D. Van Dyke on the D. Cavett Show (November 14, 1974)

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D. Van Dyke on the D. Cavett Show (November 14, 1974)

Post by Brendan72 » Tue Jul 02, 2019 1:51 am

Note the date. It is not related to Amityville per se except for the date and year. If you appreciate the topic of the interview then great. It definitely gives a feel of how television was around that time and also makes me feel how it has changed:

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Post by [DarkDhalia] » Sun Jan 19, 2020 4:44 pm

I like how it gives you the feel of the era especially if you don’t remember or weren’t alive at that point. What made me open my eyes and get a feel of the era was the song that Ronnie sr wrote and was performed by joe smith it’s called “one is a lonesome number” he had joe smith perform it when he was going through a break up with Louise and wanted to win her back I believe it was after he pushed her down the stairs with the laundry basket. Thanks for sharing

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Post by msmart112 » Sun Jan 19, 2020 10:55 pm

DarkDhalia wrote:What made me open my eyes and get a feel of the era was the song that Ronnie sr wrote and was performed by joe smith it’s called “one is a lonesome number” he had joe smith perform it when he was going through a break up with Louise and wanted to win her back I believe it was after he pushed her down the stairs with the laundry basket. Thanks for sharing
Nice try troll...it was a different Ronnie DeFeo...and he wrote the music...not the words.

Get a life.

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