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These really were the GOOD OLE DAYS. WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD. R E A L L Y. G R E A T. A MUST SEE. This has to be one of the best nostalgia emails I ever received. If you're too young, enjoy a good laugh then send on
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These truly were the GOOD OLE DAYS...... WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD R E A L Y G R E A T A MUST SEE

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This must be one of the best wistfulness messages I ever gotten. In case you\'re excessively youthful, appreciate a decent giggle then send on to your parents. and in case you\'re not, then loll in the warm recollections. This is precisely what we took a gander at in these years and gracious life was so sweet in those days. Take note of the cost of the TV direct. As it was toward the starting 1960 Philco Predicta UG-4744

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The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet 1954 1966 1961 Father Knows Best 1955 1967

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Leave It To Beaver 1959 Howdy and  Buffalo Bob 1955

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The  Beverly Hillbillies 1962 THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 1962

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1954 Captain Kangaroo 1955 1953 1968 All In The Family 1972 Maverick 1959

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The Lone Ranger 1949 The Lone Ranger 1949

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WKRP In  Cincinnati 1978

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1953 Admiral Color C1617A 1950 Zenith G2355 1954 RCA 17S351

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H a v e r h I L G a z e t e T V G U I D E Monday, May 1, 1961

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Rawhide 1959 Bonanza 1960 The Addams Family 1965 The Red Skelton Show 1951 The Ed Sullivan Show 1967 Gunsmoke 1970 The Mod Squad 1968

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The Mickey Mouse Club 1959 1954 1955 Peyton Place 1964 Dr. Kildare 1961

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The Man From Uncle 1965 Dark Shadows 1966 Ironside 1967 The Honeymooners 1955 Seahunt 1958

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The Andy Griffith Show 1963 The Dick Van Dyke Show 1961 1959 1967 1970 1966

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Wanted: Dead or Alive 1958 Zorro 1957 Lassie 1958 The Twilight Zone 1960   Gilligan\'s  Island 1966

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The Rifleman 1958 Mr. Ed 1961 I Love Lucy 1951 TV Test Patterns 1960

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Charlies Angels 1976

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WHAT HAPPENED TO THE WW II MOVIE STARS? Some of you more youthful folks most likely have not in any case heard of  these \'old motion picture stars\'... some differentiation between  these men and the counter American motion picture stars of today.   Hope you discover this as educational and intriguing as I did. Rather than the standards, conclusions and sentiments of today\'s "Hollywonk, " the genuine performing artists of yester-year adored the United States .  They had both class and trustworthiness. With the approach of World War II  a considerable lot of our performing artists went to battle as opposed to stand and tirade against this nation we as a whole love. They surrendered their riches, position and acclaim to wind up service  men & ladies, numerous as straightforward "enlisted men". This page records yet a couple, however from this gathering of only  18 men came  more than 70 decorations to pay tribute to their valor, spreading over from Bronze Stars, Silver Stars, Distinguish Service Cross\',  Purple Hearts and one Congressional Medal of Honor. So recollect; while the "Entertainers of 2005-2006" have been in the majority of the news media of late I might want to help the general population to remember what the performers of 1943 were doing, (65 years prior). The vast majority of these overcome men have since passed on.

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"Real Hollywood Heroes" Alec Guinness (Star Wars) worked a British Royal  Navy landing create on D-Day. James Doohan ("Scotty" on Star Trek)  arrived in Normandy with the U. S. Armed force on D-Day.

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Donald Pleasance (The Great Escape) truly was a R. A. F. pilot who was shot down,  held detainee and tormented by the Germans . David Niven was a Sandhurst graduate  and Lt. Colonel of the British Commandos in Normandy .

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James Stewart entered the Army Air Force as a private and worked his way to the rank of Colonel.  During World War II, Stewart served as a plane pilot, his administration record acknowledging him for driving more than 20 missions over Germany , and partaking in many air strikes amid his voyage through obligation. Stewart earned the Air Medal, the Distinguished Flying Cross, France \'S Croix de Guerre, and 7 Battle Stars amid World War II.  In peace time, Stewart kept on being a dynamic individual from the Air Force as a reservist,  achieving the rank of Brigadier General before resigning in the late 1950s.

