#1973

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5 days, 9 hours ago

So Many Things To Say 5:00
Ballad Of The Beacon 4:58
No Easy Road 3:40
Everybody Needs A Friend 8:53
Doctor 5:48
Sorrel 5:35
Sing Out The Song 4:21
Rock 'N Roll Widow

2 months, 2 weeks ago

A1 My Baby Says She's Gonna Leave Me
3:22
A2 Hey Joe (In Memory Of Jimi Hendrix)
5:25
A3 Home Is Where I Lost Her
4:27
A4 Rodney's Song
4:30
B1 That's What I Am Here For
2:30
B2 Roy's Bluz
5:59
B3 Voices
2:27
B4 Please Don't Turn Me Away
4:47
B5 Nephesh

3 months, 1 week ago

A1 Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part One
A2 Book Of Saturday
A3 Exiles
B1 Easy Money --------------------24:11-
B2 The Talking Drum
B3 Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part Two

5 months, 2 weeks ago

This is the eighth film in Hammer's Dracula series, and the seventh and final one to feature Christopher Lee as Dracula and the fourth one with Peter Cushing as Van Helsing.

1 year ago

1 Back Door Man 4:38
2 Break On Through 4:50
3 When The Music's Over 11:27
4 Ship Of Fools 7:22
5 Roadhouse Blues 5:31
6 Light My Fire 13:45
7 The End / Across The Sea / Away In India / Crossroads / Wake Up / The End

1 year, 1 month ago

Music: Vanguard - A Brighter Dawn
https://soundcloud.com/vanguard-right

Especial agradecimiento a El Soberano por haberse pasado el link de Vanguard.

1 year, 3 months ago

0:00 El Clamor De Una Nación
3:05 Cantata De Las Mil Noches
5:32 Marcha Alborada
7:37 Soldados Combatientes Del 73
11:19 Libres
13:01 Libre
15:21 Himno Nacional De Chile

Pequeña compilación de canciones referentes a la gesta heroica del 11 de septiembre de 1973. La Revolución Militar Chilena.

1 year, 3 months ago

This video was recorded on 13 october 1973 during Yom Kippur war, from the israeli stronghold at (Port Tawfik) in Bar-Lev line on the eastern side of the Suez canal, during the surrendering of the israeli troops for the victorious Egyptian army.

The strange thing with this video is that the israeli officer gave the Egyptian officer the Israeli flag as a banner of surrendering, instead of a white flag!
This shows the very bad situation the israelis were facing in Sinai during their fight with the Egyptian army in 1973.

1 year, 3 months ago

israel would have been gone long ago if it wasn't for other countries fighting their wars.

1 year, 3 months ago

"United States is the vein of life for israel." ~ Anwar Sadat

Link to channel with the rest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BumWLG_v1b4

1 year, 3 months ago

I was informed this film was as stated but I do not understand Russian so I stand to be corrected.

Russian language - no subtitles

1 year, 6 months ago

Hey kids (of all ages), it's Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

From the earliest days of their partnership, Hanna-Barbera pretty much specialized in rehashing tried-and-true characters and concepts. They only occasionally delved into licensed properties, preferring knock-offs and recombinations that they could own themselves. In fact, they went so far as to copy their own programs. Repeatedly.

This show was a weird combo of rehash and licensing. The former was a reprise of the studio's own hit SCOOBY-DOO. The latter was no-doubt inspired by Filmation's BRADY KIDS (see last Saturday Morning's upload) which launched the year before.

Like Scooby, we have Meddling Kids and their semi-anthropomorphic canine mascot. To change things up a little, the dog was butt-ugly, had poorly controlled powers of invisibility, and spoke with Paul Winchell's "Tigger" voice from Disney's WINNIE THE POOH. But only when addressing the home viewers. He didn't speak to other characters in the show. And real ghosts were a thing, unlike the original Scooby series.

Hanna-Barbera's answer to the Bradys cartoon was obviously to get the kids from the prime-time sitcom PARTRIDGE FAMILY into this Scooby clone. Actually voiced by their live-action actors, no-less. But they only appear in half the episodes... The next year they'd be off to a new show of their own on another network.

We wouldn't have animated Partridges competing against one-another though. This show had a typical production season of sixteen episodes, the second (all rerun) season was moved to Sunday. This indicates a below-average reception, but not a flop. About what it deserved, given the lackluster animation and character design (how can you draw Laurie Partridge plain-looking?!), and weak writing that had characters doing and saying things that seemed disconnected from what was supposed to be going-on.

So here is the first episode of GOOBER AND THE GHOST CHASERS from Sept. 1973. Weirdly enough, it wound-up being the lead-in for the second season of the Brady 'toon. Goober's series would be folded into later weekday syndication packages from Hanna-Barbera, where it was probably seen by more kids than during its original Saturday Morning run.

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1 year, 7 months ago

A mutant sheep is on the move near a ranch in the American West.

