Classic Videos

Highlighting some of the most memorable music videos and live performances, as well as pop culture favorites

‘Tommy Boy’: Some Favorite Scenes with Chris Farley

Our Classic Videos section features a memorable duet by Chris Farley and David Spade from a classic road comedy

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The Deer Hunter Bar Scene Song

The 1978 Vietnam War film won 5 Academy Awards including Best Picture + Best Director. This scene with De Niro and Walken singing “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” is brilliant

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When Blondie’s ‘Rapture’ Earned an Unlikely Distinction

The band began as a cross between new wave and punk but earned chart success in other genres. One wild fact about “Rapture” can win you a lot of bar bets.

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1979’s ’10’ Movie: Does it Hold Up?

The 1979 romantic comedy about a man going through a midlife crisis provided breakout roles for both Dudley Moore and Bo Derek

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When Paul McCartney and Steven Tyler Rocked Out

One of Sir Paul’s2019 Freshen Up tour dates coincided with the second leg of Aerosmith’s Las Vegas residency. The pair performed a Beatles favorite

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When Elton John Surprised at ‘Lion King’ Anniversary Show

The stats for the long-running musical smash are staggering. For the 20th anniversary of its Broadway run, the audience was treated to a special guest performance

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Tom Jones and Aretha Franklin Show How It’s Done

Watch as two of music’s greatest voices treat a 1970 television audience to a medley of their songs on This Is Tom Jones

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Nick Lowe Solo Debut: ‘So it Goes’

The bassist-vocalist of pub-rock group Brinsley Schwarz was hardly a household name. But his debut 45 for Stiff Records got his solo career moving

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Watch: ‘The Office’ Opening Scene to 1968 Hit Single

Over 9 seasons, we got to know the employees of a local branch of a fictitious paper company. Year 7 began with a scene choreographed to a 1968 hit single

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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: ‘Twist and Shout’

Hard to believe but the beloved comedy is more than 30 years old. Director-writer John Hughes enjoyed a remarkable 10-year run of success including this Matthew Broderick favorite. Our Classic Video…

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