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Shazam! TV show from 1974 Why Did They Fire TV's Captain Marvel?
"It was a precedent setting case at the Screen Actor's Guild, and Filmation had to pay me for all the shows they didn't use me on, plus residuals. Still, these clown's actions doomed a marvelous show. It wasn't John Davies' fault that he was suddenly thrown into the part of Captain Marvel. It was a rush job. I was fired at 1:00 PM that day, and he was out on the set at 3:00 PM. That's pretty darn fast, I'd say. One of the Execs' reasoning was "The kids'll never know the difference." Riiight. John's a fine actor, but he's no more Captain Marvel than I am Wonder Woman."

1950s TV Thanksgiving1950s TV Thanksgiving
Jump back in time for a nostalgic look at Thanksgiving as it was portrayed on TV in the nifty fifties.
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Dialing For Dollars Local TV ShowDialing For Dollars?

Many a housewife in the 1960s, and well into the mid-1970s, would be sitting at home eating Bon Bons when the phone rang and a familiar voice asked, "This is Charlie Harville from Channel Eight's Dialing for Dollars calling. Do you know the count and the amount?" If fair maiden was watching the morning or afternoon movie she would know that the "count" was the number spun on the wheel early in the program, and the "amount" (what she could win) would be the money accumulated since the last winner.

Mickey Deems InterviewInterview with a Show Business Legend
The creator of Mack & Myer For Hire was Mickey Deems, a true keeper of the old-school flame of classic comedy. Mickey, who is alive and well and living in California, was kind enough to share with us some of his memories of this wonderful forgotten comedy series.

The Lone rangerThe Lone Ranger!
The Lone Ranger character originated on radio in 1933, and the program followed the exploits of a former Texas Ranger roaming the West atop his steed Silver and with his faithful Indian sidekick, Tonto, alongside him. Three actors lent their voice to the Lone Ranger during its radio days, and two more played the part in 1930s movie serials. Clayton Moore brought the role to television. The show first aired Sept. 15, 1949, on ABC.

I Love Lucy / Lucy Shows Lucy: Reconsidered
An episode-by-episode review of all 180 plots of the classic series (a content analysis as the highfalutin' academics might call it), in the end presents a very different image of this beloved series and a surprising reassessment of a central character we all thought we knew so well.
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John Wayne TV Shows / classic television shows / 1960s & 70s classic televisionThe Betty White Show
Traditionally, the 'Queen of Television' title goes to Lucille Ball but since she's gone I believe the mantle has been passed to Betty White; no other TV star has enjoyed so much success over the last 60 years. But her 1970s sitcom never really got off the ground.
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Leave it to beaver family photoTV Moms Reunion
Every generation identifies with a particular TV family. In the 1950s it was "Ozzie & Harriet" and "Father Knows Best". For me and other baby boomers, it was "Leave it to Beaver." For some kids growing up in the 1970s it was "The Brady Bunch" while, a decade later, "The Cosby Show" provided a role model for youngsters of all ages and races. For Kathryn Morris, star of the hit CBS drama "Cold Case," it was "Family Ties."
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Erin Gray / 1980s TV showsAnatomy of My TV Crushes
I was 11 years old when I had my first television crush. I’d just learned at 10 that I wouldn’t be allowed to marry my mother—apparently, that sort of thing is not only frowned upon, it’s also illegal—so it was time to move on, time to find a new woman. It didn’t take long for me to pick a replacement. My new crush was on television every Saturday night at 8:30.

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Classic TVThey Made an Album?!?
Yes, most of us are already aware that the likes of William Shatner, John Travolta and various “Brady” kids have all had their dreams of musical greatness and have all put out albums of their warblings at one time or another. But… they are far from alone in the world of surprising others who have also attempted to parlay their notoriety or fame in one field into the world of the recording arts.
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Sandy Becker / Classic TV Host / kid shows on TVSandy Becker!
"Anyone who grew up in New York in the 50's and 60's had to know Sandy Becker. He shaped a lot of our personalities. Along with Hambone, Norton Nork, and The Old Professor, I remember his lovable puppets, Geeba Geeba and Marvin Mouse. Sandy Becker was one of a kind. He really seemed to care about his audience and about the welfare of the younger generation. We could sure use a Sandy Becker today."
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In the early-eighties, young people in Los Angeles were flocking to makeshift clubs in droves to see new, up and coming bands. Live new music, not DJs, was what they craved. These writings provide a sketchy look at the underground club scene in Los Angeles during the time that groups like X, Missing Persons, The Go-Go's, The Minutemen and Wall of Voodoo entered the public consciousness.
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