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 Post subject: Re: Favorite shows from your younger life
PostPosted: Tue Jun 04, 2019 7:46 pm 
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Jerry Mathers turned 71 over the weekend. Still has a baby face.



So do I. And I'm about 3 years older.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 04, 2019 10:03 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Favorite shows from your younger life
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MathewMark1988 wrote:
Won't anyone but me cast a vote for "The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet" or "Leave It To Beaver"?

I find a lot of episodes on YouTube. They still strike me as pretty funny and bring back memories of a calmer, more pleasant world.

Not everything or everyone was perfect back then, but at least where I grew up people tended to be more civil to each other.


Those were 2 of the shows I watched,

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2019 1:17 pm 
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A couple of years ago I discovered that YouTube also has channels that cover old radio shows too! Almost every night I listen to an espisode of "Fibber McGee And Mollie" or "The Great Gildersleeve". It's wholesome, entertaining humor of a sort that no one seems to create these days.

There seem to be lots of Christian radio stations (at least around where I live) so it leaves me wondering why they don't produce something like that. Surely the Church has the funds to produce shows like this. It might even help draw more people to faith-based radio.


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite shows from your younger life
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I used to watch professor Baltazar when I was a kid. We did not have a lot of animated TV-shows in Sweden when I was a kid. This was one of the few.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-txG8jkre4


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I remember watching westerns as a young child under the age of 8 or 9: Maverick;Sugarfoot;Bronco Lane;Cheyenne;Laramie;The Rifleman;Wagon Train;Wyatt Erpp;Bat Masterson;Annie Oakley--those shows I was able to watch only during the summer when school was out and it didn't get dark until around 9 pm. The rest of the year while school was in session, and it was dark around 6 pm, tv watching consisted of cartoons on the weekend, early mornings only, and shows like Lassie, and Fury. I loved watching Mighty Mouse cartoons, Popeye cartoons, and any Merry Melodies cartoon--such fun! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite shows from your younger life
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GoldStarMom2872* wrote:
I remember watching westerns as a young child under the age of 8 or 9: Maverick;Sugarfoot;Bronco Lane;Cheyenne;Laramie;The Rifleman;Wagon Train;Wyatt Erpp;Bat Masterson;Annie Oakley--those shows I was able to watch only during the summer when school was out and it didn't get dark until around 9 pm. The rest of the year while school was in session, and it was dark around 6 pm, tv watching consisted of cartoons on the weekend, early mornings only, and shows like Lassie, and Fury. I loved watching Mighty Mouse cartoons, Popeye cartoons, and any Merry Melodies cartoon--such fun! :)



You and I must be of similar...maturity. But I watched more TV, I'd guess.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite shows from your younger life
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 5:10 pm 
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GoldStarMom2872* wrote:
I remember watching westerns as a young child under the age of 8 or 9: Maverick;Sugarfoot;Bronco Lane;Cheyenne;Laramie;The Rifleman;Wagon Train;Wyatt Erpp;Bat Masterson;Annie Oakley--those shows I was able to watch only during the summer when school was out and it didn't get dark until around 9 pm. The rest of the year while school was in session, and it was dark around 6 pm, tv watching consisted of cartoons on the weekend, early mornings only, and shows like Lassie, and Fury. I loved watching Mighty Mouse cartoons, Popeye cartoons, and any Merry Melodies cartoon--such fun! :)


We must be of a similar age. I didn't watch too many westerns, but I did watch some of the others that you mentioned.

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i remember officers toody and muldoon :fyi:


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