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TV I Grew Up With
TV I Grew Up With
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Watch now: American Masters | Johnny Carson: King of Late Night | PBS Video -- Johnny Carson was seen by more people on more occasions than anyone else in American history. Over the course of 30 years, 4,531 episodes and 23,000 guests, he became a fixture of national life.
Johnny Carson was seen by more people on more occasions than anyone else in American history. THIS MAN SAVED MY LIFE TWICE- the day my Mom died and the day my 1st dog (Afghan) died. I was soooooo depressed,but there he was with those monologues and I got through those terrible days. THAT's JOHNNY! RP by Linda Hammerschmid
Johnny Carson was seen by more people on more occasions than anyone else in American history ,on his iconic chat show ✔️
I remember one of the most popular television game shows of the 1960’s and 70’s....the original Let's Make A Deal, with host Monty Hall! The show where contestants buy, sell, or trade anything and everything from Aardvarks to Zithers. Lawyers, doctors, plumbers, and even Beverly Hills housewives dressed as kumquats and turnips hoping to trade a hard boiled egg for a Cadillac. What would be behind the Curtain? A Car or a ZONK...a worthless, ridiculous prize!
lets make a deal
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If you had to name one of the zaniest game shows, Let’s Make a Deal would definitely fit the bill. Part of the fun was host Monty Hall’s selection of contestants from an audience of people in crazy costumes trying to stand out in the crowd. Once the dealing began, contestants could choose from behind door or curtain number one, two or three – with either legit prizes or total crap.
I remember one of the most popular television game shows of the 1960’s and 70’s....the original Let's Make A Deal, with host Monty Hall! The show where contestants buy, sell, or trade anything and everything from Aardvarks to Zithers. Lawyers, doctors, plumbers, and even Beverly Hills housewives dressed as kumquats and turnips hoping to trade a hard boiled egg for a Cadillac. What would be behind the Curtain where Carol Merrill is standing? A Car or a ZONK?
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General Hospital - OK maybe not exactly a childhood memory, but I do remember this!
Luke and Laura get married (Nov. 16, 1981) I can't imagine watching any kind of soap opera now, but back in Jr. high, General Hospital was "the" show to watch. If I remember correctly my friends and I skipped school after lunch to watch the wedding. ;)
General Hospital - The Soap Opera of the 80s
All My Children-1970...Tara and Phil
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Photo of Karen Gorney (Tara Martin) and Richard Hatch (Phillip Brent) from the daytime drama All My Children.
Joe Martin With His Daughter Tara Martin
Tara and Phil, AMC 1970
The Big Valley
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Weekend TV. This is one of my fav tv shows :)
The Big Valley (TV series 1965-1969) - I was in love with Heath!
The Big Valley is another one of my favorite westerns
The Big Valley, one of my favorite tv shows when I was teenager.
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Family Affair tv series
Family Affair one of my favorite shows as a kid!!!. I too had a Mrs. Beasley doll
Mrs. Beasley became a famous doll.
Family Affair. Another of my favorite shows. Remember the one when Buffy breaks her leg, and they bring the circus to her, in their high rise apartment. Sheesh! An elephant and all! Note there is that freaky old lady doll!
My Three Sons
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classic tv ~
My Three Sons- a favorite tv show!
My Three Sons ~ Childhood Memories
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Three's Company is an American sitcom that aired from March 15, 1977, to September 18, 1984, on ABC. It is based on the British sitcom, Man About the House. The story revolves around three single roommates: Janet Wood, Chrissy Snow and Jack Tripper who all platonically share Apartment 201 in a Santa Monica, California apartment building owned by Mr. and Mrs. Roper
John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt and Suzanne Summers in the classic TV series Three's Company.
Three's Company..I didn't like it as much when Terri moved in but it will always be one of my favorite TV shows.
Three's Company Opening (1982)
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Adam West & Burt Ward #Batman #Robin
Adam West as Batman in the 1966 TV series. Used to watch reruns every day after school.
Adam West as Batman in the 1966 TV series...Loved the Dynamic Duo!!
