital, 70s, TV movies
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A young couple moves to a quiet New England village, only to soon find themselves mixed up in mysterious rituals.
Topics: Bette Davis, Donald Pleasence, TV movies, 70s, New England
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Jun 9, 2020
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Teenager John Curtis (Lance Kerwin) has an embarrassing problem: He can't stop wetting his bed. His mother (DeAnn Mears) thinks the best way to discourage the habit is to publicly display his stained sheets from the window, so John gets in the habit of racing home from school to hide them before his  friends can see. He soon finds that he's becoming quite good at running, and joins the school track team. John excels, overcoming his problem and eventually becoming an Olympic athlete.
Topics: Lance Kerwin, Melissa Sue Anderson, Michael Landon, Olympics, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 9, 2020
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An IRS agent (Robert Reed) with a wife (Hope Lange) and family compulsively makes obscene phone calls.
Topics: Robert Reed, Hope Lange, IRS, 70s, TV movies, Sylvia Sidney
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A young woman (Sally Field) is drawn to an ex-convict hit man (Joe Don Baker) whose brother wants someone killed.
Topics: Sally Field, Telly Savalas, Joe Don Baker, TV movies, 70s, crime, police
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Jun 9, 2020
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Katherine (Sissy Spacek) is a young debutante who is transformed into a revolutionary by the chaotic currents coursing through American society in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Her loving, middle-class parents (Art Carney, Jane Wyatt) enable her descent into extremism. Disappointed with her radica l boyfriend (Henry Winkler), who is interested more in sex than in activism, she joins a group of leftist militants who contend that only violence can enact social and political change.
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Topics: Sissy Spacek, Henry Winkler, Art Carney, Jane Wyatt, debutante, society, TV movies
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Jun 9, 2020
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** Made-for-TV ** (This is a June 12,1979 Rebroadcast with commercials...this originally aired Oct.10,1977 on NBC) A cruise ship is swept with fear and panic when hit by a mysterious, deadly virus, disrupting the fun and games.
Topics: virus, 70s, TV movies
"Do That to Me One More Time" is a song performed by the American pop duo Captain & Tennille. It was their 13th charting hit in the United States, and their second number 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song was included on the duo's 1979 studio album, Make Your Move, and was written by Toni Tennille. After a decline in popularity from the height of their success in the mid-1970s, the Captain and Tennille signed with Casablanca Records under the guidance of Neil Bogart....
Topics: Captain & Tennille, Pop Music, Ballads, ballad love songs, 70s, 1979, girl-groups, crooners
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Jun 8, 2020
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** Made-for-TV ** A New Hampshire couple claim to have been taken aboard a UFO in September 1961 and examined medically by strange extraterrestrial creatures. This originally aired Oct.20,1975 on NBC.
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Topics: UFO, 70s, TV movies
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Jun 8, 2020
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** Made-for-TV ** A fashion designer assembles a group of her top models, a fashion photographer, several critics, and her best customers at her mountaintop retreat for a comeback gala, only to have someone start bumping off the guests one by one. This originally aired Dec.10,1979 on NBC.
Topics: fashion, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 8, 2020
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Sonny Chiba reprises his role as the deadly martial arts mercenary Takuma Tsurugi in this feature where he must once again battle against the Yakuza because of a deal gone wrong.
Topics: Kung Fu, China, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 8, 2020
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Astronomers discover a comet that they believe will crash into Phoenix, Arizona. They attempt to warn officials, but no one believes them.
Topics: astronomers, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 8, 2020
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** Made-for-TV ** A middle-aged couple discover that a young handyman, hired to fix their furnace, has moved into their cellar. This originally aired Feb.11, 1972 on CBS.
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Topics: TV movies, 70s, Eugene Roche
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taken from the back cover of her album, "Come into My Life"
Topics: Carol Douglas, girl-group soul, girl-groups, 70s, Disco Music
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Jun 8, 2020
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** Made-for-TV ** A kidnap thriller that finds two men desperately trying to save their wives who have been abducted by four escaped convicts fleeing down a treacherous river in rubber rafts. This originally aired Jan.21,1975 on NBC.
Topics: thriller, 70s, TV movies, Carol Lynley
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Jun 8, 2020
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** Made-for-TV ** In a small Oregon town, a local sheriff (Alan Alda) tries to find the cause of some mysterious deaths involving the community's elderly residents. This originally aired Oct.2,1973 on ABC.
Topics: Alan Alda, TV movies, 70s
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Jun 8, 2020
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** Made-for-TV ** In this chiller the theft of an amulet from the mummy of an Egyptian priestess sets off a reign of terror in Los Angeles. This originally aired Dec.11,1973 on ABC.
Topics: Egypt, TV movies, 70s
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" Spring Affair " is a song by American singer and songwriter  Donna Summer  from her 1976 album  Four Seasons of Love . The song (which represents the "spring" phase of the concept album) tells of the beginning of a new relationship. "Spring Affair" is more than eight minutes long, though it was edited for release as a single. The song peaked at number 15 in Spain  singles charts  and number 3 in Spain  Radio chart . [1] "Spring Affair" was sampled...
Topics: Donna Summer, Madeline Bell, Sue & Sunny, 70s, 1976, girl-groups, Pop Music, Disco Music, Soul...
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** Made-for-TV ** (This is a June 2,1982 Rebroadcast with commercials...this originally aired Nov.22,1979 on CBS) Art Carney is a newspaper executive who is frustrated at being put out to pasture after 35 years in a favor of a computer, he cannot take this fate quietly. Frank becomes enraged and starts writing letters to his son expressing his fury, but his son has his own problems, related to his marriage.
Topics: Art Carney, Maureen Stapleton, 70s, retirement, TV movies, family problems, 1979, Michael J. Fox,...
** Made-for-TV ** (This is the Original CBS broadcast with some commercials - Sept.11,1979) The career of comedian Freddie Prinze, who committed suicide in January 1977, at 22, is the subject of this drama.
Topics: Freddie Prinze, TV movies, 70s