Archive for March 13th, 2012

KODATOY MOVIE PROJECTOR BY EASTMAN

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DRUMMER MICHAEL HOSSACK IS DEAD AT 65

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The Doobie Brothers manager, Bruce Cohn, said in a statement that Hossack died
of cancer on Monday at his home in Dubois, Wyo. 

Michael Hossack had been the band’s drummer from 1971 to 1973 and rejoined
in 1987. He stopped performing with group two years ago while fighting the
disease that eventually took his life.

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NEW FUN FOR ‘61 !

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The Mark 7 monorail at Disneyland, Anaheim

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NEIL SEDAKA IS 73 TODAY

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“Laughter in the Rain” hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on
February 1
, 1975. It also spent two weeks on top of the adult
contemporary chart.

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LOVE THOSE TELEVISION WESTERNS!

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Richard Boone

Have Gun — Will Travel is a Western television series that aired on CBS
from September 14, 1957 to April 20, 1963. It was one of the few television
shows to spawn a successful radio version that debuted November 23, 1958
and starred John Dehner (below). 

There were 225 episodes of the TV series, many of which were written by
Gene Roddenberry. The star of the program was Richard Boone, who
portrayed the gentleman gunfighter named “Paladin”. Boone directed
19 of the shows episodes.

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John Dehner

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Have Gun Will Travel. Sung by Johnny Western!

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