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Classic kitchen scene from the ‘Honeymooners’ TV show of the From left, Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, Audrey Meadows, and Joyce Randolph. Classic Jackie Gleason could not be beat.

Who could not love the Andy Griffith Show? Everyone needs a friend like Andy. And, Barney, what a great character. Loved him.

Actor Andy Griffith dead at 86

Old TV shows with no bad language And Barney with his one bullet. Andy wouldn't let him carry a gun unless the one bullet was buttoned in his shirt pocket.

Pit Bull Terriers as Nanny Dogs. The American Pit Bull Terrier is a well established breed in America, although its origins are British. These dogs were used as fighting dogs until the prohibition of dogfights in

The original: The first bionic man, as seen in the 1970s television show 'The Six Million Dollar Man'

'Bionic man' created with completely artificial parts shown off in NY

The original: The first bionic man, as seen in the television show 'The Six Million Dollar Man': Lee Majors

I Love Lucy (aired 1951-1957)

The cast of I Love Lucy: Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance, and William Frawley. all brilliant comedians

"Laugh In"  Goldie Hawn

Actress Goldie Hawn, who came to prominence as the "sock-it-to-me" girl on TV's Laugh-In, was born Nov.

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The Mickey Mouse Club

If you happened to be at Walt Disney World recently, you might’ve recognized a face among the crowd from classic TV when original “Mickey Mouse Club” Mouseketeer Sherry Van Meter (née Alberoni), was here on vacation.

funny how show were entertaining back then even without all the sexual innuendos....

My Three Sons, Fred MacMurray! I loved this show and ended up having 3 sons of my own years later.

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Our Gang Photo The Little Rascals Comedy Child Actors Black and White Television

Mr Edd of course of course

Mister Ed, the talking horse and Wilbur Post (Alan Young) - an American television situation comedy produced by Filmways and first aired from January 5 to July and then on CBS from October 1961 to February I so loved this show! My favorite!

I loved this show ~ Captain Kangaroo  and Mr Green Jeans - and Bunny Rabbit and Mr. Moose and Dancing Bear and the Town Clown . . .

Captain Kangaroo (right) and Mr. Talk about part of growing up - we absolutely had to watch Captain Kangaroo! And Mr. Greenjeans, and Bunny Rabbit, and Grandfather Clock!

My Three Sons. William Frawley as Bob, Tim Considine as Mike, Stanley Livingston as Chip, Fred MacMurray as Steve, and Don Grady as Robbie from My Three Sons.

My Three Sons - Sept. Starring: Fred MacMurray William Frawley William Demarest Don Grady Stanley Livingston Barry Livingston Tim Considine Meredith MacRae Tina Cole Beverly Garland Dawn Lyn Ronne Troup Daniel, Joseph, and Michael Todd

George Reeves "Adventures of Superman" (1951-58)

George Reeves - as Clark Kent on TV Series --- Superman 1952 - 1958 We did not get a tv until 1957 and then were transferred to Japan. I did not know that Superman spoke English until 1959 when we moved back state side.

Laugh in - Goldie Hawn was so ditsy in this show and I seem to remember a crazy laugh!  One summer my cousin Debbie & I painted her brother Chad 's upper body.  He had a very difficult time getting it off.  hahaha

Goldie Hawn on the 1968 TV show "Rowan Martin's Laugh-In" .sock it to me.

Ozzy & Harriet- I had the biggest crush on Ricky

Ozzie Nelson, Harriet Nelson, David Nelson and Ricky Nelson pose for a portrait to publicize the release of their movie "Here Come The Nelsons" which was released in 1951

Captain Kangaroo...with Mr Green Jeans, Moose, Dancing Bear...

Boy, I'll say, I loved Captain Kangaroo every morning. I remember when I was young, one time my mother was wanting to dress me for the day and I said."Not in front of Captain Kangaroo".funny how I remember that so clearly.