Classic Videos

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

Stevie Wonder and Tom Jones Medley

On its 3 seasons, This Is Tom Jones featured an A+ guest list. Our Classic Video features a young Stevie Wonder and Tom Jones singing several of their hits

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We Are The World: Making-Of Videos

These Classic Videos reveal the hard work from Bob Dylan, Cyndi Lauper and others for their solos, as well as some lighthearted moments

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Remembering Austin Powers’ ‘Mini-Me,’ Verne Troyer

The 2 ft. 8 in. actor was born with a genetic disorder known as achondroplasia dwarfism. He made his – mostly silent – mark in the film series

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Cheech & Chong’s Classic ‘Up in Smoke’

The ultimate stoner comedy film was released in 1978 on a shoestring budget. It was a huge hit, becoming the year’s #15 high-est grossing movie

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Norman Greenbaum: Spirit In The Sky

Here’s the backstory about Norman Greenbaum’s unlikely 1969 hit, which has enjoyed a life of its own on the radio, in movies and numerous TV commercials

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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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Gerry Rafferty, ‘Baker Street,’ and That Sax Solo!

The smash hit was written while its author was hanging out in a flat in London, trying to escape from frustrating legal proceedings.

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The Poseidon Adventure: Hell, Upside Down

The 1970s delivered lots of disaster films. The best of the bunch might be this 1972 movie, produced by the so-called “Master of Disaster,” on a tiny budget

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Watch Dave Edmunds’ Final Performance

The Welsh-born singer-guitarist has only performed and recorded sporadically over the past decade. Watch him onstage with his good friend Brian Setzer

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Don Adams: The Smart-est Secret Agent of the ’60s

The decade’s movie and TV screens were filled with spy stories. A spoof of the genre remains a classic, thanks to its bumbling character, Maxwell Smart

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