Classic Videos

TV’s Mannix Meets the Buffalo Springfield

Mike Connors played a square-jawed private eye for 8 seasons on the detective series. One day, his character walks into a nightclub and there’s Buffalo Springfield!

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Prince Makes His American Bandstand Debut

In between songs, the 21-year-old prodigy was pretty coy in his replies to Dick Clark’s questions, as he promoted the album that helped launch his career

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Remembering Abe Vigoda 1921-2016

After years of Internet hoaxes, Abe Vigoda did, indeed die, on January 26, 2016. The veteran actor known for his role in The Godfather was 94. Classic Video…

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‘Smoke on the Water’ Sung by… Pat Boone?!

One of classic rock music’s most iconic songs rendered in a way that brings new meaning to the word “interpretation.” Watch if you dare…

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Muhammad Ali, Clint Eastwood TV Appearance

Two major icons were guests on a 1969 taping of The David Frost Show. The strange bedfellows clearly enjoyed a mutual admiration, in our Classic Video

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Warren Zevon Final Letterman Appearance, 2002

The singer-songwriter was a frequent guest on Letterman’s late night program, even subbing for bandleader Paul Shaffer on occasion. He was the sole guest on his final appearance

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Moody Blues ‘I’m Just a Singer in a Rock and Roll Band’

It’s hard not to tap your foot when this great uptempo track kicks in, from the symphonic-progressive rock giants

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Five Easy Pieces Diner Scene

“I’d like a plain omelette… and wheat toast.” Simple enough, right? Well, if you’re having a bad day, this classic scene with Jack Nicholson from Five Easy Pieces will put things in perspective for you.

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Jan 20, 1988: The Beatles Rock Hall Induction Ceremony

An all-star line-up of classic rockers helped usher in the Fab Four after a great speech from Mick Jagger. But one prominent member was MIA. Classic Video…

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Nancy Sinatra’s Surprise Go-Go Hit

A popular trend at clubs inspired its songwriter to come up with the clever lyrics to this song which became a #1 smash in 1966

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