Vintage Batman (and Robin) -- starring Adam West and Burt Ward - A Favorite TV Shows Series of the 1960's --- Na na na na na na na na
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Bonanza - (1959-1973). [Western]Starring: Lorne Greene, Pernell Roberts, Dan Blocker, Michael Landon, Victor Sen Yung, Guy Williams, David Canary, Mitch Vogel, Ray Teal, Bing Russell, Tim Matheson and Lou Fritzell.
Bonanza TV Series | Bonanza Tv Show - smart reviews on cool stuff.
Yep, I remember this. Every Sunday visiting the grandparents.
Scooby Doo, Where Are You! - Scooby snack, anyone?
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Scooby Doo was one of my favorite cartoons as a kid.
Scooby dooby doo, where are you?
#ScoobyDoo ~ My favorite cartoon EVER! #TakesMeBack #Childhood #Memories
Scooby Doo (the original) was one of my favorite Saturday morning cartoons as a kid......Elizabeth
Marcus Welby M.D.
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Marcus Welby, MD one of the first adult shows I remember .
Marcus Welby, M.D. ~ another one of my favorite TV shows back in the day
Marcus Welby, MD- Robert Young
I Dream Of Jeannie
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I Dream of Jeannie/ Larry Hagman and Barbara Eden
I Love Lucy
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Anyone remember the REAL "Nick@Nite"?
I Love Lucy @ The Classic TV Database
i love lucy kitchen | THE I LOVE LUCY FANATICS
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There were quite a few cowboy movies and shows still in the 60's. followed this too.
bonanza tv series - Google Search
Remember this on Sunday nights?
Fabulous TV western
Bonanza theme song.
"Bonanza" TV show intro
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The Waltons. Goodnight, John Boy. Still one of my favorite TV Shows!
THE WALTONS. -- Wonderful tv show with family values. Still one of my all time favorites. Loved the ending: "Goodnight John Boy, Goodnight Elizabeth, Goodnight Mama..."
Good night John Boy. The Waltons TV show. 80;s show but still could family values
70's TV shows - The Waltons. I watched this. Goodnight John Boy, goodnight Mary Ellen. LOL!
The Waltons portrayed family life in the 30's. Just loved this programm, childhood memories!
The Waltons, The Waltons John and Olivia Walton, their seven children, and John's parents live together in Depression-era rural Virginia. Their close-knit family weathered financial hardship, illness, and World War II. Eldest son "John Boy," an aspiring journalist and novelist, served as the story’s narrator.This was based on a real family,the Hamer's. Earl Hamner was the real Jon Boy. He wrote an original movie called Spencer's Mountain and later the Waltons shows.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
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I loved this show and remember watching it with my Mom and sister. "Mary Tyler Moore" (1970-77) Betty White as Sue Ann Nivens, Gavin MacLeod as Murray Slaughter, Ed Asner as Lou Grant, Ted Knight as Ted Baxter, Mary Tyler Moore as Mary Richards, Georgia Engel as Georgette Franklin Mary Tyler Moore as Mary Richards
Mary Tyler Moore (TV Series 1970 - 1977) top to bottom Ted Knight, Ed Asner,Georgia Engel, Betty White, Gavin MacLeod, and Mary of course.
one of my top 5 favorite tv shows. Mary Tyler Moore show.
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Batman logo, TV show, 1966-68
Batman (Opening Titles) @ BCDB: Coming in as a mid-season replacement, Batman was the second super hero to get a television show. But this one did not take it self quite as seriously as the version of Superman in the 1950's, Watch Cartoon Video @ . http://www.bcdb.com/cartoon/129178-Batman_(Opening_Titles).html
Batman 1966 TV show logo
Holy nostalgia: This popular 60s version of the comic book hero defined non-readers' POV of superheroes! Batman and Robin (Adam West, Burt Ward) race to the scene in their Batmobile and battle the baddies with onomatopoeia that comes alive and campy dialogue that sounds like it belongs in an old comic book.
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Still watch this one from time to time to...grew up loving the name Tabitha - LOL
Bewitched (1964 to 1972, ABC) - The show's iconic animated opening credits were designed by Hanna-Barbera Productions.
Laverne & Shirley