1 year, 7 months ago

Hey kids (of all ages), it's Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

Despite launching several spin-off/continuation shows (including a super-cheesy variety show!), feature film re-imaginings, and becoming a syndicated staple for decades, the 1969 prime-time sitcom BRADY BUNCH was never really a hit. But it didn't cost too much to produce, and did just well enough to stay on the air for five years.

In the midst of the show's run, Filmation produced this fanciful, animated spin-off featuring the youngsters from the sitcom. The studio kinda' phoned it in, relying heavily on animation loops and cycles originally created for ARCHIE, SABRINA, and even FAT ALBERT. (All of which have been showcased on this channel.) Having the Meddling Kids thing covered by the titular characters, they threw-in some goofy animals for good measure. And lots of voice work from Larry Storch, of F-TROOP fame. Also known to us as "Spencer" from the live-action, Saturday Morning GHOST BUSTERS that would give rise to an animated sequel series in the 1980s to compete with another company's GHOSTBUSTERS cartoon based on the hit movie. (Both cartoons have also been featured on this channel.)

Filmation pretty much got their start making TV cartoons with DC superheroes in the '60s. Hanna-Barbera was making an unusual foray into licensed properties, developing the SUPER FRIENDS by the early 1970s, but Filmation still had some rights to the characters. (As covered in THE NEW ADVENTURES OF BATMAN upload on this channel.) So we get the weirdness of famous superheroes making guest appearances on the show... Including Wonder Woman, in her first ever animated version.

The Brady cartoon actually did pretty well, getting a rare (albeit short) second production season for a total of 22 episodes. The original cast voiced their characters in season one. Half of them were replaced for the second season.

Usually, I showcase the premier episode. But, since this one started as an ABC SATURDAY SUPERSTAR MOVIE and was split into the two leading installments of the regular series, and because I did MISSION: MAGIC! last week, I decided to go with the episode that spun-off the latter series. From September 1973, and the second season of the BRADY KIDS.

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1 year, 7 months ago

Hey kids (of all ages), it's Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

Back in the mid-1990s I stumbled across a PBS cartoon series caller the MAGIC SCHOOL BUS featuring a bubbly, redheaded teacher called Miss Frizzle who used magic to take her class on somewhat educational adventures. And it seemed more than a little familiar!

You see, back in 1973, we had a Saturday Morning Cartoon about a bubbly redheaded teacher called Miss Tickle who used magic to take her class on somewhat educational adventures. But these field trips also featured an otherworldly dude named Rick Springfield. (Australia is kinda' out there, mate!)

Springfield was a rising young star. Fortunately this was NOT the pinnacle of his career. He'd go on to have hit songs (JESSIE'S GIRL being the biggest), be constantly confused with Bruce Springsteen, and became a successful actor, primarily on television.

This series may seem a little original for Filmation, whose bread-and-butter was licensed properties. But it contains recognizable elements of the ARCHIE and SABRINA series from the studio, and it was actually a spin-off from the BRADY KIDS licensed adaptation they'd done of the BRADY BUNCH prime-time, live action sitcom.

So here, from September 1973, is the first episode of MISSION: MAGIC!

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1 year, 7 months ago

Hey kids (of all ages), it's Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

If you hadn't got your fill of adventure and rescues with EMERGENCY+4 (posted two weeks ago) at 9:30 on NBC, you could flip-over to ABC as soon as it was over to catch another animated version of a live-action series. This one featuring the world's favorite Rough Collie.

LASSIE was introduced in a short story published by the SATURDAY EVENING POST in 1938, which was expanded into a novel in 1940, made into a movie in 1943, then more movies, books, radio shows, TV shows, etc., etc... Some say the author based his canine character on a real-life mixed collie who saved a sailor in WWI after he'd been mistaken for a corpse. Seems more likely the inspiration was a hero collie named Lassie who saves a boy in a short story from 1859.

Filmation, known for animating licensed properties like TARZAN and STAR TREK, put the cartoon Lassie at the lead of a group of animals who assist a human team of rangers (with requisite Meddling Kids) keep things safe in the forest.

After an hour-long pilot that ran as an ABC SATURDAY SUPERSTAR MOVIE, the regular series had a single, fifteen episode production season. Reruns were moved to Sunday the following year.

Cartoon Lassie would be back in 1996 in the anime (no... seriously) FAMOUS DOG LASSIE, and then in 2014 with the NEW ADVENTURES OF LASSIE/ LASSIE AND FRIENDS. But this is the first regular episode of Lassie's first animated series, LASSIE'S RESCUE RANGERS, from Fall of 1973.

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1 year, 7 months ago

Hey kids (of all ages), it's Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

The story you are about to see is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent.

Jack Webb is best known for creating TV series somewhat more grounded in reality than typical dramas. His best-remembered examples were DRAGNET (police detectives), ADAM-12 (uniformed patrol cops), and EMERGENCY! (paramedics)... The Doctor recently uploaded episodes of the latter series on his channel at https://www.bitchute.com/channel/the_doctor_2099/

In the '70s, the killjoy parental action groups were pushing Saturday Morning Cartoons away from awesome violence and mindless silliness toward more 'socially responsible and educational' type stuff. An animated version of the Emergency! series might fit the bill without boring the kids into a coma... All they had to do was throw-in some Meddling Kids and mascot animals.

