Classic Videos

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

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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‘This is Spinal Tap’s’ Promo Man, Artie Fufkin: ‘I Got No Timing’

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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SNL’s ‘Superhero Party’ With Belushi, Aykroyd and Murray

In Saturday Night Live’s Season 4, the writers often made use of the entire cast within the same sketch. Such was the case here, with Belushi stealing the show

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Blind Faith ‘Can’t Find My Way Home’ Live

The British supergroup chose to make its live debut in front of 100,000 fans. If you’ve never seen the performance, you’re in for a treat

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SNL’s ‘Godfather Therapy’ With John Belushi

Every guy’s favorite movie was spoofed during the sketch comedy series’ first season, with Belushi delivering a spot-on impersonation of Marlon Brando’s Don Corleone

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SNL Jeopardy Parody – 40th Anniversary Edition

The sketch comedy series has had dozens of popular recurring skits. Will Ferrell plays it straight as Alex Trebek, who’s tormented by his celebrity guests, usually Darrell Hammond’s Sean Connery

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Pretenders’ Rock Hall Induction 2005

Pretty impressive when a classic rock icon says that YOU were a great influence on HIM. That’s what happened when the English-American band were inducted

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The Run on Toilet Paper: Battle of the Charmin TV Spots

Empty store shelves have meant low supplies of essentials like bread, milk, paper towels, and… toilet paper. Are you on Team Whipple or Team Bears?

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‘My Cousin Vinny’ Court Scenes

Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei have many fish-out-of-water moments as New Yorkers in Alabama in the 1992 comedy. Her role as Mona Lisa Vito earned her an Oscar

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‘One Toke Over the Line’ on ‘Lawrence Welk’—Huh?

In what has to be one of the most surreal TV moments on a TV moments, the song was interpreted for viewers of a show that had no idea what a toke was.

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