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5 performers who took the national anthem to new heights
When it comes to the "Star Spangled Banner," these rockers, soul artists, and pop stars raised
10 rare photos from the set of 'M*A*S*H'
See Alan Alda and the rest of the cast relaxing, working, celebrating and mingling with British
9 Things You Will Never Find At Airports Again
Who remembers meeting your loved ones at the gate?
11 of the most shocking character replacements on TV
The reasoning behind some of these replacements is fascinating. We forgot this actress was blacklisted
12 things you never knew about Doritos
You'll never guess what "Cool Ranch" Doritos are called overseas.
13 Oscar-worthy TV movies of the 1970s
The small screen was once loaded with big Hollywood names like Spielberg, Hepburn, Elvis and Carpenter.
What ever happened to the real "Love Boat"?
The Pacific Princess wasn't just a fictional ship on TV. It had a rather wild life after the series.
5 things you never knew about the Beatles on Ed Sullivan
The Fab Four made their American television debut on this day in 1964. Celebrate with behind-the-scenes
10 iconic cereal mascots that got huge transformations
Do you remember what these 10 cereal mascots looked like back when you were a kid? Some of them
The most clever presidential campaign buttons from the last 60 years
We're looking back at some of the best campaign tools from the last 60 years - campaign buttons.
9 things we bet you never knew about Betty White
Follow the television icon through her decades-long career, from breaking the gender barrier in
9 actors who died during the production of their TV shows
The passing of Dan Blocker led to a television first, though Hoss was not the first character
5 things you might not know about tinsel
As you trim the tree, take some time to read about the fascinating history of the popular Christmas
Weird food we used to make with Jell-O during the holidays
Take a trip through the past with 10 vintage ads for Jell-O salads, leftover surprises and wiggling,
Vintage photos from the Thanksgiving Day Parade
In these retro pictures from the Macy's parade, see a ponderous Ponch, Milton Berle as a Disney
quentin tarantino cites the big valley and bonanza as inspirations behind his latest film
The director's new western was inspired by classic television. We're rounded up five episodes
what do you consider the first star trek episode
It's stardate versus air date. "The Man Trap" against "Where No Man Has Gone Before."
5 reasons 'Peter Gunn' was the coolest
From its killer theme song to its car phones, Blake Edward's 1950s television series was the epitome