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Old 07-25-2013, 08:53 AM   #43
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Not so old but... The X-Files.
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:55 AM   #44
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The Big Valley. Victoria Stanwyck-Victoria Barclay.... Linda Evans-Audra, Peter Breck-Nick. Loved that show.

Rowan and Martin's Laugh In. Ruth Buzzi, Lili Tomlin

Eight Is Enough - Dick Van Patten

Maude - Beatrice Arthur

Alice - Linda Lavin

Fish - Abe Vigoda

Green Acres - Eddie Albert & Ava Gabor

The Munsters & The Addams Family

Also I loved the cartoons...Wacky Races I think....

Little House On The Prairie

Falcon Crest - Jane Wyman

Cannon, Hart to Hart,

Ok, sorry, I'll stop now. I live too much in past sometimes.
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Old 07-25-2013, 09:14 AM   #45
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Flamingo Road ... Mark Harmon's early days of acting, long before NCIS. Then there was Morgan Fairchild ... sigh ... she would never answer any of my marriage proposals.

We best not let the younger generation see this thread. They may get the idea that all we did was watch TV. We can proudly brag about our generation being the inventors of the hula hoop, frisbee, and fuzzy dice. A few great songs were hatched in our time too.
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Old 07-25-2013, 06:26 PM   #46
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+1 on Route 66. Would also like Then Came Bronson.
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Old 07-25-2013, 06:41 PM   #47
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Hogans heroes with Pontus as col clink. For movies a new version of titanic, with bernanke as the captain steering the sinking ship.
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Hogans heroes with Pontus as col clink. For movies a new version of titanic, with bernanke as the captain steering the sinking ship.
Good one !! Who do you suppose would be on ice berg watch?
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Some that I forgot:

Gray Ghost
Men of West Point
Silent Service
Baa Baa Black Sheep
Airwolf
Colt 45
The A-Team
Last of the Mohicans
Victory at Sea
Little Rascals
Charlie Chan
Captain Video (still have the decoder ring)
Red Rider
Ranger Joe

Does the list give away my age? Hint ... think dirt.
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In living Color with the Wyans Brothers, Jim Carrey and more !
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Then Came Bronson. When I was 16 I wanted to be him... Harley w/bed roll, traveling from place to place. Now I am him....I traded the bed roll for a Sleep # bed in a 30 MH but the Harley is still on the back....
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Then Came Bronson. When I was 16 I wanted to be him... Harley w/bed roll, traveling from place to place. Now I am him....I traded the bed roll for a Sleep # bed in a 30 MH but the Harley is still on the back....
Somewhere around here I have an autographed picture of Michael Parks with his leather jacket thrown over his shoulder. No bike in the shot.

He sang the songs featured on the show and I may still have the album too. It was a short run series but it had all the elements of the time and life on the road. He was more of a pacifist than Billy Jack and saving someone from something and moving on.

My aunt was in theatre in college and was friends with him. At the time, she still lived with my grandparents in Hawthorne Ca. One afternoon my grandfather came home to find him asleep in the front yard. My grandfather told him to go to the backyard. After that it wasn't uncommon to find him asleep in the back yard. Hard to believe he is the same guy that ended up in Mexico and elsewhere in Kill Bill.

Like the Bronson theme song - we're always ready to be "Going Down that Long Lonesome Highway".

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Been waiting decades for Route 66. It's currently running on Retro TV, syndicated series.

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We all forgot Route 66... It had Travel, Corvettes, and pretty girls. What else do you need????

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