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Thread: Vintage TV Shows

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    Staying here with Dad and taking care of him, I have been thrust into the world of Sanford and Son, The Waltons (love it), Mayberry RFD, Bonanza and, thank goodness The Dick Van Dyke Show (thank goodness for comic relief!

    What are some of your favorites?

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    Andy Griffith

    We have the whole set of DVD's and I'm usually watching these when I'm sewing.

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    Mash is our all time favorite. Is it considered Vintage? I love Luci. The other night we watch Dick Van Dyke Show.

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    Our cable just started running MeTV and it has several old shows I grew up with. Dick Van Dyke (best show of all time), Sgt.Bilko (used to watch that as a kid), Bob Newhart (original show from the 70's), Mary Tyler Moore, Car 54 Where Are You?, etc.
    Love it.

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    I love the Waltons. I have all 9 seasons on DVD plus the movies. I watch them all the time. Everyone in the house is sick of them.

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    I like All in the Family,i don't know if it's vintage or not.

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    Married with Children ..not sure how old but love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjeriann
    I love the Waltons. I have all 9 seasons on DVD plus the movies. I watch them all the time. Everyone in the house is sick of them.
    Same here!
    I watch 1 episode every night.
    I LOVE them. :D

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    Ah!! Love them all...and my favorite? Gomer Pyle, USMC!! :)

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    i used to like mary tyler moore, but i don't see the reruns of that

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    Bewitched!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlonger
    Married with Children ..not sure how old but love it
    Married with Children is my husband All Time Favorite old show. Its not vintage it came out in the 90's but there are alot of nights that he can't sleep and they come on at 2 AM and he will watch them until 4 AM when they are over for the night. He also has all of the DVD's.
    He just got Abbot and Costello on DVD all their movies and now hes hooked on those too.
    Myself, I LOVE LOVE I Love Lucy and The Waltons and Little House on the Prairie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlee
    Ah!! Love them all...and my favorite? Gomer Pyle, USMC!! :)
    I forgot about Gomer....SURRRRRRRRPRIZZZZZZZZZZZEE, SURRRRPRIZZZZZZZEE. lol

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    We do not have cable; but we do have a lot of VHS and DVDs. One of my favorites are the Star Trek movies and tv series. We also like to watch Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin in their series Colgate Comedy Hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms Grace
    Quote Originally Posted by bjeriann
    I love the Waltons. I have all 9 seasons on DVD plus the movies. I watch them all the time. Everyone in the house is sick of them.
    Same here!
    I watch 1 episode every night.
    I LOVE them. :D
    I love JohnBoy's wedding.

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    Ah the Walton's ..I have to say they are my favorite and for the last few weeks watch them at least 3 to 4 episodes a day. Funny thing I never tire of them...lol!

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    Green Acres :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    When I was younger I wanted to be 'Hot Lips Houlihan' from Penobscot Bay. Loved "MASH".

    Also "Frasier".

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    Mama's Family! I love that kooky insane total ridiculous show!

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    I have no idea which ones are on TV or DVD, but I've been wanting to see My Three Sons again. Anyone remember, with Fred MacMurray (sp?) ? The sons were Rob, Chip & Ernie.

    Also would love to see Here Come the Brides, the one with the three brothers, Jason, Joshua and Jeremy.Bobby Sherman played Jeremy.

    (I didn't intend a three-brothers theme, by the way! The shows were very different.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisanne
    I have no idea which ones are on TV or DVD, but I've been wanting to see My Three Sons again. Anyone remember, with Fred MacMurray (sp?) ? The sons were Rob, Chip & Ernie.

    Also would love to see Here Come the Brides, the one with the three brothers, Jason, Joshua and Jeremy.Bobby Sherman played Jeremy.

    (I didn't intend a three-brothers theme, by the way! The shows were very different.)
    I loved the early episodes of My Three Sons but stopped watching it when the original oldest son Mike (Tim Considine) quit the show and the original uncle/housekeeper, Bub, (William Frawley from I Love Lucy) died. It was a great show way back then.

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    I can't believe no one has said Little House on the Pairie!
    I loved My Three Sons too but it was better before Ernie when Mike was on, hunka, hunka!

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    I loved all of these and any shows from from that era but, star trek or anything like it. Just me. Waltons is great. I loved Dean Martins show and Red Skelton. Just classy.

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    Rowan and Martin's Laugh In; Emergency!; and of course, Charlie's Angels. Yes, I consider them vintage. I have lots of memories of watching Jackie Gleason, the Honeymooners, the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour and also the Donnie and Marie show... my dad was big on comedy and variety shows.

    Here is another blast from the past I loved: the Gong Show (the original)

    My number one favorite: The Carol Burnett Show. Hands-down.

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    Magnum, P.I., Kojak, Miami Vice, Hill Street Blues, L. A. Law...... I think there's a pattern, here. Oh, Quincy M.E., the Odd Couple.

    Make Room for Daddy and That Girl and the Smothers' Bros. and Monty Python's Flying Circus, Rowan and Martin's Laugh In and Saturday Night Live with John Belushi.

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