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Men of Annapolis! Without checking: not on very long and with Gary Lockwood?

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I remember hearing the Alfred Hitchcock music. His show was after my bedtime. I've seen a lot of them since then, of course. I remember Victory at Sea, because my dad was in WWII, also Navy Log, West Point, Men of Annapolis.

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"Little Rascals" or an earlier version: "Our Gang"

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Message 54 of 188

Ozzie and Harriet. Uncle Miltie was a little before my time. Soupy Sales anyone? And who can forget Captain Kangaroo or Shari Lewis and her puppets: Lambchop?

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How about Mickey Mouse Club, Loretta Young, Leave It To Beaver, As The World Turns, Lawrence Welk, Ed Sullivan Show, Carol Burnett, Shirley Temple.  I loved the old cartoons such as Popeye The Sailor, Tom and Jerry.

 

 

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Do you remember: Sea Hunt with Lloyd Bridges &  Alfred Hichcock

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Don McNeil's Breakfast Club was on the radio for years. That's where I remember it from. For the last couple of years it was telecast at the same time as the radiocast, and then it finally went away. From those early days I remember the organist, Korla Pandit, in the afternoon. Stan Chambers and a lady whose name I've forgotten did a show in L.A. called "Handy Hints," on KTLA Channel 5. Bill Stulla, the future Engineer Bill, had a daytime show called "Parlor Party" which included a segment of birthday kids. I was on it on my 5th birthday in 1951.

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How about the Nelsons, Uncle Millie and the Untouchables? Anyone remember Big Chuck in Cleveland or Kookla, Fran and Ollie? How about Don Mc Neal’s Breakfast Club. 

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My favorite western on Friday night after the Monkeeys were the Wild Wild West, starring Robert Conrad and Ross Martin. And on Sunday evening my favorite Syfy were Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea, starring Richard Basehart and David Hedison.

BJ JOHNSON
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How about "The Dick Van Dyke Show"? His brother, Jerry, just passed away a few days ago. RIP.

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