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Sammy & Me
Sammy & Me
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Released by Dooly Inc. on August 25, 1965

Directed By
Larry Ruperts
Jack Warner

Animated By
Wesley Palmer
Simon Pitt
William Scott

Music
Roger Roger

Voices
Mel Blanc as Ren Hoek
Scatman Crothers as Sammy Mantis Jr.
Don Messick as Stimpy

NOTE: The last Ren & Stimpy theatrical short ever produced​
 
I have no idea how this is a timeline at all
It is actually a pop culture timeline made by myself. It mainly consists of fictional movies, TV shows and other stuff like video games, sporting events, and other news. More movies and TV series are yet to be uploaded on this timeline.
 
I have no idea how this is a timeline at all
Well surprise it does exist this was also inspired by @OldNavy1988’s as dreamers do or American magic as well as maybe a few guest post that might be done on other alternate timelines that have pop culture themes speaking of guest posts Alt would you be up for some of the marvel amd DC posts if I guest posted on those sections
 
Well surprise it does exist this was also inspired by @OldNavy1988’s as dreamers do or American magic as well as maybe a few guest post that might be done on other alternate timelines that have pop culture themes speaking of guest posts Alt would you be up for some of the marvel amd DC posts if I guest posted on those sections
That's a good idea! Guest posters are always welcome! And for your information, we are currently near the end of 1965. You can also come up with non-superhero movies as well like action movies, drama movies, and comedy movies or even a TV sitcom series!
 
Ren & Stimpy are comin' back.
Ren & Stimpy are comin' back.
Everyone's favorite cat & chihuahua duo is coming back in their first TV series, "The Ren & Stimpy Show" featuring brand new friends.
 
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Batman Ad
12 September 1965
from the producers of the green hornet comes the next big action adventure phenomenon to hit the United States since the UK’s avengers Adam west Burt Ward Ceaser Romero and Julie Newmar in Batman sundays at 6 PM 5 PM central on CBS
 
12 September 1965
from the producers of the green hornet comes the next big action adventure phenomenon to hit the United States since the UK’s avengers Adam west Burt Ward Ceaser Romero and Julie Newmar in Batman sundays at 6 PM 5 PM central on CBS
Well done! Keep up the good work!
 
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The Avengers (1965)
The Avengers
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Premiered by 20th Century Fox on October 11, 1965

Directed By
Gerry Anderson
Sylvia Anderson

Screenplay by
Terry Southern
Gerry Anderson
Sylvia Anderson

Based on
"The Avengers" by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby

Music
Barry Gray

Cast
Robert Redford as Captain America
Peter O'Toole as Iron Man
Charlton Heston as Thor
Paul Newman as Bruce Banner
Brad Harris as Hulk
Peter Sellers as Ant-Man & Giant Man (Hank Pym)
Steve McQueen as Hawkeye
Julie Christie as The Wasp
Christopher Lee as Loki


NOTE: This was Gerry & Sylvia's only work produced and made in North America and their first movie in live-action.​
 
The Ren & Stimpy Show
The Ren & Stimpy Show
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Premiered on ABC on January 15, 1966

Based On
"Ren & Stimpy" by Larry Ruperts & Jack Warner

Music
Philip Green
William Loose
Emil Cadkin

Voices
Mel Blanc as Ren Hoek, Jasper
Don Messick as Stimpy
Daws Butler as Mr. Horse
Paul Frees as Haggis McHaggis, Announcer
John McLeish* as Wilbur Cobb (S1-Early S4)
Jack Carter as Wilbur Cobb (S4-S18)
Dal McKennon as Jimmy the Idiot Boy
Jack Mercer as George Liquor

The Segments

George Jackal & Dingo

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Voices
Paul Frees as George Jackal
June Foray as Dingo
Don Messick as Narrator
Walker Edmiston as Dastardly Dan

Powdered Toast Man
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Voices
Paul Frees as Narrator
Gary Owens as Powdered Toast Man
Paul Winchell as Dr. Dynamite
Jean Vander Pyl as Waffle Woman
Arnold Stang as Muddy Mudskipper

Mr. Billion: The World's Most Richest Man
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Voices
Paul Frees as Mr. Billion, Sir Consworth the Butler
June Foray as Mandy the Maid
Bill Scott as Monsieur Pierre, French Millionaire

NOTE: John McLeish died during Season 4. Jack Carter took his place.​
 
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Batman (1966)
8 September 1966
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Batman
creator/producer William Dozier
stars Adam West Burt Ward Burges Meridith Frank Gorshin Julie Newmar and many others
Network CBS
duration 8 September 1966 to 15 January 1974
seasons 6
 
Dr. Crazy's Fabulous Invention
Professor Crazy's Fabulous Invention
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Premiered by MGM on March 11, 1966

Directed By
Jerry Lewis

Screenplay by
Jerry Lewis
Bill Richmond

Music
Georgie Stoll

Cast
Jerry Lewis as Bob Crazy
Marvin Kaplan as Glenn Crazy
Art Carney as Professor Melvin Cell
Jayne Mansfield as Connie Cooney
Jimmy Durante as Morris The Old Man​
 
Four's A Crowd
Four's A Crowd
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Premiered by Warner Bros. on May 19, 1966

Directed By
Blake Edwards

Produced by
Phil Feldman

Screenplay by
Frank Pierson

Music
Nelson Riddle
Songs: Jack Urbont

Cast
Spencer Tracy as Jonesy Arnoldson
George O'Hanlon as Moe Burton
Walter Matthau as Harold Bailey
Fred Astaire as Trevor Franks
Penny Singleton as Dana Bloom
Phil Silvers as Frederick Samson
Andy Griffith as Game Show Host​
 
Stranger In The City
Stranger In The City
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Premiered by United Artists on July 9, 1966

Directed By
Alfred Hitchcock

Produced by
Alfred Hitchcock

Screenplay by
Evan Hunter
Ernest Lehman

Music
Laurie Johnson

Cast
Cary Grant as Horace Peters
Russell Johnson as Terry Gillmore
Katharine Hepburn as Jenna Moore
James Stewart as Mel Taylor
Jack Nicholson as Police Officer​
 
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