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Our favorite Walter Cronkite TV appearances - aside from the 'CBS Nightly News'
The pop culture symbol did more than just deliver the news
These photos of Walter Cronkite will take you back to the golden age of news
Take a step back in time.
Check out these awesome classic TV costumes
Looking for some last-minute inspiration?
6 creepy-crawly facts about our favorite holiday
Around Oct. 31, there are a number of holidays celebrated that date back centuries.
Catch original documentary ‘Eye On the World: The Rise of Walter Cronkite and the Evening News’ November 3
He certainly wasn’t undeserving of the title "the most trusted man in America."
16 vintage Little Golden Books that were based on TV shows
Both Maverick and Matt Dillon rode alongside the Poky Little Puppy.
5 of the wildest pieces of vintage Star Trek merch
Who doesn't want a sad Spock staring at them from across the room?
5 of Hollywood's creepiest curses
Think about these little factoids the next time you think to yourself, Iit’s just a movie…”
All you need to know about 'All About Eve'
67 years after its release, 'All About Eve' is still a staple of American cinema.
These photographs are a spooky time capsule to 1970s Halloween in New York
Ghosts, ghouls, and giant masks from the 1970s have come back to haunt you.
We bet you have this hot commodity in your kitchen cupboard
There is a whole subculture of vintage Pyrex collectors out there who scour the internet, estate
8 spooky facts about 'One Step Beyond'
The perfect show to kick off October
Here are the top 10 horror movies of the 1970s for you to watch this month
Some would argue that the '70s were last time films were truly scary
8 wild facts about 'Psycho' star Janet Leigh
She died on October 3, 2004, but she'll always be remembered
The 7 scariest monsters that spooked us on 'The Twilight Zone"
Enjoy, if you dare, this tale of men, the macabre, masks and monsters.
10 fascinating facts about Walt Disney World's Epcot
Though Epcot’s original plans for an “Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow” were
Hugh Hefner and 'Playboy's' Chicago roots
Though modern Playboy has become synonymous with buxom, blonde women and a sunkissed California
Reminisce this October with Lost TV
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