Cosgrove Halls The Wind in the Willows which ran from 1984-1990, It was 52 episodes & a 1983 film, voiced by David Jason,Sir Michael Hordern & Peter Sallis.
Hogans heroes, i used to watch it with my dad, i thought it was hilarious
Old Knight Rider....When it started I was 9 so, like every other boy that age I was fascinated by it!!
Adams family it is neer on! Exept for here!
Bring back magiver
Ironside was great as well rowan and martins laugh in
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That was a magical series in several senses. In a way it was two series, with Michael Praed's man-of-the-people and Jason Connery's wronged-nobleman. I'm not sure why they did that, maybe they wanted to cover more aspects of the legend, or maybe there was something contractual. Also Clannad's score was spot on for the supernatural feel of the series
M.A.S.H, Little House On The Prairie, I Love Lucy, Highway To Heaven, The Brady Bunch, and Touched By An Angel. That's about all I got, enjoy!
The great show from the past is Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2000) because it's very perfect and awesome, too :)
I have no idea. I love to watch Only new series.
Hogans Heroes still classic humour and routines
3 Stooges - they reinvented slapstick and we are still imitating it today
The Munsters - loved the car. Charles Manson chained to the dog house out back would've been a nice touch. Ok - forget CM - the show was good for its time.
They said that it was the common man's Addams Family
the magical show for me was the year 1967 and the "avengers"..lots of good tv and movies in 1967 but a british
show took the tone and style and ran with it. even james bond ran a close second. it was unbelieveable[the plots] but totally engaging. this will always be special above all other years.
I thought "The Prisoner" with Patrick McGoohan continued where the Avengers left off with that suspension of belief settings and storylines
Robin of Sherhood I remember it wow
Knight Rider and Xena were my favourites back then
robin was played by richard greene in the adventures of robin hood. my favorite was maid marian. i watch it five days a week on lincoln nebraska digital channel 8.2. its pretty exciting at times if you like merry olde england and sherwood forest.
Which Maid Marian? The first one played by Bernadette O'Farrell or the 2nd Marion played by Patrica Driscoll - I preferred the 2nd one - but they were both good
I wish they would bring back The Muppet Show, we have seasons 1 & 2 on dvd. I know Jim Henson's son, Brian can do it since he follows in his father's legacy. You get Brian & Frank Oz together & a writer that is similar to Jerry Juhl. BOOM!! More Muppets..... now I think I'm gonna go watch some.
Three's Company and Beverly Hills 90210. Two of da greatest shows to ever air on that thing we call television...."ANY QUESTIONS?"
car 54, where are you? great gags all around, smack right in the kisser oohhhhoohhhhhhh! joe your the best
I don't really know why but I just couldn't wait to see the next episode of Hill Street Blues when it was on.
'So let's be careful out there'
The many loves of Dobie Gillis - remember some the great characters
Maynard G Krebbs, Zelda etc...
I absolutely loved "The Road West". I wonder when it will come out on DVD.
Doews anyone remember Broadside - It only lasted one season but I liked it - from the ratings, it seems that I may have been the only one though - lol
"Hey, let's be careful out there"
Wonderful actor, Michael Conrad said those words every week.
It was a good show. Well written with interesting story lines and characters.
another one would be the MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E now that I really starting to show my age lol
What did U.N.C.L.E. stand for
United Network Command for Law and Enforcement
It's on the Show Profile details.
Newhart starring Bob Newhart & Mary Frann. I watched the whole series in repeats -- very funny show.
I always struggled with Newhart after what they did to Fawlty Towers
I think I remember a few episodes of the "Robin Of Sherwood" series plaid late at night on a local PBS station, also a nice UK Sherlock Holmes series.
Shows I miss?
McKeever And The Colonel
Love American Style
It's About Time
My Mother The Car
Wait 'til Your Father Gets Home
One Step Beyond
And about a hundred others I can't think of right now, lol.
Thanks for the memories. You certainly brought some back.
I really liked "my other the car" but it was really savaged by the critics
You brought back lots of nice memories for me too ... I saw some of those programs in reruns.
Thanks you guys, I hope to see more and more classic TV on video streaming.
Glad I found this site, it's really easy to use and I haven't had a video not be available or lock up yet.
Right now I'm going through the original Outer Limits, I loved that show as a kid.
Minder, The Sweeney, The Professionals, Till Death Do Us Part, Dad's Army, The Young Ones
"The Young Ones"
Neil was my favorite character, I always had a special place in my heart for an underdog, a victim with a wet bum! ;)
"Good Neighbors" is up now.
My big Saturday night... *sigh*
D Generation was very popular for us 20 odd years ago
From England also -
Secret Army [and why oh why was the parody 'Ello 'Ello more successful?]
I would suggest all these reasons.
1. 'Allo 'Allo was a sit-com.
2. Each character had a unique style and most had catchphrases.
3. Renee involved the audience at the start of each episode.
4. It had 2 humourous running storylines.a. the British Airmen and b. the Fallen Madonna with the big boobies.
5. Most of all it stopped people thinking about the realities of war.
and with that and 'I shall say zis only once' 'good moaning'
It did have it's moments but when you look at the series as a whole, it really didn't develop - it used the same jokes retold over and over
It's real attribute is that it didn't require any thinking - the humour was obvious, slapstick and very remenicient of the shows we used to watch at the local play house - you could laugh at it without worrying that about any offense
The show allowed you to relax, take it easy, rest a spell - Hmm where was that line from?????
Jed Clampett - Beverly Hillbillies.
Yep another show that delivered the same type of relxed "don't have to think about it" style - more family orientated and definately aimed at the very staid american market
My sin, then, is to desire TV shows which make me think.
Rowing against the tide, aren;t I?
I miss Acapulco H.E.A.T. and She Spies.
Not a sin Softwizz - I like some shows that make me think and then there are those that don't require any participation at all
Both are good
The ones that make you think usually take you further though
"Grteat Shows from the past?"
Dang, this is my thread!
How about "Arnie"
The Good Guys (ho never let a friend down.)
The Mothers In Law
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. (I never did quite understand that show.,.. weird...
The Flip Wilson Show
The Motherts In Law.
Heck. there are hundreds, thanks for this thread!