| What Did You Watch On Tv As A Child?
Posted: 24-Sep-2004, 01:21 AM
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Realm: Brest - Brittany
| I can remember a lot but I'm afraid you don't know most of them (not easy to export our french programs ), so I'll try to remember "internaltional" one's : Skippy the kangaroo, Flipper the dolphin, Thibaud the khight, The Globe Trotters, The double-decker, The muppet show, and some cartoons like Candy and Goldorak...so you can guess I'm very old...
Que restera-t-il de notre sang mêlé au sel, sans trace dans les mémoires ? Une ultime navigation, trompeuse. Et des souvenirs, illuminés d'embruns. Mais condamnés au silence de la mer... Loïc Finaz.
Posted: 24-Sep-2004, 10:58 AM
Group: Celtic Nation
Realm: North Carolina
| Let me say first off, that when I was a child, we had to watch TV by candle light 'cause electricity hadn't been invented yet.
There was Boston Blackie, Yancey Deringer, Checkmate, Peter Gunn, Mr. Wizard, Rin Tin Tin, My Friend Flica, Fury, Sky King, Lone Ranger, 77 Sunset Strip, Sgt Preston of the Mounties, I remember the first season of Captain Kangaroo, The Twentieth Century, Industry on Parade (they always talked about some guy that started making plastics in his garage and ended up with a multi million dollar factory), Perry Mason, The Arthur Godfrey Show, Lawrence Welk, boxing once a week, all the Warner Bros. westerns (Sugar Foot, Maverick, Bronco Lane, Cheyenne, etc.) and a bunch more that I'll probably remember as soon as I get up from here.
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Posted: 24-Sep-2004, 11:53 AM
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Realm: Indianapolis, IN
|QUOTE (TheCarolinaScotsman @ 24-Sep-2004, 10:58 AM)|
| There was Boston Blackie, Yancey Deringer, Checkmate, Peter Gunn, Mr. Wizard, Rin Tin Tin, My Friend Flica, Fury, Sky King, Lone Ranger, 77 Sunset Strip, Sgt Preston of the Mounties, |
You should consider getting XM Radio or SIRIUS Radio. Both of them have a classic radio theater channel. But XM has an audiobook/new radio theater channel.
I used to watch all the Saturday Morning Cartoons -- Bugs Bunny, etc. When I was about 13 or 14, they had the Dungeons and Dragons cartoon, which I thought was pretty cool. I was also a big Star Trek geek when I was a kid.
Basically, if it was a cartoon, I watched it. I was also a die-hard Sesame Street and Mister Rogers fan.
When I had kids, I got reacquainted with my two public television mainstays. In fact, if you go to my website -- www.humorcolumnists.com
-- you can read a real tear-jerker essay on what Mister Rogers meant to me and my family.
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Posted: 24-Sep-2004, 04:18 PM
An American Guardian of the Realm
Realm: Fountain Valley, Calif.
|QUOTE (CelticRose @ 24-Sep-2004, 12:03 PM)|
|QUOTE (Shamalama @ 24-Sep-2004, 11:17 AM)|
| Thanks CelticRose. I've spent ALL MORNING writing down the shows I used to watch, and haven't gotten anything done for my employer.|
I am a bad influence, aren't I?
I also watched anything to do with Wyle E Coyote and the Roadrunner.......beep beep....LOL
A terrible influence! After compiling this list, it has become blantantly obvious that I spent way too much time watching television!
Adam-12 ( . .One Adam-12, One Adam-12, 415 family at . . .)
All In The Family ( . . you meathead!)
Barney Miller (Fish)
Bozo the Clown (the Hokey Pokey)
Captain Kangaroo (with Mister Greenjeans)
Daktari (Clarence, the Cross-eyed Lion)
Emergency ( . . Station 51 . .)
Green Acres (Arnold, the pig)
I Dream of Jeannie
I Love Lucy
Kukla, Fran & Ollie
Laverne & Shirley
Leave It to Beaver
Lost in Space (Mister Smith)
Love, American Style
Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Illya Kuryakin)
McMillian & Wife
Mickey Mouse Club
Mork & Mindy (nanoo, nanoo)
My Friend Flicka
My Three Sons
Outer Limits ( . . we control the horizontal . .)
Paul Winchell (Knucklehead)
Polka Parade (with Dick Sinclair and brought to you by Farmer John.)
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
Saturday Night Live
Shari Lewis & Lambchop
Starsky & Hutch
The Addams Family
The Captain & Tennille Show
The Real McCoys
The Partridge Family
The Six Million Dollar Man
The Million Dollar Woman
The Hudson Brothers Show
The Smothers Brothers
The Rockford Files
Thunderbirds (roller skating)
Twilight Zone ( . . welcome to, the twilight zone.)
Waltons ( . . good night, John-boy.)
Wild, Wild West
WKRP In Cincinnati
Wondrful World of Disney
Bugs Bunny ( . . you monsters just lead such INTERESTING lives . .)
Felix the Cat
Heckle & Jeckle
Scooby Doo (first season)
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