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1. Bang the Drum Slowly

Description: LikeTelevision's classic tv channel proudly presents a terrific episode from the U.S. Steel Hour - Bang the Drum Slowly starring Paul Newman, Albert Salmi, and George Peppard. A great story about a tender hearted pitcher Henry Wiggen (Paul Newman) who does all he can to keep his buddy, third string catcher Bruce Pearson (Albert Salmi) on the team. Bruce is a bit dim and he has less than a year to live.

2. Barbie Mix 'n Match by Mattel

Description: Barbie - with her Mix and Match outfits. Heck, even Ken has his own wardrobe. You'll be dressing and undressing these toys for hours - but make sure their fashion statement is appropriate and groovy!

3. Beverly Hillbillies - Elly Races Jethrine

Description: LikeTelevision™ Fans - this episode - Elly Races Jethrine - features Jethro, Max Baer Jr., in his cross dressing dual role - Jethrine, Pearl Bodine's daughter. Who is going to get married first? Elly or Jethrine? Also features: Louis Nye as Sonny Drysdale.

4. Che Guevara Is Killed

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents, This Day In History - October 8!

5. Dragnet - The Big Girl

Description: In this episode, a women is luring men with her hitchhiking thumb - then she robs 'em - heck sometimes, she even shoots the guys! At first, they think it's Carolyn Jones (a.k.a Morticia Addams) - but then they find out that the crook isn't a woman at all - but a cross dressing man!

6. Evel Knievel

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - Evel Knievel starring George Hamilton as Evel Knievel and Sue Lyon as Linda Knievel. The movie originally aired as a made for TV movie in 1971 at the height of Evel Knievel's fame. While George Hamilton is an unlikely actor to play Evel, he does a decent job. And Sue Lyon, best known for her role as Lolita, the 16 year old vamp in Stanley Kubrick's classic take on the Vladmir Nabikoff novel - does a great job as Linda Knievel, wife and soulmate of the daredevil motorcycle hero. Much of the movie is filmed in Butte, Montana where Evel Knievel was born. Best of all - the film features some terrific archive footage of Evel Knievel, even the famed jump at Caesar's Palace, December 31, 1967 - which is one of the most spectacular wipeouts in his illustrious career as a daredevil motorcycle showman.

7. Grande Illusion, La

Description: Jean Renoir's La Grande Illusion, a.k.a. Grand Illusion is a wonderful film about 2 French Officers during WWI who are captured and sent to a prison camp. Erich von Stroheim, best known for his role as Max Von Meyerling in Billy Wilder's Sunset Blvd, stars as a German Ace Captain von Rauffenstein (who shot down the 2 Frenchmen) and then gets reassigned to become commandant (he's not like Werner Von Klemperer, a.k.a. Colonel Klink) of a prison camp after sustaining serious injury by getting shot down. There's additional tension and class conflict between the French Captain De Boeldieu (Pierre Fresnay), who is an aristocrat and Lieutenant Marechal (Jean Gabin) who is a mechanic. The film also portrays an underlying anti-semitism, with the character Lieutenant Rosenthal (Marcel Dalio), who is slowing down an escape attempt when he strains his ankle. This is a really great film, voted in the top 250 of all time at

8. Mademoiselle Striptease

Description: Brigitte Bardot stars as young Agnes Dumont, who a mistakenly sells a valuable Balzac edition and then must enter an amateur striptease contest to get the money to buy it back. While in Paris, she also finds time for love.

9. Mesmerized

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - Mesmerized (also called Shocked) starring Jodie Foster and John Lithgow. The 1986 film features Jodie Foster as Victoria, an orphan who grows up and decides to marry a rich man named Oliver Thompson (John Lithgow). Trouble is - he's a brute, Victoria really likes Oliver's younger brother George (Dan Shor). Now it gets weirder - Victoria thinks she kills George by accident (trying to whack her husband on the head during a fight with George - she misses and hits George instead). Meanwhile, her husband is a peeping tom who likes to watch Victoria at the dressing table through a knot hole in the wall. Things like this give the movie a real creepy feel.

10. Paul Newman Wins At Watkins Glen

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents, This Day in Hollywood - August 4!

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