While we will at times have articles and brief blog posts about many of your favorite classic TV shows of all genres, we will mainly focus on feel good shows like Leave it to Beaver, Lassie and the Dick Van Dyke Show. Enjoy. (mobile users use the arrows below to see featured shows)
I am the writer of many children's books and I also collect Golden Books from the 1950s and 1960s. As a Leave it to Beaver fan, this is on the top of my Amazon wish list.
Edward Hilgemeier was a part-time nightclub comedian and a struggling actor. However, his claim to fame didn't come from either of these professions. His fifteen minutes of fame came from his time as a standby contestant on the short-lived Dotto game show in 1958.
Dotto was a popular game show which aired on CBS TV in 1958. The show did not last one year, not because people stopped watching the show, but because it was the first show to get caught up in the quiz show scandals. As soon as cheating was confirmed, the show was immediately cancelled.
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Customers at a Santa Monica Dennys were wowed to a performance of Dick Van Dyke and his acapella group The Vantasticks singing Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
The Train Trip Original Air date: April 9, 1958 Director: Norman Tokar Guest Actors: Madge Kennedy (Aunt Martha), Joseph Crehan (Train Conductor) Karl Swenson (George Haskell), Eddie Marr (Ticket Salesman),...