WKRP in Cincinnati

WKRP in Cincinnati

Baby, if you've ever wondered what is one of the funniest sitcoms around, look no further: WKRP in Cincinnati made us all long to work at a radio station. The 70s series was supposed to focus on one character but it quickly became an ensemble show for some of the quirkiest characters to ever grace a TV series. Continue reading...

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Anyone who has ever endured the horrors of holiday travel can appreciate this endearing tale of a man simply trying to get home to see his family. His adventurous and hilarious journey made Planes, Trains and Automobiles, released in 1987, a box-office hit for John Hughes and remains a beloved favorite among millions. Continue reading...

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Sleeping Beauty

In what would become the last animated feature produced by Walt Disney to be based upon a fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty was one of the most ambitious endeavors Disney ever embarked upon. Costing $6 million to produce (an unheard of sum in 1959,) requiring nine years of planning and three years of filming, and utilizing a new 70MM “Super Technirama 70” process, the result was an animated feature that was simply stunning - perhaps one of the finest achievements ever in animation and a film destined to become a timeless classic. Continue reading...

Hostess Cupcakes

Hostess Cupcakes

Always moist, always yummy, always with precisely seven squiggles of white icing atop a bed of chocolate icing, filled with a dollop of rich vanilla cream. That’s right, it’s the chocolatey goodness that could only be a Hostess Cupcake, a treat coveted by every youth that ever set eyes on that squiggly stripe that distinguished it from all other inferior cupcakes. And only time will tell if we ever see these beloved snacks occupy a store shelf again. Continue reading...

Chef Boyardee

Chef Boyardee

More often than not, a product mascot is a figment of the imagination of some advertising executive. But once in a while, you get the real deal, such as Ettore Boiardi, better known by the phonetic spelling of his last name, Chef Boyardee. Though he has long since passed, his culinary creations have delighted parents and children alike for their simplicity and flavor for nearly a century. Continue reading...

The Bugs Bunny Show

The Bugs Bunny Show

Saturday morning shows weren't known for their longevity, with only a handful ever lasting more than a season or two. But with a collection of beloved Warner Brothers characters and cartoons at their disposal, The Bugs Bunny Show kicked off the festivities in grand fashion each week - for an astounding four decades. Continue reading...

Andy Gibb

Andy Gibb

Andy Gibb was the youngest scion of the 1970s ruling music family, the Bee Gees. The Anglo-Australian clan dominated the pop charts during that decade and helped their little brother achieve rightful fame on his own. Not just another token teen idol, Andy also co-wrote the songs and played his own instruments. And then he left us too soon. Continue reading...

Follow That Bird

Follow That Bird

Those lovable Muppets were able to turn their humble beginning on the children’s educational show, Sesame Street, into their own successful television series, and eventually a popular film franchise. At some point, Big Bird surmised “If they can do it, so can I,” so he took his own stab at movie stardom in the 1985 feature film, Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird. Continue reading...