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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. shokhead

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

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    Yes, some older shows for whatever reason will do that. Not hold up or just get old after a few watchings.
     
  2. bmasters9

    bmasters9 Forum Resident

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    Is it too heavy, too dramatic, poorly acted...?
     
  3. John B Good

    John B Good Forum Hall Of Fame

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    Way too light, and slapstick, for my liking.
     
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  4. U.F.O.

    funny, I don’t remember 1980looking so much like the 60’s and early 70’s.
     
  5. TheNightfly1982

    TheNightfly1982 Well-Known Member

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    Florida
    Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

    The Golden Girls

    Murder, She Wrote

    Thriller w/ Boris Karloff
     
  6. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    One Step Beyond...still hoping for a complete DVD or BD box! Does anyone remember the gas pill episode? man invents a gas pill when mixed with water turns to gasoline...(...no flatulence found anywhere. ; )...) met with the Gov and soon disappeared! geez...
     
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  7. Alan G.

    Alan G. Forum Resident

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    ^ ^ ^
    I DO remember seeing that forever ago. Seems to me it was a two-parter. The other segment was about live things raining (frogs?) or a glider that landed with nobody in it. Sound familiar? But the guy inventing that “instant” gasoline pill was a killer.
     
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    Damn that Ally's got some great gams.
     
  9. clayton

    clayton Senior Member

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    minneapolis mn
    Mission Impossibe
     
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  10. Bink

    Bink Forum Resident

    A bit tragic but I recently bought a couple of boxsets of the Australian soap Neighbours. These particular sets were of the first episodes from 1985.

    I started watching the series in 1987, as a lot of people did at the time, but gave up on it after a while so it's been fun to watch episodes that pre-dated when I started watching it.

    It if course launched a number of careers that are still going strong including Kylie Minogue, Guy Pearce and Russell Crowe.
     
  11. rockclassics

    rockclassics Forum Resident

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    Arkansas, USA
    Same here. I stumbled across the dedicated channel on Pluto TV the other day. While it is not on demand for each episode they run episodes 24/7 and they seem to be chronological order.
    I find myself turning to it a couple of times a day to watch a couple of episodes. This show still holds up.
     
  12. beccabear67

    beccabear67 Musical Omnivore

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    Victoria, Canada
    87th Precinct. I used to read the paperbacks by Ed McBain this early '60s b&w Robert Lansing show was based on but, I'm enjoying the show too. Really good cast including Normal Fell. I'd rate it above Decoy: Police Woman which I also have on hand.
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    Fell and Lansing.
     
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  13. Robert M.

    Robert M. Forum Resident

    The Buffalo Bill Show 1983-4

    Adult comedy created and mostly written by Jay Tarses. Pretty close to real life live radio and tv production. The Jerry Lewis Week (impersonaters) episode with a very young Jim Carrey is a laugh riot.

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  14. aforchione

    aforchione Forum Resident

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    Englewood, Florida
    Been watching Banacek on Amazon..the 70’s outfits and hair styles are a hoot.
     
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  15. lc317

    lc317 Forum Resident

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    Recently watched the first half dozen or so episodes of The Prisoner with Patrick McGoohan.

    Started off excellent, but it has really meandered a bit the last few episodes. Think it's 20 eps long, will probably stick it out.

    Beyond that, I have started watching the Kolchak movies and will start the 20 TV episodes this week. The first Kolchak movie was entertaining.
     
  16. malcolm reynolds

    malcolm reynolds Handsome, Humble, Genius

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    The Prisoner


    Still makes my brain hurt.
     
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  17. Doghouse Riley

    Doghouse Riley Forum Resident

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    North West England
    Jesse Stone and Justified
     
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  18. rjp

    rjp Senior Member

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    ohio
    west wing on HBOmax, never watched it when it was on, what a tremendous TV show.
     
  19. shokhead

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

    Location:
    USA
    Yep.
     
  20. Brenald79

    Brenald79 Forum Resident

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    Canada
  21. YoGarrett

    YoGarrett Well-Known Member

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    Lansing, IL
    The Mrs and I have been re-watching Columbo. This is I think the third time we've watched all of them since we've been together.
     
  22. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    My Favorite Martian
     
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  23. Bink

    Bink Forum Resident

    I have also been watching this sporadically over the last couple of years. It's interesting how often the storylines can reflect current events. I watched an episode recently where the 25th amendment was invoked for example.....
     
  24. MrSka57

    MrSka57 Forum Resident

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    Syracuse, New York
    Picked up The Untouchables Seasons 1-3 at Big Lots for $20.
    One of my childhood favorites.
     
  25. Alan G.

    Alan G. Forum Resident

    Location:
    NW Montana
    Watching Peter Gunn on Prime. I watched this as a kid. Besides the iconic Mancini music, the always-seems-to-be-night exteriors, and the characters, the surprise was they presented a crime and cleaned it up - all in a half hour.
     

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