Television shows

Cast of The Munsters 1960s

The Munsters are ready for more (1965)

Sweet Lily Munster is prepared to look up with love at her Herman, cook dinner for Grandpa, hand son Eddie his lunchbox, and play the noble retiring housewife on CBS' "The Munsters" next season.
Little House on the Prairie - Ingalls family

The new TV series: Little House on the Prairie (1974)

Michael Landon stars in 'The Little House on the Prairie,' a fact-based World Premiere drama that tells the story of the Ingalls family in its move to Kansas from Wisconsin, and its struggle to survive there, as seen through the eyes of young Laura, who also narrates.

The backstory of TVs huge hit, Bonanza (1959-1973)

Few people thought "Bonanza" would last long, but the mythical Ponderosa, the father image of Lorne Greene, Blocker's gentle giant, the other larger-than-life inhabitants and the horseback morality plays they participated in, will glow on tubes around the world for years to come.
Kevin Tighe - Randy Mantooth - Emergency TV show

Young viewers love ‘Emergency!’ TV show paramedics (1972-1979)

The Emergency TV show started at midseason, and many critics and Hollywood types figured the show would die in June -- but it was a success. One factor for sure: Randy Mantoooth and Kevin Tighe, who play paramedics John Gage and Roy DeSoto, have made indelible impressions on viewers.

10 top TV catchphrases of the ’80s

Do you remember these totally awesome TV catchphrases of the '80s? Which of these lines from the eighties do you still find yourself saying every now and then?
1967 Get Smart

TV’s ‘Get Smart’ spoofs the spies (1965)

What do you get when you mix equal parts Mel Brooks and James Bond? Get Smart - one of the most hilarious spoofs on spies and private eyes ever to be presented on television or in any other medium. (Also see the memorable opening credits!)
That Girl - Marlo Thomas - Ted Bessell

Marlo Thomas shines in TV’s ‘That Girl’ (1967)

After 'That Girl' proved a comedy success and a sort of personal triumph last season for the dark-haired, dark-eyed girl who played the title role, ABC executives suggested that the series be called 'The Marlo Thomas Show.'

I’m Just A Bill – Schoolhouse Rock (1975)

This widely-beloved cartoon music video for 'I'm Just A Bill' came out in 1975 as part of Schoolhouse Rock, a memorable series of animated shorts that ran with the Saturday morning cartoons.

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