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I don’t often get surprised by nostalgic posts and pictures of popular figures from our past. But this one took me aback. One, because I had never seen it before; and two, because I could identify every single kid in the picture. Starting from the back, from left to right: Billy Mumy played young Will…
Sock it to me: Flash back to Laugh In, the wacky TV show that made a star of Goldie Hawn - Click Americana
"Laugh-In" got people talking about television again. Its rapid-fire gags, many of them dreadful, were repeated by millions every Tuesday morning.
The Munsters: Behind the scenes with TV stars Fred Gwynne & Yvonne De Carlo, plus the 60s show's theme - Click Americana
Spooky sitcom stars Fred Gwynne & Yvonne De Carlo talked about their lives & what it was like to film The Munsters TV show in these classic cast interviews!
In the late 1950s, television was dominated by Westerns: Gunsmoke, Wagon Train, The Rifleman, Have Gun Will Travel, and Bonanza. At a time when there were only three channels, 15 to 17 million households a week were tuning in to these shows. To give a sense of the allure of the Beat Generation, in a […]
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“Peyton Place is more complicated than you think.”
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Do you recognize all these classic couples?
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Forget the Beatles; it’s television that really made these years what they were. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the top 10 deca...
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TV became popular in the 1950s, but the 1960s saw its real explosion. By the end of the 60s the vast majority of US household had a television. With this gain in popularity came the addition of more channels and more shows, and it wasn't all about watching the news. TV became a way to rela ...
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