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When I was a kid the Saturday morning started with Captain Kangaroo, who showed Tom Terrific, and then there were Mighty Mouse, ("Here I come to save the day!"), and Heckle and Jeckle, the talking Magpies. 
mujerado 03-18-2018 12:36 PM
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There are other shows I saw that aren't so well-remembered today. There was Frontier, a half-hour anthology program about people moving across the country in our early days. It was hosted by Walter Coy, who introduced the story, and at the end he alw...
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Robert Horton played Flint McCullough, the scout on Wagon Train, for the first seasons. He left to pursue other things, one of which was the Broadway musical, The Rainmaker. He did have another western series after Wagon Train, but it wasn't a spinof...
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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.
mujerado 01-09-2018 06:49 PM
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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.
mujerado 01-09-2018 04:46 PM
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When I was a kid the Saturday morning started with Captain Kangaroo, who showed Tom Terrific, and then there were Mighty Mouse, ("Here I come to save the day!"), and Heckle and Jeckle, the talking Magpies. 
mujerado 03-18-2018 12:36 PM
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There are other shows I saw that aren't so well-remembered today. There was Frontier, a half-hour anthology program about people moving across the country in our early days. It was hosted by Walter Coy, who introduced the story, and at the end he alw...
mujerado 02-15-2018 11:34 AM
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Robert Horton played Flint McCullough, the scout on Wagon Train, for the first seasons. He left to pursue other things, one of which was the Broadway musical, The Rainmaker. He did have another western series after Wagon Train, but it wasn't a spinof...
mujerado 01-17-2018 12:15 PM
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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.
mujerado 01-09-2018 06:49 PM
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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.
mujerado 01-09-2018 04:46 PM
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When I was a kid the Saturday morning started with Captain Kangaroo, who showed Tom Terrific, and then there were Mighty Mouse, ("Here I come to save the day!"), and Heckle and Jeckle, the talking Magpies. 
mujerado 03-18-2018 12:36 PM
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There are other shows I saw that aren't so well-remembered today. There was Frontier, a half-hour anthology program about people moving across the country in our early days. It was hosted by Walter Coy, who introduced the story, and at the end he alw...
mujerado 02-15-2018 11:34 AM
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Robert Horton played Flint McCullough, the scout on Wagon Train, for the first seasons. He left to pursue other things, one of which was the Broadway musical, The Rainmaker. He did have another western series after Wagon Train, but it wasn't a spinof...
mujerado 01-17-2018 12:15 PM
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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.
mujerado 01-09-2018 06:49 PM
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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.
mujerado 01-09-2018 04:46 PM
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