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Blast to the Past with "The Early Show"

"The Early Show" is Going Back in Time. Check Out Some Famous Faces and Big Events From the Years They're Revisiting

















1967




President: Lyndon B. Johnson

Vice President: Herbert Humphrey

Supreme Court Chief Justice: Earl Warren

Winner & MVP World Series: St. Louis Cardinals, Bob Gibson

Winner & MVP NBA Championship: Philadelphia 76ers, Wilt Chamberlain

Winner & MVP Stanley Cup: Toronto Mable Leaves, Dave Keon

Winner & MVP Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers, Bart Starr

Kentucky Derby Winner: Proud Clarion



Photos: Trekking Back to 1967

Remembering Love and War: 1967

Relics of 1967

"My Three Sons" Cast Reunite

"Hair" Revives 1967 Energy




Oscar for Best Picture: "A Man for All Seasons"

Oscar for Director: Fred Zinnemann, "A Man for All Seasons"

Oscar for Best Actor: Paul Scofield, "A Man for All Seasons"

Oscar for Best Actress: Elizabeth Taylor, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

Tony Award for Best Play: "The Homecoming"

Tony Award for Best Musical: "Cabaret"

Grammy Album of the Year: Frank Sinatra, "Strangers in the Night"

Grammy Single of the Year: The Beatles, "Michelle"

Grammy Artist of the Year: None

Nobel Peace Prize Winner: Not Awarded

Time Magazine's Person of the Year: Lyndon B. Johnson

Large Scale Natural Disasters: Caracas Earthquake, Koynanagar Earthquake, Tasmanian Fires, Hurricane Beulah
























1954




President: Dwight D. Eisenhower

Vice President: Richard Nixon

Supreme Court Chief Justice: Earl Warren

Winner & MVP World Series: New York Giants, MVP's not awarded at this time

Winner & MVP NBA Championship: Minneapolis Lakers, No MVP

Winner & MVP Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings, No MVP

Winner & MVP Super Bowl: Cleveland Browns, No MVP (Called the NFL Championships then, not Super Bowl)

Kentucky Derby Winner: Determine



Photos: Remember 1954

Pieces of 1954's Past

Recalling 1954

Miss America Revisited

Mom and Her Gear: 1954 and Today

The Platters Still Serving Up Hits



Oscar for Best Picture: "From Here to Eternity"

Oscar for Director: Fred Zinnemann, "From Here to Eternity"

Oscar for Best Actor: William Holden, "Stalag 17"

Oscar for Best Actress: Audrey Hepburn, "Roman Holiday"
Tony Award for Best Play: "The Teahouse of the August Moon"
Tony Award for Best Musical: "Kismet"
Grammy Album of the Year: Didn't exist
Grammy Single of the Year: Didn't exist
Grammy Artist of the Year: Didn't exist
Nobel Peace Prize Winner: Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Time Magazine's Person of the Year: John Foster Dulles
Large Scale Natural Disasters: Hurricane Hazel, Yangtze River Floods, Blons Avalanches
























1983




President: Ronald Reagan

Vice President: George H. W. Bush

Supreme Court Chief Justice: Warren Earl Burger

Winner & MVP World Series: Baltimore Orioles, Rick Dempsey

Winner & MVP NBA Championship: Philadelphia 76ers, Moses Malone

Winner & MVP Stanley Cup: New York Islanders, Billy Smith

Winner & MVP Super Bowl: Washington Redskins, John Riggins

Kentucky Derby Winner: Sunny's Halo



Photos: Back to 1983!

Blasting Back in Time to 1983

1983: Year of Toys

Cool Gear of 1983

"Knots Landing" Cast Reunion

Pointer Sisters Push Forward



Oscar for Best Picture: "Gandhi"

Oscar for Director:Richard Attenborough, "Ghandi"

Oscar for Best Actor: Ben Kingsley, "Ghandi"

Oscar for Best Actress: Meryl Streep, "Sophie's Choice"

Tony Award for Best Play: "Torch Song Trilogy"

Tony Award for Best Musical: "Cats"

Grammy Album of the Year: Toto, "Toto IV"

Grammy Single of the Year: Willy Nelson, "Always on My Mind"

Grammy Artist of the Year: Men at Work

Nobel Peace Prize Winner: Lech Walesa

Time Magazine's Person of the Year: Ronald Reagan, Yuri Andropov

Large Scale Natural Disasters: Borah Peak Earthquake, Coalinga Earthquake, Paraguay Floods, South Florida Tornado Outbreak
























1990




President: George H.W. Bush

Vice President: Dan Quayle

Supreme Court Chief Justice: William H. Rehnquist

Winner & MVP World Series: Cincinnati Reds, Jose Rijo

Winner & MVP, NBA Championship: Detroit Pistons, Isiah Thomas

Winner & MVP Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers, Bill Ranford

Winner & MVP Super Bowl: San Francisco 49ers, Joe Montana

Kentucky Derby Winner: Unbridled



Photos: Back to 1990

Remembering 1990

Artifacts of 1990

1990 Quiz

Cast of "Murphy Brown" Unites

Chilling with Vanilla Ice



Oscar for Best Picture: "Dances with Wolves"

Oscar for Director: Kevin Costner, "Dances with Wolves"

Oscar for Best Actor: Robert DeNiro, "Taxi Driver"

Oscar for Best Actress: Kathy Bates, "Misery"

Tony Award for Best Play: "The Grapes of Wrath"

Tony Award for Best Musical: "City of Angels"

Grammy Album of the Year: Bonnie Raitt, "Nick of Time"

Grammy Single of the Year: Bette Midler, "Wind Beneath My Wings"

Grammy Artist of the Year: Milli Vanilli (Revoked)

Nobel Peace Prize Winner: Mikhail Gorbachev

Time Magazine's Person of the Year: George H.W. Bush

Large-Scale Natural Disasters: Luzon Earthquake; Plainfield Tornado; Manjil-Rudbar Earthquake
























1979




President: Jimmy Carter

Vice President: Walter Mondale

Supreme Court Chief Justice: Warren E. Burger

Winner & MVP, World Series: Pittsburgh Pirates, Willie Stargell

Winner & MVP, NBA Championship: Seattle SuperSonics, Dennis Johnson

Winner & MVP, Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens, Bob Gainey

Winner & MVP, Super Bowl: Pittsburgh Steelers, Terry Bradshaw

Kentucky Derby Winner: Spectacular Bid


Relics of '79!

Reflections on 1979

Popular Products of 1979

"Dallas" Reunited

1979 Memorable Ads

"Devil" Still Strong Since 1979

"Devil Went Down to Georgia


Oscar for Best Picture: "The Deer Hunter"

Oscar for Director: Michael Cimino, "The Deer Hunter"

Oscar for Best Actor: Jon Voight, "Coming Home"

Oscar for Best Actress: Jane Fonda, "Coming Home"

Tony Award for Best Play: "The Elephant Man"

Tony Award for Best Musical: "Sweeney Todd"

Grammy Album of the Year: Billy Joel, "Just the Way You Are"

Grammy Single of the Year: Billy Joel, "Just the Way You Are"

Grammy Artist of the Year: A Taste of Honey

Nobel Peace Prize Winner: Mother Teresa

Time Magazine's Person of the Year: Ayatollah Khomeini

Large-Scale Natural Disasters: Chicago Blizzard of 1979; Woodstock, Ontario Tornado; Red River Valley Tornado Outbreak; Windsor Locks, Conn. Tornado; Montenegro Earthquake; 1979 Easter Flood



















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