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Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore give a funny performance at the Parliament House for the annual Babes in Bonnets Fundraising event for Joy MCC.
29 Oct 2007
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Video preview for the digital archive edition of hED Magazine #6, originally published Feb. 2002. Features include interviews with experimental film maker Stan Brakhage, with Jacob Eichert; Drop in on Jack Johnson, with Ken Volok; Gidget (Kathy Kohner-Zuckerman) is Back (with Ken Volok); also Joe Mickey and The Tibetan Photo Project; plus Tenacious D and Spinal Tap; a memorial tribute to Mickey Dora; original work by Mark Yaggie, Sasha Fuentes of Sukia, Scott Starr, Justin Bailey and more! Cover Photo: Self-Portrait by Justin Tellian. Voice of: Kathy "Gidget" Kohner-Zuckerman Music: Bro-Sure Montage: Ken Volok
10 Aug 2008
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Jeremiah Mitchell's grandmother, Gidget Mitchell, says Jeremiah is now out of bed, learning how to get around.
2 May 2010
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During a rehearsal I say that I need to take Advil for my shoulder, because its feeling inflamed. Somehow Gidget (my french bulldog) finds the word "inflamed" very curious. Richard enhances the situation. (Note: we tried many other words with similar inflection but "inflamed" always achieved the best head tilt.)
22 May 2010
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A young and extremely cute Sally Field as Gidget (1965-66). This clip is from the beginning of episode 6.
2 Jul 2010
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Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.This is a response to "Gidget - A Fallen Woman?". Someone requested that I upload Michael Callan's (as Eddie Horner) dance sequence with two little red-heads who look amazingly like Deborah Walley's Gidget (coincidence? I think not!), with our gidge on a date with Judge (Joby Baker) to make her beau Moondoggie (James Darren) jealous. He, in turn, is there with Gidget's rival, Abby (Vicki Trickett). So this is just a fun little scene, hope you enjoy it!
7 Oct 2012
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James (Ercolani) Darren singing "Grande Luna Italiana" in "Gidget Goes to Rome"
7 Oct 2012
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This is the song Suicide Snowman of Regriferator. Marilyn Manson & The Spooky Kids: Marilyn Manson - Vocals Daisy Berkowitz - Guitar Madonna Wayne Gacy (Pogo) - Keyboard Gidget Gein - Bass Sara Lee Lucas - Drums Enjoy it! Suicide Snowman If I had time to kill the world I'd try Oh no, but I'm busy, killing me I don't have time to build a suicide Because the snowman melts in spring The striped girls will not be coming back In the summer They run from me May! I don't have time to even say good-bye We are dying, as winter leaves Spring! Snow melts in my lawn and I am free, yeah Corn cob pipe and a button, nose, yeah Puddled in the grass two lumps of coal Snow melts in my lawn and I am... If I had time to kill the world I'd try But I'm busy killing what's in me I don't have time to even say good-bye We are dying as winter leaves Spring! Snow melts in my lawn and I am free, yeah Corn cob pipe and a button, nose, yeah Spring! Spring! Spring! Spring! Spring! Spring! Spring! Spring! *******www.fotolog****/yuyuky
30 Apr 2009
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Here is Gidget, a 16 week old 1.3 pound AKC Yorkshire Terrier Puppy playing with her toys and our 3 adult dogs under the door crack. Check out our website www.hallstinypaws**** for more information on our puppies. We raise very tiny healthy purebred American Kennel Club registered Yorkshire Terriers. Some of the finest you will ever see.
