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Decades pay tribute to Martin Landau with a Weekend Binge of 'Mission: Impossible'
Tune in for 42 hours of the classic spy series, July 22 and 23.
What Influenced Madonna?
Even the most influential of performers draw their influences from elsewhere.
6 of the Grooviest Looks on "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In"
Let Goldie Hawn be your style icon.
14 top secret things you never knew about 'Mission: Impossible'
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7 reasons July 13 should be a holiday
National treasure Harrison Ford and international treasure Sir Patrick Stewart were both born
6 musicians that have been banned from somewhere
The Sex Pistols aren't the only band to have been banned in some capacity.
10 things you never knew about 'The Big Valley'
The Barbara Stanwyck series has links to 'Gone with the Wind,' 'Midnight Cowboy' and 'Airplane!'
You probably forgot these songs all went No. 1 in 1968
A chart topper can become a deep cut after half a century.
50 years ago this song was no 1 The Association Windy
Who's tripping down the streets of the city, smilin' at everybody she sees?
8 time-defying tidbits about 'The Time Tunnel'
You don't have to go back in time to learn more about this cult classic.
Here's what life was like in July of 1976
These nostalgic magazine covers remind us what life was like 40 years ago.
Watch a vintage blooper reel from 'Hogan's Heroes'
See slip-ups from Stalag 13.
These vintage ads prove 1967 was far more hi tech than you remember
Yes, we had portable video cameras and music in our pocket half a century ago.
What women were wearing in the summer of 1966
Sears catalog models were rocking the mod look in plaid and poplin.
6 fascinating facts about Petticoat Junction
Did you know of its ties to The Flintstones, Beatles, Benji, and Back to the Future III?
50 years ago this week The Beatles starred in the worlds first live international tv broadcast
"All You Need Is Love" helped kick off the Summer of Love in 1967.
The prop weapons on The Green Hornet were a real gas
It took skill — and baby powder — for Van Williams and Bruce Lee to use their guns and darts.
11 super high tech computers seen on 1960s television
Take a look at computers both imaginary and real in sci-fi shows 'Star Trek,' 'Lost in Space,'