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Welcome to “Remember This.” Everything from The Beatles, The Stones, JFK, Area 51, Frank Sinatra, The Rat Pack, Roswell 1947, Elvis, Aliens, UFO's the Counter Culture and more...
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Remember This Phil Adair

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Welcome to “Remember This.” Everything from The Beatles, The Stones, JFK, Area 51, Frank Sinatra, The Rat Pack, Roswell 1947, Elvis, Aliens, UFO's the Counter Culture and more...
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    #202: Marvin Gaye-The Untold Story

    #202: Marvin Gaye-The Untold Story

    Marvin Gaye has often been referred to as a musical genius. Gaye is credited for helping shape the sound of Motown music and earned the nicknames the Prince of Soul and the Prince of Motown. 
    When Marvin Gaye's record "What's Going On" came out in 1971, unemployment was at a high of 6%, people were protesting police brutality, and Americans were angry over the Vietnam War.
    "What's Going On" reflected those times with laser-sharp precision, and has gone on to become Motown's biggest commercial success.
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    • 17 min
    #203: Clark Gable - The Untold Truth

    #203: Clark Gable - The Untold Truth

    Dubbed the “King of Hollywood,” 'Gone with the Wind' actor Clark Gable epitomised Hollywood's Golden Age, and was a legend for his on- and off-screen romances.
    Clark Gable initially had a hard time getting Hollywood roles due to his big ears. However, after signing with MGM, he was cast alongside stars like Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford, and his popularity soared. He hit box-office gold with such films as It Happened One Night and Gone with the Wind. His final film, The Misfits, was also Marilyn Monroe’s last film.
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    #201: Bon Scott - AC/DC Former Lead Vocalist's Mysterious Death

    #201: Bon Scott - AC/DC Former Lead Vocalist's Mysterious Death

    As vocalist with Australian rock band AC/DC, Bon Scott played a critical role in the band’s journey from suburban hotels to international stadiums. On the night of February 19, 1980,  Scott, climbed into the backseat of a parked car in London. Scott had always been a heavy drinker, even by rockstar standards.

    On this particular night, he’d been indulging his habit in a local club. A bit worse for wear, Scott quickly passed out after his friends left him there to sleep it off. When they returned to the car the next morning, Scott was dead. Since then, questions about what exactly happened that night have persisted, challenging the legacy of one of rock’s most beloved bands.
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    #200: John Belushi (What Happened John?)

    #200: John Belushi (What Happened John?)

    Ever since he was found dead in the Chateau Marmont hotel in Hollywood, his heart stopped by an overdose of cocaine and heroin, John Belushi has become synonymous with hedonism, appetite and excess – not dissimilar to his memorably greedy character Bluto in Animal House. Belushi was at the height of his career in 1982, which is a dangerous place to be.

    Everyone wanted to be his friend, and nobody wanted to tell him no. Belushi needed someone to tell him to take a break, step away from the party, or at least slow down. His consumption of narcotics, especially cocaine, has become only more infamous since he died. This is thanks in no small part to Wired, the biography published shortly after his death, written by Bob Woodward, which laid out in deadening detail how much cocaine Belushi took and when.
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    • 16 min
    #199: The Wizard Of Oz - Was It Cursed?

    #199: The Wizard Of Oz - Was It Cursed?

    Few films enjoy the cult status and enduring popularity like The Wizard of Oz. This 1939 American musical fantasy by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) is considered one of the greatest cinema masterpieces in history.
    However, when it came to creating the movie, everything wasn’t rainbows and poppy fields. On Aug. 15, 1939, Hollywood premiere of the film classic The Wizard of Oz, the story of a tornado that hits Kansas and transports a young girl named Dorothy, played by Judy Garland, to a magical place called Oz, where she embarks on a journey to track down the wizard who can help her go home.
    MGM had pulled out all of the stops for the movie, spending $3 million (about $55 million today), desperate to match the commercial success of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. And it worked: The film won two Academy Awards for its music — “Over the Rainbow” won best original song and made Judy Garland famous— in addition to earning nominations for best picture, best cinematography, art direction and special effects. Commercially speaking it made decent money when it was released, but made even more money after CBS aired it for the first time on Nov. 3, 1956.
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    • 16 min
    #198: Burt Reynolds - The Untold Story

    #198: Burt Reynolds - The Untold Story

    The mustache, the smirk, the dimples, and the apple-seed eyes - these 8 x 10 glossy attributes were the late Burt Reynolds’ impish stock and trade. He was, in short, a one-size-fits-all movie star straight out of old Hollywood. His easygoing nature and ladies' man reputation made him enormously popular with audiences, which he parlayed into a string of popular comedies and action films through the 1970s and '80s.
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