If you were born in 1954, that year Ozzie & Harriett were starting their 2nd season on TV--Ricky and David were already starting to sprout up fast - Ricky had his goofy changing voice happening the year you were born!
Walt Disney TV shows in the 1950 | Walt Disney’s Disneyland, the TV show (1954)
Donna Reed - TV Guide Magazine [United States] (26 March 1960) we all wanted a mom like her
Gidget, the TV show - Sally Field
Robert Horton and Ward Bond of "Wagon Train" August 16-22 1958
TV Guide: November 2, 1968 - Peggy Lipton, Clarence Willaims III and Michael Cole of "The Mod Squad"
If you were born in 1956, chances are the folks in your neighborhood were tuning in each week to watch The Gail Storm Show (Oh Suzanna!) - Gail was back on air with her 2nd hit TV show in the 50s with this one - she played an activity director on a cruise ship. It broadcast into 1960.
Carol Burnnet 1963
vintage TV Guide. Lucille Ball.....she was so crazy....loved her...
jan 28 1951 jack benny s television show made its debut
TV Guide: January 23, 1960 - Walter Brennan and Kathy Nolan of "The Real McCoys"
My Little Margie was a radio cross-over from CBS. The television version of the radio series, produced by Desilu, made it to the screen as a summer replacement for I Love Lucy.
Pat Boone sure sang swell we thought - and his white buck shoes were way cool!
TV Guide, May 9, 1964 - Vic Morrow and Rick Jason of "Combat"
TV Guide's first cover in 1953. Lucy's first baby.
BATMAN PLAYED BY: ADAM WEST (1966)
Do you see the little brown line on the left edge of the guide? Well that was the end of Dawn Wells pig tail. Bob Denver refused to do the shoot unless they took Dawn and Tina's picture with him. The people didn't like that. They only wanted Ginger but they tricked the three of them and cut Dawn Wells out of the picture.
Who's Who in TV — 1967-68 Program Guide
Gentle Ben ran from 1967-1969
TV Guide January 2, 1965 (Al Lewis, Fred Gwynne, Yvonne DeCarlo of The Munsters)
This is a vintage TV Guide from Oct 6-12, 1965. Gale Storm Cover.
Howdy Doody was on TV from 1947 until fall of 1960 - Buffalo Bob was the host with his 'friend' Howdy Doody. I watched this one on the very little screen we had then. There was a silent clown character on it too named Clarabell Clown. I had a Howdy Doody marionette doll but I never could make it dance - that took real talent!
Petticoat Junction TV Series...
Four 1950’s & 1960’s TV Guides, Arthur Godfrey, Martha Raye, Rosemary Clooney, price $30. from timemachinecollectibles on Ruby Lane