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    Outer Limits, Secret Agent Man, The Prisoner. The last two shows same actor starred.

    Remember watching an episode of the Outer Limits and it scared me so much I left the room.

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    Hogan's Heroes. Gilligan's Island. M*A*S*H*. Skippy.

    MASH would be my favourite. Still enjoy watching the re-runs. A good mix of comedy and serious themes.

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    Rockford files, Columbo. Liked most of what's being mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    I watched leave it to beaver re-runs as a kid and thought Wally and Beaver were pretty cool. When I got a little older , I realized Eddie Haskell was the only person on that show that resembled reality.



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    Andy Griffith show was about that era , both great shows

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    How about "The Fugitive" with David Janssen. I began to think that series would never end. Poor guy was always on the run.
    "No matter how thirsty your imagination, mirages contain no water"

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    Oh, Get Smart and Beverly Hillbillies.

    Elly May was one of my first TV crushes.

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    "Harry O" with David Jansen

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    I just returned from You Tube where I watched an old episode of "Outer Limits".
    "No matter how thirsty your imagination, mirages contain no water"

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    The Avengers
    The Rookies
    SWAT
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    There was also "Highway Patrol" staring Broadward Crawford. I think that was his first name anyway.
    "No matter how thirsty your imagination, mirages contain no water"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh B View Post
    Hey, my daughter teaches 5th grade and she uses a few short clips from Abbott and Costello in her English class. The Whose On First take to illustrate the importance of clear use of language.

    She also uses a short clip from Ma And Pa Kettle in math class. Where Pa gets his math all confused in paying rent. Pretty funny. The 5th graders really pay attention when she inserts that kind of humor into her lessons. They beg for more but she makes it rare and special.
    She could use George Carlin, for her English Class. I'm sure no words are used, they haven't already heard. He really rips people on their use of the English Language.
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    Saturday morning: Does anyone remember Johnny Quest?

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    I remember Hawaii Five-O. We got our first Color TV. It was a big Console unit with the TV in the middle, AM FM Radio to the right, and a Record Player to the left. The service man came and set it up, and that was the first program we watched on that TV, and with the HI Fi
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