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What are your favorite TV shows of the 1960s?

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Initial post: Apr 21, 2012 3:36:19 PM PDT
You can have shows that started in the 50s or ended in the 70s but, what are your 20 favorite shows of the 1960s? Mine are-
1. The Twilight Zone
2. Wild Wild West
3. Get Smart
4. The Fugitive
5. The Untouchables
6. Rawhide
7. The Invaders
8. Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
9. Combat
10. Beverly Hillbillies
11. Leave It To Beaver
12. Lost In Space
13. Hogans Heroes
14. 12 Oclock High
15. Peter Gunn
16. Star Trek
17. Outer Limits
18. Night Gallery
19. The FBI
20. Mod Squad

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 22, 2012 12:46:37 PM PDT
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Posted on Apr 22, 2012 4:20:27 PM PDT
M. Whorton says:
I Dream of Jeannie
Gilligan's Island
Hogan's Heroes
Star Trek
George of the Jungle
Lost in Space
The Beverly Hillbillies
The Andy Griffith Show
Gomer Pyle
Get Smart
The Wild Wild West
Petticoat Junction

Posted on Apr 22, 2012 5:33:20 PM PDT
Star Trek
Get Smart

Here's Some Animated Series

Hot Wheels
The Adventures of Gulliver
The New Adventures of Huck Finn
The Flintstones
The Jetsons
Space Ghost/Dino Boy
Birdman/Galaxy Trio
Fantastic Four
Moby Dick/Mighty Mightor
Scooby Doo
Marvel Superheroes (1966)
Spiderman (1967)
Fantastic Voyage (1967)
Journey to the Center of the Earth
The Lone Ranger (1966)

Posted on Apr 23, 2012 12:13:47 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 23, 2012 12:14:18 AM PDT
The Monkees
Gilligan's Island
Green Acres
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In
Petticoat Junction
Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
American Bandstand
The Patty Duke Show
Mr. Ed
The Munsters

Posted on Apr 23, 2012 6:29:47 AM PDT
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Posted on Apr 25, 2012 8:12:54 AM PDT
Pulpman says:
Green Hornet
Sixties were great for TV

Posted on Apr 29, 2012 4:31:32 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 29, 2012 4:33:16 PM PDT
Jay #1 says:

2)I Dream Of Jeannie


4)Green Acres

Gilligan's Island

Posted on May 3, 2012 7:20:15 AM PDT
Pulpman says:
One reason I enjoy the classic tv shows is that they were filmed on the old great studio sets and added a grand scope to a lot of the programs being filmed loike Outer lImits and The Man From UNCLE.
I remember one sort lived show called The C.A.T it was a fun show and I remember very little of it I hope it gets a dvd release.

Posted on May 3, 2012 4:28:46 PM PDT
I picked up a Copy of T.H.E. Cat from a seller on a couple of years ago. It's not in pristine condition but it's still watchable, and it will tide me over until an official release comes out.

Posted on May 3, 2012 5:13:08 PM PDT
Pulpman says:
Thanks for the info. I will probably pop over there and take a look.

Posted on May 3, 2012 6:47:43 PM PDT
The Andy Griffith Show
The Twilight Zone
Green Acres
I Dream of Jeannie
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
The Munsters
Star Trek
Rocky & Bullwinkle
Dennis the Menace
The Wonderful World of Disney
The Outer Limits
The Flintstones
The Dick Van Dyke Show
Lost in Space
The Monkees
One Step Beyond
The Addams Family
The Brady Bunch

In reply to an earlier post on May 3, 2012 6:57:52 PM PDT
George says:
1. My Three Sons
2. Tom and Jerry
3. Yogi Bear Show
4. The Flintstones
5. Mr. Ed
6. McHale's Navy
7. The Lucy Show
8. It Takes A Thief
9. Car 54 Where Are You
10. The Dean Martin Show
11. The Dick Van Dyke Show
12. F Troop
13. Ghost and Mrs. Muir
14. Family Affair
15. Andy Griffith Show
16. Adam 12
17. Route 66
18. Hawaii Five-0
19. Here's Lucy
20. The Jetsons

Posted on May 4, 2012 6:35:46 AM PDT
Pulpman says:
Dan August/ Burt Reynolds
Secret Agent/Patrick McGoohan
Prisoner/Patrick McGoohan
Westerner/Brian Kieth
I think some shows in the sixties were shining examples of great script writing. A lost art now.

In reply to an earlier post on May 4, 2012 8:05:22 AM PDT
I second you Pulpman. There is absolutely NOTHING on either Broadcast or Pay-TV that interests me. Just about all of the TV Shows people have mentioned on this Thread are available on DVD, be it from B&M Stores such as Best Buy, Target or Wal-Mart, On-Line Retailers such as Amazon or Deep Discount, or those "Special" DVDs traders sell on sites such as or Thank Heaven for DVDs!

Posted on May 4, 2012 7:49:34 PM PDT
M. Whorton says:
There is one free over the air broadcast channel I'm interested in. Its MeTV. I have filled up three 6 hour VHS tapes full of The Beverly Hillbillies, Two 6 hour VHS tapes full of the 60s Batman, and two 6 hour VHS tapes full of Gomer Pyle. The VHS tapes I'm using are tapes I bought over 10 years ago and I'm copying over movies that I bought on DVD. So I'm getting these shows added to my library for free.

Saturday Night I'm tuned into MeTV most of the night. They show Batman, Lost in Space, Star Trek, Get Smart, and Car 54 Where Are You?
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