The Cowsills A Family Thing aired on Saturday, November 23, 1968 at 8:30 PM.
It included Bud, Barbra, Bill, Bob, Barry, Paul, John and Susan Cowsell.
Buddy Ebsen was the special guest star.
Private Birthday Party is a private collection of found photographic slides that depict Kansas City’s early drag ball culture throughout the 1950s and 1960s. With over 200 images, this collection is a rare, important look into the rich history of mid-century drag ball culture in middle America.
Thanks Dusti Cunningham!
MEGA POST AFTERNOON with a young MEL GIBSON, Model Gals, vintage fellas, modern day hunks & BIG hard dicks.
THE WEIRD & WONDERFUL JUKEBOX COMICS… SEE ELLA FITZGERALD, COUNT BASIE, DINAH SHORE & KATE (((FUCKING))) SMITH… IN ACTION!!!
Jukebox Comics! Who knew!? Really fun & warped comic book stories featuring Ella Fitzgerald, Lawrence Welk, Count Basie, Dinah Shore, Kate Smith and others. I’ve included a few of my faves here. Never knew there were ever comic book stories of these music stars. Really amusing pop culture artifact…
READ ALL SIX ISSUES HERE AT SUPER AWESOME COMIC BOOK PLUS!
A SISSYDUDE IS NOT A HOUSE/ MEGA P: THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY, FASHION, HAIRY BUM-BUMS, DIRTY TONY BOYZ & DRIPPING DINKIES.
HOTARIOUS: “Playboy’s Roller Disco & Pajama Party” (1979) with the ORIGINAL commercials… and Wayland & Madame!!!
1979 ABC-TV primetime special, “Playboy’s Roller Disco & Pajama Party,” hosted by Richard Dawson, with appearances by Hugh Hefner, James Caan, Chuck Mangione, Wayland Flowers and Madame, The Village People, Robert Culp, and Dorothy Stratten… Includes commercials for Contac, Mystique romance novels, Maybelline, Tostitos, and assorted ABC shows.
Parts 2-4 after the jump…
Oh MEGA-P’S how i LOVE thee… Kitsch Ads, Fuzzface Foxes, Edible Holes, Chunky Goodness & Velvety Chests!!!
Check all Phillips’ designs HERE!
VINTAGE HOTTIE IN SEQUIN TRUNKS with TASSLE DETAILING… WERK!!! (from Butt Beautiful via The Other Mr. Knappy-Head)
DAILY MAIL: Between 1957 and 1981 Casilli became one of the most prolific photographers for Playboy magazine, shooting no fewer than 57 Playmates, countless other pictorials and several covers. He even persuaded Barbara Streisand to pose in her underwear. The lensman was given key card #2 to Playboy’s legendary chain of clubs; #1 being reserved for the magazine’s boss, Hugh Hefner. During the 1980s Casilli began shooting the most high profile TV and music stars in America, capturing the excess, the glamour and decadence of the decade through its most flamboyant household names.