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The 50 year milestone has been reached for the song "Sukiyaki", and its singer, Kyu Sakamoto. No one else has ever reached U.S. Billboard #1 with a Japanese language song. Others have tried. Other exciting versions of "Sukiyaki" appear here, as well as the interesting history of this song - its influence on events - then and now.
Sam Rice, a contemporary of Babe Ruth, was a man of unforgettable secrets, and a baseball Hall of Famer, though his interrupted beginning years resembled a classic bench warmer. His saga is much deeper than the fictional story "The Natural" - and one of the most dramatic in the history of sports figures - featuring his sudden departure from spectacular happenings in Morocco Indiana. Rice was soon fighting within Mexico's Civil War, and also got a taste of World War One - participating in so many major American histories, ala Forrest Gump. This should be a Steven Spielberg movie. It has the Twilight Zone elements.
"Somewhere in Time" was initially a movie that failed at the box office in 1980. Soon though, it attained surprising popularity. No one really knew why. No one knew why 50% of its fans are men! There may be no other movie that is so "built for women" that finds itself "so built for men". It remains difficult to define, but there are reasons. The movie is a certified cult classic.