Canadian TV in the 1960s

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by John B, Dec 11, 2017.

  1. Whizz Kid

    Whizz Kid Forum Resident

    Nipziffic, Professor! :righton:
     
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  2. John B

    John B Once Blue Gort,<br>now just blue. Thread Starter

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    Toronto, Canada
    Sadly, So much of NZ and your neighbour across the Pond's '60s TV has been binned.
     
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  3. The Hole Got Fixed

    The Hole Got Fixed Owens, Poell, Saberi

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    Coming Up Rosie.
     
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  4. DRM

    DRM Forum Resident

    We lived in the Buffalo, New York area when I was a young child.

    One of my earliest memories is watching this great Canadian show as a 4 year old.
     
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  6. muffmasterh

    muffmasterh Forum Resident

    Location:
    East London U.K
    loved that show and it was repeated a lot in the Uk, Wojeck also springs to mind ( excuse spelling its from memory ) it was years later that i realised that was program i saw in the late 60's , i was about 8 or 9 and it was quite adult, it was the first time i ever heard the word abortion on tv.
     
  7. MLutthans

    MLutthans That's my spaghetti, Chewbacca! Staff

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    Marysville, WA
    Ah -- great! Thank you. A few times, I've tried Googling (what I mis-remembered as) Hello, Rosie. Now, I can sleep at night. ("Coming Up Rosie" is a much better title that actually makes sense.)
     
  8. Karnak

    Karnak "81-82-83-84..."

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    Longtime Buffalo news anchor Irv Weinstein dies at 87
    :sigh:
     
  9. Macman

    Macman Forum Resident

    Don Messer and Singalong Jubilee (with a very young Anne Murray) were weekly staples in my household. I loved Razzle Dazzle and The Forest Rangers and, of course, Hockey Night in Canada. The Trouble With Tracy is without a doubt the worst sitcom of all time. It's in a class of its own.
     

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