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Old 07-19-2010, 05:10 AM   #1
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Default Favorite childhood TV show that you still like today?

Mine are westerns, partly because there were so many when I was a kid. I can still enjoy an episode of "The Rifleman" or "High Chaparral".



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Old 07-19-2010, 05:13 AM   #2
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1. Twilight Zone
2. Andy Griffith

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The Rifleman
Wanted Dead or Alive
Bat Masterson
Wagon Train
Combat
Bonanza
High Chaparral
Get Smart
Twilight Zone
The Outer Limits
Night Gallery
Star Trek
Wild, Wild West

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The Gallant Men
Father Knows Best
Leave it to Beaver
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Rat Patrol
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The greatest were in my teen years.

Girls, friends, the Apocalypse, none of these mattered on Friday nights, because of Miami Vice, still watch it today, and it has a timeless feel.

The best written show of all time? Spenser for Hire, truly great in every way.

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Not many of my childhood shows still on today but I remember watching Gillette's Friday Night Boxing with my dad and brother. This one stands out the most along with Car 54 Where Are You and the Rifleman.

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The greatest were in my teen years.

Girls, friends, the Apocalypse, none of these mattered on Friday nights, because of Miami Vice, still watch it today, and it has a timeless feel.

The best written show of all time? Spenser for Hire, truly great in every way.
Quoted for Truth. I don't think I missed an episode of either.

While I liked The A Team, there was too much gun play and no one ever got shot. Except for Murdock in one episode.

Miami Vice started killing fools from day one! Here's one for Benning, you remember this quote:

"Maybe. You....won't....even...." BANG! "twitch".


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