Root Storage Bin. Root veggies like carrots and beets stay fresh all winter and even grow sweeter in this storage bin. Just fill with damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of veggies. can also house potatoes, turnips, and squash $34.95
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Root Crop Storage Bin- root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter, just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand. This is the site for buying one, but I think it can easily be made from a plastic milk crate and burlap.
Root Crop Storage Bins - 'Root Vegetables' like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter and even grow sweeter in this storage bin. Just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand.
"Root Crop Storage Bin. Root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter, just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand." How clever! This is a great solution for us, as our farm will be located where the water table and temperatures make traditional root cellars impractical.
Root Storage Bin
HOUSE ON THE HILL - beautiful hand painted rock art
Blue House painted on a rock
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HOUSE ON THE HILL - beautiful hand painted rock art. #Art #Creative #House #MiniGarden #Painted #Rock |
Blue House On The Hill - very clever use of the rock shape.--Eden
HOUSE ON THE HILL beautiful hand painted rock by MyGardenRocks
Blue House painted on a rock...would be beautiful in a garden
HOUSE ON THE HILL - beautiful hand painted rock art
Blue House On The Hill - Painted Rock.
PIEDRA-Blue House painted on a rock
Rock - Blue House On The Hill
Blue House On The Hill
Turntables Audio, Model Turntable, Turntable Cassette, Record Players Turntables, Turntable Envy, Radio, 1980 S Memories, Photo
The deluxe model! Turntable, cassette player, and radio!
1967 Cost of Living
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1967 Cost of Living - the year I graduated from high school.
1967 Cost of Living - RETIREMENT PARTY GAME IDEA
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Loved this Deodorant. My favorite was the Pink one.
Remember This, Tickle Deodorant, Childhood Memories, Teenage Girls, Big Girls, 1970 S Tickle
Tickle Deodorant -Oh holy crap, I remember this stuff from when I was a kid. It looked like THE FUTURE OF ARMPITS
Tickle deodorant - I think this was the only deodorant marketed for teenage girls
1970's Tickle Deodorant. Oh my! I remember this stuff! All about the packaging!
My favorite deodorant ever. *sigh* the weird things I miss from the past.
Tickle Deodorant Remember this girls?
Tickle deodorant for teenage girls!
This made you a big girl!!!
Tickle Deodorant Ad
Flickriver: Most interesting photos from Vintage Beauty of the 70's & 80's pool
One of my favorites!
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♥ OMG my favorite! Heaven heaven - me too - lost more darn fillings with these things
Sugar Daddy candy... if you had a loose tooth, this was your solution!
Sugar Daddy candy. Pulled our fillings out! And your loose teeth!!!
♥ my favorite! & Sugar Babies were awesome, too.
Sugar Daddy candy. Pulled our fillings out!
♥ OMG my favorite! Heaven heaven
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Remember the Giant Sugar Daddy of the 70's?
la la la la
Rock Music Playlist, 100 Songs, Songs 1972, 1972 Song, Oldies Playlist, 100 1972, 1972 Rock, 1970S Music
Top songs 1972; how many of these do you remember the words to? Back when AM radio was king and very diverse.
Top songs 1972; That was the first year I was really aware of popular music and started buying 45 records at the drug store whenever I had a little money.
Top songs 1972; Wow- how many of these do you remember the words to? A lot happened in 1972 for us!
Top songs 1972; Wow - how many of these do you remember the words to?
1972 Rock Survey..
Top 100 songs 1972
1972 Song lists
Top 100 1972
1972 Rock Survey
Basement Didn T, 80S Livingroom, Basement Growing, 60S Man, 1960 S Wood, 70 S Wood, Finished Basements, Ahh Wood, Basement Looked
finished basements - and shag carpeting and paneling. Who thought this was a good idea in the first place???!!!
Wood paneling (seemed to be everywhere, even my livingroom which we called the 'front room') and Finished Basements/rathskellers.
Wood paneling and shag carpet. If your friends basement looked like this, it was cool.
Wood paneling. Seriously, this is how basements looked... if you were lucky.
