Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by alexpop, Sep 11, 2020.
Probably my all time favourite was ..
Last season was in COLOR.
I watched it all in B&W.
There is a few other contenders... Lost In Space ..The Man From Uncle ( brilliant . Film versions not as good ).
Good decade, not just for music.
Probably Doctor Who for me. Followed by The Prisoner and Star Trek.
This is a tough one for me as I love a lot of 60s shows. I really love 77 Sunset Strip and all of its spin offs- Hawaiian Eye, Surfside Six and Bourbon Street Beat (probably my least favorite). I think the best quality would be two shows from the same producers- Naked City and Route 66.I might give a slight edge to Naked City.
In honor of Diana Rigg: The Avengers - Kinky AF and I think a bit ahead of it's time.
The Prisoner is my all time favorite. I just finished my annual viewing of all episodes.
I enjoyed some of the westerns. Big Valley and Virginian. Bonanza not so much. The Name of The Game was another favorite.
Not quite sure if these are all "series" in the strictest sense, but they certainly are favorites:
The Addams Family
Monty Python's Flying Circus
Yeah, my first thought was The Fugitive as well, although I wasn't a regular viewer - too young.
Star Trek of course, because of its' phenomenal staying power through syndication.
But really, for pure mind-eff'ery, gotta be all about Number 6, The Village, and the giant beach ball. Ahead of its' time.
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The Wild, Wild West
“The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis” September 1959 to June 1963
I used to watch Rat Patrol a lot too but I can't remember if it was actually a good show. Since it appears to have disappeared into the ether, I am guessing not. I was a GI Joe kid too so that may have colored my perspective...
Star Trek followed by The Prisoner.
Dick Van Dyke Show
A weekend thread for the oldies, but goldies.
I think there’s a difference between “best” and “favorite”. I have to admit that “I Dream of Jeannie” is a favorite, but I would never suggest it as anywhere near best.
For best I’d vote for “The Fugitive”. I think “The Prisoner” is up there too, but “The Fugitive” is more accessible.
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