Sir Graves and Bill Kennedy
Bill Kennedy at the Movies. If you grew up in Detroit, up through the 70's, you spent your weekend days with Bill. He taught us all about the classics: ...
WKBD Detroit 1980: Bill Kennedy At The Movies
Sir Graves Ghastly and Bill Kennedy, two Detroit Movie Host Legends. Sir Graves' folded forefinger was painted with eyes & the thumb was a moving m…
Bill Kennedy was in Hollywood hog heaven when celebrities visited his show!
Bill Kennedy at the Movies (TV Series 1956– ) - Bill Kennedy at the Movies (TV Series 1956– ) - User Reviews - IMDb
Vintage TV CKLW-TV Channel 9 Windsor-Detroit R.K.O. Bud Davies Bill Kennedy Toby
Bill Kennedy and toupee heading into their last hurrah!
Gable's acting wasn't as good as my Grandma Leone remembered!
Sir Graves Ghastly, Host of Detroit TV horror movie show in the '70's.
Before there was TCM, syndicated stations like TV 50 showed the classics.
Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton were in their "breaking up/together again" heyday, which gave Bill Kennedy a field day!
WKBD 50 News update & Bill Kennedy 1979
Bill Kennedy, far right, in his biggest role, 'Operation Tokyo,' with Cary Grant.
Bill Bonds was 'such a dynamo,' Diana Lewis recalls
April 3, 1977 WKBD-50 (Detroit) commercials
Count Scary Halloween Too Intro - 1983 WDIV Channel 4 Detroit Television - Vampire Horror Film Host
... Once in a great city 9781476748399 hr back
Bill Rauhauser, Untitled (Doris Reading), c. 1950 (printed in 2008
A History of Detroit Television: Tim Kiska, Sonny Eliot: 9781879094703: Amazon.com: Books
Bowl for Kids' Sake - BCBSM/BCN 2018 Fundraising Campaign for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit - Giveffect, Inc.
Cary Loren's '70s Super-8mm Michigan
In this July 1967 file photo, a National Guardsman stands at a Detroit intersection during riots in the city. Detroit wasn't the first of the riots in the ...
Detroit Television (Images of America): Tim Kiska, Ed Golick: 9780738577074: Amazon.com: Books
Robert F. Kennedy, Detroit, 1968. (Image credit: Andrew Sacks.
Woman on Bus (Woodward Avenue Bus, Detroit) | Detroit Institute of Arts Museum
Former President John F. Kennedy's one-liner, from his 1961 inaugural address, was an armed forces ...
WKNR Keener 13 Bumper Sticker (MCRFB A Day Of Tragedy)
Detroit Baby Boomers will fondly remember Motor City icons like Farmer Jack, Bill Kennedy, Count Scary, and Milky the Clown.
From Detroit to the Bulge: Priceless Snapshots of One Soldier's Journey Across Europe
Once in a great city 9781476748399 hr ...
Roy Frederick Bleim was born in Detroit, Michigan on September 21, 1929 to John and Lucille (Kemp) Bleim. He passed away peacefully in Superior Township, ...
My father was the Promotions manager and manager of WKBD during Mr. Kennedy's stay at ch 50…I will never forget as a young boy having Mr. Kennedy drive his ...
The Crazy Wisdom Community Journal Southeastern Michigan's Conscious Living Magazine September THROUGH December 2017 - Issue 67 FREE
TV memories 70's - 80's - Flint & Detroit
Representative John Conyers' 50 Years Congress, Jan 7 2015 | Video | C-SPAN.org
courtesy of The Detroit News
Online archive documenting the story of folk music collector Peter Kennedy
Bill Rauhauser, Untitled (Woman on Crutches, Detroit), c. 1970 (
Our Miss Michigan ~ Heather Kendrick at the International Auto Show, Detroit Michigan. Thank you Bill Lee for another wonderful photo .
A Newscast for the Masses: The History of Detroit Television News (Great Lakes Books
Bill Kennedy (actor) - Bill Kennedy as the racetrack announcer in Adventures of Superman
Former Western Michigan basketball player and Detroit native Andre Ricks now runs an AAU program in
DETROIT JAZZ documenting the legacy of Gretchen Valade (hardcover)
The oldest hat retailer in the United States, Henry the Hatter "has lost its lease and must close" its downtown Detroit location, a news release announced ...
La Porte County Symphony Orchestra updated their cover photo.
Picture of Rob and Bob Allison
Detroit Matchbook Cover Memories
Andrew T. Hatcher, associate White House press secretary, the first black man to
Courtesy of Bill Rauhauser
Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on September 13, 1976 · Page 23
ossipgabrilowitsch Walk In The Footsteps Of Detroits Historical and Important Figures
What Were Your Favorite Detroit-area. RESTAURANTS / DELIs / LOUNGES / BAKERIES between 1950-1979?
On The Eve of Movement, DJ Carl Craig Ushers In New Era At The Detroit Historical Society
Kennedy enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps in January, 1942 at age 18, shortly after graduating from the University of Detroit Jesuit High School at an age ...
RFK in Detroit, May 15, 1968. (Image credit: Andrew Sacks.
January 2, 1977 WKBD-50 commercials
In 1967, officials thought Detroit's progressive reputation could save it from the civil unrest ripping apart other cities. They were wrong.
Main thing I remember about the '60s (other than The Andy Griffith Show!) was Lou Gordon giving his weekly take on matters, especially in July of 1967.
THE DETROIT FREE PRESS: Wednesday, July 26, 1967 (click on image 2x
Detroit Memories T-Shirts!
Detroit Free Press, Tuesday, November 26, 1963.
Turnaround Pistons Team Looks to Stay the Course on Heels of Leader's Injury
Does anyone have any information on the Temple Theatre that was connected to the old Elks temple? Where was this located? I haven't seen it mentioned in ...