Inspired by Flipper, favorite shows from the '60's

by beksbks 28 Replies latest jw friends

  • beksbks

    For me it would be, My Favorite Martian, and Wild Wild West.

  • flipper

    BEKSBKS- Loved Beverly Hillbillies, watched it alot ! Loved Jed saying , " Ooh ! Doggies ! "

    Also Gilligans Island , used to love watching Gilligan piss off the skipper !

    Get Smart was another favorite ! Thought Don Adams was great ! What was that saying he used to always say to the chief ? Someone help me out here ? Peace out, Mr. Flipper

  • Casper

    Mine were...

    The Andy Griffith Show, I Dream of Jeannie and Green Acres.

    With "The Dick Van Dyke Show", being my all time favorite..


  • flipper

    BEKSBKS- Another great one I watched at about 5 or 6 years of age was , " Lost in Space " ! Funny as hell ! I used to crack up watching Mr. Dewey being such a sissy whenever danger was coming close by. He'd grip his hands wringing them saying, " Oh my dear ! We'll all be killed ! What are we to do ?! " Then he'd go and hide behind the young boy Will seeking protection from aliens ! LMAOL! Then what about the robot ?" Warning Will Robinson ! Warning Will Robinson ! " Even at that age I'd laugh my butt off at the robot swinging his arms around ! It was supposed to be scary - but I rolled on the floor laughing ! Peace out, Mr. Flipper

  • Tired of the Hypocrisy
    Tired of the Hypocrisy

    Ok, here goes.....

    High Chaparral, I dream of Jeannie, Star Trek, Bonanza, Green Acres, Petticoat Junction, Beverly Hillbillies, Andy Griffith, Gomer Pyle USMC, Hee Haw, The Big Valley, and many many more

  • jaguarbass

    Car 54, The Adams family, the Monsters, The real McCoys. Shin Dig, Hullabaloo. Ed Sullivan

  • Hope4Others

    Why bother repeating them I pretty much liked all that have been mentioned. But my top 2 were probably Bonanza, and High Chaparral.


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  • Leolaia

    "Dick Van Dyke" and "Get Smart" were hilarious.

    The original Scooby Doo premiered in 1968. The episodes from the first season were the best.

    I think I'll have to mention the "Monkees" and "Car 54 Where Are You?".

    In the '80s, I got into "Dark Shadows", that was an awesome show from the late '60s.

  • Quirky1

    Mr. Flipper, You done it again! Again, I was a fan of TV, my favorite babysitter, Alot have that I enjoyed have already been mentioned but I like anything Sid & Mary Kroft did, H.R.Pufnstuff was one. Nothing like watching a stoned lizard, a lost boy with a magical flute, two bobbie cops mnamed Cling & Clang that rolled out of the side of a hill, Witchie Poo and her Vroom Broom, Magic Mushrooms that made them all giddy running around all over the place. I also enjoyed F-Troop with the Hicowies (don't know about the spelling) and Gilligans Island, Beverly Hillbillies and many others.


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