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The Secrets of Isis
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Isis (1975) On Saturday mornings. I watched this faithfully. She was one of my first role models.
Saturday Morning Show in the 70's "Oh, mighty Isis!"
Like if you remember this show! Mighty Isis
Don't jump on me; this is a Saturday morning series from the 70s! In other news, a woman actually named Isis (either after the Egyptian goddess or this) is feeling the heat from the media constantly referring to the Mideast terrorists as ISIS.
Isis...my favorite on Saturday mornings! Omg I had for got all about this show. Loved when I was a kid
JoAnna Cameron (Andrea Thomas) - The Secret of Isis (1975-1977) - CBS - Filmation - http://www.70slivekidvid.com/isis.htm - http://www.angelfire.com/tv2/isis/home.html - Funky Saturday Mornings - Funk Gumbo Radio: http://www.live365.com/stations/sirhobson and "Like" us at: https://www.facebook.com/FUNKGUMBORADIO
Before there was Soul Train, before there was Solid Gold, before there was even MTV, American Bandstand introduced new pop music and new dances...
Hanna Barbera 70's & 80's cartoons - How many can you name?
Isis...Was a Saturday morning Egyptian super hero! She teamed with another Saturday superhero Shazam! To form the unforgettable "The Shazam! Isis Hour"
"Oh Mighty Isis, Oh Zephyr winds that blow on high, lift me now, so I can fly!" - ha, I shouldn't still know that...
Oh Mighty Isis Oh Zephyr winds that blow on high, lift me now, so I can fly!
Saturday Morning Cartoons. A joy my kids will never experience.
As far as I was concerned, this was what Saturday meant. And cartoons, of course.
How many cartoons can you name? Brings back lot of good memories. Enlarge to view
My Two Dads. Back in the days where nobody would associate this with a gay family.
Lost in Space--watched it every Sunday morning before church!
....people let me tell ya bout my best friend....lol that was part of the theme song to the show