Comedy – 1983 – Bob Hope + Martha Raye Stand Up Duet + With Clip From 1938 Movie Never Say Die

Martha Raye was an American comic actress and singer who performed in movies and later on television ….as she also acted in plays including Broadway….plus, she was honored in 1969 at the Academy Awards as the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award recipient for her volunteer efforts and services to the troops….when she joined the USO in 1942….soon after the US entered World War…

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Boxing – 1984 – Al Bernstein Interviews Johnny Bumphus + Trainer Lou Duva On Controversial TKO Call

Johnny Bumphus is a former boxer who was world light welterweight champion….who began his professional career as a hot prospect after winning his first 22 fights….including the vacant WBA Light Welterweight Title with a decision win over Lorenzo Luis Garcia in 1984…..but lost his title to Gene Hatcher in June 1984….as Hatcher scored an 11th-round TKO that had Hatcher knocking Bumphus…

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Figure Skating – 1986 – World Championship Ice Dancing – USSR Marina Klimova + Sergei Ponomarenko

Marina Klimova is a former competitive ice dancer….who competed for the Soviet Union with skating partner and husband Sergei Ponomarenko….as they were the 1992 Albertville Olympic gold medalists…. the 1988 Calgary silver medalists….the 1984 Sarajevo Olympic bronze medalist….three-time World champions….and a four-time European champions…..plus Klimova and Ponomarenko were fourth in their European Championships debut in 1983. Their breakthrough came the following…

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NFL – 1978 – Worst Plays Ever – Giants QB Joe Pisarcik Fumbles To On Last Play Of Game Vs Eagles

The NFL play known as The Fumble…..was truly one of the worst….and quite frankly “stupidest” plays in the history of professional football….or any football for that matter…..cuz the fact remains that had Giants QB Joe Pisarcik snapped the ball and taken a knee….the time would have run out on a Giants win over the Eagles…..but instead…..Pisarcik chose…

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Music – 1980 – Mel Tillis – I Got The Hoss – Performed Live On Austin City Limits

“I Got the Hoss“ is a song written by Gerald House….and recorded by American country music artist Mel Tillis…..which was released in August 1977 as the first single from the album Love’s Troubled Waters….when the song reached # 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Mel Tillis (August 8, 1932 – November 19, 2017) was an American country music singer…

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Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan Profiles Training Of Lightwt Hector Camacho While Preparing For Next Fight

We at ImaSportsphile consider that Hector “Macho” Camacho was one of the true legends of the sport of boxing…..who fought during The Golden Age of Boxing from 1964 to 1995….which was a era when the sport showcased multiple legends in each and every professional weight division in the sport….especially in the lightweight division….which featured the likes of…

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Music – 1980 – Sherman Brothers – Its A Small World – With ROM Nadia Comaneci + Teammates Shopping

It’s a Small World is a water-based dark ride located in the Fantasyland area at the various Walt Disney Parks and Resorts worldwide….which include Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California….the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida….Tokyo Disneyland….Disneyland Paris…. and Hong Kong Disneyland….with its inaugural version having originally premiered at the 1964 New York World’s Fair before permanently moving to Disneyland. The ride features over 300 audio-animatronic children in traditional costumes from cultures around…

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Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan Talks To Joe Frazier & Son Marvis About Who Is Marvis Really Fighting For

Marvis Frazier is an American former professional boxer who fought in the heavyweight division…. as Marvis was involved in other sports….but finally gave it all up in favor of boxing….“I played football and basketball and I wrestled, and I love them all, especially football. I was a running back. When I was in ninth grade, Duke and Temple talked to me…

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Comedy – 1983 – Bob Hope + Jill St John Stand Up Routine + Eight On A Lam Movie Clips From 1967

Eight on the Lam is a 1967 Technicolor film directed by George Marshall….which stars Bob Hope, Jill St John and Phyllis Diller…..in which bank teller Henry Dimsdale (Hope) finds ten $1,000 bills….and he is a widower with seven kids….and could use the money….when housekeeper Golda (Diller) tells him it’s a case of finder’s keepers…..so, Henry waits two weeks to see if anyone…

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