Classic TV series still available
There were just three networks back in the day, and you had to get up and cross the room to change channels.
Everyone has a favourite “I Love Lucy” episode, and Lucy and her bandleader husband (Lucille Ball's real-life husband at the time, Desi Arnaz) still make us giggle.
From 1955 through 1965
This sometimes creepy, sometimes thrilling anthology show featured a slew of actors, including Robert Redford, Bette Davis, Steve McQueen, and others.
The show was never a ratings hit, but when it was syndicated in the 1970s, it became a beloved piece of Americana.
Before “WandaVision,” there was Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery). The bizarre set-ups and fabulous 1960s clothes alone make this sitcom about a witch.
The three-hour tour lasted only three seasons, but the show stayed in syndication for years. Iconic characters including the skipper, millionaire and his wife, struggled alot.
A bit ridiculous at times (shoe telephone anyone?) but as much fun as a series developed by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry should be.
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