24 Feb 2010
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The clip chong has to go from Cheech & Chong's Next Movie (1980) Put down the... Put down your guitar. What happened? Come on. Donna's coming over, man. Who? Donna. Donna. Get outta here, man. Donna. You know, from the welfare office? Who's Donna? Donna, with the big "cha-cha bingos. " Well, so what? Well, like, she's comin' over. I gotta clean up this place, so can you leave? I got nowhere to go. Go see a movie or somethin', man. Isn't there a biker movie or a "Gidget Ga-Ga Gets Gooey"... that started playin' down at the drive-in? I don't have any bread. I'll give you a dollar, man. I don't got any bread. Hey, man, just go take a walk or something for... The phone again. Oh, shit. She can't wait. Oh, so too much. Oh, Donna Oh, Donna What's happening, baby Who? DeWayne? Hi, Red. When did you get into town, man? Oh, yeah? Oh, it's so nice to hear from you. What's wrong? No, I don't have no money. Okay, where are you? Shit. What room? Well, I'll do what I can, man. All right, I'll be... All right, all right. I'll be right over. Yeah, sure. Oh, shit, man. Hey, do me a favor, will you please? It's my cousin on the phone. Well, he's kinda like a cousin. But, well, like, you know, we... He's a cousin. He's really a good dude, man. Yeah, he's a good dude. He's got plenty of dope and chicks, man. He likes to party. Why don't you just go over and party with him, okay? Should I bring him back here? No, man, don't bring him back here, man. He likes to go to clubs and concerts, you know, really get down. Just go and party with him. Where's he at? Oh, oh, he's at the hotel. Hold on. I'll get the thing right here. Yeah.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip meeting buddy love Part 2 from The Nutty Professor (2008) with Jerry Lewis got you spread too thin. Am I right? Course I am. I'm Buddy Love. Now, keep listening. So you found your Grandpa's formula and out popped Jack. And now everything's running like a '63 Cutlass Supreme, right? Wrong. It's a '69 Cutlass Supreme. Everyone hates Jack. You're failing school and you're losing Polly. Right again? Just nod. I'll understand. Now listen, kid, you don't need all the fancy yazmos and gidgets to impress Polly. You just need to... be yourself. Kelp! Aah! I am here for the inspection. Ah, Dean van Wu. Come in, come in. Harold, I believe in you. I don't know how you made it this far.
29 Nov 2011
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The clip closing credits 3 from Hairspray (2007) # Stop telling me what to do # Don't! # Don't treat me like a child of two # No! # I know that you want what's best # Please! # But, Mother, please # # Give it a rest! # # Stop! Don't! No! Please! # # Mama, I'm a big girl now # # Once upon a time when I was just a kid # # You never let me do just what the older kids did # # But lose that laundry list of what you won't allow # # 'Cause, Mama, I'm a big girl now # # Once upon a time I played with childhood toys # # But now I'd rather play around with older boys # # So, if I get a hickey, please don't have a cow # # 'Cause, Mama, I'm a big girl now # # Ma, I gotta tell you that without a doubt # # I get my best dancing lessons from you # # You're the one who taught me how to twist and shout # # Because you shout non-stop and you're so twisted, too! # # Wo-oh-oh-oh-oh # # Once I used to fidget 'cause I just sat home # # But now I'm just like Gidget and I gotta get to Rome! # # So say, arrivederci! # # Toodle-loo! # # And ciao! # # 'Cause, Mama, I'm a big girl now # # Ohh, stop! Don't! No! Please! # # Stop! Don't! No! Please! # # Mama, I'm a big girl now # # Hey, Mama, say, Mama # # Once upon a time I was a shy young thing # # Could barely walk and talk so much as dance and sing # # But let me hit that stage, I wanna take my bow # # 'Cause, Mama, I'm a big girl now # # Wo-oh-oh-oh-oh #
29 Nov 2011
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PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads between multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: *******tinyurl****/Channel-Index Johnny Tillotson's artistic ability and energetic personality consistently delight audiences of all age groups. He was born in Jacksonville, Florida but, at nine years old, he was given the responsibility to take care of his grandmother in Palatka, Florida, some 50 miles away. He traveled back to Jacksonville to be with his parents each summer. It was at this early age that he decided to be a singer and with the encouragement of his Mother and Grandmother, Johnny began to perform at local functions and on the radio. By the time