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TV is only 'mindless' if you are.

The endlessly fascinating intersection of showbiz, marketing, technology, design, and cultural history.

Zenith Chromacolor TV, 1970s

Laughing Squid on Tumblr — Zenith Chromacolor TV, 1970s

Snugbury's ice-cream shop in Nantwich, Cheshire created a Dalek from six tons of straw, and five tons of steel to celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who.

There Is A 35ft Dalek In A Field In Cheshire

"Night Gallery" hosted by Rod Serling (1970-1973, NBC) - One of my favorite segments was part of a trilogy from the series pilot which aired on November 8, 1969. "Eyes" stars Joan Crawford as a rich and heartless woman, blind from birth, who blackmails a surgeon into performing an unscrupulous operation with (in the Serling tradition) a shocking outcome.

The Ed Sullivan was a really big show....1955-1971 I remember gathering around the B&W for this one.

The Official 60's Site-The Ed Sullivan Show

think i discovered this show in a history class in middle school. remember we was doing a project and had a pic of this show, went home and started watching it, fell in love

All in the Family (TV Series 1971–1979)

"Thriller" turned classic pulp stories into terrifying television

Thriller turned classic pulp stories into terrifying television

If you were born in 1957, one of the new TV shows on that year was Have Gun Will Travel staring Richard Boone as Paladin.

The Flip Wilson Show TV Show (Premiered 1970)

Remember Variety Shows? Which was your favorite.

1962…no space-suits needed!

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    Take care clarke

Supercar comic book. George Wilson, 1963

brudesworld: George Wilson, 1963 - READING BY FLASHLIGHT