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Color title card (1966–1969)

The book "Peyton Place" was a number one best seller. It was very shocking to the reserved values of the

extra turkey prompted the invention of the tv dinner

If you lived through the chances are your taste buds experienced quite the roller coaster of cuisines.

Peyton Place - classic television from the 60's my mother use to watch and I would lay in bed and fall asleep to the theme song!

Peyton Place is an American prime-time soap opera which aired on ABC in half-hour episodes from September 1964 to June

How I spent my Saturday nights because I was always grounded.Tales from the Darkside

Is there any other way?

Love American Style - watched it every Friday night!

Mr. Kotter, "Welcome Back Kotter"

welcome back kotter. kotter, horseshack and vinnie barbarino (John Travolta)

I remember when we used regular keys at motels. I took mine from HI. by mistake…

Old motel key with a plastic fob. every motel key look like this.

Phone booth with folding door, dial phone, seat, 10 cents a call

A 1949 WOODEN PHONE BOOTH with dial phone, seat, and folding door. All for a nickel. Not for another two generations. I graduated in the but my highschool had a few of these wooden telephone booths!

I Love Lucy I Love Lucy I Love Lucy......this was one of my fav's! She cracked me up!

Trading places: After the boys attempt to do housework, Lucy and Ethel try to earn a living at the chocolate factory. (Photo courtesy CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images) - I Love Lucy Picture. Best I Love Lucy episode.

Sep 28 - ON THIS DAY in 1901, Ed Sullivan, who would become the host of the long-running TV variety program The Ed Sullivan Show, was born in New York City. During the peak of its popularity in the 50s and 60s, Sullivan's program showcased a wide range of entertainers, including Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Rudolf Nureyev, Jerry Lewis and Bob Hope.

The Ed Sullivan Show was a long-running TV variety program. At the peak of its popularity in the and Sullivan's program showcased a wide range of entertainers, including Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Rudolf Nureyev, Jerry Lewis and Bob Hope.

Bonanza (TV Series 1959–1973)  That's supposed to be Lake Tahoe in the map (turned sideways)...

BONANZA photo 079 The Ponderosa map burning

BONANZA -- the burning map of the Ponderosa, I believe this was the first TV show to be in color and my grandparents were the first people I knew that had a color TV. We all converged there on Sunday nights to watch Bonanza and eww and ahhh.

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