Queen for a day. Four women were chosen each day from the studio audience. They appeared on stage one at a time, and each woman told about the great tragedies and misfortunes in her life. At the end of each program, studio audience applause determined the day's winner, who was proclaimed "Queen for a Day" and showered with gifts. memori, queen
Queen for a Day - I had almost forgotten this one.
Sunny Gale Storm, star of "My Little Margie" and "The Gale Storm Show"
"You Bet Your Life" Groucho Marx
Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp ABC Network 1955 - 1961
Mark McCain (Johnny Crawford) Lucas McCain (Chuck Connors) Marshall Micah Torrance (Paul Fix, not pictured) The Rifleman was a 30 minute family western action series on ABC. I was about a widower who raised his son to be a decent and caring, but strong man in the old West. His one desire was to successfully homestead his ranch in North Fork, New Mexico. memori, rifleman, televis, johnni crawford, rememb, western, movi, chuck connor, favorit tv
Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, A tale of a fateful trip That started from this tropic port Aboard this tiny ship... Watched reruns of this ALL the time when I was little! memori, ginger, rememb, islands, gilligan island, movi, childhood, maryann, mary ann
Smile...Once Alan Ludden was on a plane that was highjacked to Cuba. The passengers stayed calm and were released without incident. Most thought, due to Mr. L's presence, that they were on the show "Candid Camera". candidcamera, memori, blast, rememb, candid camera, tvs, childhood, tv shows, cameras
Smile...you're on Candid Camera!!!!
First significant Western to appear on network television was The Hopalong Cassidy Show, which began in 1949. It starred movie-cowboy legend William Boyd as Hopalong, a character he had played in sixty-six movies between 1935 and 1948. In the Hopalong Cassidy Show on television, Hoppy was still owner of the Bar 20 Ranch and had a sidekick, Red Connors, who was the perfect foil for Cassidy, who, unlike most cowboys heroes, dressed all in black and, with snow-white hair, cut quite a fugure ...
Beat the Clock is a Goodson-Todman game show which has aired on American television in several versions since 1950. The original show, hosted by Bud Collyer, ran on CBS from 1950 to 1958 and ABC from 1958 to 1961. beats, party games, bud collyer, game shows, rememb, childhood memori, 1950, 50s, clocks
Beat the Clock - Host Bud Collier Contestants from the audience participated in messy stunts