The Absent-Minded Professor was such a big success at the Box Office for Disney in 1961 that it became the first Disney movie to have spawned a sequel: 1963’s Son of Flubber.
This is the famous “bouncing” scene from the film (funny, but a little long…):
Today if you told your non-foodie dinner guests you were serving this, they’d likely say “You’re giving us ass-what?” Yes, aspic was a popular dish in the 60s. It’s made from congealed meat stock that is used to encase other foods like eggs, shown in this picture.
Wondering what to wear to the OC Blogger Bash coming up on October 9, 2011? Look no further: Queen of Heartz knows all about the period and creates clothing that’ll make you look like a modern member of the Draper Family! Recently, MomsLA co-Founders Elise Derby, Yvonne Condes and Sarah Auerswald got all gussied up for the big Bash by Letty Tennant and her Queen of Heartz team. Take a look!
What are YOU wearing to the OC Blogger Bash?
It’s always so much fun to sit around and have coffee with your girlfriends – and with the OC Blogger Bash coming up on October 9th, there’s so much to talk about: what to wear, what the prizes will be like, what the entertainment will be like, what to wear…
Get out your combs ladies and start back ratting. What is that? Think back to your mother or your grandmother. Take portions of your hair, hold it straight up in the air, then take a comb and brush each section backward. Once your entire head is a total “rats nest” Shape it into the above.
This movie was a big hit for Disney, grossing over $6 Million when it was released in 1961.
Peanut Butter Candy was a popular treat for kids in the 1960s and so was Peter Pan Peanut Butter. It’s the P-Nuttiest according to this commercial from the ’60s.