Actors Ed Wynn & Tommy Kirk in a Babes in Toyland (Disney) movie production still.
Wire photo dated 1961.
Peggy Lee in one of her finest dress gowns.
Wire photo dated February 5, 1953.
Sherry The Showgirl (1956)
Cover Art by Don DeCarlo
Sherry The Showgirl (1957)
Cover Art by Al Hartley
Everybody loves a parade, it’s said, and TV will as usual try to gratify viewers by covering the Cotton and Rose Bowl parades Monday. This is a view of the 1967 Rose Bowl parade in Pasadena. Both NBC and CBS will televise Monday’s Tournament of Roses.
Wire photo dated December 27, 1967.
Charles Van Doren, who for weeks displayed knowledge of a wide range of subjects on the television quiz show “21,” happily totals his winnings after one of his performances. He finally lost, but his winnings totaled $129,000. Two years later, a weeping Van Doren told a congressional committee that he had been given the answers in advance.
Wire photo dated December 10, 1959.
Worlds Of Fear (1952-1953)
CBS radio actor George Petrie in a publicity still promoting Call the Police, airing Sundays from 7:30-8:00 PM EDT. Premieres June 5.
Wire photo dated May 17, 1949.
SHE’LL NEVER REAP THE BENEFITS OF SOCIAL SECURITY - She’s the type of driver who is guilty of the ten common “DON’TS” here illustrated by Virginia Grey, Goldwyn-Mayer actress.
7. DON’T wait until you’re in the car to reminisce your friends.
Wire photo dated November 12, 1939.
NEW YORK: Marguerite Piazza, internationally famous opera singer, goes into her dance routine with dancer Jack Bunch as she opened a supper club act at the Hotel Pierre here 1/12. Miss Piazza, who has practically given up on opera, does a strip-tease and sang New Orleans jazz. She is also planning to do her own TV show.
United Press wire photo dated January 13, 1955.
Arthur Godfrey in an undated CBS radio press wire photo.
A Very Brady Easter
Wire publicity photo featuring Laurel Swenson as Miss TV ‘61, Peabody, MA.