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  • #46
    That's crazy fitch270! LOL!
    That brought up this memory!

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    This one lasted about 4 seasons.
    "Movin' On".

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Danbo View Post

      Those westerns were rerun on the family channel in the 80s I believe.
      Yep! We'd just moved to town and got cable for the first time in the mid-eighties. Western shows and movies all the time, plus finding out that there were stations that actually showed baseball and hockey games EVERY SINGLE NIGHT !!!!! almost made moving to town tolerable. (Plus the fact that even in town, we still lived right next to a decent trout stream.)

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      • #48
        Gilligan’s Island!!!

        (See TGIF thread)

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        • #49
          There was a short-lived Spiderman tv show, too. Linda Carter was in some cheesy old movie that was on TCM not long ago -- one of those "Bad boy comes to town, runs off with good girl, she becomes bad girl; they decide to rob a bank and go on the run; reluctant aging cop tracks them down; bad boy dies in a hail of bullets; bad girl realizes she prefers being good girl and goes home to grandma" kind of movies. They seemed to be popular in the late seventies. Anyway, for reasons unrelated to the plot, the movie was well worth watching. Can't recall the name; not sure I noticed to begin with.
          Last edited by MattM37; 08-03-2021, 12:55 PM.

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          • #50
            MattM37
            In 1976, Linda Carter was in the movie "Bobby Jo and the Outlaw" with Marjoe Gortner.
            Somewhere in the movie, they partake of some peyote and Carter (or perhaps a double) ends up topless! LOL!

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            • #51
              Bob Denver - Maynard G. Krebs or Gilligan
              Denver Pyle - Uncle Jessie on "The Dukes of Hazzard
              Gomer Pyle - Jim Nabors
              Goober Pyle - George Lindsey

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