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Just an observation I just realize that the 60's gave us alot of television entertainment that is still carried over to this day. Thanks to TVLand network, My kids are enjoying some of the same tv show reruns that I enjoyed as a kid.I was born in the late 60s so most were reruns for me as well but I still enjoyed them just the same. Thanks TVLand.
Tags: 60s  tv  tvland  reruns 
Added: 3rd July 2007
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Posted By: BKV
Steptoe and Son A true television classic, charting the love-hate relationship of a widower father and unmarried son who run a decrepid rag-and-bone business in London.
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Added: 4th July 2007
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Posted By: konifur
Who Shot JR Who shot J.R.? was a mass media-manufactured open question in 1980. In the CBS television series Dallas, the character of J.R. Ewing, played by Larry Hagman, was shot by an unknown assailant in the final scene of its 1979-1980 season, which aired on March 21, 1980 and was entitled A House Divided. Viewers had to wait all summer, and most of the fall due to a Hollywood actors' strike, to learn whether J.R. would survive, and which of his many enemies was responsible. Security was tightened at the Lorimar studios where Dallas was filmed. During the summer of 1980, the question "Who shot J.R.?" was asked in everyday conversations across America and worldwide. T-shirts printed with such references as "Who Shot J.R.?" and "I Shot J.R.!" became common over the summer. Betting parlors worldwide took in massive amounts of money. People were placing bets as to which one of the 10 or so principal characters had actually pulled the trigger that shot J.R. A session of the Turkish parliament was suspended to allow legislators a chance to get home in time to view the Dallas episode. Ultimately, the person who pulled the trigger was revealed to be the character of Kristin Shepard (played by Mary Crosby) in the "Who Done It?" episode which aired on November 21, 1980. Kristin was J.R.'s scheming sister-in-law and mistress, who shot him in a fit of anger.
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Added: 5th July 2007
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Posted By: BKV
Rachael Rays Mom An early TV cooking demonstration featuring Martha Brooks. The TV station WRGB began experimental broadcasts in 1928. In the early 1940's, Brooks starred in the station's (and, some believe, the nation's) first commercially-sponsored television program, "Keeping Your Home Shipshape." For this role Brooks assumed another alias, Mrs. Ima Fixit. She starred on the program opposite a puppet created by Joe Owens.
Tags: tv  cooking  martha  brooks  WRGB 
Added: 6th July 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
American Bandstand American Bandstand was a long-running dance music television show that aired in various versions from 1952 to 1989. . . did u watch it?
Tags: tv  american  bandstand  dance  dick  clark 
Added: 7th July 2007
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Posted By: lambchop
Soooooooooooul Train the "longest-running, first-run, nationally-syndicated program in television history". . . . and, it introduced us to AFRO SHEEN!!
Tags: tv  soul  train  dance  R&B  hip  hop  soul  don  cornelius  WCIU-TV    chicago 
Added: 8th July 2007
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Posted By: snake
Not That There Is Anything Wrong With That George Richard Chamberlain (born March 31, 1934 in Beverly Hills, California) is an American actor who became a teen idol in the title role of the television show Dr. Kildare (1961-1966)... and, he's gay . . not that there is anything wrong with that!
Tags: actor  richard  chamberlain  dr  kildare  thornbirds    shogun 
Added: 8th July 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
magic roundabout Le Manège enchanté (known in English as The Magic Roundabout) was a children's television programme created in France in 1963 by Serge Danot. Some five hundred five-minute-long episodes were made and were originally broadcast between 1964 and 1971 on ORTF. However, it was in the United Kingdom that the series became best known. The English version was narrated by Eric Thompson, the father of Emma Thompson, and broadcast from 18 October 1965 to January 1977. This version of the show attained cult status, and was watched as much by adults for its dry humour as by the children for whom it was intended.
Tags: childrens  tv  puppets 
Added: 10th July 2007
Views: 2485
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Posted By: Bamber
The Magic Boomerang The Magic Boomerang An Australian Children's television adventure about a boy and his magical boomerang that has the ability to stop time when thrown. He always uses the ability to foil the villains of the episode or counter any looming disaster.
Tags: 1965  -  1966   
Added: 10th July 2007
Views: 1916
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Posted By: konifur
The Flashing Blade The Flashing Blade (Le Chevalier Tempête) is a French television serial made in the late 1960s, which was broadcast in the UK on BBC children's television during the 1960s, with several re-runs in the early 1970s. Dubbed from French into English, the action was set in 17th century France, during a period of war between France and Spain. The dubbing was not exactly brilliant, so in the 1980s John Culshaw redubbed a comedy version (which is the one I remember best). In the '60s and '70s the BBC had a habit of buying childrens programmes from European countries which were then very badly dubbed into English - often to hilarious effect.
Tags: childrens  tv  bbc  adventure  funny 
Added: 11th July 2007
Views: 2479
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Posted By: Bamber

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