Saturday Fun: Angie TV

Angie is an American television sitcom that was originally broadcast by the ABC network from February 1979 until October 1980.

Direct Link: http://youtu.be/gBEVNgaBG3I

Saturday Fun: That’s Incredible!

Opening sequence to the 1980s ABC show That’s Incredible! starring John Davidson, Cathy Lee Crosby, and Fran Tarkenton

Direct Link: http://youtu.be/zFXtb9jBaBM

Saturday Fun: Dukes Of Hazzard

Classic TV, The Dukes Of Hazzard TV Intro

Direct Link: http://youtu.be/hxD0PqVlt5Q

Saturday Fun: Real People

Opening sequence to the 1980s NBC show Real People with Sarah Purcell, Fred Willard, Skip Stephenson, Bill Rafferty, and Mark Russell

Direct Link: http://youtu.be/N3LN-NIu-ok

Saturday Fun: Eight is Enough TV

Remember this ABC series, Eight is Enough, on the air from 1977-81?

Direct Link: http://youtu.be/LOtgG-VpXfo

Saturday Fun: Continental TV Commerical

A fun Continental Airline commercial from 1977. "If you can’t fly Continental you might as well not fly"

Saturday Fun: Fonz Pinball Machine

Direct Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddLZwrqMaVE

This commercial is for the Fonz pinball machine from Coleco. The American Pickers guys just pulled one out of someone’s house and deemed it collectible.

Saturday Fun: Blip Commercial

Blip commercial from 1977. Blip the digital game!

Saturday Fun: IBM 5100 First Portable Computer

The IBM announced the 5100 in 1975. It retailed for $8,975. Looks cool, maybe I should go out and buy one, I could use the exercise.

Saturday Fun: Mercury Cougar Commercial

Mercury Cougar Commercial starring Farrah Fawcett as she drives to the beach.

Direct Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofaCGy-wVV0

Saturday Fun: Pepto Bismol “Politics for Dinner” Commercial

Could have been filmed yesterday. Pepto Bismol.

Saturday Fun: Airline Commercial

Hot stews, hot outfits, free drinks. Remember air travel before shoe bombers and cavity scans, paying for pillows and your bags. Lets go back to the 70’s.

Saturday Fun: 1975 Chrysler Cordoba

1975 Chrysler Cordoba with spokesman Ricardo Montalban, the man that put "Rich Corinthian leather" into the lexicon. Rest in Peace my friend.

Saturday Fun: Arnold Schwarzenegger Mr. Olympia 1975

Arnold Schwarzenegger Mr. Olympia 1975. This is from the movie "Pumping Iron".