"All in the Family" aired on CBS from January 12, 1971 to April 8, 1979, and was number 1 in the Nielsen ratings from 1971 to 1976.
From the late 1970s: Bumble Bee. You can tell it's the freshest-tasting tuna. And you know something? Kids can tell, too.
On The Andy Griffith Show in 1964, Nabors let loose with his deep natural voice, and stunned America. Here's Gomer Pyle astonishing the citizens of Mayberry with his voice.
Let's hear a "Ho, ho, ho" for two of the most memorable characters from the stop-motion animated Christmas specials of the seventies: Heat Miser & Snow Miser. Featured in the 1974 holiday classic, The Ye... Read more...
Look! Up in the sky! It's The Last Starfighter's Lance Guest! Picture yourself playing your favorite video game then suddenly watching it come to life and finding yourself right smack in the middle of it. S... Read more...
The Courtship of Eddie's Father was a TV sitcom about a widower, Tom Corbett (Bill Bixby) and his son, Eddie (Brandon Cruz), who believes his father should marry, and manipulates situations surrounding the wome... Read more...
Annie Oakley - The wonderful female wing shot photographed Some of her notable feats -- Shooting an apple from a man's head with only a mirror for aim -- Sensation of Europe Miss Annie Oakley, the female ... Read more...
Adapted from the long running radio program of the same name, this popular western was the backbone of CBS’ Saturday night programming for 12 years, before anchoring the Monday night shows for its final four seasons.
Schoolhouse Rock: A Noun Is A Person, Place Or Thing Written and performed by Lynn Ahrens, and first aired in 1973 Schoolhouse Rock: Verb: That's What's Happenin' Music and lyrics by Bob Dorough, and per... Read more...
Gilligan's Island ran for a total of 98 episodes over three seasons -- from September 26, 1964, to September 4, 1967.
The monumentally-successful 'I'd like to buy the world a Coke' ad campaign was heard all over the world back in 1971.
Remember Tommy James and the Shondells and their hits - Crystal Blue Persuasion and Crimson and Clover?
Screen legends Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire sing and dance their way into your heart in one of the most timeless holiday classics of all time, Holiday Inn.
In its original run, The Banana Splits Adventure Hour lasted only 31 episodes, but its funky brand of psychedelia had a lasting impact on a lot of kids born in the sixties.
Anybody who lived through the great videotape format war of the late 1970s to early 1980s will never forget that signature question: VHS or Beta?
While boxes of Jell-O pudding pops may be but a memory, we can still remember their glory days through these commercials!
With more than half a billion people watching on television, Neil Armstrong climbs down the ladder and proclaims, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."
Bruce Lee arrives in the US mid-August 1973 to promote Enter the Dragon, his latest film in the kung fu genre responsible for thrusting him to international stardom.
For 7 seasons, Fantasy Island featured Ricardo Montalban as the mysterious Mr Roarke, the overseer of a mystical island where people could live out their fantasies,
John Lennon, the former Beatle whose music set the beat for a revolutionary youth generation in the 1960s, was shot to death outside his Manhattan home by a man who earlier obtained his autograph on the rock star’s new record album, police said today.
Based on Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books, Little House on the Prairie told the story of the Ingalls family and their life on a farm in Walnut Grove, Minnesota.
Bald, Tootsie Pop-snacking Kojak was the king of the police procedural from 1973 through 1978.
Take the world’s simplest game - tic-tac-toe - toss in nine celebrities, stir in some questions that let them show off a little humor and creativity, and of course, fabulous prizes. What do you get? Hollywood Squares, of course!
See Jimi Hendrix play "The Star Spangled Banner" live at Woodstock on August 18, 1969
The show would go on to spawn three TV movies in the late 1980s, as well as several feature films all based on Stan Lee’s comic book creation - but no doubt inspired by the original Bill Bixby series, proving that fans liked Dr Banner even more when he was angry.