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Clark Gable (Mega-Movie Star when war broke out) Although he was past the draft age at the time the U.S. entered WW II, Clark Gable enrolled as a private in the AAF on Aug. 12, 1942 at Los Angeles. He went to the Officers\' Candidate School at Miami Beach , Fla. also, graduated as a moment lieutenant on Oct. 28, 1942. He then went to airborne gunnery school and in Feb. 1943 he was relegated to the 351st Bomb Group at Polebrook where flew operational missions over Europe in B-17s. Capt. Peak came back to the U.S. in Oct. 1943 and was mitigated from dynamic obligation as a noteworthy on Jun. 12, 1944 at his own particular demand, since he was over-age for battle. Charlton Heston was an Army Air Corps

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Ernest Borgnine was a U. S. Naval force Gunners Mate 1935-1945. (Possibly that is the reason he featured in "McHale\'s Navy") Charles Durning was a U. S. Armed force Ranger at Normandy acquiring a Silver Star and granted the Purple Heart.

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Charles Bronson was a tail heavy armament specialist in the Army Air Corps, all the more particularly on B-29\'s in the twentieth Air Force out of Guam, Tinian, and Saipan

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George C. Scott was a designed U. S. Marine. Eddie Albert (Green Acres TV) was granted a Bronze Star for his courageous action  as a U. S. Maritime officer helping Marines at the awful fight on the island of Tarawa in the Pacific Nov. 1943.

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Brian Keith served as a US . Marine back heavy weapons specialist in a few activities against the Japanese on Rabal in the Pacific. Lee Marvin was a U.S. Marine on Saipan amid the Marianas crusade when he was injured procuring the Purple Heart.

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John Russell: In 1942, he enrolled in the Marine Corps where he got a combat zone commission and was injured and exceptionally adorned for valor at Guadalcanal

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Robert Ryan was a U. S. Marine who presented with the O. S. S. in Yugoslavia . Tyrone Power (a built up motion picture star when Pearl Harbor was besieged) joined the U.S. Marines, was a pilot flying supplies into, and injured Marines out of, Iwo Jima and Okinawa .

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Audie Murphy, minimal 5\'5" tall 110 pound fellow from Texas who played cattle rustler parts: Most Decorated serviceman of WWII and earned: Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, 2 Silver Star Medals, Legion of Merit, 2 Bronze Star Medals with "V", 2 Purple Hearts, U.S. Armed force Outstanding Civilian Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, 2 Distinguished Unit Emblems, American Campaign Medal, European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with One Silver Star, Four Bronze Service Stars (speaking to nine crusades) and one Bronze Arrowhead (speaking to ambush arriving at Sicily and Southern France) World War II Victory Medal Army of Occupation Medal with Germany. Fasten, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, Marksman Badge with Rifle Bar, Expert Badge with Bayonet Bar, French Fourragere in Colors of the Croix de Guerre, French Legion of Honor, Grade of Chevalier, French Croix de Guerre W ith Silver Star, French Croix de Guerre with Palm, Medal of Liberated France, Belgian Croix de Guerre 1940 Palm. So how would you feel the genuine legends of the silver screen acted when contrasted with the hollywonks today who regurgitate out hostile to American drivel as they betray the one who provides everything for them? Could you envision these stars of yester-year saying they despise our banner, making hostile to war talks, walking in against American parades and saying they abhor our leader? I thought not, neither did I!

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It is the officer, not the President, who gives us majority rules system, It is the trooper, not the Congress, who deals with us. It is the trooper, not the Reporter, who has given us Freedom of Press.

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It is the trooper, not the Poet, who has given us Freedom of Speech. It is the officer, not the grounds Organizer, who has given us the Freedom to Demonstrate. The warrior, salutes the banner; who serves underneath the banner, and whose box is hung by the flag,   that permits the nonconformist to blaze the banner. Father Dennis O\'Brien, US Marine Corp. Pastor

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And God Bless America If you delighted in this bit of history, please pass it on…   **********************************************

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WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD

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