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Hill Street Blues - hier bleef ik voor thuis, vroeger.

Bewitched - definitely preferred Dick York's Darrin Stevens

"My Three Sons" television series ran from 1960 to 1965 on ABC, and moved to CBS until its end on August 24, 1972.

Dallas is a drama that revolves around the Ewings, a wealthy Texas family in the oil and cattle-ranching industries. The series won four Emmy Awards, including a 1980 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series win for Barbara Bel Geddes. Throughout the series, Larry Hagman stars as greedy, scheming oil baron J. R. Ewing.

A 1970's and early 80's tv staple. Sal-oooote!

"Scooby Doo, Where Are you?" It's been in regular production since 1969, and while I haven't seen any of the newer stuff, the original series was one of the best. Makes me want to go out and buy an Ascot. "Ro Roy!"

Old school/new school style on The Streets of San Francisco.

Barnabas from Dark Shadow. I used to have nightmares after watching this, but I still wanted to watch it!

Original television series "V". loved watching it. I still remember the episode where the baby stuck out its lizard tongue!

  • Beth Coffey

    me too! the lizard baby FREAKED ME OUT! I was only 8 or 9 though

  • Kris CocKayne

    I luved it, I was 12 when the movie came out and thought-Cool. It was a new concept with Sy-Fy-Lizards.

From the 70s tv show, "The Secrets of Isis". Don't remember this show's original run, but I remember a cartoon I think, in the 80s... They should do a remake of Isis.

  • Dawn Hendricks

    Watched this show as a kid.

  • Tim Coats

    yeah the SHAZAM/ Isis Hour

  • David Leemon

    This could make a cool feature length live action movie. Not sure how it would be handled these days, though. Andrea Thomas would probably have a drinking problem or something like that. But if Disney did it, and they kept it G rated, it could be cool.

  • Tim Coats

    The thing is she isca D.C. Characater

  • Kimette

    I loved this show. I finally got it on dvd.

Oscar the Grouch--I can totally relate to him....he will always remain my favorite sesame street character!