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Bonanza - on the Ponderosa. Ben Cartwright (Lorne Greene) and his sons, Adam (Pernell Roberts), Hoss (Dan Blocker) and Little Joe (Michael Landon)

Who could not love the Andy Griffith Show? Everyone needs a friend like Andy. And, Barney, what a great character. Loved him.

Actor Andy Griffith dead at 86

Old TV shows with no bad language And Barney with his one bullet. Andy wouldn't let him carry a gun unless the one bullet was buttoned in his shirt pocket.

BonanzaLittle Joe Cartwright, Ben Cartwright, Adam Cartwright and Hoss…

"Bonanza" TV western ~ the Cartwrights (from left): Dan Blocker as Hoss, Michael Landon as Little Joe, Lorne Greene as Ben, and Pernell Roberts as Adam

i could watch this all day.

The cast of I Love Lucy: Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance, and William Frawley. all brilliant comedians

l'origine de mon amour pour l'ouest américain ?

BONANZA : Lorne Greene as Ben Cartwright, Michael Landon as Little Joe, Dan Blocker as Hoss and Pernell Robertd as Adam.Ponderosa Ranch is located near Virginia City

Remember when this was the biggest problem you encountered all day? But we figured it out. Walked to the side pulled the swing away from the puddle and jumped on it. Getting off with dry feet was the next problem. But we didn't care.

Hugh Brannum (left), "Mr. Green Jeans" on the Captain Kangaroo show, was a vocalist, arranger, composer and actor. During his days with Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, he used his childhood nickname, "Lumpy." The Captain, on the right, was played by Bob Keeshan, the original Clarabell the Clown on the Howdy Doody Show. Captain Kangaroo aired for nearly 30 years on CBS, from 1955 to 1984.

Captain Kangaroo (right) and Mr. Talk about part of growing up - we absolutely had to watch Captain Kangaroo! And Mr. Greenjeans, and Bunny Rabbit, and Grandfather Clock!

No, they won't.  Lol

kids today will never understand laying on the floor talking on the phone that has a cord attached to the wall

Coup de filet (Dragnet) est une série télévisée américaine en 276 épisodes de 26 minutes, en noir et blanc, créée par Jack Webb et diffusée entre le 16 décembre 1951 et le 23 août 1959 sur le réseau NBC.

Dragnet and again the facts, mam." (Though apparently Joe Friday never actually said those words in any Dragnet show! They came from one of Stan Freberg's Dragnet parody records. But they sound like something Joe could have said!