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Category Archives: stupid videos
Just in time to ring out the old year … a VERY jazzy disco-fab Love WIll Keep Us Together … starring (brace yourselves) Ginger Rogers! But it’s the guy dancers who are the total package!
… which is actually more like how to make your hamster relax so much he/she becomes quite flat. (with extremely engaging Engrish subtitles)
Just in time for the weekend: It’s our favorite “interpreter” of Beatles songs doing Eleanor Rigby in a way you can never forget (no matter how hard you try)
Back by popular demand (I’m looking at YOU, Craig Downey!), it’s Raffaella Carrà doing her inimitable version of Eleanor Rigby …
Prepare yourselves. It’s Raffaella Carrà straight from 1978 performing a rather interesting medley of Beatles hits. It’s painful ( … but peppy!).
Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman et. al. as you’ve never seen them before! (Unless you’re a fan of disco. And Italian television …)
From the magic that was 80s Italian kiddie television . . . it’s disco-ing super heroes! (And Bozo too!)
A Turkish SWAT team tries to knock down a door (“tries” is the key word here . . . ) and finally gets in — although not the way they expected.
Reasons to miss the 70s: Disco dancers clad in Harvest Gold and Avocado … much like kitchen appliances
Not to mention truly energetic dance moves and a catchy song. So, without further ado, we present “Hi Jack,” by Spanish disco sensation Barrabas!
There’s a right way and a wrong way to prune a tree that has fallen. This, needless to say, is the wrong way . . .