he entered Palatka Sr. High School, he had quite a reputation as a talented singer throughout the state of Florida. His first television appearance was as a guest on the "Toby Dowdy Show". Johnny's performance produced a steady stream of fan mail and resulted in a three year contract as a regular on the country-oriented show. When the "Toby Dowdy Show" went off the air, Johnny had the opportunity to do his own show. He successfully juggled his weekly TV show and his studies at the University of Florida until graduation. It was during these years that Johnny began writing songs. In 1957, a local D.J. submitted a tape of Johnny's singing to the National Pet Milk Talent Contest. Johnny was chosen as one of the 6 national winners from this tape, which afforded him the opportunity to perform on WSM radio in Nashville, Tennessee,where he was to receive his biggest break. Miss Lee Rosenberg, a Nashville music publisher, was so impressed with Johnny, she took his tape to Archie Bleyer. Archie was the owner of Cadence Records and the force behind much of the success of The Everly Brothers, Andy Williams, 'the Chordettes' and many other artists. While Johnny was finishing his studies at the University of Florida, (He graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism and Communications in 1959), Archie recorded Johnny singing his own composition "Dreamy Eyes". This song went to the top of the charts in Florida and many other parts of the country, which proved to Archie that Johnny had what it took to sell records. He invited Johnny to move to New York City immediately upon graduating from college. This was the start of a string of chart records, "Poetry In Motion", "It Keeps Right On A Hurtin", "Without You", "Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On" and many more. It was "It Keeps Right On A Hurtin", one of Johnny's own compositions, which brought Johnny his first Grammy nomination along with the distinction of becoming one of the first "cross-over" artists. This established Johnny as a country-pop star. The song went on to be recorded by 108 artists including Elvis Presley and, most recently, it became a #l selling country hit by Billy Joe Royal. With 18 Chart records to his credit, he moved to M.G.M Records where his first release, "Talk Back Trembling Lips", was a huge success. This was followed by another 8 chart records including "Heartaches By The Number", which gave Johnny his second Grammy nomination for Best Vocal Performance. He also recorded the popular hit theme song for the T.V. show "Gidget" (1965), starring Sally Field. His other hits included "She Understands Me", "Worry", and "You're The Reason". These hits and his endearing personality and stage presence have enabled Johnny to have a very successful concert career, entertaining audiences all over the world. IMDb Mini Biography By: johnnytillotson****
13 Dec 2012
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Spoof of 1960's Beach Party/Gidget surfing movies mixed with slasher horror films stars Lauren Ambrose as Florence Forrest, a not-so-innocent girl in 1960's Malibu who becomes "Chicklet" the first girl surfer at Malibu Beach, only Florence suffers from dissociative identity disorder and occasionally her alter ego Ann Bowman, a sexually aggressive, foul-speaking girl, comes out in which during that time several beach goers are found murdered. The suspects include Chicklet herself, surfer Kanaka, B-horror film actress Bettina Barnes, exchange student Lars, and even Chicklet's own mother.
27 Jan 2013
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Sebastian and Gidget are getting out in the world!
30 Apr 2013
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Compilation of several classic 60's television shows with Let's Dance by Chris Montez(1962). The Sixties TV show clips include: The Avengers (Diana Rigg, Patrick Macnee) The Andy Griffith Show (Don Knotts) The Addams Family (Carolyn Jones, John Astin) The Dick Van Dyke Show (Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore) Gomer Pyle USMC (Jim Nabors) The Patty Duke Show (Patty Duke) The Doris Day Show (Doris Day) Gidget (Sally Field) Batman (Adam West, Victor Buono, Ziva Rodann) Bewitched (Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York, Joy Harmon) Gilligan's Island (Tina Louise, Bob Denver) I Dream of Jeannie (Barbara Eden) Mr. Ed (Alan Young) The Beverly Hillbillies (Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, Max Baer, Bea Benaderet, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs) That Girl (Marlo Thomas, Slim Pickens)
7 Jan 2014
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