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O/T Remember the Black - White TV days

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by foghorn220, Feb 26, 2007.

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  1. foghorn220

    foghorn220 Active Member

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    Ok I know this has been on in the past about all of the black and white TV shows.


    <a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>

    Ok I got an email with a link that will bring back the old times I have seen most of the old black and white tv shows but didn't know a lot of the westerns it showed ok the link might not work to good with you dial up people.


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    Also it is about 10 minutes long so if any wants to relive the old tv shows then go for it, just click the link above and see if you have seen them all or not ok if you was born after 1960 then im sure you won't remember a lot of them.

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    That's all Folks




    Foggy
     
  2. Bocephas

    Bocephas Well-Known Member

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    Yep, Micky Mouse club,Lone Ranger,Roy Rogers,and last but not least Alfalfa.


    Bo
     
  3. Tripod

    Tripod Well-Known Member

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    I was going to say, George Reeves was an Ioweegan. Tripod
     
  4. Gunnerandbabe

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    I can remember when there was no TV. Jess
     
  5. Bisi

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    We only had 3 channels but it seemed like there was always something to watch.
     
  6. luvnbearhugs1

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    bisi,

    That was back when there was something worth watching. Not always so these days.
     
  7. Brian in Oregon

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    Yeah. Now we have hundreds of channels and nothing's on.<br>
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    I was born in '59, so I remember the B&W days. Even as a teenager, I had a B&W TV in my room. I was just glad to have my own TV.
     
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    Groucho Marks with, "You Bet Your Life" with the flying foghorn? :) Dragnet, "this is the city, LA,Ca and "just the facts mam" Joe Friday 714. We got three channels and saw more worth watching than 150 junk stations of today. Hap
     
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    Petticoat Junction. All those women nekkid in that water tower !
     
  10. lots of 24's

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    Oh yeah BillieJoe , BobbyJoe, and BettyJoe........daisy duke had nothing on them. Although I kinda liked maryann and ginger too.

    What a great link I havent smiled like that in a long time.
     
  11. foghorn220

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    Ok has anyone with dial up service tried the link I posted in my first post I was just wondering if it played very good or not I know it is about 10 minutes long even on my cable internet but it was suppose to be that long anyway.

    Ok here is the link again.


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    Foggy
     
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    The rifleman!
     
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    Bronco Lane,My Friend Flicka.Ed Sullivan
     
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    Rin Tin Tin, Jake
     
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    Anyone here into Film Noir?
     
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    Anyone here into Film Noir?
     
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    I'm nowhere near 60 (about 44 years off) but I loved watching videos of Red Skelton, the 3 Stooges, Honeymooners, and Abbott and Costello. They'd make me laugh until I cried, no matter how many time I'd watched them. They need shows like them now. "Who's on first?" LOL

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    Film Noir,

    Akira Kurisawa (sp), The Maltese Falcon, I took a whole semester in school on film noir.
     
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    Kurosawa... A genius.
     
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    How about Paladin or Bat Masterson. What happened to westerns?
     
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