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Colbert “1974” edition: truly best episode ever.

 (via Stephen Colbert remembers Watergate-gate, wears copious amounts of hair gel - The Washington Post)

The graphics, the sets, the wardrobe, the hair, the scandal, the history—so much retro goodness. Even made sitting through yet another self aggrandizing interview with Pat Buchanan tolerable.

Colbert “1974” edition: truly best episode ever.

(via Stephen Colbert remembers Watergate-gate, wears copious amounts of hair gel - The Washington Post)

The graphics, the sets, the wardrobe, the hair, the scandal, the history—so much retro goodness. Even made sitting through yet another self aggrandizing interview with Pat Buchanan tolerable.

Aug
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The Bee Gees - Nights On Broadway - The Midnight Special, December 1975

Still perhaps my favorite from their decades-long cavalcade of hits, and a highlight of the “Main Course” lp they recorded in Miami with Arif Mardin (note Berry and Robin in selections from their loud shirt and pastel polyester resort wear wardrobes, even in December).

(Source: youtube.com)

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James Garner, Howard Morris, Tony Randall, Howard Duff in 1962’s Boys Night Out. Starring (and produced by) Kim Novak, this silly mid-century “sex comedy” was supposed to revive her film career. Instead, it helped James Garner make the leap from Maverick to the big screen. TCM plans a day-long marathon tribute to Garner’s work, in better roles than this one, on July 28.

James Garner, Howard Morris, Tony Randall, Howard Duff in 1962’s Boys Night Out. Starring (and produced by) Kim Novak, this silly mid-century “sex comedy” was supposed to revive her film career. Instead, it helped James Garner make the leap from Maverick to the big screen. TCM plans a day-long marathon tribute to Garner’s work, in better roles than this one, on July 28.

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#MadMen Evil Jim Cutler, who rolled up silently on these two at SC&P like the devil incarnate. Screen image via Tom & Lorenzo

#MadMen Evil Jim Cutler, who rolled up silently on these two at SC&P like the devil incarnate. Screen image via Tom & Lorenzo

May
27th
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"Well, it is a lot of money!" I’d also love a GIF of evil Jim Cutler, silently gliding up to Sterling and Joan at the post-Cooper office, as if on wheels. The devil is in Mr. Cutler, so what does that make Roger Sterling?

"Well, it is a lot of money!" I’d also love a GIF of evil Jim Cutler, silently gliding up to Sterling and Joan at the post-Cooper office, as if on wheels. The devil is in Mr. Cutler, so what does that make Roger Sterling?

May
21st
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#MadMen faux Burger Chef location/set was an actual building.

(via Franklin Avenue: L.A. CAMEO: Here’s Where “Mad Men” Shot Those Burger Chef Scenes)

May
19th
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"Rock Your Baby," demo reel for a doc about TK Records studio boss Henry Stone, and the Miami disco sound. Hope this film is eventually completed; it’s by Mark Moormann, the same director who did "Tom Dowd & The Language of Music.”

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And it still happens today, see almost any review of a female artist’s music for an example.

And it still happens today, see almost any review of a female artist’s music for an example.

May
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#MadMen Only months after a Plaza brunch, where would Margaret Sterling Hargrove meet commune-dwellers? 


Off-screen and on the street, perhaps on the way home from a meeting of the Junior League. Granted, old boho-musician socialites like John and Michelle Phillips were raising kids among the hippies during this era (and we know how that turned out). And the Silver Fox demo didn’t have much trouble encountering young girls coming to the metaphorical canyon who were happy to get it on with any old rich guy. Maybe something terrible is going to happen to Margaret on the way to or from Woodstock?

#MadMen Only months after a Plaza brunch, where would Margaret Sterling Hargrove meet commune-dwellers?

Off-screen and on the street, perhaps on the way home from a meeting of the Junior League. Granted, old boho-musician socialites like John and Michelle Phillips were raising kids among the hippies during this era (and we know how that turned out). And the Silver Fox demo didn’t have much trouble encountering young girls coming to the metaphorical canyon who were happy to get it on with any old rich guy. Maybe something terrible is going to happen to Margaret on the way to or from Woodstock?