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In this video go back in time to the 1950's and 1960's with fun trivia facts and amazing memories of classic TV. Find out cool trivia facts you may never have heard before from classic television shows like the Adventures of Superman, Gilligan's Island, The Munsters, The Addams Family, The Wild Wild West, F-Troop, Star Trek, Bewitched, The Twilight Zone, I Dream of Jeannie, The Andy Griffith Show, and Lost in Space. Even follow the television career of Robby the Robot who appeared on a number of shows throughout the decades including Lost in Space.

Discover how other 60's TV shows shared the same lagoon location as Gilligan's Island and find out what other television programs shared the same street location for their TV homes. Find out what the connection between the Andy Griffith Show and the 50's Adventures of Superman starring George Reeves was.

0:00 Intro
0:35 Munsters
1:53 The Wild Wild West
5:11 Gilligan's Island on Wild Wild West and the lagoon on other TV shows
6:44 I Dream of Jeannie
8:39 Lost in Space
10:35 Robby the Robot TV appearances
21:09 Gilligan's Island
22:19 The Twilight Zone
33:35 F-Troop Facts and Funniest Moments
42:19 The Adventures of Superman
55:49 The Addams Family

In this video I take a look at the classic Christmas movie, It's a Wonderful Life goofs and amazing trivia facts. This Frank Capra movie starred Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed as George and Mary Bailey. James Stewart's character George is a dreamer who runs into big trouble one Christmas and it takes a prayer and an angel named Clarence to help him out of trouble.

Although the film, It's a Wonderful Life is undoubtedly a timeless classic, even a movie of this quality has a few interesting and sometimes funny goofs if you look closely enough. For instance in one scene a man walks by George Bailey and seems to change into a woman in the very next shot. One blooper in the movie made it to the final cut as it actually added to the scene. Frank Capra was so happy to have the blooper on his movie he paid the person responsible a ten dollar bonus for the happy accident.

Also, look at amazing facts like despite how snowy and cold Bedford Falls appeared in the movie, the film was actually filmed during a heat wave in the summer of 1946. The snow was fake, of course, and came in the tons. It's uniqueness won the special effects department an Academy Award.

Frank Capra said he got more letters on the subject of why Mr. Potter got away with his crimes in the movie than any other part of the movie.

One star played in more of Frank Capra's movies than even James Stewart himself. It was Jimmy the Raven who appeared in every Capra movie after "You Can't Take it with You". Yes, the bird that played Uncle Billy's pet.

#christmas #christmasmovies #itsawonderfullife #goofs #bloopers

0:00 Intro
0:44 Goofs
1:36 The Swimming pool scene
2:41 George lassos the moon
3:33 The ten dollar blooper
5:28 Amazing facts from It's a Wonderful Life
5:45 banned words from the movie script
6:14 Bedford Falls one of the biggest sets built
6:36 Fake snow in a hot summer
7:31 Public domain and success decades later
8:05 Christmas morals from the movie

On this video I talk about Get Smart TV series goofs, bloopers, and facts from the classic 1960's television show starring Don Adams as Maxwell Smart Agent 86, Barbara Feldon as Agent 99, and Edward Platt as the Chief.

Don Adams, Barbara Feldon, and Edward Platt show off their sense of humor in these hilarious bloopers that show even expert actors can twist dialogue into something unrecognizable. Also, see Don Rickles and Don Adams act silly on the set. I also take a look at doors that fall down a second before explosions occur, a car without a dashboard, an ejector seat that disappears in the air, and bullet holes that appear and reappear in between shots.

Get Smart was an funny comedy parody of the James Bond spy genre that was huge in the 60's. It mixed action and comedy together in such a entertaining fashion that fans are still watching the series today, but thanks to higher definition television sets and the ability to rewind we can now analyze some goofs that made it to the final cut of the show that viewers may have missed when it first aired in the 60's.

