Comedy – 1978 – The X Police Investigate Another Marijuana Related Death

DOG ASIDE: Bill Murray and Dan Akroyd are The X Police in this Saturday Night Live skit from a show during the 1978 season….which deals with a subject that has been around for a long time….the “not so truthful results of smoking marijuana”.  The truth remains some 33+ years later, many of the “untruths and misconceptions” of the drug are still…

Music – 1978 – NBC Classical Chorus With Eric Idle – An English Ship Went To Sea In The Month Of May

DOG ASIDE: It is rare when we can get a video trim from Saturday Night Live past the “regulators” at youtube….but at some point in the not too distant future…that won’t matter….cuz we are ultimately going on our own server….and we won’t be subject to their arbitrary selection of videos they choose as non-compliant with copyright regulations….as…

Music – 1978 – The NBC Classical Chorus Sings In The Merry Month Of May – With Eric Idle

DOG ASIDE: As a chiweenie Sportsphile….I am keenly aware that I am probably the ONLY soul in the world that would take the time to trim this one minute video fromthe 2300 hours of vintage video that we have in our library here at our ImaSportsphile….but the truth be known….I just love seeing Bill Murray,…

Music – 1978 – Ray Charles – Everything Is Going My Way + I Can’t Stop Loving You

DOG ASIDE:  There are more than a handful of wonderful Ray Charles videos in our music library that we cherish dearly….cuz in our books….there has never been anyone quite like Ray Charles….and we don’t think there ever will be again….for he like Chuck Berry….has been the subject of the only communications from outer space…..when we…

Music – 1978 – Ray Charles + The Young Caucasians – Tell Me What Did I Say

DOG ASIDE: This 1978 SNL skit featuring legendary r&b and soul singer Ray Charles at a 1957 music recording studio in Memphis….as his manager, Garrett Morris , introduces Ray to an all white singing group call The Young Caucasians….who are going to record Ray’s song “Tell Me What I Say”.   This wonderful musical skit was a spoof…

Comedy – 1983 – Special – Rodney Dangerfield At His Nightclub – Featuring Aretha Franklin Singing

DOG ASIDE: Rodney Dangerfield was an American stand-up comedian, actor, producer and screenwriter known for the catchphrase “I get no respect!” and his monologues with that theme….who is also remembered for his 1980’s film roles….especially in Easy Money, Caddyshack, and Back to School. At the age of 15, Jack Roy (Dangerfield’s legal name at the time) began to write for stand-up…