Wood paneling (seemed like everywhere) and Finished Basements/rathskellers.
Ahh, wood paneling and shag carpet, and what looks like a cool basement!
finished basements.. we never had one but some of my friends did.
Ahh, wood paneling and shag carpet. Could have been my house!
This room reaks of the 60s, man.
Ugly House Photos » Wood Paneling
The Midnight Special--I watched this every Friday night, here is where so many bands of the seventies made their first appearance! Can see great clips on Youtube!
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Watching "The Midnight Special" while babysitting. On the sofa on the porch at Margie's house. Wolfman Jack.
Tonight 2-2 in 1973: NBC debuts The Midnight Special rock variety show, its response to ABC's popular In Concert series. The first host: Helen Reddy.
"It's the midnight special...." my ex and I used to stay up every SAT. at midnight to see this!
"It's the midnight special...." I used to love watching that show every weekend.
"It's the midnight special...." I watched this every Friday night!
let the Midnight Special shine its ever-loving light on me....
"It's the midnight special...." I loved watching this show!!!
"It's the midnight special...." every Saturday night!
The Midnight Special
vintage perfume ad by revlon, do the seventies girl a la lauren hutton and faye dunaway <3
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vintage perfume ad by revlon, do the seventies girl a la lauren hutton and faye dunaway <3 yes and i still wear it, love the scent
vintage perfume ad by revlon, do the seventies girl a la lauren hutton and faye dunaway - Wow flashback
vintage perfume ad by revlon, do the seventies girl
vintage perfume ad by revlon - wore it
I wanted to be a Charlie Girl...LOL
vintage perfume ad by revlon
Charlie by Revlon (1973) - Yesterday's Perfume
WOW! Women who could kick a _ _ AND use a blowdryer!
Charlie Angels, Charlies S Angels, Charlie 1970, Farrah Fawcett, Charlie S Angels, Angels Gun
1976 - A TV show called Charlie's Angel's premiered and launched the careers of three rather unknown actresses: Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett & Jaclyn Smith. R
Charlie's Angel's Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett & Jaclyn Smith.
charlies angels gun | Charlie's Angels #gun | GirlsGuns
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Charlies Angels- Diana, Kim & Lynnette
1976 - the launch of Charlie's Angel's
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Charlie's Angels (1976-1981)
Charlie’s Angels 1976
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1950s vintage Spoolie hair curlers
Vintage Spoolie Hair Rollers...they made tight curls!
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Thanks for posting this cousin Dot? Vintage Spoolie Hair Rollers...oh my word....Aunt Geraldine wore these in her beautiful dark hair!!!
Vintage hair curlers | 1950s vintage Spoolie hair curlers. When these came our my mom used them instead of pin curls.
1950s vintage Spoolie hair curlers. OMG! Mom used to roll my hair on these!! I felt like a Martian! I always thought they looked like martini glasses. How did I know what Martini glasses looked like? I was only 6 or 7 and my dad only drank beer. Mom didn't drink. Odd little memory.
Vintage Spoolie Hair Rollers...oh my word....Aunt Geraldine wore these in her beautiful dark hair!!!
vintage hair curlers | 1950s vintage Spoolie hair curlers --I think I had some of these!
Remember these? 1950s vintage Spoolie hair curlers by MyraMelinda on Etsy. (Sold)
vintage hair curlers | 1950s vintage Spoolie hair curlers by MyraMelinda on Etsy
1950s vintage Spoolie hair curlers. You can buy these again. Great curlers!
Tiny joke book, it was a Cracker Jacks prize
1970, Cracker Jacks, Tiny Book, Jacks Box, Jacks Prize
Tiny joke book, it was a Cracker Jacks prize. I used to love the little prizes in Cracker Jack boxes.
Cracker Jack prize - tiny joke book. What do you call a skeleton in bed? Lazy bones! Still have one of these!
Tiny joke book, it was a Cracker Jacks prize....I loved these prizes. Only real reason I wanted a cracker jacks box
Tiny joke book, it was a Cracker Jacks prize... the only reason I ever even opened a Cracker Jacks box... hoping to get this little book of jokes.
