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South of the Border: 1961

South of the Border: 1961

"Acapulco, 1961." James Coburn and Ralph Taeger in our second publicity still from this short-lived NBC series. Somewhere over the horizon: a shipwrecked Newton Minow. 4x5 negative from the Publicity Dept. archive. View full size.

 

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Hourglass figures

with some of the sand shifting to the bottom. (Yes, it is an old groaner but what do you want, egg in your beer? I'm an old groaner too).

No Zonks Here

Will it be Door Number 1, Door Number 2, or Door Number 3?

I don't care, Monty. Let's Make a Deal.

Who are the three stage props?

Checking out the TV series (which I have zero recollection of as a kid) on IMDb and Wikipedia I cannot see anything about who the three fairly familiar looking women are in the pub shots.

Well, the first photo helps a little better than this one but any ID info anyone?

It's all about that bass

Even in the Sixties.

Wasteland

Newton Minow's vast wasteland is only half-vast in this shot, since most of it is a painted backdrop.

Juicy Fruit

Seeing this photo reminds me that I have to pick up some pears at the market today.

Lost

Is it possible to view this short-lived show anywhere? Could not find it on YouTube.

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