#getsmart #classictv #classictelevision #goofs #bloopers

0:00 Introduction
0:24 Mr Big the first episode
1:48 Barbara Feldon bare feet and Don Adams height issue
2:23 Fake backdrop goof
2:52 The Chief goofs
4:15 Stuntman goof
4:51 Ejector seat and Carol Burnett
5:06 Don Rickles guest stars
5:28 Dashboard of car is missing
6:26 Bloopers

In this sci-fi fantasy movies and TV bloopers and goofs video I present you yet another collection of movie and television series mistakes, special effects gone wrong, actor bloopers, and goofs that made it to the final cut in some of the best classic sci-fi fantasy movies and television series of the past.

Laugh with William Shatner as Captain Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock along with Picard and Number One in the Star Trek universe. Then see Star Wars characters, robots, and actors slip and mess up lines with hilarious results. Also, see Hercules, the Hulk, Highway to Heaven, I Dream of Jeannie, Superheroes like Batman and Superman, and even the sci-fi western the Wild Wild West. We also go way to the Universal movie monsters Frankenstein, Dracula, and the Wolfman with Abbott and Costello.

#scifi #sciencefiction #classictelevision #classictv #goofs #bloopers #movies

0:00 Intro
0:14 Star Trek
2:41 Star Wars
3:05 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
4:17 Life on Mars
4:45 Highway to Heaven
5:09 Batman movie serials
6:53 Lost in Space
12:16 Universal Movie Monsters
22:00 The Wild Wild West
29:49 Hercules
31:23 Superman and Shazam Movie Serials
34:15 The Incredible Hulk
35:02 I Dream of Jeannie

Travel back in time to the 1950's and forward with amazing memories of Robby the Robot and his wild TV and Movie appearances, guest spots, and cameos. Robby the Robot made his debut in the 1956 sci-fi big budget movie, "The Forbidden Planet". From there he starred in the B-movie the "Invisible Boy". Robby was no stranger to TV even during his early film career making an appearance on the Perry Como show to promote "The Forbidden Planet".

He did appearances on a ton of TV shows throughout the decades including Lost in Space, Wonder Woman, Mork and Mindy, Ark II, Hazel, The Addams Family and more. Robby has been known as the hardest working robot in Hollywood. He's even made an appearance with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck on 2003 film "Looney Tunes Back in Action".

No other robot has been on television as long and on such a big variety of shows as Robby.

#robots #robbytherobot #classictv

0:00 Intro
0:27 Forbidden Planet
1:29 Robby on the Perry Como Show
1:46 Robby the Robot on the movie the Invisible Boy
2:26 Guest appearance on The Thin Man
2:54 Gale Storm
3:04 Hazel TV series
3:27 Dobie Gillis with Bob Denver
4:42 The Twilight Zone
5:19 The Addams Family
5:56 Lost in Space
6:49 The Banana Splits
7:15 Columbo
7:44 70's Saturday morning shows Ark II and Space Academy
8:43 Wonder Woman
9:04 Mork and Mindy
10:01 Looney Tunes Back in Action Movie
10:51 TV Commercials with Robby the Robot

Go back to the 1960's and find fun goofs, facts, and bloopers on the Irwin Allen television classic Lost in Space. The series was about a family named the Robinsons that were space pioneers. Lost in Space was ahead of it's time for special effects in sci-fi television, but thanks to HD screens we can now see a lot of special effects goofs that give us a picture of how many sci-fi elements were achieved on the show. Electrical cables and trolleys that carried the robot around can be seen. Dr. Smith masks are now very clear to us indicating Smith stand-ins for stunt work and sometimes the purpose of the stand-in was unclear. At other times, aliens and werewolves were betrayed by their shoes. Props like fake boulders weren't always as solid as they needed to be.

The TV series Lost in Space starred Guy Williams, June Lockhart, Bill Mumy, Jonathan Harris, Angela Cartwright, Mark Goddard, and Marta Kristen. The robot was voiced by Dick Tufeld and inside the suit was Bob May. May was very dedicated to his job and once when he fell down and got knocked out, he was more concerned about the robot than himself.

The show featured a lot of famous guest stars like Al Lewis from the Munsters, Ted Cassidy from the Addams Family, Robby the Robot and Michael Rennie from the sci-fi movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still".