Oh my god! I totally remember getting this! Tiny joke book, it was a Cracker Jacks prize. That was back when it gave much cooler prizes. :)
TINY JOKE BOOK- Rare & Adorable, 1970 Gumball Prize- Wise Kwaks. $22.00, via Etsy.
Tiny joke book- it was a Cracker Jacks prize Loved the tiny books
Tiny joke book- it was a Cracker Jack toy prize
Tiny books # tattoos# jokes.
Remember This, High School, Childhood Memories, Gym Class, Old School, Elementary Schools
Brings me back to my elementary school days with Mr. Schloemer, my gym teacher ohh yeah who btw is my Uncle Pat, but we had to climb ropes. I rocked it every time. I was a show off haha.
Gym class rope climb, I remember this. I don't think schools do this anymore. I think I may go climb a tree.
I avoided having to do the rope climb in high school PE - when/where I went to school this was considered a 'boy's only' feat to have to accomplish! Good thing - I am sure I would never have been able to get up very high! Did you have to do rope climb?
Gym class rope climb... remember this? I don't know which I liked less-- the rope climb or the uniforms we wore.
I remember doing this in gym class! We use to have races. Hans Staub. Turnstunde, 1940
Hans Staub - A gym class around 1940. From Fotostiftung / Keystone
''Gym class'' by Hans Staub, 1940
Old school gym - I remember this
Climbing ropes, in gym class.
All in the Family
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Jan. 12, 1971. The situation comedy "All in the Family" premieres on CBS. always loved how neighbor Lionel and son in law mike always put archie in his place
All in the Family (1971-1979) - Jean Stapleton, Carroll O'Connor, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers
One of my favorite memories is getting off work and watching this at April Dees!
"All in the Family" - Who could ever forget Meathead and "Those Were the Days"
Jan. 12, 1971. The situation comedy "All in the Family" premieres on CBS.
"All in the Family" premieres on CBS. Jan. 12, 1971.
Jan. 12, 1971. "All in the Family" premieres on CBS.
ALL IN THE FAMILY....CLASSIC 70S
All in the Family...loved!
All in the Family: Gloria's Wig Brunettes have more fun
The Munsters TV show was a 30 minute comedy series on CBS about a family of monster-like characters that didn’t realize that they were different from “normal” people. The father looked remarkably like the Frankenstein monster. His wife appeared to be a vampire. His son looked like a “wolf-boy”. There was the niece, however, who was perfectly normal. While they were very nice “monsters”, their neighbors were naturally quite fearfull of them and their strange ways.
The Munsters 1964 - 1966
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The Munsters...I watched when it first came on TV in 1964 (until it ended in 1966). Then my daughter watched it in re-runs in the 70's and 80's.
The Munsters, 1950’s tv show...reruns in the 70's ...my favorite after school show www.pinterest.com/shorrobi/tv-episodes-online/
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The Munsters, 1950’s tv show...reruns in the 70's ...my favorite after school show http://videostripe.fullstreamhd.net/video.php?shows=
The Munsters, 1950’s tv show...reruns in the 80's
The Munsters-loved this show!
These are my favorite TV serials that I liked watching them a lot when I was a child. I Dream of Jeannie, Lost in space, The Addams Family, The Munsters The show I Dream of Jeannie aired on NBC from 1965 to 1970 and it was my favorite show. The first season consisted of 30 episodes filmed in black and white. The show Lost in space started to show on CBS channel in 1965. The first TV season was filmed in black and white. The show was created and produced by Irwin Allen. The Addams Family is an American television series based on the characters in Charles Addams' New Yorker cartoons. The 30-minute series was shot in black-and-white and aired for two seasons on ABC from 1964 to 1966, totaling 64 episodes, it stated to show in 1964 on ABC channel. The Munsters is an American family television sitcom depicting the home life of a family of monsters. The series was a satire of both traditional monster movies and popular family entertainment of the era, such as Leave It to Beaver. It ran concurrently with The Addams Family. The show aired from 1964 to 1966 on CBS, totaling 70 episodes.
