wins my vote for the greatest commercials of all time - NYC dude for sure
"Crazy" Eddie Antar was later jailed for fraud
Remember when we paid every bill with a check. There were no debit cards, there was no direct deposit, there was no electronic payments. If you paid a bill, you wrote a check, stuck it in an envelope and put a stamp on it. I haven't mailed a letter in over 10 years. I have no idea what postage is now. I suspect .60 or $0.65. If you're under the age of 25 chances are you've never written a check in your life and probably never will.
I write exactly one check a year, $880 for a year's worth for my storage unit. That place is so antiquated they don't take debit cards.
On a side note, I read recently that babies born today may never need to learn how to drive. By the time they're 18 years old, we should all have self driving vehicles.
a must for every secretary and boss pre-computer
"Thriller" was another good one from back in the day - hosted by Boris Karloff who got famous playing Frankenstein
this one features a hot 60s style babe as the cheating wife
the other link is to "Chiller" - yet another one that I used to waste time with as a kid
Naked City was a really high quality production serial from around 1961.
No wonder she got pissed when I asked her to change something, she had to start over again and retype it.
Similarly, there used to be a court stenographer present during all on the record court proceedings, taking everything down in their shorthand and later typing it up for the record; now it is all on video.