Dallas was a iconic TV show that changed the image of Dallas, Texas. This show was brilliantly put together from cast to script. It was so famous for so many years that it brings back memories today. The whole concept about Texas and big business deals done on a handshake. Dallas has changed so much today from the 1970s and 1980s.
There were so many cool innovative retro spy TV shows and movies that came out of the 1960s. From the incredibly cool music to the fabulous intros to the television shows the wardrobe the attire for their Trade Craft .
Some examples of Retro Spy Shows.
I found this site called Irishtimes. Excellent stuff!!
A classic tale of redemption, this film features a volatile coach and a former star player-turned alcoholic leading a small-town basketball team on an improbable run to the Indiana high school championship game. Coach Norman Dale encounters several hurdles in his path: a feisty teacher determined to keep the best player from going out for the team, a town chock full of second-guessing fathers, and a group of undisciplined athletes. Story inspired by the Milan (Indiana) Indians’ state title of 1954. Nominated for two Oscars and hailed by Sports Illustrated and ESPN as one of the best sports movies of all time, this triumphant tale of a high school basketball team’s long-shot attempt to win the state features “fast-break cinematography” that catches the pace of the game.
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Alan Hunter, J.J. Jackson, Nina Blackwood, Martha Quinn, Mark Goodman The original VJ’S. A video jockey (abbreviated VJ or sometimes veejay) is an announcer who introduces music videosand live performances on commercial music television stations such as VH1, MTV, Channel V and Much Music.
I was in this 1986 Pringles commercial that was filmed at The Dallas Infomart. This 1986 Pringles Cheez Ums potato chips commercial was one of the first experiences I had in acting. I think I got the gig after going to a KD Studios acting class in Dallas for a Intro to acting class. I loved it!
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