#classictelevision #lostinspace #classictv #goofs

0:00 Intro
0:17 Time Travel and Start Date
0:52 Alien wearing tennis shoes
1:09 Laser not working right
1:30 Giant spider and Michael Rennie
2:03 Robby the Robot
3:01 Space Trader and dog trainer
3:33 Robot's actors
3:50 Space Cropper werewolf
4:46 Forbidden World Dr. Smith drinks explosive drink
5:39 The Thief from Outer Space and guest stars Ted Cassidy and Al Lewis
6:32 Time Merchant fake Dr. Smith comes back from time travel mission
6:49 Fugitives in Space goof and mask from Planet of the Apes

Go back to the 1940's and find out amazing facts and see interesting goofs from the 40's Batman Movie Serials. See the movie actors and their baggy early costumes from 1943 and 1949. Watch as an invisible man visibly drives a car in one goof and Robin changes changes into his civilian clothes so he can change right back in the next shot for some unknown reason. Batman loses his cape in a fight that magically re-appears back on his shoulders.

The 1943 Batman movie serial starred Lewis Wilson and Douglas Croft as Batman and Robin. In 1949, Robert Lowery and Johnny Duncan took over the roles. Coincidentally, Lyle Talbot played Batman's friend Commissioner Gordon in 1949 and in 1950 he played Superman arch nemesis Lex Luthor in 1950's Atom Man vs Superman.

See how the 1943 Batman movie serial affected the comics books from the Batcave to Alfred the butler's appearance. Also, find out what Batman drove and it wasn't the Batmobile.

#batman #superheroes #superhero #1940s

0:00 Intro
0:35 Batcave origin
1:24 Alfred the butler gets new look
1:38 No Batmobile
2:32 Batman and Robin Costumes
4:20 Invisible Man goof
6:00 Actors

Go back to the 70's and find some funny mistakes and interesting goofs on the Charlie's Angels TV series. These goofs or bloopers as some may call them made it to television and some are hard to see and a few are really hilariously obvious if you are paying attention. Charlie's Angels was one of the biggest shows of the 1970's, but strangely only one of the Angels stuck with the entire series, Jaclyn Smith. This video focuses on the first two seasons which also starred Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson, and Cheryl Ladd as the Angel detectives. It also featured David Doyle as Bosley, and John Forsythe as the voice of Charlie.

Some great goofs include the time when two men drove Kelly's mustang as stand-ins for the Angels and explore how Charlie seemed to have cameras everywhere, or how about the time they used a older, now more valuable, stand-in for Kelly's car to blow it up.

At the end of the video go over some fun trivia facts from the show.

#charliesangels #classictelevision #classictv #goofs

0:00 Introduction
0:18 Glitch in time goof
1:23 car stunt goofs
3:33 Visible camera
3:52 Kelly's Mustang car goofs
5:38 Men replace Angels in Kelly's Mustang
6:11 Dirk Benedict from the A-team guest stars
6:52 Cartoon announcement
7:09 Charlie's Angels Trivia Facts

In this video I take a look at the classic TV series I Dream of Jeannie and it's goofs, bloopers, and amazing facts that you won't believe! As usual, some of these goofs from I Dream of Jeannie will point toward how the show's special effects were done. Some bloopers or goofs that made it to the final cut might have you scratching your head, and then there are those cool trivia facts you may have never known before like how many sets and backgrounds the television series shared with Bewitched.

Find out how star Larry Hagman's future on Dallas was predicted in two different episode of the 1960's I Dream of Jeannie, and what relationship in real life was the actor who played the Blue DJinn to the star of the show, Barbera Eden.

Also, see Jeannie almost hit the Bewitched home with Tony Nelson's awesome car a 1965 GTO.

#classictelevision #classictv #goofs

0:00 Intro
0:39 Bewitched house on I Dream of Jeannie
2:00 Bill Mumy from Lost in Space
2:21 Magic goofs
5:01 Blue Djinn episode
6:12 Larry Hagman's future wife on Dallas predicted
7:20 More goofs and couch blooper

Classic television 50's and 60's bloopers and goofs from classic TV series like Hogan's Heroes, Munsters, Gilligan's Island, The Addams Family, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and the Danny Thomas show and more.

