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Arianrhod 
Posted: 30-Nov-2003, 08:55 AM
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Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman..
I almost forgot about that one !

Someone said the Prisoner, was that the one,, where he was on an island, and if he tried to excape ,, there were these big ballon things, that did'nt let him??

Had sort of a MaGrite' look to it, bumbershoots and derbies galore?

I have memories of that show as a kid.. I wonder if thats it ?

Carol Burnett show ...
Dukes of Hazzard.. Beau was a nice peice of eye candy himself !
Ten speed and Brownshoe,loved that show..
Dr. Who
MST2000
Keeping up is still on.. BUCKET !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Faulty Towers
Flying Circus..
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Ed Sullivan ! it was not Sunday night with out Ed !!!!!!!!!
there are more , but .. this will do ..

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Posted: 30-Nov-2003, 12:11 PM
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QUOTE (Arianrhod @ Nov 30 2003, 08:55 AM)

Someone said the Prisoner, was that the one,, where he was on an island, and if he tried to excape ,, there were these big ballon things, that did'nt let him??

Had sort of a MaGrite' look to it, bumbershoots and derbies galore?

I have memories of that show as a kid.. I wonder if thats it ?



Yes, Paula, that's the one! "I am not a number, I am a Free Man!!"
"Be Seein' Ya."

Still fun to watch. My hubby's got most of the episodes on DVD. It always was one of his top favs. cool.gif

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Posted: 30-Nov-2003, 01:09 PM
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Dreamer..
Thanks smile.gif

If it ever had an ending, I'd love to know how it all wrapped up..
Can you still buy the DVD's?

I was a neat show,, funny how stuff like that stay's with you ....

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Posted: 01-Dec-2003, 10:30 PM
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Paula,

Yes! It did actually *end*!! I don't want to tell you about it, because I'm sure you can still buy the DVDs, or at least rent them. I found my hubby's at Borders Books, and I'm sure that Barnes and Noble has them, too. Tell your family -- it's a great idea for Christmas. angel_not.gif

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Thanks Dreamer..
Great idea !

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Last night I watched a DVD of an old television show that I had forgotten to mention. It was "The Red Skelton Show". I remembered watching it every week when I was a kid. A lot of the material in it is still hilarious lol.gif and a little risque jawdrop.gif even in todays standards.


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Hey, Richard.....you didn't happen to see the 1970 or 1971 Lynwood Diplomats Drum & Bugle Corps on any of those old Red Skelton shows, did you? I've been looking for a copy of that for our files. Naturally, they're not listed in the credits on any of the DVD packages for Red Skelton that I've seen.....I'll keep looking though.

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QUOTE (Richard Bercot @ Dec 1 2003, 08:44 PM)
Last night I watched a DVD of an old television show that I had forgotten to mention. It was "The Red Skelton Show". I remembered watching it every week when I was a kid. A lot of the material in it is still hilarious lol.gif and a little risque jawdrop.gif even in todays standards.

Freddy the Freeloader was classic. Haven't watched any Red Skelton in ages.


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Posted: 04-Dec-2003, 12:27 AM
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Any one remember Howdy Doody?

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My favorites seemed to be Westerns.

The Cisco Kid
Roy Rogers Hour
The Lone Ranger

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QUOTE (Annabelle @ Dec 4 2003, 12:27 AM)
Any one remember Howdy Doody?

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Nope not me, that was way way way before my time. tongue.gif
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My Favs are and were

Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone" and "Night Gallery"

THe Monkeys
Adam 12
Andy Griffith - Still a classic
Super Chicken
Dark Shadows
Star Trek - of course (talk about cheesy in retrospect rolleyes.gif )
The Real McCoys
THe Beverly Hillbillys - timeless comedy
The Simpsons
Dr Who
Mr Bean
Rocky and Bullwinkle
Rockford Files - I always enjoyed hearing the tires sqeel no matter what surface they were spinning on biggrin.gif
Kung Fu - Snatch the pebble from my hand Grass Hopper

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1. Highlander: the Series (I have all of the episodes and have watched them so many times I have lost count. I also "own" an online live action Highlander RPG)

2. Star Trek (all)

3. ER

4. Hercules

5. Xena

6. Earth: Final Conflict

7. Star Gate: SG1

8. Manimal


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Posted: 16-Jun-2007, 10:18 AM
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Hlndr, you sound like a real SF & F fan! If you tell me you also read Asimov, Heinlein, Bradbury, Norton, et. al., then you can join me in the geek club. tongue.gif biggrin.gif


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Does anyone remember a PBS show called "The Electric Company"? That was one of my favorites as a kid.

I also loved

The Donnie and Marie Show. (Donnie Osmond was soooo cute!)
Vegas
The Muppet show was one of the best on TV
Cheers
Rockford Files
Magnum P.I.

I'm such a geek but I loved Solid Gold-They would have these totally 80's hairstyled dancers dance to the weeks top 40 hits. I so wanted to be one of them.

The Gong Show was pretty good too. Well, for what it was it was pretty good.

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