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In 1970, breaking up was easy to do

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
Most of the footage used for the Beatles' "Lady Madonna" video was taken from shots of the "Hey Bulldog" video.

New York mambo enthusiasts in the 1950s were fondly referred to as "mambonicks."

Dutch researchers have recently found that many healthy members of the population regularly hear voices in their heads. Many of those affected describe the voices as being a positive influence in their lives. The announcement was made on World Hearing Voices Day (Sept. 14).

In the history of rock & roll, 1970 was a milestone of breakups and band formations. Official breakups included The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, the Dave Clark Five, the Monkees, and Diana Ross & the Supremes. New bands: Queen, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Ocean, the Doobie Brothers, and Styx.

Alfred Hitchcock was afraid of eggs.
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