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S10 Racer 01-09-2013 06:28 PM

Name (6) Of Your Favorite TV Shows Growing Up.
 
Here's Mine
1. Lost In Space
2. Rat Patrol
3. The Andy Griffith Show
4. Sanford and Son
5. Gilligans Island
6. Jackie Gleason Show

TucsonJay 01-09-2013 07:16 PM

Good subject, but six isn't enough! :-)

Kaptain Kangaroo, Howdy Doody, and Mickey Mouse Club(In the earliest years)

Little Rascals, Three Stooges, The Lone Ranger, Superman,
Bat Man, and Dragnet (as a (pre-teen)

Then...
Ed Sullivan
American Bandstand
...and all of them in "the first guy's list!

Great times! :-) Beats the heck out of reality shows!

BOBCRMAN@aol.com 01-09-2013 07:26 PM

All the above +Saturday mornings as a kid. Cisco Kid. Roy Rogers. Sgt Preston of the Yukon, Sky King, Fury, Rin Tin Tin. Capt Kangaroo. Sheri Lewis. Danial Boone. Robin Hood.
Soupy Sales every morning. All the westerns. Gunsmoke, Bonanza, Wyatt Earp. Sugar Foot, Lawman, Have Gun Will Travel. The Rebel. Wagon Train. Cheyenne.

Later on, anything with a moving mechanical object in it, Sci-Fi.

Woops! more than six. Just got carried away..

wretched ratchet 01-09-2013 07:33 PM

This will verify my age.
1. Hit Parade
2. Texaco Theater
3. American Bandstand
4. Captain Midnight
5. Roy Rogers Show
6. Red Skelton Show

NEW INTERIORS 01-09-2013 07:42 PM

1.The munsters..
2.SpeedRacer..
3.Jetsons..
4.Rin Tin Tin..
5.Three Stooges..
6.Bat Man..
7.Gilligans Island..
8.Sanford and Son..


Sorry !!!! I got stuck back...:drunk::D:thumbup:

I guess it show's my age... I don't remember some of the ones posted..:drunk::drunk::drunk::D

Joe G 01-09-2013 07:54 PM

I agree, it's hard to narrow it down to six.

I'm 38...
Some of my favorite TV shows growing up were:

The Dukes of Hazzard
Grizzly Adams
Mr. Wizard's World
American Sports Cavalcade
Truckin' USA with Ed Bruce
3-2-1 Contact

OK, here's another six:
The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau
Newton's Apple
The A Team
CHiPs
Gilligan's Island
BJ and the Bear

Oh, and any Tex Avery, or Hanna-Barbera cartoon.

Project89 01-09-2013 07:55 PM

the a-team
night rider
lost in space
gilligans islnad
the munsters
cant think of any others atm

NEW INTERIORS 01-09-2013 07:59 PM

BJ and the Bear !!!!!:eek::thumbup:

REMEMBER JUDY LANDERS That played on that show ?????:drool::drool::sweat::sweat:

killeratrod 01-09-2013 08:26 PM

Happy Days
Twilight Zone
I Dream of Jeanne
Vegas
Adam 12
Gunsmoke
Quincy
Colombo

Oldguy48 01-09-2013 08:40 PM

In no particulat order:

Howdy-Doodie
Mickey Mouse Club (especially Annette :mwink:)
Sea Hunt
Dragnet
Cisco Kid
Roy Rogers
Hop-a-Long Cassidy
Red Skelton
3 Stooges
Our Gang

Oops...more than 6. Sorry

dinger 01-10-2013 02:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Oldguy48 (Post 1632827)
In no particulat order:

Howdy-Doodie
Mickey Mouse Club (especially Annette :mwink:)
Sea Hunt
Dragnet
Cisco Kid
Roy Rogers
Hop-a-Long Cassidy
Red Skelton
3 Stooges
Our Gang

Oops...more than 6. Sorry

That's a great list.

I noticed a lot of the shows from the late 60's to the early 80's I never did see, BJ and the Bear, never saw it, I was too busy having fun to watch more than 3-4 hours of TV a week. Now I watch that much almost every night. :rolleyes:

poncho62 01-10-2013 06:19 AM

I guess we got our first TV around 1959....First things I remember watching were Popeye and Heckle and Jeckle cartoons. Watched the Beav, Bonanza, all those other westerns....My dad and I used to watch wrestling on TV (broke my heart when he told me it was fake), Red Skelton was one of my favorites as was Carol Burnett later on. BTW, everyone after Johnny Carson sucked...........

gearheadslife 01-10-2013 06:28 AM

1)dukes of hazzard
2)loony tunes sat morning cartoons
3)happy days
4)bj and the bear
5)hunter
6)hardcastle and McCormic

Irelands child 01-10-2013 06:35 AM

Probably 95% of the shows listed by the rest of you folks would be on my list of old time favorite shows. That for sure exceeds the six requested. Almost anything from the '80s on - too busy earning a living traveling to strange countries, or, when home, helping raise some kids. Since that time, not much on the tube, and only IMO, not worthwhile staring at while there is a project in the shop, a good book or magazine to be read.

wretched ratchet 01-10-2013 07:01 AM

The "Growing Up" part of the Subject really limited the choices of this O.F. because TV was actually younger than I was, when I was "growing up" - - - - ;-(


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