Just saw this news item and had to comment on it. Brian Fuller - the brilliant guy behind Pushing Daisies, is working on a pilot for a remake of The Munsters. Guillermo Del Toro is looking to be involved somehow. Really?!? REALLY?!? Wow... I'm experiencing all kinds of emotions about this. Part of me is pissed off because - just like the rest of Hollywood - nobody has any fucking original ideas. You are talking about a show that I grew up watching, a show that shaped me into the ghoulish dork I am today. This show was a perfect amalgamation of the funny and creepy and I watched it every chance I got growing up. From that awesome surf-rock theme song,to Fred Gwynne's William Shatner-esque overacting, to the ever scheming Grandpa, to Yvonne Decarlo in her sexy pre-goth fright wig, to Eddy Munster and Wolf-Wolf, and lest I forgot - George Barris' greatest creations - The Dragula and The Munster's Koach, this show was 60's television perfection. And I'm sure they'll fuck it up. (Anybody remember the LAST time they tried this? It was a lame and shitty show called The Munster's Today that starred none of the original cast, and was from the late 80's? Talk about fucking with a beloved childhood memory!) On the other hand, part of me is wildly excited about it. A return to 1313 Mockingbird Lane has the potential to be actually good. Everything Del Toro touches turns to gold. Hellboy, Pan's Lanrynth, Blade II, even Mimic and Chronos -- he never fails to disappoint. And his upcoming adaptation of Lovecraft's At The Mountains of Madness promises to be fucking awesome... (Photo shamelessly stolen from Propnicom.blogspot.com!) Hell, I'm in the middle of reading his new novel, The Strain, and it beautifully reworks the tired trope of your standard vampire novel. It succesfully mixes the out of control spread of a vampiric disease ala Matheson's I Am Legend with the precision and incredulity of a medical suspense novel. Throw in Del Toro's twisted interpretation of a vampire (believe me -- they're not all capes, widow's peaks, afraid of crosses and garlic, with tiny, petite, little fangs... these are brutal creatures better compared to those of Steve Nile's buzzssaw-teethed 30 Days of Night vamps.) So I'm torn. Will it suck, or will it be several degrees of awesome? Please don't let it suck. Curse you Guillermo Del Toro. Curse you... On a related note... I keep seeing previews for the Halloween premiere of AMC's The Walking Dead. I am sooooo fucking excited to see this. I'm positively orgasmic about it. I'm nearly sexually aroused at the idea of a weekly zombie series on a cable network . That's right... vampires beware... I have a stake in my pants!
Executive producer Bryan Fuller ("Pushing Daisies") continues developing an NBC TV pilot, rebooting the cult classic TV series "The Munsters". Fuller describes his new take as "...'Modern Family' meets 'True Blood'..." The original 1960's sitcom depicting the home life of a family of Universal Studio monsters, was created by Allan Burns and Chris Hayward, starring dramatic actor Fred Gwynne ("On The Waterfront") as good-natured Frankenstein's Monster 'Herman Munster' and Yvonne De Carlo as his vampiric, loving wife, 'Lily'. The idea of a family of comical monsters was first suggested to Universal Studios in the late 1940's by animator Bob Clampett ("Merrie Melodies", "Beany and Cecil") who wanted to produce a series of cartoons. The project didn't see development until the early 1960's, when a treatment for a similar idea was submitted to Universal Studios by "Rocky & Bullwinkle" writers Burns and Hayward. This format was later handed to writers Norm Liebman and Ed Haas, who wrote the pilot script, "Love Thy Monster", retitled as "My Fair Munster". A live-action sit-com presentation was taped by MCA Television for CBS and the new series, was greenlit for 70 episodes, airing once a week in black-and-white on CBS, September 24, 1964 to May 12, 1966. "The Munsters" grew in popularity during decades of syndication, warranting a spin-off series, several TV films, comic books, magazines and a color, theatrical motion picture release. The twist to the series was that The Munsters family, including 'Wolfman'-looking son 'Eddie' (Butch Patrick), 'Dracula'-looking Grandpa' (Al Lewis) and beautiful, normal-looking 'Marilyn' (Beverley Owen and Pat Priest), considered themselves typical working-class Americans of the era. They were totally unaware that there was anything unusual about their look, eccentricities or gothic house, situated at 1313 Mockingbird Lane. Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek the unaired 1960's TV pilot for "The Munsters"...
