If you're a DVD producer looking for the rarest of the rare, TV shows thought long gone, you need to contact A.J. McWhorter at Television Archives.
Don't miss Jim Fanning's Disney Blog - Tugley Wood.
Yesteryear Museum is a fun Blog focusing on Classic TV.
The latest on all your favorite current TV shows at Televisionista.
Tom Gilbert Timeless TV Blog focuses on the shows you love - the old ones!
Funny Cartoon Drawings - D6 Production is a Cartoon Specialist and a leading comic production company.
tvseriesfinale.com has info on how your favorite shows and character stories ended - as well as series' reunions, videos, podcasts, and more.
A site to help you find that vintage toy gun you're looking for.
TV Bistro offers your favorite TV channels worldwide.
Check out a collection of e-mail interviews (the lazy part) of people that interest- the Lazy Interviewer. There's even an interview with TVparty's Billy Ingram.
You'll find behind-the-scenes stories from the TV industry at Lee Goldberg's excellent new blog.
Always new material and fascinating stories about animation from the early days to today: Cartoon Brew.
Buddy TV makes watching TV a lot less lonely - new concept!
One of the best live performers I've ever seen, and I've seen 'em all, baby - Click here for LYPSINKA.
RetroRoost.com: Your nostalgia resource on the web. Info and links on music, movies, vintage clothing, collectibles & more from the 20's to the '70s.
If you love reading Blogs as much as I do, then check out Child of Television, Tony Figueroa's excellent new television spot.
Excellent site devoted to beloved Detroit TV horror host of the '60s through the '80s - www.SirGravesGhastly.com.
TV-now is an incredible resource! Imagine looking up your favorite movies (or stars) and finding out when you can see them, and on what channel. Bookmark this one!
Remember the Burke family that starred in a Grape-Nuts commercial that ran from the summer of 1968 through 1970?
Brian Karimzad's 80's TV Theme Super Site will keep you in classic TV heaven! This is one of the greatest resources on the internet. Wow!
70's Live Action Kid Vid - a fantastic site with tons of pictures and info on your favorite Saturday morning live action shows of the 70s.
Twin Cities' kid show host Allan Lotsberg has a theater troupe you should see if you are in the area.
More on the great at Daws Butler at dawsbutler.com.
Retro Planet ~ Vintage Signs, Retro Gifts, Funky Decor & Diner Furniture.
One of the BEST sites I've run across in a LONG time - cartoonresearch.com - coverage of classic comic books, animated features and rare cartoons. Animation history lovers should check out Cartoon Brew by all means.
Keith Milford's Vintage Detroit TV & Movie Board is for lovers of old-time Detroit television.
TV Classics is the source for the latest news on where you can see many of the classic variety shows you read about here. You won't believe how many great shows are out there right now. Videos are available as well, so definitely check this out.
If you enjoy TV music, The Museum of Television Production Music is devoted to preserving those tunes.
Britian's Space Patrol (known as 'Planet Patrol' in the US) is detailed on this tribute to the classic children's series.
A website devoted to Read All About It, a CBC production highlighted in the TVparty book!
A fan site devoted to The Smothers Brothers.
Gary Grossman is the author of Superman: Serial to Serial - highly recommended! Click here: George Reeves is SUPERMAN!
Dedicated to the Preservation of Australia's Television History through collection of early still and video material.
The Lost 45s with Barry Scott features Top 40 records from the 60s, 70s and 80s that no longer receive airplay. On radio in syndication and now heard on the web.
The Cumberland Trio is online - with a salute to Hootenanny.
Fantastic salute to The Classic Hollywood Squares!
Want to see some great animated openings to TV shows like The Hathaways and Bewitched? Of course you do! Try Toon Tracker. This site is a real treat for classic TV lovers.
Donald F. McLean has set up a website devoted to his restoration of the earliest known recordings of television. The 30-line, vertical bias mechanical scanner-disc system developed by John Logie Baird, and the analogue discs they were recorded on.
Here's a tribute to the classic Minneapolis kiddie show - Lunch With Casey.com.
One of the most entertaining newsletters I've ever gotten - devoted to The Andy Griffith Show - get info at www.tagsrwc.com. Tell 'em TVparty sent y'all!
Kaptain Kidshow is devoted to old children's shows from the Washington, DC area - Willard Scott's "Bozo", Pick Temple and Jim Henson's Muppets are some highlights.
Seattle TV shows are profiled on Dellie Goose's homepage.
Ron Dante of The Archies has a new web site it's www.rondante.com. "You are my candy, giiiiiirl, and you got me wantin' you!"
WCCO-TV children's show "Axel and His Dog" is highlighted here.
Tulsa TV Memories are found at Mike Ransom's site.
Rankin-Bass is online - they're the guys that do those great holiday specials we all grew up on, like 'Rudolf' and 'Frosty'.
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