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    ^Well-said, I agree.
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    The Saint. I never really liked Roger Moore's run as Bond, so I avoided this one... but when I eventually gave it a chance, I loved it. IMHO Roger Moore is a much better Simon Templar than Bond. I'm particularly fond of The Saint's early episodes.

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    Gunsmoke … As a kid I was always a Bonanza and Rifleman kid … Tried watching Gunsmoke as an adult and liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PNGwynne View Post
    When I was a kid and my dad watched it, I thought Bill Daily was playing the same character as on Jeannie lol.
    When they had a reunion show for The Bob Newhart Show, it began with Bob telling about an odd dream he'd had (which was the entire run of Newhart, as a joke based on that show's finale). Bill Daily responds, "You know, I had a weird dream that I lived next door to an astronaut!"
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    Dad's Army.
    Barnaby Jones.

    And many shows that were later available on DVD or through the modern antenna.

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    Umm


    many years in my life, I discovered


    CAR 54 WHERE ARE YOU and fell in love with it.

    This all before the MUNSTERS too, I could see the dynamics between Joe E. Ross, Fred Gwynne and Al Lewis, just Brilliant and a NAT HIKEN production too!


    Now what I want to know is WHY is this topic in a SCIENCE FICTION THREAD?????

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    All the Irwin Allen shows, especially Time Tunnel. I only saw a bit of Lost in Space as a kid. I knew the other shows existed, but never saw the reruns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorge Galvan View Post


    Now what I want to know is WHY is this topic in a SCIENCE FICTION THREAD?????
    Because I was talking in regards to sci-fi and fantasy shows. I didn't think people would pick Rhoda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Marion View Post
    Because I was talking in regards to sci-fi and fantasy shows. I didn't think people would pick Rhoda.

    I dunno, Rhoda, her sister and her mom and CARLTON THE DOOR MAN can all get pretty SPACY!!!!

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