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  1. #53
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    Gomer Pyle USMC

    Gilligan's Island

    Beverly Hillbilly's

    There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action....Mark Twain

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    Green Hornet.

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    Smile Just finished watching a movie

    It was called 'A gathering of old men'. Bigbird I do remember that colored sheet to put on the black and white tv.
    Prodject Terror
    Twilite Zone
    Alfred Hitchcock

    There was this cartoon with this lion, Snaggle puss and itchy brother. Itchy brother was scratching all the time.

    Then there was this muskrat named "Muskie". He was blind and when he came out of his hole, he all ways said, "Whats happening, Whats happening?"



  4. #56
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    Originally posted by coolwhip
    Rockford files
    Avengers
    Green Hornet
    Koleshak the Night Stalker
    McMillen and Wife
    Baretta
    Zigmund and the Sea Monsters
    Bananna Splits
    UFO
    Ark One
    Doctor Who
    Benny Hill
    Laugh Inn
    The Gong Show
    Soupy Sales
    Kung Fu
    Sir Graves Ghastly
    Scream Theater
    Twilight Zone
    The Ghoul ( stay sick or turn blue )
    The Odd Couple
    Police Woman
    Monty Pythons Flying Circus
    Hulahan & Big Chuck
    In Search Of
    Battle Star Galactica
    Wonder Woman
    Marvel Comics Cartoons
    Thundar the Barbarian
    Space Ghost
    Jhonny Quest
    Thunder Birds
    Herculoids
    Shmoo
    Captain Kangaroo
    Project Bluebook
    The Young Ones
    Justice League
    The Hulk


    Its all good!!!
    you were able to watch that much t.v.

    I had to work back then,, I got to watch maybe 10 or 15 min of the shows above total.

    I was an endendured slave


    you were spoiled brat

  5. #57
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    Barney Miller
    Mash
    McGyver
    Dukes of Hazzard
    Incredible Hulk

    As lame as this sounds:
    Lawrence Welk Show (remember watching it with dad and grandma)
    Original 60 Minutes

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    Do you recall a TV program called "One Step Beyond"? It was similar to Outer Limits.

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    OH DAMN, I can't forget the best of them all

    THE MUPPET SHOW

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    Yes,one step beyond
    the twilight zone
    abbott & castello
    laurel & hardy

  9. #61
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    ALSO
    kukla fran & ollie.
    victory at sea.
    cecil the seasick sea surpent.
    dice on his goat at the little big horn.

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    Hmm workhorse

    Wasn't there a lot of bubbles in the begining of the show? I saw the show with my grandmother back when I was 5 or 6.

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    Re: workhorse

    Originally posted by oroy54
    Wasn't there a lot of bubbles in the begining of the show? I saw the show with my grandmother back when I was 5 or 6.
    Lots of bubbles. It may have been reruns when I seen it but I do remember every Sunday night we would have dinner and then sit down to watch Lawrence Welk, then 60 Minutes and if we were lucky we would get to watch the Sunday night Wild World of Disney. I still once in a while will see Lawrence Welk on PBS and will find myself watching it for the hour. Good times, Good times!

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    My Farorite Martian, with Ray Walston, and Bill Bixbie

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    my grandmother always watched Queen for a Day, but she never won.

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