From The Archives: In which Pat Sajak signs off Wheel of Fortune with the removal of his pants.
From The Archives: Says the person who submitted this mid-50's photo of a dog dressed up in people clothes holding a cat: "I hooked a coat hanger over his collar to form shoulders, and newspaper stuffed into his trousers."
Before you judge, consider this: What else was there to do for fun in the 50's?
From The Archives: Newly restored footage from inside Disneyland, c. 1957 -- two years after the park first opened to the public.
Disney historian Paul F. Anderson writes:
This video is taken from some 1957 pro-stock that I've owned for years. The transfer was done on a Spirit DataCine (i.e. the same machine that Ken Burns uses to transfer his
From The Archives: "Ninjas were assassins, they were mercenaries, they were not good people, they were not heroes": A panel of Canadian Christians decries the anti-Christian message of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (among other pop-culture proselytizers) in the early-90s propaganda film Not Just Fun and Games.
Letter Of Note of the Day: A slightly singed letter to Santa stashed inside a chimney by siblings a century ago was discovered by the Dublin man who currently lives in their former home.
"I want a baby doll and a waterproof with a hood and a pair of gloves and a toffee apple and a gold penny and a silver sixpence and a long toffee," reads the letter penned in 1911 by brother