staffTVparty is now in our 11th year - the internet's cool television history museum.

When you donate a mere $5.00 to TVparty, you get full access to the enormous archives - over 500 pages, more than 50 HOURS of streaming media files in Real Player format.

After you pay, you'll receive a URL to access the site - that URL will be good for TWO MONTHS!

What a bargain - the movie theater
won't give you a deal like that!

This is not a subscription!

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TVparty takes you back to simpler times.
Experience what the critics say is one of the best sites
on the 'net - TVparty PLUS! Your donation will keep TVparty
comin' at 'ya in the future! So dig deep!

Here is just some of what you'll get:

Sandy Becker! 1977 Fall Preview! TVparty!
Smothers Brothers! LA Locals!  
Amos and Andy! Sonny and Cher Story!

(Over 1,600 media clips on TVparty PLUS!)

Game Shows of the Fifties

Fifties' Sitcoms - I Married Joan, Topper, More!


Captain Kangaroo
Rudolph behind the scenes!


Winky Dink!
 © Wally Wood
Wally Wood Letters
crazy commercials
Death of Redd Foxx!

Mr Terrific too!

Carol Burnett videos on sale!

Movie poster designs

Shindig & Hullabaloo

crazy commercials

...and there are HUNDREDS of other features!
Including a huge section on Local Kid Shows! Go for it!



If you're researching classic TV for a television program, you need TVparty PLUS!

Listed in Yahoo Internet Life magazine's 100 Best Sites.

"It's too good to be true. Put together by Billy Ingram, has gossip, scandal, sex, singing, dancing, action, drama and celebrities with their 'original parts', in addition to lots of video and audio clips of shows you'd probably never admit to liking."
- Krissy Harris, LA Times

"An ingenious tribute that elevates the TV past to artlike proportions. Site guru Billy Ingram has compiled features both over-the-top and museum worthy, the site is blissful nostalgia for those born in the '40s or the '80s. A+
- Entertainment Weekly

"Every decade expresses its kooky collective unconscious on the tube, celebrated affectionately at Billy Ingram's TVparty. Ingram provides a hilarious glimpse into the American pop psyche."
- Yahoo Internet Life Magazine / 9-2000

"TVparty is hands down the best site on the Web for classic TV. Plenty of '70s fare to choose from: cop shows, children's educational programming, game shows - it's all here."
- Discovery Channel

"More than a nostalgia site, TVparty... demonstrates a savvy editorial wit and a genuine fascination with boob-tube culture." (4 of 4 Stars)
- Access magazine

"This slick and splashy site created by writer Billy Ingram is easily the best TV-related site out there. In each one of these pages even the most ardent TV lovers will find something they didn't know before. For a walk on the wild side... take it from us: TVparty is the ultimate Web site for anyone who has ever picked up a remote control." (Grade A+)
- Brian Hartigan,
TV Guide (Canadian edition)

"Cheekily organized and impressively deep ...a beautiful and comprehensive tribute to the box that formerly ruled our lives."
- Dave Nuttycombe, Washington Post

"There's too much to mention here; this site has to be seen to be believed. TV lovers shouldn't miss it." (4 Stars)
- Access Magazine

"What would you be doing if you weren't enslaved by the Net? Why you'd be enslaved by TV. So why not combine the two addictions and thrill to the history of television at this marvelously entertaining site."
- Vancouver Sun

"If you love TV, you'll die for TVparty! TVparty host Billy Ingram used to work in the industry, and this is definitive proof of how much he loves it. Set aside lots of time for TVparty - you're gonna get lost here."
- Diane Wertz, Newsday

"Fascinating online museum! Documents television's wonderfully eclectic adolescence."
- National Geographic

"And they say the Web is addictive... All websurfers over 30 who peek at this TV nostalgia site will get sucked in faster than they can hit their Back buttons. Return to those days of yore with a loved one or three, mouse in hand, proud to have defeated time, amazed by all you missed, at TVparty."
- Netsurfer Digest

"A large, easy to digest collection of facts and photos of some of the great and not-so-great television shows of days gone by."
- Writer's Guild of America

"TVparty!!! Le Voir pour y croire. Un site a retrouver dans las section liens."
- Trippant