See ad libbing and bloopers from classic television stars like Lucille Ball, Bob Hope, Bob Crane, Jack Benny, John Wayne, Dick Van Dyke, Jackie Gleason, Mary Tyler Moore, and lot of other funny stuff from great actors of television's past. Also, see bloopers from TV western dramas like the Rifleman and Bonanza.

Have fun watching goofs and bloopers from back when TV was in it's golden age.

#classictelevision #classictv #bloopers #50s #60s

0:00 Intro
0:26 Jack Benny and Bob Hope ad libbing
1:19 John Wayne and Jimmy Durante blooper
2:49 Dick Van Dyke Show
5:18 Gomer Pyle
6:38 Danny Thomas Show
8:28 Hogan's Heroes
10:30 Rifleman Chuck Connors Western
10:57 Lucille Ball
11:56 Bonanza TV Western
13:22 Tales of Tomorrow Frankenstein
14:12 Honeymooners Jackie Gleason and Art Carney
14:59 President John F. Kennedy
15:22 Gilligan's Island Goofs
27:54 Bewitched
35:22 Munsters
41:06 The Addams Family

In this video we take a look at some amazing facts from the classic science fiction movie Earth vs the Flying Saucers. Explore how Ray Harryhausen created the amazing flying saucer special effects one frame at a time using detailed miniatures. Learn about the giant fly that flew into the movie unannounced. Find out about the stars Hugh Marlowe and Joan Taylor.

We also look at some of cool sci-fi trivia facts from Earth vs the Flying Saucers like what was were the space suits made of according to the film and what did Ray Harryhausen use for the sound of the flying saucers. Find out which awesome scene in Washington D.C. inspired Tim Burton and resulted in his creation of a similar scene in the movie Mars Attacks.

#flyingsaucers #classicmovies #scifi

0:00 Introduction
0:31 Shots from the movie ended up in other productions like the Three Stooges
0:46 Frame by frame saucer mechanics
2:02 What was used for the flying saucer sound
2:21 What were the space suits made of according to the film
2:54 Borrowed a few seconds from War of the Worlds
3:35 The scene that inspired Tim Burton
3:53 How Ray Harryhausen filmed the Saucer attacks on the buildings
4:41 Harryhausen's other films
5:12 Giant fly invades the film
5:44 Actors running on a treadmill
6:03 Actress Joan Taylor
6:36 Actor Hugh Marlowe
7:07 Other videos of interest

This video features goofs from the 1960's television series Gilligan's Island or you might refer to these goofs as bloopers or mistakes. Gilligan's Island had a few goofs over the three years that it ran, but it also made us laugh. In this video as we look for mistakes from this classic TV series from the sixties. We also discuss how certain special effects of this classic television show were achieved.

I also tackle tough questions like was the Professor really that smart. He sure made a couple of serious goofs, at least they were serious as far as a scientist would be concerned. How man Minnows were there on the show and how many places did it beach? Did Gilligan have a magic hat? It seemed to fly back to his head whenever he dropped it, and is it my imagination or did the castaways bring way too many clothes for a three hour tour?

Find out some facts you may not have known like the fact that the three castaway actors that were let go after they worked on the unaired pilot did actually show up on the series.

Gilligan's Island starred Bob Denver as Gilligan, Alan Hale Jr. as the Skipper, Dawn Wells as Mary Ann, Tina Louise as Ginger, Russell Johnson as the Professor, Jim Backus as Mr. Howell, and Natalie Schafer as Mrs. Howell.

#gilligansisland #classictelevision #classictv

0:00 Intro
1:13 How many SS Minnows were there?
2:06 Previous castaways from unaired pilot show up
3:15 How long had the Howells been married
3:33 Ginger's only dress and where did all those other outfits come from
4:31 The Skipper's full name
5:03 The destruction of the S.S. Minnow
6:28 Mysterious man in the lagoon
7:23 How smart was the Professor
9:14 Lagoon goof and how nasty was the lagoon
11:29 Gilligan's pet lion
12:24 Gilligan's magic hat
12:38 Gilligan's rocket pack
13:12 Bob Denver's waiting for his cue

Find out what a movie trailer would look like if Superman George Reeves and the classic TV Batman played by Adam West and Robin played by Burt Ward were in a movie together back in 1966. Sadly, of course, George Reeves had passed on by the time the Batman TV series had taken over the pop culture of the time, but I for one, have loved imagining what it might have looked like if these two versions of my favorite superheroes had met and teamed up together onscreen.

