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Monday Night Football On September 21, 1970, ABC and the NFL teamed up to find out if America was ready for some more football. The answer was a resounding yes, resulting in a ratings juggernaut. One of the secrets to its early success was the contrast between erudite sportscaster Howard Cosell, center, and folksy former quarterback "Dandy" Don Meredith, right. They started with Keith Jackson, left, who was replaced in 1971 by Frank Gifford.
The end of variety The Beatles kicked off the British Invasion in 1964 on "The Ed Sullivan Show," a highly rated variety show. By the 1970s, the traditional variety format was in steep decline, all but gone from prime time by the end of the decade. Among its notable late incarnations were "The Flip Wilson Show" (1970 74) ,"Donny Marie" (1976 79) and "The Sonny Cher Comedy Hour" (1971 74, pictured), which was later revived as "The Sonny Cher Show" after the pair's much publicized divorce.
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all gone ABC's coverage of the Munich Olympics in 1972 was interrupted when Black September, a Palestinian terrorist group, took 11 members of the Israeli delegation hostage. Sportscaster Jim McKay anchored 14 hours of live coverage of the crisis, culminating in his report that all the hostages were dead. "In life, your greatest fears and your greatest hopes are seldom realized," McKay told a stunned nation. "Our worst fears have been realized tonight."
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Hawkeye, Trapper John and Hot Lips Inspired by the 1970 Robert Altman film, the CBS sitcom "MASH" chronicled the highs and lows of an copy bvlgari serpenti bracelet American mobile army surgical hospital unit in South Korea. Though set during the Korean War, "MASH" was seen by many as an allegory for the Vietnam War, which was still being waged when the series premiered on September 17, 1972. The series ran for 11 seasons. Its final episode, "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen," was watched by a record setting audience of nearly 106 million viewers.
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And then came The fourth CBS comedy to make this gallery and the second from producer Norman Lear, "Maude" (1972 1978) starred Bea Arthur as an outspoken feminist about as far to the left as Archie Bunker was to the right. The series was a spinoff of "All in the Family," where the character first appeared as Edith Bunker's cousin, a natural foil to Archie. Like its predecessor, "Maude" dealt with issues considered taboo for television, most notably abortion in serpenti leather bracelet imitation the two part episode "Maude's Dilemma." CBS affiliates in many parts of the country refused to air the episode.
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Return of the King On January 14, imitation serpenti leather bracelet 1973, Elvis Presley wished the world "Aloha from Hawaii." The concert special aired live via satellite to more than 40 countries and an audience of more than 1 billion, its promoters claimed. Unfortunately for Elvis' fans on the mainland, the United States was not among those watching live because the show took place on the same day as Super Bowl VII. The concert was eventually broadcast in an expanded version in April. The bulgari serpenti bracelet price imitation soundtrack album reached No. 1 on Billboard's charts. It was the King of Rock 'n' Roll's last album to reach No. 1 in his lifetime.
1"Welcome Back, Kotter" premiered on September 9, 1975, unleashing a charismatic young actor named John Travolta on the world. Travolta, second from left, played Vinnie Barbarino, one of the "Sweathogs," a group of underachieving high school students under the tutelage of former Sweathog turned wisecracking teacher, Mr. Kotter. The show's theme song, John Sebastian's "Welcome Back," reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on May 8, 1976.
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