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Old 03-21-2009, 01:58 AM   #76
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the famous scene in the opening of "PETTICOAT JUNCTION" of the 3 daughters looking over the top of the water tower while they're skinny dipping was actually a combination of 3 different shots. (sorry to ruin your fantasy guys! )

The pig that played Arnold on "GREEN ACRES" had to be replaced a few times because it would outgrow the role (pigs grow to a hieght of something like 3 feet)
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the Clampetts are in a fancy Beverly Hills jewelry store.

Granny: "How much fer one o' them red diamonds?"
clerk: "Madam, those are rubies."
Granny: "OK ask her kin we buy one offa her."
clerk: " The ruby I am talking about is not a lady."
Granny: "Lissen, how she got them diamonds is her business. I'm just sayin' ask her kin we buy one from her."
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Valerie was almost 30 at the time, so she was probably considered too old.

That's what shocked me. She looked young enough at the time though. And hey, let's not forget "Onnnndrea" Zuckerman.
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Old 03-21-2009, 02:39 AM   #78
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"Rapper's D-light" was the first ever rap song.

Monday has the highest suicide rate out of any other day.

The most common name in the world is Mohammed.

The official name of Rhode Island is "Rhode Island and Providence Plantations".

There are twice as many kangaroo's in Australia as there are people.

You burn more calories sleeping then you do watching TV

Children grow faster in spring time.
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for the scene in the movie "SUPERMAN" where Lois Lane was falling off a building and he flew up and caught her, he actually looked up to catch her one night in New York then caught her a year later on a sound stage in England. (sorry to ruin your fantasy )

When they were filming the movie "MASH" the studio was also filming 2 "contemporary" war pictures at the same time-"Tora, Tora, Tora" & "Patton".
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The genes for facial hair and hair loss supposedly come from strictly the mother's side.
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That's what shocked me. She looked young enough at the time though.

Do you think Valerie would have had enough sassiness and attitude to pull off the role had she gotten the part?
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Elizabeth II is the 32nd great-grandaughter of Alfred the Great. She's also a direct descendant of King John (Prince John of the Robin Hood stories).

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Do you think Valerie would have had enough sassiness and attitude to pull off the role had she gotten the part?


Sassiness, yes. Attitude, hmm I don't know. I've never seen her play a bitchy character.
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Days of Our Lives was the first soap opera to be broadcast in color when it premiered on NBC in 1965.
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That's what shocked me. She looked young enough at the time though. And hey, let's not forget "Onnnndrea" Zuckerman.

LOL. For a long time I didn't know that Gabrielle was that old when she play Onnndrea until a few years ago after reading an article in People.
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Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated
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Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated
it makes them taste better too.


the only single ever released from Deep Purple's classic "Machine Head" album - the one with iconic songs like "Smoke On the Water", "Highway Star", and "Space Truckin'" - was for a song called "Never Before", the B-side was "When a Blind Man Cries"

it really is a pretty cool song, but the single tanked on the charts so the record company figured the album was destined to be a dud.
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the front of the mansion on "THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES" was really the back. They couldn't get permission to film the front.

The theme to "BONANZA" has lyrics; they were only sung once; by the Cartwrights on the first episode.

In 1960, Jackie Gleason hosted a show that was SO BAD he actually apoligized for it on the air.
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LOL. For a long time I didn't know that Gabrielle was that old when she play Onnndrea until a few years ago after reading an article in People.


Yeah, I always thought she looked just nerdy, not really older. Then I found out she was 29 when the show first started . So actually, Valerie getting the part of Brenda wouldn't have been that much of a biggie considering she was only one year older then "Onnnnnnndrea" .
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Stewardesses is the longest word that is typed with only the left hand
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