70′s American Bandstand Kids dancing to “GET RIGHT BACK TO WHERE WE STARTED FROM” BY MAXINE NIGHTINGALE
Judy shows up @ 13:16
Judy the Frog (performed by Sharon Baird, voiced by Joan Gerber) – A singing, dancing frog who is one of H.R. Pufnstuf’s friends. Judy is based on Judy Garland.
Judy shows up @ 6:45
Saffy has plans for New Year’s Eve – a quiet night in with Mother, her dad Justin and his boyfriend Oliver. But this homely setup won’t do for Patsy and Eddy. They plan to see in the new year in style by attending an underground rave in a car park.
All plans are halted, however, by the arrival of Patsy’s long lost sister Jackie. Once a renowned 60′s party animal… Jackie is now 72. Patsy is horrified to see how she has aged. The rave now scuppered they all end up celebrating in boring Saffron-style. NOTE: There are no perfect parts of this episode on You Tube (lots taken down). We just miss a few minutes of Jack’s entrance.
Victoria Wood As Seen On TV was a British comedy sketch series starring comedienne Victoria Wood, with Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston, Susie Blake and Patricia Routledge. The show was televised on BBC Two between 1985 and 1987 and included sketches that became famous in the United Kingdom; these included one-offs like Two Soups (in which Walters, as an elderly waitress, takes too long to deliver two bowls of soup) and regular features like Acorn Antiques (a parody of low-budget soap opera), as well as musical performances by Wood including her most well-known number, The Ballad of Barry and Freda (“Let’s Do It”). WIKI
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The raw, vividly emotional Eartha Kitt sings 04:01 “All By Myself”; 07:32 is shown with her daughter, Kitt McDonald, preparing to attend an event where she will perform; 10:14 talks about being banned from the White House; sings 16:40 “I Want To Be Evil” and 20:14 “C’est Si Bon”; talks about loneliness, being in love, and 34:51 whether or not she would compromise herself for a man; is shown in her home in Beverly Hills; 41:20 talks about her mother and returns to her childhood home to visit her grave (very sad); and talks to some long-lost (“might-be”, according to her) relatives!
She sings “All By Myself”, “I Want To Be Evil”, “C’est Si Bon”, “Happiness Is Just A Thing Called Joe”, and “Oh, John”.
Host Martin Sheen introduces this documentary.
The Chase’s Christmas is more complicated than usual when Angela’s anxious search for Rickie leads her into the world of runaway kids where she encounters a mysterious homeless girl (Julianna Hatfield). It’s all so 90′s!
A 1972 TV show from CTV starring a 250 pound St. Bernard in the Swiss Alps. Starring Marshall Thompson, Trudy Young and Volker Stewart. Canadian TV show series about a dog in Switzerland..