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Who are some Mexican-American actresses or entertainers?
music movies dance art and television
In the 1950's the entertainment that they had was limited. Some of their entertainment included: The hit television show 'I Love Lucy'. The Mickey Mouse Club. The famo…us actress and model Marilyn Monroe. The Mr. Potato head toy. The board game Scrabble. Barbie was a huge fad in that millennium. Then there was the 'bowling boom'. They read comic books. Some people watched 'Muffin the Mule' but that was if you family was rich enough to have a television. Teenagers went to dances in halls. They also went cycling as there was less traffic on the roads back then. i hope that this information helps you with your thingy :)) Saiqa
There are several different forms of entertainment. Some of these include movies, watching live comedians, plays, museums, sports, bike riding, carnivals, and musical conc…erts.
1950's was when colour TV was introduced but only the rich got them, well, because they were rich. Disneyland just arrived in the USA in 1955, so that was popular. The most po…pular entertainment, in the 1950's, was most likely music and the decade were Rock'n'Roll.
For me, entertainment means clubbing in Asia. It's dancing to the beat of HK djs. What mor can I ask for?
Entertainment is what one does to pass time or to enjoy such as watching a play or movie. Playing is also another form of entertainment.
Entertaining is the act of diverting or amusing.
Music. Belly dancing.
sing, play, dance, read they also did husking bees, quilting bees ,and barn raising
Main stream entertainment in Australia depended pretty well on American and English artists with a smattering of Australian and NZ artists thrown in on the radio and live show…s; television also arrived in Australia in 1956. Most people during the 1950's went to regular Saturday Night dances and to "the pictures"/movies. People also entertained themselves with local card and bridge games, lawn bowls, bingo, croquet, following the races or listening to the football. 'Biggles' was a Favourite regular radio show, as was the school-class comedy, "Yes; what?" 'Billy Bouncer/Uncle Norman' was a favorite, pre-school radio show. Uncle Norman [Norman Swain] eventually hosted a children's television show. His competitors wee also running kids' shows, such as Happy Hammond and the Tarax [soft drink] Shows also commenced late in the decade. Soon after television arrived, some favourite regular series were Superman, the Cisco Kid, Roy Rogers, the Disney Mousketeers, etc. Some churches and youth centres, such as YMCA, also ran programmes and entertainment of various kinds for the public and youth. When rock'n'roll hit the waves, Johnny O'Keefe from Sydney, quickly made a huge name for himself, with his own unique style, being locally dubbed, "The King" - having television shows and big hit records. To give some idea of the strength of his popularity and influence, it would be fair to say that no one even since his day has been any 'bigger' in the Australian pop scene than was 'JOK', as he was also often called. Frank Ifield was also just coming into his own by the end of the 1950's in the country music scene. However, as in the 1950's, even as now, the Aussies tended to use sport as their main form of entertainment. Horse racing, AFL football, rugby, soccer and basketball in winter & surfing, cricket, yachting, swimming, tennis, etc. in summer; plenty of picnics in its wide open spaces. Overall, Melbourne is probably the capital of much of this; and they have some excellent comedy clubs.
During the 60s the color television hi-fi record players, better cars, and more sophisticate washing machines become common place in the home. CBS was the dominant show, then …airing 13 of the 15 most popular shows. Movie stars in the 1960s: Ed Sullivan, Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason, Red Skelton, Andy Griffith, Dick Van Dike, and Danny Thomas. CBS also produced The Beverly Hillbillies, Candid Camera, Family Affair, Rawhide, Bonanza, Laugh-In, and Bewitched. By watching TV you could hardly imagine that any Americans were discontent with their way of life because foul language was strictly prohibited and sex did not play a major role on any of these shows, most were family entertainment with formal plots punctuated by commercials. On May 12, TV: Frank Sinatra, in his fourth and final ABC special for the season, presents the return to television of Elvis Presley, who has just returned from the Army. Frank and Elvis duet on "Love Me Tender" and "Witchcraft". Walt Disney, the creator of Mickey Mouse and Pioneer of animated films, died of cancer on December 15, 1966, but his legend lives on. March 1, 1968- The World of Apu completes, in alternations of suffering and joy, one of the most vital and abundant movies ever made. The 60's were the birth of the computers. The Digital Equipment Corporation introduced the first minicomputer in 1963.
Entertainment like television and movies has always brought America together, as millions of people watch the same thing and talk about the same things with each other. Li…ve entertainment united American cities as well, because often people had to travel to see such entertainment. That travel helped Americans see the country and talk to people who were different from themselves.
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This is such a broad question that it's hard to come up with a definitive answer, however I would argue that Josephine Baker might have been one of the very first African Amer…icans to reach international superstar status in the entertainment world. She had to do it in France though, because when she started out in the U.S., black entertainers were not widely accepted. I do believe blues legend Bessie Smith might run a close second (but may have started out earlier), however her entertainer status was limited to records, while Josephine was a recording artist, stage performer, film star, and model. This isn't to say, also, that there are many unsung heroes who have come and gone and have been forgotten by history. The very word 'entertainer' is so broad that it could encompass basically anyone who stood on a stage and performed, and by that measure there were many before who never gained the prominence of either Baker or Smith.