At a convention recently, a writer who entered the field at about the same time I did and who probably wouldn't appreciate being quoted in this context, observed that one of the advantages of growing old is that you know a lot of things younger people don't. He was talking about things known simply because he was there at the time. But it strikes me that it equally applies to pop culture.
For example, how many young people nowadays know that the humorist Robert Benchley also starred in many movie shorts of his own devising? For that matter, how many young people have ever heard of Robert Benchley at all? When I was a kid, they taught his essays in school.
Anyway, above is Benchley's best-known movie short, "The Treasurer's Report."