TV shows...

DayDayDad 4:30am, 25 April 2006
What was your Favorite TV shows of your childhood. Back when Saturday mornings were special. ....
I loved Anything like the Super friends Or the Shazam & Isis Hour. Fat Albert (Hey Hey Hey)
Sigmand and the sea monsters, Land of the Lost. Any Croft super show stuff. Does anyone Remember Big John / Little John?
At night Little house, Barnaby Jones, The Incredible Hulk, Fantasy Island, And Huge Crush On Linda Carter As Wonder Woman.
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Todd Ehlers 12 years ago
The original Jonny Quest, without hesitation.

People actually died in that cartoon!
kingdom_seeker 12 years ago
Cartoons were: Casper The Friendly Ghost, Under Dog, Deputy Dog, The Flintstones, and The Jetsons.

TV shows were: Adam 12, Emergency, The Partridge Family, and as a teen Dukes of Hazard. Like most boys I was in love with Daisy Duke. (hmmmm.....I guess I still
macwagen 12 years ago
The Amazing Spider-Man, starring Nicholas Hammond. Hands down my favorite TV show.
King Power Cinema Posted 12 years ago. Edited by King Power Cinema (member) 12 years ago
>Saturday Morning

Fat Albert
the Loony Toons that they never show on Cartoon
Network for some reason
Richie Rich
sometimes the Wrestlers cartoon
this local show with Sgt. Jack where they'd show Little Rascals at 7AM
Gilligan's Planet (when I was in Montgomery)
and of course, the commercials

>Summertime mornings

GIlligan's Island, followed by The Jeffersons, and occasionally I'd stick around for Alice. Later that same UHF station started showing Monkees reruns.

Brady Bunch
The Munsters ( I always called them the Monsters, and I liked the stairs door)
The Addams Family (I liked Thing)
My Mom watched reruns of The Mary Tyler Moore show, so I did too. I liked the intro.
Leave It To Beaver
Andy Griffith (Little Boy Goes Fishing Show, we called it)
and I love the Donna Reed Show

>Prime time

The Hulk
Wonder Woman
The Dukes Of Hazzard
King Power Cinema 12 years ago
>TV Specials

A Charlie Brown Christmas
It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Salem's Lot
Burnt Offerings

the beginnings of all those Rankin and Bass holiday shows (I couldn't take much more than that)
Riverside Dreamer PRO 12 years ago
I watched Land of the Lost, Brady Bunch, and Bat-Man.

I loved all the Christmas Catoon specials, Frosty, Charlie Brown, and all the others.

At night time I watched Dukes of Hazzard, The Hulk, Alice, Fantasy Island, M.A.S.H., and I loved the Carol Burnett Show!! That's just the ones off the top of my head. I'm sure I'll think of more later! LOL
King Power Cinema Posted 12 years ago. Edited by King Power Cinema (member) 12 years ago
There was one part of the Carol Burnett show I always tried to see. At the end credits, there is a cartoon of her as a maid and she's watching the credits roll. At one point she scratches her butt. I thought that was hilarious.

Also, both sets of my Grandparents watched Hee Haw when ever they were over, usually around Christmas or birthdays. I would usually watch it with them. Even now, I actually kind of like it.
DayDayDad 12 years ago
Hee Haw
I forgot about that. That was so great everyone standing in the cornfield telling jokes.
"I searched the world over and thought id find true love. You met another and PLHHHH You were gone."
True Poetry
King Power Cinema 12 years ago
I also have a good idea now why both my Granddads watched it.
kingdom_seeker 12 years ago
You'll never hear one of us repeating you better be sure and listen close the first time.
DayDayDad 12 years ago
Doom, Despair, Excessive Misery.
W 1980 12 years ago
Alvin and the chipmunks, Lady Lovely Locks, Strawberry Short Cake, My Little Pony, Smurfs, Asterix & Obelix, DANGER MOUSE, Ducula, Banana Man, Care Bears, Lucky Luke, Chronicles of Narnia (the lion the witch and the wardrobe - the cartoon ofcourse not the BBC one!), The Lord of the Ring (freaked me out though), Harlem Globetrotters.. I'm sure I left a LOT out!
matuko amini PRO 12 years ago
my favorites were all the warner bros. cartoons; bug bunny, favorite show without a doubt was bewitched...i wanted to grow up and be samantha, not because she was a witch, because she was so kind and loving and pretty and had a great home...all the things i hoped to be and have someday!
King Power Cinema Posted 12 years ago. Edited by King Power Cinema (member) 12 years ago
Electric Company (especially the cartoons and Spiderman segments)
321 Contact
Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood (I still watch it on PBS if my lunch break coincides)

This one show where they featured a book reading and a guy drew illustrations of some of the key scenes as the story unfolded.
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