Not one of my favorite cartoons but someone I am sure will like it. So here is today's Saturday Morning Cartoon..."Go Go Gophers!"
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Can you believe it was three years ago when Booksteve told me about blogspot and used it to set up On My Mind? Now over 46,000 visitors later we are all celebrating 3 years on the internet. Frankly at one point I didn't know much of what to put on and almost didn't make it to the second anniversary. I don't know what happened but suddenly everything clicked and suddenly I have other sites like Comic Book Letterheads Museum ,The Picture Sleeve and Album Art Museum,For God So Loved ,Let's Rap With Cap!,Mail It To Team Up, Plastic Man Platitudes and Millie the Model. Now come on in and join the party. Booksteve is taking the coats and hats and talking about Robert Wagner's new book. Kent of Forgotten Hits is spinning the tunes in the family room.
I can't believe that all of the Monkees came. Peter, Micky, Davy and Mike are over by the punch bowl talking about their classic TV shows and music.
Well there is my wife calling us all to dinner. Hope you like turkey.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
The real Ghostbusters that's who. Now thanks to Time/Life you can get the complete Saturday Morning cartoon series on DVD. Just click on this icon
to pre-order it from them. On this set you will get over TWELVE HOURS of bonus features, including:
- The original promotional pilot for The Real Ghostbusters, NEVER BEFORE AIRED
- 21 on-camera commentary tracks with producers, voice actors, writers, animators and production personnel
- 5 exclusive documentaries
- 86 episode introductions
- 16-page booklets include episode synopses, trivia and art for every episode!
- Plus scripts, storyboards, image galleries, music & effects audio tracks, and much more!
- Interviews with J. Michael Straczynski (Writer & Story Editor), Maurice LaMarche (Voice of "Egon Spengler"), Laura Summer (Voice of First "Janine Melnitz"), Kath Soucie (Voice of Second "Janine Melnitz") and many others!
Don't delay. Order today.
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Thanks to Pop Culture Safari I was directed to the above video at Classic Television Showbiz. Does anyone remember another Archie live series? It was in the 1970's and kind of a variety show but focused mostly on comedy. It was more like Archie's Joke Book on TV. If you know where there is any video on this please tell me and direct me to it. Thanks.
On this day in music history, October 21, 1957 , Elvis hit the #1 spot on the billboard charts with his double sided hit "Jailhouse Rock/Treat Me Nice." It was written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller who wrote many hits before for Elvis.
Mr. Leiber said "The love songs were a great problem, because I really can't write love songs. But that was the least of it. I certainly would never have written a song line 'Jailhouse Rock,' for example, if somebody hadn't said, Look, there's going to be a big production number in a jail."
That production number became the highlight of his third film Jailhouse Rock. Elvis himself choreographed the scene. It is one of the best remembered scenes from any of Elvis' films. The movie also opened today and became one of his biggest films in his acting career.