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Flintstones-themed amusement park in Arizona closes after nearly half a century
Bedrock City opened in 1972 near the Grand Canyon.
This classic Twilight Zone episode inspired 2019's most anticipated horror film
This Oscar-winning writer doubles down on his Twilight Zone fandom.
R.I.P. Louisa Moritz, the nurse who slapped Hot Lips on 'M*A*S*H'
The 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' actress passed away at 72.
Saved by the Bell star who played Zack Morris confirms he dated Jessie Spano co-star Elizabeth Berkley
Don't tell Kelly or Slater.
Krispy Kreme is making conversation heart doughnuts to fill the void of missing Sweethearts candies
These unexpected Valentine's treats are "So Extra."
The cast of The Wizard of Oz wandered all over classic TV, too!
The Scarecrow even got his own show!
12 classic TV stars who voiced characters on SpongeBob SquarePants
Images: Viacom Media Networks/The Everett Collection When Stephen Hillenburg and company
You can thank Alfred Hitchcock for movies having set showtimes
Do you remember ever walking into a movie right in the middle of the story?
You can kiss Sweethearts candies goodbye this Valentine's Day
The popular candy is unavailable after the manufacturer went bankrupt.
R.I.P. Kaye Ballard of 'The Mothers-in-Law' and 'Freaky Friday'
The Sixties sitcom star died at the age of 93.
What ever happened to the original Mickey Mouse Club Mousketeers?
You know about Annette and Johnny… but what about the rest?
Everything you never knew about Eggo waffles
The history behind the Eggo we can't l'eggo.
15 bygone breakfast items you will never have again
Bacon and danishes, fresh from your toaster!
Lost cereals of the '60s and '70s
We miss these colorful mascots, fruity flavors and sugary starters from the golden age of breakfast.
18 lost breakfast cereals of the 1980s
It was the heyday of sugary breakfasts. Who says you can't have doughnuts, s'mores and ice cream
Carol Channing maybe invented hip-hop fashion in a 1966 Corn Flakes commercial with Gomer Pyle
She was rocking gold chains and clocks before anyone else.
R.I.P. Carol Channing, the bubbly Broadway star turned TV darling
The actress died at the age of 97.
See one of the last Bonanza Steakhouses demolished after standing for 45 years
Unfortunately no longer a potful of gold - Bonanza!