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Thread: Memories of TV when a child

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    I remember my dad watching MASH and Happy Days, but these were more my speed:



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    Nobody mentioned Walt Disney yet?

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    I’m 58, so all the usual Saturday morning stuff. Plus watching the Farm Report on WGN waiting for the weekday and weekend kid shows to start.

    Prime time, one of my earliest memories is being pissed that I was sent to bed the night a brand new show premiered - The FBI.. It was my bedtime, and my grandparents probably worried about the subject matter. According to Wikipedia I would have been 3.
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    Mr. Ed, My Favorite Martian, Super Chicken, The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show (my mom loved that one), the Hannah-Barberra cartoons, some cowboy-kiddie show on Boston TV, and Bozo on WGN where some little girl told Bozo to “cram it, clown”.
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    Sea Hunt anyone? Hogan’s Heroes is still a favorite. Zorro, Dragnet, Adam 12, Emergency, Star Trek, The Big Valley, Gunsmoke, F Troop...
    I miss those days.

    Anyone remember a mid 70’s show, titled (I think) “Bearcats”? Two guys in a Stutz Bearcat with a Maxim mounted, driving around the South West US, fighting banditos on the border.

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    About all we ever played as kids was either “Army” or “Star Trek” so I guess Star Trek had an impact. Lots of westerns: Bonanza, Gunsmoke, Wild Wild West, etc. Plus Dragnet, and later on various sitcoms and then MASH. But the first moon landing was definitely the big thing.

    Although I’m realizing I have little sense of time on these subjects; couldn’t tell wether most shows were from when I was 6 years old or 13.

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    I watched this religiously every Saturday night at 2300 when the TV stations signed off.


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    Oh where to begin...

    Weekdays, TV detective shows (“Cannon”, “Rockford Files”, “Police Story”, “Toma”), Adam 12, Hawaii Five-O

    Fun stuff : Brady Bunch, Patridge Family,
    Kids Stuff besides cartoon, Doctor Who, Land of the Lost
    Scary Stuff Night Stalker on Friday nights and Night Gallery. The opening theme music still gives me pause

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    Thunderbirds
    Dr. Who (Tom Baker)
    Jack La Lane
    This guy Ben Something (Hurr?) hosted a show that showed movies weekday mornings on Channel 5 (KTTV?) in Los Angeles
    Sheriff John
    Diver Dan
    Captain Kangaroo
    Hobo Kelly
    Cal Worthington and his Dog Spot car dealership commercials
    AAMCO
    Earl Scheib
    Walter Cronkite
    Dr George Fishbeck
    What's My Line
    Love American Style
    Get Smart
    Man from U.N.C.L.E.
    Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
    Land of the Giants
    Lost in Space
    Time Tunnel
    Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom
    Wonderful World of Disney
    ABC's(?) Monday Night at the Movies
    Mister Rodger's
    Bowling For Dollars (Don't ask me!)
    Dark Shadows
    The Prisoner
    The Avengers
    Flintstones
    Emergency
    Some morning game show where they spun a large wheel for prizes (not Wheel of Fortune)
    Mexican soap operas on Channel 52
    Jerry Lewis Telethon (which, along with PBS Pledge Drives, I hated with a passion)
    Gigantor (Awesome Jonny Quest style adventurism with Giant Robots)
    Jonny Quest
    The Monkees
    Addams Family
    The Munsters
    Family Affair
    The Ghost and Mrs Muir
    Watching Saturday Morning Monster/War/Westerns in our underwear with dad
    ... all with a photo of John "By God" Wayne and Chesty Puller sitting on the set
    Just to name a few

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