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My grandmother was in an episode of Candid Camera in the 60's. Is there a way to get a copy of that so we can share it with her great grandchildren and great great grandchildren?

Admin reply: The official website of Candid Camera sells a 10 DVD package of episodes of course there is no guarantee that the one your grandmother was on will be included. Check out youtube as they have some episodes posted.

Carl


Added: April 20, 2014
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Got my license plate form the 60's with Chickenman's picture and the radio call letters! Love Chickenman.

Admin reply: He's everywhere, he's everywhere, Cheryl.

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Added: April 20, 2014
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This is a groovy website! Lol! :!cool:

Admin reply: Glad you enjoy it Karen.

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Added: April 19, 2014
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Enjoying the site and sharing it with others. Thanks for all the good memories it brings. :!inlove:

Admin reply: You are welcome Leon.

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Added: April 18, 2014
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Nifty site, thank you.

Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by John.

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Added: April 18, 2014
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I remember my first car I drove was my Mothers 65 Rambler Ambassador with the push-button automatic transmission.
My favorite thing was standing in line at the local Dairy Queen on a warm summers eve with my Dad. :p

Admin reply: Thanks for sharing your memories with us Andrew.

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Added: April 15, 2014
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Very good site ... I've come here looking for music of the 60's ... I'll go exploring, congratulations! Greetings :)

Admin reply: Thanks for stopping Miguel.

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Added: April 14, 2014
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hello,was 2+2=? popular in the 60's the bob seger system

Admin reply: This was Seger's first release on Capitol Records, where Seger relocated after the Cameo-Parkway label shut down. It was issued in January, 1968, and got some traction as part of the anti-war movement, but Seger was unknown in most major cities outside of Michigan, so places like San Francisco which were embracing protest songs didn't get to hear it. It wasn't until the mid-'70s that Seger made a national impact.

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Added: April 11, 2014
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So many good memories! And a few not so good, but all in all, to me, the 60s are golden. I live in Jacksonville, FL but grew up in the small town of Christiansburg, VA. It was kind of like Mayberry in the Andy Griffith Show. I can relate to almost everything here the the 60s Official Site.

Admin reply: Memories are what we do and I hope we brought some of them back Bill.

Carl


Added: April 11, 2014
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:) great site

Admin reply: Thank you Freddy.

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Added: April 10, 2014
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