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The Actors From 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.'
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‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E’ Debuted On TV 50 Years Ago Today [VIDEO]

One of my favorite TV spy shows of the day was "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." which debuted on NBC TV on this day in 1964. With All of the Bond films and other spy movies of the 60s, TV shows started to pick up on the theme. What made this show so cool was the suave duo who starred, and the tongue-in-cheek clever dialogue.

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Don Adams and Barbara Feldon of Get Smart
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‘Get Smart’ TV Show Gets Us Laughing In 1965 [VIDEO]

One of my favorite TV sitcoms, "Get Smart" debuted on NBC-TV on this day in 1965. With all the James Bond and other spy films of that era, "Get Smart" poked fun at the spy business, and it was so funny!

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Peter Graves Mission Impossible
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‘Mission Impossible’ Debuted On This Day In 1966 [VIDEO]

Even though I'm a "Treker", my all-time favorite TV show isn't "Star Trek", it's "Mission Impossible" which debuted on this day in 1966. And, the show wouldn't have happened at all without Lucille Ball!

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outer space spiral galaxy
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‘Lost In Space’ Debuted On This Day In 1965 [VIDEO]

I'm a big sci-fi fan, and even before "Star Trek" aired, "Lost In Space" debuted on CBS-TV on this day in 1965. The show later sparked a film version in 1998, but the original TV series was much more memorable, in my opinion.

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Full House Cast
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Is A Revived ‘Full House’ Coming Back To TV? [VIDEO]

I remember when our kids were small, every Friday night they would watch "Full House" on ABC-TV. It was one of those sitcoms that had lots of "kid appeal", and families liked it too. Now, rumor has it that a new "Full House" may be in the works.

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James Garner
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James Garner – An American Treasure Dies At 86 [VIDEO]

As a baby boomer, I remember watching "Maverick" on TV every Sunday night, and later in the 1970s tuning in "The Rockford Files" on Friday nights. Sadly, James Garner, the man who made both shows so great, died over the weekend at age 86.

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‘Green Acres’ Would Also Like to Be a Movie Now

Just like 'Gilligan's Island,' fellow Nick at Nite rerun classic 'Green Acres' is also getting the big screen adaptation treatment ... as well as a Broadway production, courtesy of director Richard L. Bare, a frequent director on the original series and a man who obviously didn't take Elsa's advice in 'Frozen.' 

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Mary Tyler Moore Show cast
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Final Episode Of Mary Tyler Moore On This Day 1977 [VIDEO]

One of my favorite sitcoms of all time was "The Mary Tyler Moore Show". It was one of several CBS comedies that made staying home on a Saturday night worth your while. On this day back in 1977, the last episode of MTM aired on CBS TV after its debut in 1970.

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Ever Heard Of The Internet? Back In 1981 It Was As Foreign As… Well, Aliens

Our kids are growing up in a world where cellphones, tablets, internet, and wireless technology are not just possible, it’s as commonplace as electricity and plumbing was to us growing up.

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‘Gilligan’s Island’ Beats Out ‘Cheers’ To Win The Best TV Show Theme Song Of All time

Gotta love those TV theme songs and we can sing all of our favorites word-for-word, but what song out of 32 of the best shows of all time is the King of them all? Louisville came out on top of the NCAA bracket and looks like 'Gilligan's Island' is the King of the Hill on Yahoo's 'Best TV Theme Songs of All Time' Bracket.

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Scooby Doo Hits The Small Screen This Week In 1969

Would you read this story for a scooby snack?

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Warner Bros. Removing Confederate Flag From ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ Car

The General Lee – Bo and Luke Duke’s vehicle of choice from ‘The Dukes of Hazzard‘ – is a classic and instantly recognizable Hollywood car. But it’s about to get a little less recognizable as Warner Bros., the studio that owns the theatrical, DVD and licensing rights to ‘The Dukes of Hazzard,’ has decided to remove the confederate flag from all future versions of the car.

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