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What old TV shows have you been watching lately?

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by James Slattery, Jul 2, 2020.

  1. averica

    averica infinite rider on the big dogma

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents
     
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  2. Hanglow

    Hanglow Forum Resident

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    That Shat.......taking advantage of some downtime getting some thigh work done between shots.
     
  3. kanakaris

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  4. shokhead

    shokhead Head shok and you still don't what it is. HA!

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    Anybody have sea hunt to watch?
     
  5. davenav

    davenav High Plains Grifter

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    I recently binged on The Honeymooners, Peter Gunn, and Andy Griffith Show. Great stuff!!!
     
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  6. Al Kuenster

    Al Kuenster Forum Resident

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    Barney Miller, Bonanza, The Big Valley, Perry Mason, In the Heat of the Night
     
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  7. Hardy Melville

    Hardy Melville Forum Resident

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    Since Diana Rigg's death I have slowly, without binge watching, been watching her era's episodes in order. Extremely rewarding. Of course I simply loved her, so as much fun as it has been to do so, it also comes with no small amount of melancholy as I from time to time remember she is no longer among us.
     
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  8. I need to break out my regi0n B Blu-rays for this again. Great show.
     
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  9. beccabear67

    beccabear67 Musical Omnivore

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    Muffin the Mule from the early '50s BBC! Amazing 20 episodes even survive of this. Annette Mills, the older sister of John Mills, and aunt of Hayley, wrote and performed songs on the piano while puppets danced or interacted with her on the piano top! I watched two episodes, totaling thirty minutes combined, and then I watched (I think for the first time) the Hogarth Puppets world tour home movies extra... which was actually quite interesting although rather long. Ann Hogarth was an excellent puppeteer! Here they cart a trailer and vehicle (and Muffin) to various stops along a route to Australia and New Zealand. Muffin interacts with elephants, koalas, wombats, Maori children and even miners in Western Australia!

    There's also a lovely, if not perfect quality, clip from a later tv program post Annette Mills' demise with Muffin meeting Harry Corbett and Sooty. Harry was a brilliant glove puppeteer and musician/magician! "Oh, Sooty, careful with that hammer! Now look what you've done to the organ!"
     
  10. BDC

    BDC Forum Resident

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    The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.....
    A show in which the last episode aired a couple years before I was born......A unique world for me to escape to...
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  11. Fabsmith

    Fabsmith Forum Resident

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    I am into old Western tv shows such as The Virginian, Wanted: Dead or Alive, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, Wagon Train, Rawhide and Tombstone Territory (under the radar show, discovered it on the Roku Channel).
    Sitcoms I still enjoy from 50s-60s include Leave it to Beaver, Dick Van Dyke, The Real McCoys, Car 54 Where Are You?, Munsters.
     
  12. Kaskade10729

    Kaskade10729 Forum Resident

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  13. Kaskade10729

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    If you got more ass than a proverbial toilet seat, you'd need downtime and thigh work, too....;)
     
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    Kaskade10729 Forum Resident

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  15. Hanglow

    Hanglow Forum Resident

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  17. bmasters9

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    I have enjoyed a couple of Westerns myself, such as the aforementioned Wanted: Dead or Alive, and Have Gun Will Travel.
     
  18. keefer1970

    keefer1970 Metal, Movies, Beer!

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    I've been re-visiting episodes of "Night Court" on the Laff! channel. Still a hoot!
     
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  20. misterdecibel

    misterdecibel Bulbous Also Tapered

    There's a channel here that shows five hours of (remastered) Star Trek a night, six days/week. One hour each of TOS, TNG, DS9, Voyager, and Enterprise.
     
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  21. HGN2001

    HGN2001 Mystery picture member

    That would be H&I (Heroes & Icons). It's a sister network to MeTV (Weigel Broadcasting).
     
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  22. HGN2001

    HGN2001 Mystery picture member

    Old show watched today was THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW. Rob went golfing and then was sick for Laura's evening party.
     
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  23. James Slattery

    James Slattery Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Finished first seasons of Mr. Novak and Eleventh Hour and second season Lou Grant. I'll wait before I go to the next seasons. Right now The Dakotas, Streets of San Francisco and Joe and Sons.
     
  24. formbypc

    formbypc Forum Resident

    Big Bang Theory, in sequence, seasons 1 thru 4 so far. Couple of episodes nightly over the evening meal.
     
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