One notable fact about this show is that Emergency! stars actually voice their cartoon counterparts. Another is that it somehow is NOT a Filmation production, despite that studio being the go-to for licensed properties and animated versions of live-action series including STAR TREK and MY FAVORITE MARTIAN. Nor was it Hanna-Barbera (who only occasionally did licensed characters), DePatie-Freleng, Rankin-Bass, or any of the other name players. The opening card lists "Emergency +4 Productions"... Closing credits cite Mark VII (Jack Webb's outfit) and Universal... The latter suggests that, had the show been done just a couple years earlier, Walter Lantz's studio might've been tapped to do the animation. It would have been interesting to see what the WOODY WOODPECKER crew did with this kind of material.

The producer of the show was Fred Calvert. Though lesser-known, he'd been involved in early animation work for SESAME STREET a few years earlier, and would go on to do a show starring Muhammad Ali later.

EMERGENCY +4 did well enough to get two production seasons (unusual at the time) for 23 total episodes which, of course continued in reruns an additional couple years on NBC. This is the first episode from Sept 1973. The title has nothing to do with GHW Bush's Gulf War of the same name, which happened over a decade and a half later.

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1 year, 8 months ago

John Denver from 1973's FAREWELL ANDROMEDA. Written by Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert.

Second try...

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2 years, 1 month ago

John Denver from 1973's FAREWELL ANDROMEDA. Written by Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert.

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2 years, 1 month ago

Hey kids (of all ages), it's Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

Before STAR TREK became a 'progressive', lame, plagiarism-based, train wreck on a damned streaming service, it was a massive media franchise with multiple big network TV series, feature films, comic books, novels, etc., etc...

But, at the start, it was a floundering show on 1960s television that only managed to make it to a third season (and thus enough episodes for syndicated reruns) due to an organized letter-writing campaign. The letters only bought the program a one year stay of execution. But the syndicated reruns were a big hit, creating a demand for more adventures with the Enterprise crew.

Filmation, the animation outfit whose stock and trade was primarily licensed properties, got together with STAR TREK creator Gene Roddenberry to meet that demand, continuing STAR TREK in animated form for two seasons. Fulfilling the promise of a "five year mission" from the opening monologue.

Despite being a Saturday Morning Cartoon, they tried to make the animated STAR TREK a proper continuation of the live-action series, suitable for older fans. Most of the original actors returned to voice their characters, and DC Fontana came in to co-executive produce with Roddenberry. The look of the show closely reflected the original... But, even though the budget was higher than most, there were the usual TV animation shortcuts. Note, for instance, the way the navigation officer repeatedly switches from a weird alien dude to a human from shot to shot.

So here, from September 1973, is the first animated episode of STAR TREK... Complete with Martian subtitles, it seems.

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2 years, 4 months ago

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2 years, 4 months ago

Original video: https://youtu.be/z1-H61m9QZI

WE-ON! Pinochet 1973 is a famous Chilean TV series featuring Augusto Pinochet, José Toribio Merino, Gustavo Leigh and Cesar Mendoza, the 1973 Government Junta of Chile.
WE-ON! is set in a devastated Chile, with Salvador Allende as the president. Influenced by the US President, Richard Nixon, Toribio Merino starts planning a Coup d'état against "Chicho". With the help of the FACH, the Carabiniers, and later the Army (with Pinochet as his commander), they will take control of the South American country, and go on their own adventures.

This is just for fun. Weones Graves will be sent to the tchutcha.
Special thanks to Daniela for helping me in the process of making this video.

2 years, 7 months ago

ORIGINAL VIDEO: https://youtu.be/0FchDjAuoLg

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Punch of State 1973

2 years, 7 months ago

Testbeeld 1973

2 years, 9 months ago

From MJ third solo album "Music And Me".

2 years, 10 months ago

Michael Jackson - Music and Me.

A wonderful song from Michael's early years.

2 years, 10 months ago

Michael Jackson - Morning Glow
Source: Album "Music And Me"
Motown 1973

2 years, 10 months ago

Michael Jackson - Johnny Raven
Source: Album "Music And Me"
Motown 1973

2 years, 10 months ago

Michael Jackson - Euphoria.

2 years, 10 months ago

Michael Jackson - Too Young
Source: Album "Music And Me"
Motown 1973

2 years, 10 months ago

Michael Jackson - All the Things You Are
Source: Album "Music And Me"
Motown 1973

2 years, 10 months ago

Happy With Lyrics.

2 years, 10 months ago

Michael Jackson - Up Again
Source: Album "Music And Me"
Motown 1973

2 years, 10 months ago

Beautiful song from Michael Jackson's album Music & Me.Please enjoy the video.

2 years, 10 months ago