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Maybe not a sitcom, but---The Three Stooges forever.

Looking for the tomb of "King Rootin-Tootin. Many great old sitcoms: My Little Margie - Lucy

 

winky-dink-draw-on-screen.jpgAnyone remember Winky Dink?

 

Ya got a clear plastic sheet that stuck to the TV screen & you did the art

 

 

 

 

It was a clever idea for it's time

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If we're going really old, I used to watch Abbot & Costello tv show reruns and movie reruns faithfully along with McHale's Navy.

 

Something from when I was growing up would definitely be MASH. Still watch it every chance I get.

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Just too many to pick one.

 

I Love Lucy

McHales' Navy (why the heck are there no reruns of it? Or are there?)

F-Troop

Hogan's Heroes

The Dick VanDyke Show

The Honeymooners (One of these days....one of these days....BANG, ZOOM!)

The Andy Griffith Show

Sanford and Son

Three's Company

The Jeffersons

Green Acres

Petticoat Junction

Soap

Our Miss Brooks

 

I don't know which one made me laugh the most and hardest, but if I had to pick one, I guess it would be Andy Griffith or The Honeymooners in a tie.

 

If we're going really old, I used to watch Abbot & Costello tv show reruns and movie reruns faithfully along with McHale's Navy.

 

Something from when I was growing up would definitely be MASH. Still watch it every chance I get.

Yes, Abbot and Costello movies were gut-pain laughter. How about Laurel and Hardy?

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If we're going really old, I used to watch Abbot & Costello tv show reruns and movie reruns faithfully along with McHale's Navy.

 

Something from when I was growing up would definitely be MASH. Still watch it every chance I get.

 

Abbot and Costello. Classic funny.

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Just too many to pick one.

 

I Love Lucy

McHales' Navy (why the heck are there no reruns of it? Or are there?)

F-Troop

Hogan's Heroes

The Dick VanDyke Show

The Honeymooners (One of these days....one of these days....BANG, ZOOM!)

The Andy Griffith Show

Sanford and Son

Three's Company

The Jeffersons

Green Acres

Petticoat Junction

Soap

Our Miss Brooks

 

I don't know which one made me laugh the most and hardest, but if I had to pick one, I guess it would be Andy Griffith or The Honeymooners in a tie.

 

 

Yes, Abbot and Costello movies were gut-pain laughter. How about Laurel and Hardy?

Laurel & Hardy The Music Box. Honeymooners , a string of poloponies Chef of the Future

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Photo taken 1966 Born Eli Herschel Wallach
(1915-12-07) December 7, 1915 (age 97)
Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Nationality American Alma mater

University of Texas at Austin (B.A.)
City College of New York (M.Ed.)

Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre

 

 

 

 

  1. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: "When ya hafta shoot, shoot, don't talk"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pushin 98 and still cookin. I think

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fish lives on! I can't believe he's still kicking, but he is.

 

 

Fish and the hash brownies.

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Big Bang Theory

 

Home Improvement

 

Third Rock From the Sun

 

ALF Ha !!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

 

Jeffersons

 

Simpsons

 

Family Guy

 

Threes Company

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Britcoms: Rising Damp - Dad's Army - London Calling - Allo Allo - Monty Python - Little Britain - Father Ted. Father Ted, I love Father Jack Hacket



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