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  • fitch270
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    Remember this?

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  • fitch270
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    How could we miss CHiPs?

    As much as it hurts to say it, it’s going on 30 years since NBC’s great Must See TV Thursday night line ups.

    Friends
    Seinfeld
    Frazier
    Mad About You
    Cheers

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by MattM37 View Post
    Don't know how I forgot to mention the Dukes of Hazzard in my list. I remember being devastated in first grade when I did my first sleepover at my friend Billy's house, and his parents insisted on an 8pm bedtime (even on a Friday night!). Then from Bill's bedroom, I could hear them watching it downstairs. Cruel.
    That's tough MattM37! LMBO!

    Wagon Train - first with Ward Bond then with John McIntyre.

    Rawhide!

    High Chaparral

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  • MattM37
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    Don't know how I forgot to mention the Dukes of Hazzard in my list. I remember being devastated in first grade when I did my first sleepover at my friend Billy's house, and his parents insisted on an 8pm bedtime (even on a Friday night!). Then from Bill's bedroom, I could hear them watching it downstairs. Cruel.

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  • FirstBubba
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    "Branded" with Chuck Connors
    The Virginian
    Daniel Boone

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  • DakotaMan
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    As a kid:
    Lassie
    Lone Ranger
    Superman
    Roy Rogers
    Rin Tin Tin
    The Honeymooners

    As a teenager:
    Gunsmoke
    Bonanza
    Have Gun Will Travel
    Wagon Train
    The Rebel

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  • FirstBubba
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    fitch270 - Hee Haw was the country version of The Laugh In.

    Bhr - The Andy Griffith Show.

    There were several "variety" shows that highlighted new talent and established stars. The Ed Sullivan Show was a biggie.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Nobody mentioned Sky King or The Shadow.

    I went to school with Annette Funicello, her brother was a good friend in School.

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  • 99explorer
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    More from radio days:

    Inner Sanctum
    Jimmy Durante and Gary Moore
    George Burns and Gracie Allen
    Fibber McGee and Molly
    Duffy's Tavern, with Archy the manager
    Fred Allen
    Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy
    Henry Aldrich (coming, mother)
    Jack Armstrong, the All American boy
    Last edited by 99explorer; 07-30-2021, 12:18 AM.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by Danbo View Post
    Marshal Dillon?
    DING! DING! DING! ....and we have a winner!



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  • bowhunter75richard
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    Wow Matt, that is going way back. I have a hard time now of recalling what I had for dinner last night........
    But I will give it a shot. Before I was into TV, because there was none, my favorite radio program was The Squeaking Door. When TV finally caught up it was:
    Drag Net
    The Texaco Show with Red Skelton
    Alfred Hitchcock Presents
    Gun Smoke
    Bonanza
    Little House on the Prairie
    Happy Days
    Mash
    Anne of Green Gables
    Bob Newhart show
    There are several others that I can not now come up with a name but can see the actors, one is with Ron Howard as a kid and his father was a cop and Aunt Bea,,,,,, also a program set in England of two veterinarians who were country vets.
    I am sure I will think of others after I finish this ‘important’ question, but right now my mind is a frazzle !

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  • rock rat
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    All the war ones. 12 o'clock high, combat, hogan's heroes. Plust gunsmoke of course, Lone Ranger, F troop. Daniel Boone. Nothing much after mid 73, never had a TV except for the odd night in a hotel or at a friend's house. I don't think I missed much.

    Not much country on TV anymore. The WWII generation wasn't that far removed from the farm, if they didn't grow up on a farm their parents did. Not anymore.

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  • fitch270
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    Since Rock Rat mentioned it I’ll give props to three that were staples of family TV, although not my favorites.

    Hee Haw

    Little House on the Prarie (Mom stilll has that one on almost every time I stop in)

    Drum Roll……….

    The Waltons

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  • fitch270
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    Most of yours Matt


    Cool Factor;

    The Rockford Files
    Starsky and Hutch
    Baa Baa Black Sheep
    Riptide (had the pink helicopter “The Screaming Mimi”)
    Hardcastle and McCormack

    Guilty pleasures;

    Dukes of Hazzard
    Knight Rider
    Air Wolf
    Batman
    Happy Days

    Honorable Mention;
    F Troop
    Hogans Hero’s


    Absolute Top Spot;

    M*A*S*H*
    Last edited by fitch270; 07-29-2021, 10:02 PM.

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  • Danbo
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    Marshal Dillon?

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