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Hill, Tom, TVLand To Go: The Big Book Of TV Lists, TV Lore, And TV Bests, New York, Fireside, 2001, p.p. 192-3.
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Tripod, for giving me free space to produce my site and featuring it as a Super Member Site!
Andrew P. Sandoval, The Trekkie Of Monkeefandom
Andrea Arocho, keeper of The Monkees Pics N Stuff Webpage (now inactive)
Phillip Onington, keeper of Script Shop (now abandoned)
Anthony J. McWhorter
Anthony Mark Morningstar
Joe Alterio of Mr. Zer0's Monkees Page
Jenny Belanger of Sunshine Factory
Brad Waddell of The Monkees Home Page fame
BlueVynil, of Blue Vynil Presents fame (which suddenly did a disappearing act!!)
FuzziDuc, creator of the magnificent Rows Of Monkees Sites That Are All The Same... page!
Amanda Cochran, mistress of her Sleepy Gene's Monkees Page
Groovy Gal, of her recently-resurged, namesake Monkees Page
Peter A. Lind of Muskegon Heights, MI
Rob Fill of Columbus, OH
Charlyne Smith, owner-operator of The Monkees Memorabilia Corner
Madame Spy, creator of Madame's Top Secret Files: An Exhaustive Monkees Episode Guide (which, for reasons unknown has been taken down!)
Ms. Beverly Wellmeyer
The Online Library Of Congress Information Services (LOCIS)
Stephen M. Russo, "That Video Guy"
Katie, mistress of the now-deceased Monkeedom website
Meghan "Psycho-Jello" Jennifer, ruler of the Psycho-Jello website
Gerald, for his 6-volume set of homemade Monkees videorecordings from 1986
Phil, owner/operator of the The Monkees Collector's Home Page
The kind staff at The J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA, for their very helpful supply of vintage TV Guide microfilms
Estrella Lee of MonkeeTelevision, 4 her charitably generous contibution of Monkees episode video snaps
Brian Walker of Brian's Drive-In Theater, for providing extra data on Dave Draper (Bulk from "I Was A 99-lb. Weakling" [a.k.a. "Physical Culture"]")
The Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
The Television Title Card Showcase webpage (formerly The Movies & TV World Showcase Galleries)
Mark Donnell, one of the original children seen in the 1970 Monkees Kool-Aid commercial filmed in The Amusement Park, for providing me with behind-the-scenes pics from the ad
The Diane & Bomi's Xmas Special webpage, for the MIDI of “Ríu, Chíu,”
The Monkees Stand-Ins & Friends Galleries Page, by Psycho-Jello
Jen and Barb of The Monkees/Boyce & Hart Photo Fan Club
Emily and her The Show Bloopers
The Monkees Bloopers and Things To Look For page
Beautymoon of her namesake Monkee CD Tracker Page
Malcolm C. Searles, creator of The Monkees: Good Clean Fun page
Jerry Beck of Cartoon Research
The I Luv The Monkees! Monkees episode guide
The Monkees" General Info @ TVRage.com
But most of all, thank you Louis Colli, without whose Monkees Music Vault
I might not have had the inspiration to develop my Monkees Film & TV Vault!
And a very heartfelt thanks to the very 4 individuals who helped make it all happen:
David Thomas Jones
George Michael Dolenz, Jr.
Robert Michael Nesmith
Peter Halsten Thorkelson
and also the dynamic duo who created the very thing:
Robert Rafelson and Berton Schneider