John Steed besucht in der Serie von 1965 Emma Peel zum ersten Mal. Mit einer einmaligen Nah-Einstellung . . .
This video is inspired by ‘The Forget-Me-Knot’, which of course is bittersweet as it’s the last episode featuring Emma Peel. Steed and Mrs Peel had such a special bond throughout their time together on the show and I just wanted to explore this nostalgia from Emma’s perspective as she bids farewell. What does she think about leaving? And would she ever come back?... I think they were the best partnership on the show, and Patrick and Diana certainly had a great friendship and affection for each other which is evident in their final scenes together. I will have some more classic movie videos coming up soon. It’s been a while but I have a few ideas in the works.
the kinks- you really got me
When Honor Blackman wasn't available to continue with her co starring role,because she was working on the 3rd James Bond flick,Goldfinger, the producers of the British cult TV show The Avengers were casting around for a new lady to partner John Steed.They purposely sought someone with Man Appeal which they shortened to M appeal and they got it in spades when they hired Diana Rigg.The M Appeal became her name and thus was born Emma Peel.
Steed goes to summon Mrs Peel - to dinner, not a case, but she's already needed - elsewhere! Longer version showing the drive to Fitzroy Lane, and final departure of Steed. http://sh.st/kF9B4 for more... (c) Studio Canal, used here under fair use and with permission from Canal+ Image UK
Compilation of several classic 60's television shows with Let's Dance by Chris Montez(1962). The Sixties TV show clips include: The Avengers (Diana Rigg, Patrick Macnee) The Andy Griffith Show (Don Knotts) The Addams Family (Carolyn Jones, John Astin) The Dick Van Dyke Show (Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore) Gomer Pyle USMC (Jim Nabors) The Patty Duke Show (Patty Duke) The Doris Day Show (Doris Day) Gidget (Sally Field) Batman (Adam West, Victor Buono, Ziva Rodann) Bewitched (Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York, Joy Harmon) Gilligan's Island (Tina Louise, Bob Denver) I Dream of Jeannie (Barbara Eden) Mr. Ed (Alan Young) The Beverly Hillbillies (Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, Max Baer, Bea Benaderet, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs) That Girl (Marlo Thomas, Slim Pickens)
"You Really Got Me" is a song written by Ray Davies for the Kinks. The song, originally performed in a more blues-oriented style, was inspired by artists such as Lead Belly and Big Bill Broonzy. Although it was rumoured that future Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page had performed the song's guitar solo, the myth has since been proven false. "You Really Got Me" was built around power chords (perfect fifths and octaves) and heavily influenced later rock musicians, particularly in the genres of heavy metal and punk rock. Built around a guitar riff played by Dave Davies, the song's lyrics were described by Dave as "a love song for street kids." "You Really Got Me" was released on 4 August 1964 as The Kinks's third single, and reached number one on the UK singles chart the next month, remaining for two weeks. The song became the group's breakthrough hit; it established them as one of the top British Invasion acts in the United States, reaching number seven there later in the year. "You Really Got Me" was later included on the Kinks' debut album, Kinks. The song was covered by American rock band Van Halen in 1978, peaking at 36 on the Billboard Hot 100.
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