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Rest in peace, Dick Clark. Nicknamed “America’s Oldest Teenager,” Clark died today at 82.
The Howdy Doody Show produced by NBC and Roger Muir was a wildly popular and beloved children's TV show in the 50's. Marionnette Howdy Doody came alive via a mechanism of 11 strings and voiced by ventriloquist Buffalo Bob Smith.
lepages glue - used this all through elementary school
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans - Happy trails to you, until we meet again...........great epitaph.
It's Mikey.....he'll eat anything!
McDonald's prices...in the beginning. I remember having 35 cents, 1 hamb. 1 fries, and a coke... amazing~
The legs in Eggs
The Red Skelton show - I was so young, but I remember loving this show, especially his weekly signoff
Jiffy Pop ~ "the magic treat as much fun to make as it is to eat! "     :)
The Beverly Hillbillies
Pin curls...I did my hair like this for years, not comfortable to go to sleep on!
Fred Rodgers, will you be my neighbor?
Portable hair dryers
Father Knows Best  One of our favorite TV shows : )
My most favorite show!  Would watch with my Dad.  Remember when Joe Namath appeared. Just love Red Skelton!!!
I  Dream of Jeannie: another childhood classic.Loved I Dream of Jeannie. So imaginative and also funny. I always thought Coco Beach was some magical place, and that living in a genie bottle looked like so much fun!