Imagine the 1950's Superman played by George Reeves now taking on super villains and specifically the Batman villains the Joker played by Cesar Romero, the Penguin Burgess Meredith, Catwoman played by Lee Meriwether,, and the Riddler played by Frank Gorshin in this fan made movie trailer of this dream superhero team-up.

#superman #batman #superheroes

This cartoon is about Noah's ark during the great flood, but before it gets there we stop off at a church service one Sunday morning where Ug Lug a time traveling caveman has fallen asleep. He is there with his rocket scientist wife who is also a time traveler. When Ug falls asleep during the service he dreams he is Noah and then the story gets started.

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This cartoon features a lesson from the legend of George Washington and the Cherry Tree as told by my cartoon characters the Suburbanimals. This is a Christian cartoon for kids.

If you'd like to see more family friendly cartoons you can share with your kids and grandkids check out my Frady Cat Cartoons channel on Youtube-

Cartoon ninja cat with Kung Fu skills fights Batman in this silly sort cartoon parody suitable for all audiences. Can a cartoon cat with ninja abilities defeat the Dark Knight Batman in this animated adventure? It's Claw the Kung Fu Ninja Cat vs Batman in a crazy fight of the ages!

Claw the Kung Fu Ninja Cat takes on Santa Claus on Christmas Eve after mistaking Santa as a burglar in this hilarious cartoon short.

The Kung Fu Cat is featured in Caveman Comics the book series on sale at Amazon

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Ug Lug and Kung Fu Cat from Caveman Comics fight off a martian mouse invasion on Christmas.
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Also, featuring Santa Claus and Milo the Mouse from Mars in this funny Christmas cartoon for all ages. It's good old fashioned animated fun for the whole family.

Give Caveman Comics to your family and friends for Christmas!

From my Caveman Comics series Ug Lug tries to teach his son Dug how to hunt for food in this zany Loone Tunes like cartoon

Mortal Kombat video game cartoon parody with Oscar the Dog and Ug Lug the Caveman from Caveman Comics -

Funny cartoon parody fight to the finish. Oscar uses his freeze power blasts on Ug, but the cartoon caveman will not quit, it's a uppercut and another right and left and then somebody wins.

What would happen if the Batman actually fought the Hulk done in the style of the Super Friends with more cartoon violence.

Super Friends Who's on First Spoof with Batman and the Monkey Monster Man

Funny cartoon parody that mixes the Super Friends Batman and Abbott and Costello's Who's on First skit only for superheroes. Also, stars my own character the Monkey Monster Man who has half a human brain and half a monkey brain and only wants to be a superhero. Check out his very own book at Amazon -

Smelly Sam the Ninja is running for President, forget the fact that he's not old enough to vote. Just wait until you hear what his platform is. It's a doozy. Funny cartoon parody of politics and makes more sense than most of what you've heard from politicians lately.

If you like this check out Smelly Sam's How to Be a Ninja Book on sale at Amazon

Incredible Hulk vs Thing and Hollywood in Marvel Two-in-One #46 1978 Comic Book Review

We’ll take a look at one of my favorite superhero comic book battle stories of all time, Marvel Two-In-One #46 featuring the Thing and guest starring the Incredible Hulk. In this story, we find out what happens when the Incredible Hulk sees himself on television. Does he decide to go to Hollywood for autographs or does he want to be in the show himself, or does something else happen?

Alan Kupperberg was the writer and artist, Roger Stern was the editor and at that time Jim Shooter was editor-in-chief.

This book is chock-filled with pop culture references from the 70’s that make it a true time capsule.

Liberty Ace superhero from the distant future has an important message for us in the present. Can he time travel to the present to catch the bad guys responsible?


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Videos based on Tim Frady cartoons and books. Cartoon characters include the cast of Caveman Comics such as Ug Lug and his friends.