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The Guns of Will Sonnett - just to hear Walter Brennon's voice.


Believe it or not, that has been on recently. May still be.
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F-Troop - never cared for it - too young when it was on, and never was big on re-runs on my stations.

McMillan and Wife - one of those shows my mom liked, but I never saw much of

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Kojak is another older series that is rerun nightly on MeTV. (12:30 AM here in Seattle)
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The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
The Rat Patrol
The Honeymooners
The Fugitive

I could go on and on.....


You can watch The Fugitive and The Honeymooners on MeTV. "Sunday Night Noir" on the station starts at 11PM and includes two episodes of the Twilight Zone, The Fugitive, Naked City, Peter Gunn and Mr. Lucky.

Thanks for that Bob, though I don't have MeTV on our satellite selection. Will have to look for/ask for it though. Naked City was great too. If I remember correctly there was an NBC series that followed it called Thriller, hosted by Boris Karloff at 9pm EST which were strange mysterious stories.


Believe it or not, Thriller is still on in reruns- not sure which station, but I just saw a classic episode a few weeks ago titled "The Blue Room." Excellent ghost story. Other nightly reruns on MeTV include Rod Serling's Night Gallery, Mission Impossible, Combat and 12 o'Clock High. They show them, as they do the Twilight Zone and Perry Mason, in the same order that they were originally telecast.

Another great series they show at about six in the morning on Sunday is Dobie Gillis, which starred Dwayne Hickman as Dobie and Bob Denver, in the pre-Gilligan role that made him famous, hapless beatnik Maynard G. Krebs. (Those who remember the show will recall that the middle initial "G" stood for "Walter.")
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I can't believe what I'm missing! I have to look for this stuff. I remember Maynard D. Krebbs but I'd forgotten his middle name was Walter. Th-a-a-a-t's funny! Remember the Rodin sculpture of The Thinker? And wasn't Dwayne's brother Darryl the star of the western Sugarfoot?
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I think Darryl Hickman is primarily know for his work in movies, mainly for films he did as a child actor. But he did appear occasionally on Dobie Gillis as Dobie's older brother Davey.

The star of Sugarfoot was Will Hutchins. I remember that the show alternated with another of my favorite westerns, Cheyenne (Clint Walker) and, later, with Bronco Lane (Ty Hardin).
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When I was in Birmingham, I got Retro-TV. It played 1950's shows like Sea Hunt, Highway Patrol, Laredo, Peter Gunn, Wagon Train, etc. I also remember shows from early 1960's during the era of cold war, James Bond, etc., with shows like The Avengers, and Honey West.
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ME TV reruns quite a few of the old classics, among them "Car 54 Where Are You?" and "The Phil Silvers Show" (aka "Sgt. Bilko"), two classics by Nate Hiken that pretty much created the mold for ensemble style sitcoms.

I wish they'd show "Have Gun, Will Travel."


I use my DVR to record some of "The Phil Silvers Show" and all of "Have Gun, Will Travel". I'm not sure what channel "Have Gun, Will Travel" is on, maybe the Western Channel on Direct-TV.

Even though I own the entire series of "Dennis The Menace" (on bootleg DVD's), I wish it would come back on TV, as well as "Leave It To Beaver".

I would like to see "Amos & Andy" come back to TV (I have 78 episodes on DVD's)as well as "Sky King" and "Rin Tin Tin".
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"The Magician"
"The Magic Land Of Alakazam" (I have one DVD)
"Magic Circus" (never got to see a single show)
"My Mother The Car"
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"Sky King to Penny, Sky King to Penny. Come in Penny".

Almost forgot "Chuck Jones the Magic Man". Chuck Jones hosted "The Felix the Cat Show", doing fantastic Magic between cartoons.
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Who can forget Froggy's magic twanger, on Andy Devine's show?
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I think Darryl Hickman is primarily know for his work in movies, mainly for films he did as a child actor. But he did appear occasionally on Dobie Gillis as Dobie's older brother Davey.

The star of Sugarfoot was Will Hutchins. I remember that the show alternated with another of my favorite westerns, Cheyenne (Clint Walker) and, later, with Bronco Lane (Ty Hardin).

Wow, my memory fades; I could have sworn Daryl Hickman was in Sugarfoot. But Will Hutchins is the guy now that you mention it.
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The Guns of Will Sonnett - just to hear Walter Brennon's voice.

Speaking of Walter Brennan, how about The Real McCoys.........
A lot of people don't know it, bot Walter won 3 Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor
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Who can forget Froggy's magic twanger, on Andy Devine's show?


"Hiya kids! Hiya, hiya, hija!"

"Pluck your magic twanger, Froggy!!"

And not to forget Midnight the Cat!

It's Andy's Gang! (One of the most distorted kiddie shows every produced and an all-time favorite.)
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H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man (British series)
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I believe it was a Mel Brooks show, set in Robin Hood days, it was about the worst TV show I have ever seen, and that's saying a lot from someone you watched it as a young teenager.
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Who can forget Froggy's magic twanger, on Andy Devine's show?


"Hiya kids! Hiya, hiya, hija!"

"Pluck your magic twanger, Froggy!!"

And not to forget Midnight the Cat!

It's Andy's Gang! (One of the most distorted kiddie shows every produced and an all-time favorite.)

Froggy was one of the funniest characters on TV at the time.

And since we're talking about Andy Devine, how about him as Guy Madison's sidekick, "Hey Wild Bill, wait for me!" in Wild Bill Hickock? Then there was Annie Oakley, Hoppalong Cassidy and the Cisco Kid, yikes!
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

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