Here is a REAL rarity -
Here is a REAL rarity - the original and unaired pilot for MR. ED, with a different cast! I think this is from the late 50s, and even has some original commercials! This is part 1 of 3.
What a beautiful find thank you so much we love Mr. and send us more thank you again
YOU BY ANY CHANCE HAVE ANY CLASSIC CARTOONS LIKE THE MARVEL SUPERHEROES SHOW FROM THE SIXTIES OR SPIDER-MAN
This is like finding out Barry Nelson was the first James Bond.
Is that Bamboo Harvester there? He was the horse that played Mr Ed or is that another palomino horse before Bamboo took the role?
Drive-in movie theaters
Drive-in movie theaters are a bygone venue of American entertainment. Most of them literally disappeared in the 1980s. This is a collection of short films designed to be shown in between features and short subjects. Lots of wacky late 50s- early sixties ads, some animated, and PSAs, etc......enjoy!
I can't say I remember any of these specifically, except maybe the Dr. Pepper ad, but they sure bring back memories of trips to the drive-in in the late 50's and 60's. Always a big event for my sisters & I, although we never made it thru the first movie. It was all about the playground, snack bar (if we were good), the cartoon, coming attractions & the snack bar ads like these, & maybe 10 minutes of the movie, before we were fast asleep in the back of our Studebaker station wagon. Sweet dreams.
If I'm not mistaken, that dairy queen is still open...
Thanks for sharing the memories of the Drive-In theater.
I do believe that that is the most CREEPIEST clown I have EVER seen :)
About two years ago I went to a drive in
That's in New Jersey about an hour outside philadelphia. ....
Grandma & Grandpa, Great
Grandma & Grandpa, Great Aunt Louisabelle, Mom & Dad, me and little sis.