How many toy trains sets were destroyed by Garloo? Although his fearsomeness is somewhat weakened by his receiving a smooch from the little girl.
This 2-disc compilation of "homemade recordings" is pure caviar for all WU-vies. Listen to more at the link below, then buy your copy--which features many other "hits"--soon!
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"You can even make your guitar sound like a sitar!"
From a 1966 vinyl record, featuring the voice of Robby the Robot.
Discontented with the life of a professor of economics, Dr. Charles Boas became Onions the Clown.
I'm sure this thrilled any living parents who might have helped pay for years of higher education.
Read the whole story here.
What exactly is she feeling? Insanity? Hysteria? [source: Life - Aug 22, 1960
And here she looks like a vampire craning its neck back, about to bite a victim. [source: atticpaper.com
The Texas Track Club is celebrated on two counts—its athletic achievements and the uncommon beauty of its girls, who compete in dazzling uniforms, elaborate makeup and majestic hairdos. These hairdos, which are either bouffant or flip if at all possible, may not be aerodynamically sound and may be "out" east of the Hudson, but they are an unqualified sensation at a track meet. "They are our trademark," says Jeanne Ellison, the coach's 16-year-old daughter. "Bouffant is easier to run in because the wind doesn't blow your hair in your face."
Source: Sports Illustrated - Apr 20, 1964