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(TV Series 1977–1986) Fun Show
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(1977) The Love Boat is sitcom set on a cruise ship that aired on ABC from 1977 until 1986. The show starred Gavin MacLeod as the ship's captain. It was part of ABC's popular Saturday night lineup that included Fantasy Island until the latter show ended in 1984.
The Love Boat..every Saturday night with Fantasy | http://best-cartoon-photo-collections.blogspot.com
The Love Boat was an American television series set on a cruise ship, which aired on the ABC Television Network from September 24, 1977, until February 27, 1987. The show revolves around the ship's captain and a handful of its crew, with several passengers – played by different guest actors for each episode – having romantic and humorous adventures. It was part of ABC's popular Saturday night lineup that included Fantasy Island until that show ended in 1984
The Luuuuuuuv Boat! Every Saturday night!! and then followed by Fantasy Island!
80s TV Shows...One of my faves. Would watch every Saturday night with my me maw.
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every Friday night or was it Saturday night?
Vacaciones en el mar (Serie de TV) dirigida por Douglas S. Cramer (Creator), Aaron Spelling (Creator), Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange, Jerome Courtland, Alan Rafkin, Jack Arnold con Gavin MacLeod, Bernie Kopell, Fred Grandy, Ted Lange. Año: 1977. Título original: The Love Boat (TV Series). Sinopsis: Serie de TV (1977-1986). 249 episodios. Comedia de situación ambientada en un lujoso y enorme barco de pasajeros que hace cruceros de lujo surcando los mares del mundo. Sus protagonistas fijos son ...
Saturday night TV! Minneapolis, 1973 (US National Archives) #Sign One Saturday Morning!- when Saturday morning cartoons were awesome. Tupperware Pitchers. So many childhood memories! My favorite Saturday morning cartoon.!!!!!!
The Love Boat (TV Series 1977–1987)
Batman Movie, Vintage Batman, Batman 1960S, Batman Tv Series, Batman Watched, Batman Robin, Batman Tv Show
Vintage Batman. Evert time i see a Batman movie ..😹😹😹i Swear in some action scène look good whit words
vintage Batman. LOVED this show! use to watch it with my #cartoon| http://awesome-cartoon-photo-collections.blogspot.com
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vintage Batman....watched it everyday after school!
Vintage Batman. TV show of the 70's
Vintage Batman. Batman & Robin
Vintage Batman tv series...
Batman: 1960s Show
Batman (1966, dir. Leslie Martinson) | Old Hollywood
'70s Songs, dig it!
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Love Story Posters Graphic designer Patrick King, came up with this cool idea to design posters to tell love stories. Each poster tells a love story from its beginning through falling in love, expressing its passion, the appearance of trouble, the breakup and its aftermath.
1970s love song poster I designed for TypographyShop. The second in our series of love story posters. The 1980s are coming next. $12.99
Love Story Posters by Patrick King for TypographyShop, via Behance
Love Story Songs: The 70s. by typographyshop, via Flickr
The 70s Love Story poster via TypographyShop.com
Love Story Posters by Patrick King , via Behance
Popular 1970s songs
70's Songs music
Patrick King 'Love Story '60s '70s + '80s' Prints Available - PostersandPrints - An Urban Street Art Blog - The Best Art Blog About Limited Edition Screen Prints, Urban Art, Graffiti
"Lassie" (and Timmy)...what a good dog!
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"Lassie" (and Timmy)...what a good dog! loved Lassie soo much...my dad always wanted to watch his show when Lassie was on, but, I would throw such a HUGE tantrum, that I always got to watch it ♥
Timmy & Lassie were the best of friends! It didn't matter how many times Timmy fell down the well, Lassie was always there to save the day.
"Lassie" and Timmy ... every Sunday night. And I still tear up thinking about "Lassie Come home"!
