Classic Videos

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

Original Airplane! Movie Trailer

One of our all-time guilty pleasures is the 1980 comedy Airplane! which parodied various 1970s disaster movies and featured more one-liners that you could possibly remember. “A hospital? What is it?”

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The Beatles ‘Revolution’ Video

If you haven’t seen the “Revolution” video from The Beatles’ 1+ collection, you’re in for a treat. The clip also debuted our Classic Videos feature

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Elvis Presley, Ann-Margret Hoof it Up in ‘Viva Las Vegas’

The 1964 film was the “swingin’est, singing’est, grooviest, lovin’est entertainment sensation it has ever been your luck to enjoy”

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Cream: ‘Sunshine of Your Love’ on Glen Campbell Show

This Classic Video features Cream performing their biggest hit live in 1968 on CBS, with a great intro by the friendly TV host

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Blondie’s ‘Rapture’ Earns 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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‘This is Spinal Tap’s’ Artie Fufkin

One of our favorite scenes in our favorite mockumentary is when Paul Shaffer’s character sets up an in-store appearance. Decades later, he’s at it again

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When Steven Tyler Went Back in Time: ’18 Super Bowl Ad

The Aerosmith frontman finds the fountain of youth as he gets behind the wheel of a Kia Stinger and performs a daredevil move

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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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‘The Office’: Opening Dance Scene

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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The Easybeats ‘Invade’ With ‘Friday on My Mind’

Though they were formed in Australia, three of their members were from Great Britain. Their only worldwide hit was recorded in London. The AC/DC connection…

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