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howdy doody, sky king and superman were some of my favorites.

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Love the topic, so many wonderful memories come flooding back. Thank You!

 

How about these? There was a different western on every night early evenings after supper.

Cheyenne, Sugarfoot, Laramie (Robert Fuller), Rifleman, Laredo

Ty Hardin but can’t recall his character name.

Other western fav - Cisco Kid, Bonanza, Gene Autry, and the infamous ‘Happy Trails To Me’....Roy Rogers and Dale Evans with Buttermilk and old Nelly Bell lol

I’m sure I have to be missing some.

Also anything with animals, especially dogs!  Daktari (Oh how I loved that show and couldn’t wait until it came on; waiting all week) Lassie, Rin Tin Tin, 

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I remember! Anyone not recognizing the name Mickey Dolenz (The Monkees) Smiley Happy
Can’t recall who the male lead actor was that seemed to always take him underwing. Can see his face but not the name Smiley Sad(
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Wasn’t there a spin-off of Wagon Train with the guy who did the scouting for the ‘train’? Believe his real last name was Horton.
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And you are correct. It was an anthology type show. I did watch it; but obviously not all the episodes. I checked and had it confused with a short-lived early/mid 1960's TV series "The Lieutenant" which did star Gary Lockwood.

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Men of Annapolis was a non-linear series, with episodes about different cadets each week. It might have had a host to introduce the stories, but I don't remember who.

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Broderick Crawford in Highway Patrol! 

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Broderick Crawford in Highway Patrol! 

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Do the Soupy Shuffle!
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Sea Hunt with Lloyd Bridges as ex Navy Captain Mile Nelson.  I remember this show well.  It played on Channel 2 CBS in Los Angeles in the late 1950's to about 1964.  Lloyd Bridges lived in my neighborhood on the northeast corner of Kingsland Avenue and Butler Avenue in the late 1950's.  I remember he lived a rather quiet and unassuming life and the time when his Cadillac sedan was stolen in 1960.  Shortly thereafter he moved to Pacific Palisades.

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