Lassie & Timmy......I always cried watching this show growing up.
My favorite TV show! "Lassie" - at Roger Ebert's Journal.
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Timmy & Lassie
Lassie & Timmy
Browse the galleries of 1600+ entries (fads, foods, cars, TV, etc.) from the '50s and '60s, and share your memories of the Baby Boomer era.
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Good luck, Jim. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds -- MISSION IMPOSSIBLE
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"Good luck, Jim. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds" ....... Mission Impossible TV series.
"And as always, should you or any of your IMF be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck Jim!." — Peter Graves as 'Jim Phelps' (Season 2-7) in Mission Impossible (CBS, 1966–1973)
"Good luck, Jim. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds -- MISSION IMPOSSIBLE" - Peter Graves / Jim Phels
"Good luck, Jim. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds -- MISSION IMPOSSIBLE". Loved to watch the tape destruct itself. This is Peter Graves, one of the stars, and brother of Gunsmoke star James Arness.
Peter Graves as 'Jim Phelps' (Season 2-7) in Mission Impossible (CBS, 1966–1973) - "This tape will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck Mr. Phelps."
"This tape will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck Mr. Phelps." — Peter Graves as 'Jim Phelps' (Season 2-7) in Mission Impossible (CBS, 1966–1973)
"Mission: Impossible" (1966-73) Peter Graves as Jim Phelps
“This tape will self-destruct in 5 seconds. Good luck Mr. Phelps.” Mission Impossible (CBS, 1966–1973).
Rough Collie, Childhood Memories, Collie Dog, Lassie Loved, Famous Dogs In Movies, Famous Animals, Beautiful Dogs
Lassie, a Rough Collie can claim fame for starring in a short story, book, radio program, several movies and a long-running television show. The television show aired on CBS for 20 years, from 1954 to 1974.
http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/Lassie/70230768?trkid=2361637 Lassie....the first dog I ever fell in love with. You can watch her old tv shows on the Netflix link I put up. Lassie was actually several dogs, and all male. For some reason, at the end of every show when they played the music and Lassie lifted a paw as in this photo, I would tear up. 20 years later, I saw the show and did it again! I'm over it now,....I think. LOL
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#Lassie #TV #show #childhood #memories #nostalgia
Lassie - good girl! beautiful dog
Lassie - Collie Dog [Lassie]
lassie, my favorite dog
10 Most Famous Animals From Hollywood
Lassie--This is Pal, the original Lassie; 1940-1958
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Lassie--This is Pal, the original Lassie; 1940-1958 == Our dog was a cross between one of the Lassie dogs and Lochinvar from Scotland. Pure bred collie. (sandpipersong) She lived 13 years.
Collie dog art portraits, photographs, information and just plain fun. Also see how artist Kline draws his dog art from only words at drawDOGS.com #drawDOGS http://drawdogs.com/product/dog-art/collie-dog-portrait-by-stephen-kline/
Dog TV Lassie--This is Pal, the original Lassie; 1940-1958. Never forget that sweetheart.
Rough Collie photo | Rough Collie (or Scottish Collie) Dog Breed Profile | PetPlanet.co.uk
Dog TV Lassie--This is Pal, the original Lassie; 1940-1958
Rough Collie. Future dog, love them!
sable rough collie
the waltons. I LOVED the Waltons.
Favorite Tv, Movies Tv, Childhood Memories, 1970 S
The Waltons. I think we thought of ourselves as the Walton's ...we had a lot of kids and a Mary Ellen! Did the "Good Night Mary Ellen, good night John Boy" a lot
Good night John Boy. The Waltons TV show. 80;s show but still could family values
The Waltons. Goodnight, John Boy. Still one of my favorite TV Shows!
family 70's tv show | Tv shows from the 60's, 70's and 80's
It didn't get much better than this... good night john boy
the waltons. Night John Boy, night Mary Ellen:-) xxx
1970 s television programs
The Waltons (TV Series 1971–1981) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more...
Picture of The Waltons
Mork and Mindy - nanu nanu - this show was hilarious. RIP Robin Williams.