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    Grandpa Jones (and Minnie Pearl) (October 20, 1913-1998) – Banjo player and “old time” country and gospel music singer. Cast member of the TV show Hee Haw. Inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, 1978. Born in Niagra, KY, died in Nashville, Tennessee.

    Minnie Pearl

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    Minnie Pearl

    Topo Gigo, the little mousey! I used to watch this show all the time when I was little. It was rerun on PBS for awhile. Topo was always one of my favorite little acts. "Kiss me, good night!"

    Jonathan Harshman Winters III (born November 11, 1925) is an American comedian, actor, and artist. At age 17, Winters quit high school and joined the United States Marine Corps and served two and a half years in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

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    On a local television dance show in Idaho in February 1958, local teens dance to one of the biggest dance crazes out of the late-1950's called The Stroll, which originated from American Bandstand. This dance was performed in a line formed with boys on one side and girls on the other, creating an isle between them. The boy and girl in the front of the line would meet up in the middle, grab hands and stroll their way down the line, as the other kids in the line would move their way up to the front

    Hee Haw with Buck Owens and Roy Clark ~ Good, clean, corny fun and awesome a-pickin' and a-grinnin'.

    The idealistic American family. I think we all would like to live someone's life at one point or another. I think that was the appeal for a number of family centred television shows I watched in the 80s.

    "Minnie Pearl"

    This was the funniest show - 1970s television at its best!

    There is always a television show that appeals to a particular generation. The Muppet Show which is a comedy-variety show premiered in the 1970's and was also produced in six different languages. Article:

    Watching The Price is Right with Bob Barker at 10am ; ) My Grandpa was a master at pricing...he would stop everything he was doing and come inside everyday to watch Bob. He never missed a show.

    Rest in Peace, Davy Jones. We'll miss you, Daydream Believer. :(

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    "The Little House on the Prairie"--My favorite TV show as a kid. It came on TV at 8 o'clock Monday nights. Still love watching the reruns.

    Hee Haw...Gloom despair and agony on me...*Laughing* This show was so wrong on so many levels. Hilarious!!

    *SUPERMAN, 1952-1958 ~ Clark Kent played by: George Reeves (1914 - 1959)

    Dick Clark's American Bandstand Top 10 Songs (1967)

    TV shows - The Dick VanDyke Show--old reruns every weekday afternoon