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Chuck Schaden’s MEMORY LANE Podcast – January, 2018

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REMEMBERING TIME and watching the clock with records and recollections of fleeting moments from the past. Taking the tunnel of time to yesterday are Ella Fitzgerald, Kay Kyser, Perry Como, Jimmy Durante, Frank Sinatra, Georgia Gibbs, Bill Haley and the Comets and many others.

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E-X-P-A-N-D your Memory Lane Podcast experience when you visit these links for more time travel:

BILL HALEY AND THE COMETS on American Bandstand in 1955. “Rock Around the Clock.”

COKE TIME starring Eddie Fisher in a complete 15-minute program, telecast in 1954. Eddie sings “Anytime” and other hits.

FRANK SINATRA sings “Time After Time” in a clip from the 1947 film, “It Happened in Brooklyn.”

HAROLD LLOYD’S iconic scene from the 1923 film “Safety Last.” This is one of the most famous images from the silent film era with Lloyd clutching the hands of a large clock from the outside of a skyscraper.

PERRY COMO sings “Till the End of Time” in a 1956 TV appearance.

JUDY GARLAND sings “I’m Bidin’ My Time” in a clip from the 1943 film “Girl Crazy” with a cast of talented young performers, including Mickey Rooney.

RACING WITH THE CLOCK” production number from the 1957 film “Pajama Game” featuring Eddie Foy Jr. and a great cast.

SCENE FROM THE 1950 movie “I’ll Get By” featuring June Haver, Gloria DeHaven and Dan Dailey singing and dancing to “It’s Been a Long, Long Time.”

THE PLATTERS sing “Twilight Time” in a 1958 TV appearance.

THE THREE SUNS original recording of “Twilight Time” from 1944.

THE SYNCOPATED CLOCK by LeRoy Anderson, performed by Mr. Anderson and his Pops Concert Orchestra against a background of larger-than-life timepieces provided by Nigel Fowler Sutton.