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Tag Archives: 1960s

Hey There, Georgy Girl

Mitzi Gaynor made a splash at the 1967 Academy Awards doing a dazzling, orange and pink-hued production number to “Georgy Girl.” Now that a YouTube user has posted it, we can all delight in its ’60s deliciousness (thanks to Lady Bunny). This number was so popular that it led Mitzi into a series of successful TV specials for the next ten years, covered in her DVD Razzle Dazzle! The Special Years.

See also — Scrubbles.net: The Lady with the Gorgeous Gams.

Binder, Maurice Binder

I’ve been checking out a lot of favorite 1960s movie title sequences lately. Today’s neat discovery: a YouTube user has strung together all of the James Bond franchise title sequences so you can see how they developed over time. The first group below includes titles from Dr. No, From Russia with Love and Goldfinger — all designed by Maurice Binder (not true, actually; see comments). Binder designed the credits on all 007 franchise films released up to his death in 1991. Even the more recent Bond titles owe a huge debt to his seductive imagery.

Whitest People You Know

Nino Tempo, April Stevens and a bevy of go-go dancers perform “Land of 1,000 Dances” in a Scopitone clip. I wish the quality was better so we could better appreciate those pastel colors.

Seasons Greetings from CBS

An elegant animated holiday message from CBS, designed by famed illustrator R.O. Blechman. This is from 1966, folks. Can you imagine today’s “grab ’em by the eyeballs” TV network marketers doing something this simple and unassuming? Neither can I.