HWR RELEASES... LEGEND OF THE LICH LORD, PANIC/FITZGERALD & SHADOWGATE

HWR RELEASES... LEGEND OF THE LICH LORD, PANIC/FITZGERALD & SHADOWGATE
Working with Composers: Bruno Valenti, Brian Tyler & Rich Douglas

O - Old Shows


A - Adam 12, Addams Family, Adventures in Paradise, Adventures of Robin Hood, Adventures of Superman, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, American Bandstand, Amos N' Andy, Andy Griffith Show, Andy Williams Show, Andy's Gang, Ann Sothern Show, Arrest and Trial, Art Linkletter, Arthur Godfrey and Friends, Assignment: Underwater, Avengers

B - Baa Baa Black Sheep, Bachelor Father, Batman, Beat the Clock, Ben Casey, Betty Hutton Show, Beverly Hillbillies, Bewitched, Bob Cummings Show, Bob Newhart Show, Bourbon Street Beat, Brady Bunch, Burke's Law, Burns and Allen

C - Captain Kangaroo, Car 54 Where Are You?, Carol Burnett Show, Checkmate, Combat, Concentration, Courtship of Eddie's Father

D - Daktari, Danny Thomas Show, Dark Shadows, Dating Game, Dean Martin Show, Defenders, Dennis the Menace, Dick Van Dyke Show, Dinah Shore Show, Ding Dong School, Dobie Gillis, Donna Reed, Doris Day, Dr. Kildare, Dragnet

E - Ed Sullivan Show, Everglades

F - F-Troop, Family Affair, The Farmer's Daughter, Father Knows Best, F.B.I., Flintstones, Flipper, Flying Nun, Flicka, Fugitive

G - Gentle Ben, George Gobel Show, Get Smart, Ghost & Mrs. Muir, Gidget, Gilligan's Island, Girl from U.N.C.L.E., Gomer Pyle, Gray Ghost, Green Acres, Green Hornet

H - Hawaii Five-O, Hawaiian Eye, Hazel, Highway Patrol, Hogan's Heroes, Honey West, Honeymooners, Howdy Doody
  
I - I Dream of Jeannie, I Love Lucy, I'm Dickens - He's Fenster, Invaders, I Remember Mama, Ironside, I Spy, It Takes a Thief, I've Got a Secret

J, Jack Benny Show, Jackie Gleason Show, Jetsons

L - Land of the Giants, Lassie, Laugh-In, Lawrence Welk Show, Leave It To Beaver, Lost in Space, Love American Style, Love on a Rooftop, I Love Lucy

M - Make Room for Daddy, Mama, Man From U.N.C.L.E., Mannix, Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Marcus Welby M.D., Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mayberry R.F.D., McHale's Navy, Medical Center, Mickey Mouse Club, Milton Berle, Mission Impossible, Mod Squad, Monkees, Mr.Ed, Mr.Novak, Mothers-in-Law, The Munsters, My Favorite Martian, My Mother, The Car, My Three Sons

N - Newlywed Game

O - One Step Beyond, Outer Limits, Ozzie and Harriet

P - Patty Duke Show, People Are Funny, Perry Mason, Petticoat Junction, Peyton Place, Please Don't Eat the Daisies, Price is Right, The Prisoner

Q - Queen for a Day

R - Rat Patrol, The Real McCoys, Red Skelton Show, Robin Hood, Route 66

S - The Saint, Sea Hunt, Secret Agent, See It Now, Sky King, Smilin' Ed O'Connell's Gang, Star Trek, Superman, Surfside 6

T - Tab Hunter Show, Tarzan, Ted Mack's Amateur Hour, That Girl, Time Tunnel, Tom Terrific, Topper, To Tell The Truth, This is Your Life, Twenty One, Twilight Zone

U - The Untouchables

V - Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

W - Wanted Dead or Alive, What's My Line, Wild Wild West

Y - Your Hit Parade, Your Show of Shows

Still classics some I have seen, some I haven't what are some of your favorites?
-Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]

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18 comments:

  1. I loved the Monkees growing up - granted I caught it on reruns on Nickelodeon. I remember watching the old sci-fi shows with my brothers: Doctor Who, Knight Rider, Battlestar Galactica. But I love the old comedies too especially I Dream of Jeannie and I Love Lucy!

    Great list there are a number on there that I now need to add to my netflix queue!

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  2. Some of those take me back to my childhood. Who's Line Is It Anyway - both the British and American versions were great.

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  3. My father flew with Pappy Boyington. Wild Wild West was known for its innovative weapons for the time frame,

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  4. The Wild, Wild, West is, to this day, one of my favorite t.v. shows. You mention quite a few gems from the past....back in a time when television was innovative and fresh. It's a shame how downhill broadcasting has gone, these day....

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  5. hey, Zombie Master, just here to water the plants and to see if you're OK, haven't seen you in days so I'm worried a bit ....

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  6. Nothing started with x or z! Hmmm? Brought back lots of memories!

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  7. Thanks, now I wanna watch the Munsters all day lol!

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  8. I know every Brady Bunch episode by heart, I can tell you between which episodes they change the squares to the older kids...such useless knowledge. Would be much better if I remembered my shopping list when going to the store...
    TAKE ANY TIKI! (name the episode)

    Tina @ Life is Good
    Co-host, April 2013 A-Z Challenge Blog
    @TinaLifeisGood, #atozchallenge

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  9. If the Superman listing is for what I think it is, it should read Adventures of Superman.

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  10. You haven't got CHiPS on your list. I loved that show, I used to watch it with my dad.

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  11. Wow, that's a long list! I wasn't a fan of most of those though. I preferred the old sci-fi shows. :)

    #atozchallenge, Kristen's blog: kristenhead.blogspot.com

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  12. I see great minds think alike - I went with Oingo Boingo for today's post as well, but I chose Noting Bad Ever Happens to Me.

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  13. that is indeed a long list ... interesting post. I'm following you now, via the challenge! See ya soon on www.disha-doshi.blogspot.com

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  14. What a great list, and I just have to say that I loved The Monkees.

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  15. Wow! Talk about memories. My favorites to go back and watch are the westerns, like Bonanza. - Barbara
    Life & Faith in Caneyhead

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  16. Robin Hood, Superman, and Bewitched, (just to name a few) are some of my favourites from younger days. I liked the new movie Avengers. You have done all of your A to Z in one post. :)

    Denise at Organization and Inspiration for Fellow Writers, participant of A to Z Blogging Challenge
    Denise Reashore on Facebook

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  17. The Monkees , The Munsters and The Addams Family were my favorites. Any hey, some of my comments on your older posts are saying blog owner approval, are you monitoring them for some reason?

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  18. Makes me wonder how many actual hours of my life I have spent behind a TV screen.

    Maybe I'm better off not knowing the answer to that!

    Long live the boob tube!

    heather

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