Quote Houston777:Quote love my pups:Quote grandmarose: Still love I Love Lucy. Also watched Ozzie & Harriet,Wagon Train, The Virginian,
Tales of Wells Fargo, The High Chaparral (my dad loved westerns ) so we watched a lot of them. Also The Ed Sullivan Show, Shindig, Hullabaloo,.
I did watch a lot of That Girl, loved Marlo Thomas :))
What is that other one,Um,Bonansa(misspelled)
Wonderful thread, I loved Bonanza, had such a crush on Michael Landon!
I also loved Wagon Train, Bewitched, 77 Sunset Strip (Kookie Kookie Lend me your comb), Hawaiian Eye, I love Lucy (Lucy and Ethel in the chocolate factory, Father Knows Best, Peyton Place. Lots of good shows!
Quote YoungBoldLady50: :-) Great Post!! Of course, I Love Lucy!! The best sitcom every made, it stands the test of time. I also watched, Bonanza,The Beverly Hillbillies, Petticoat Junction, The Patty Duke Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Bewitched, The Twilight Zone, Lost in Space, The Ed Sullivan Show, Laug-In,I Dream of Jeannie, Andy Griffith Show, Get Smart,Mister Ed,Gidget,Flipper, Big Ben, Lassie, and one of my all time favorites Superman. These shows are from mostly the '60s with a few '50s mixed in, Need a new thread for the '70s shows. I also watched what my parents watched to because back in the day there was only one TV!! Ooops! forgot Batman! I could go on be caused I loved 50s and 60s TV. Remember Donna Reed anyone. Love TV!
Quote YoungBoldLady50:Quote LDCOOL: Flipper :D
Gentle Ben and Daniel Boone.. My favorite reruns from the 30s & 40s were the The 3 Stooges and the Little Rascals. Also, from a later era the Mickey MOUSE Club!! Gotta say it again our generation had the best TV!!! :-)
Quote YoungBoldLady50: Gotta say being that this a Soap Opera post. The earliest "soap" in primetime was Peyton Place!! Didn't watch it must 'cause the adult content was above my head, but my Mom,Grandma, & Aunts never missed it! As far as daytime soaps My first was Another World!! Loved that soap. Then I watched the Y&R, Santa BARBARA and of course the B&B from the beginning. Not connected but loved Perry Mason & Colombo!!!
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