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    Tate

    Tate

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    NBC (ended 1960)
    Tate is a Civil War veteran who lost part of his left arm during the war. Unable to get a decent job, he becomes a gunfighter. Wandering the west looking for work as a fast gun he presented an imposing figure with his left arm covered in black leather from his finger tips to the elbow.moreless
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    Dan Raven

    Dan Raven

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    Los Angeles' famous Sunset Strip was the beat of the West Hollywood Sheriff's Office employees Lt. Dan Raven and Det. Sgt. Burke. The course of their investigations naturally brought them into contact with contemporary celebrities; the cameo appearances included Bob Crewe, Buddy Hackett, Paul Anka, and in the series pilot, Bobby Darin.moreless
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    The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show

    The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show

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    NBC (ended 1968)
    Fright-wigged comedienne Phyllis Diller, disgusted wife of a husband named Fang, starred in this comedy variety show. She was supported by a regular cast of performers including Norm Crosby and Rip Taylor (as recurring character Paul of Pasadena, Phyllis' hairdresser). Diller opened each show with a monologue, and performed in sketches with guests. She occasionally joined musical performers on the piano or the saxophone (she played both). Each week, the show closed with a big production number saluting a famous American. No Abe Lincoln or George Washington here; she saluted non-traditional Americans like circus impresario P.T. Barnum and the inventor of the sewing machine. The series was short-lived with ratings hovering near the bottom each week. Competition was simply too stiff, airing opposite CBS' Mission: Impossible and the last half of ABC's Sunday Night Movie.moreless
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    The Overland Trail

    The Overland Trail

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    NBC (ended 1960)
    Overland Trail was a short lived television western about the adventures of an earthy stage coach line superintendent and his young partner as they strive to keep the stage routes open and safe. William Bendix played Frederick Thomas "Fred" Kelly, the superintendent of the fictitious Overland Stage Company. Doug McClure appeared as Frank "Flip" Flippen, Kelly's associate in the business.moreless
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    The Bell Telephone Hour

    The Bell Telephone Hour

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    NBC (ended 1968)
    The Bell Telephone Hour was a musical show which aired on NBC from 1959 to 1968. Adapted from the radio series of the same name which ran on the NBC radio network from 1940 to 1958, The Bell Telephone Hour showcased the best in classical and Broadway music each week. Featuring The Bell Telephone Orchestra, conducted by Donald Voorhees. The show's announcer was Mel Brandt. From Ballet to Broadway, from stage to screen, the talent was the biggest and best. Award winning series the for 10 years held a captive audience.

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    Whispering Smith

    Whispering Smith

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    NBC (ended 1961)
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    The Joey Bishop Show (1961)

    The Joey Bishop Show (1961)

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    This sitcom is about the fictional host of a TV talk show originating in New York. Each episode deals with events in his personal and professional life as a celebrity. The CHARACTERS include Joey Barnes: a night club comedian and host of the Joey Barnes Show, a talk show. Ellie Barnes: his wife Freddy: Joey's agent/writer/manager in the first season Larry Corbett: Joey's new agent/writer/manager in the second season. Hilda: Joey's maid, who says she dislikes his TV show even though she doesn't, but would never tell him. Miscellaneous Trivia: Joey's catchphrase is "Son of a gun". Ellie Barnes: Ellie Barnes married Joey Barnes on September 15 1962 and is very jealous of him. Ellie is born and raised in Texas, and is often homesick for Texas. She is a feminist and once went on Joey's TV show and represents women in politics. Ellie hired Hilda to be the Barnes' maid. Before she married Joey, Ellie was a model, and once went back to modeling without telling Joey. Ellie and Joey had a baby boy on May 11 1963 named Joey Barnes jr. and a baby girl on March 23 1965. Freddy: Freddy is Joey's writer/agent/manager and the two have been good friends since they were children. Freddy is single and always notices a pretty female; with a serious personality, often imitating animals and famous people, while also occasionally cracking jokes. Freddy eat meals often with Joey and Ellie even though he's not invited but was expected anyway. Freddy unexpectedly leaves without warning or explanation in early 1963, never to be seen again. Larry Corbett: Larry Corbett is Joey's writer/agent/manager and the two have been good friends for years. Like Freddy, Larry was also looking for a pretty girl. Joey and Ellie often have Larry over for the daily meals. Larry makes jokes all the time in a quite serious manner. He once considered marriage to Liz, a friend of Ellie's, but the relationship ends after some bad advice from Joey and Ellie. Mr. J.J. Jillson: Mr Jillson, more commonly called the superintendant of the Carlton Arms apartment in which The Barneses live. He and his wife Mrs. Jillson live in the basement of the Carlton Arms apartment building, where he is always on call to fix things. Mr Jillson talks about his wife constantly as if he dislikes her but deep down he really loves her. Mrs Jillson is constantly screaming at Mr. Jillson through the ventilator from their apartment to the Barnes', startling him. Mr. Jillson wins contests and has many types of animals in his apartment. He also loves cinnamon rolls that he can't pronounce. Hilda, the maid: Hilda is hired by Ellie to be the Barnes' maid. She later also becomes Joey Jr.'s. nanny. She and Joey often trade insults, even though they really like each other. There was never a reference to her last name or personal life. Joey Barnes Jr.: Joey Jr. is the son of Joey and Ellie. He was born on May 11 1963.moreless
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    Ensign O'Toole

    Ensign O'Toole

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Ensign O'Toole and his shipmates face hilarious predicaments aboard the USS Appleby.
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    The Lieutenant

    The Lieutenant

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    NBC (ended 1964)
    This series created by Star Trek's Gene Roddenberry is set at Camp Pendleton and focuses on the men of the U.S. Marine Corps. Under the training of Lt. William T. Rice, a rifle platoon leader, the lives of recruits and Generals alike are explored in this hour-long drama. ============== Company credits Production Companies * Arena Productions * MGM Television ================moreless
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    The Danny Thomas Hour

    The Danny Thomas Hour

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    NBC (ended 1968)
    Danny Thomas hosted this anthology series which was a mix of comedy and drama.
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    Kilroy

    Kilroy

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    Welcome to the Kilroy guide at TV.com.
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    The Julie Andrews Show

    The Julie Andrews Show

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    Fresh off her success in the movies "Mary Poppins" and "The Sound of Music," Julie Andrews headlined her own TV variety special.
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    The Bob Newhart Show (1961)

    The Bob Newhart Show (1961)

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    NBC (ended 1962)
    This early Bob Newhart one-hour variety show appeared one year after the release of the beloved comedian's first album, The Button Down Mind of Bob Newhart. Although it only lasted one season, it was celebrated with an Emmy and a Peabody Award.moreless
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    Karen (1964)

    Karen (1964)

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    90 Bristol Court was a 90-minute series which featured three sitcoms which all took place in the same apartment complex. One of these was Karen, about a 16 year-old girl and her family and social life. It was produced by Kayro-Vue/Universal. Broadcast History
    October 5, 1964 to April 19, 1965
    NBC Mondays at 7:30 to 8:00 p.m.
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    The Space Kidettes

    The Space Kidettes

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    NBC (ended 1967)
    Welcome to The Space Kidettes guide at TV.com. The Space Kidettes were a group of 4 kids named Scooter, Snoopy, Countdown, Jenny and their dog Pup Star. They all belonged to a club called, of course, The Space Kidettes. They were constantly being chased by Captain Skyhook and his sidekick Static who were trying to steal the kid's treasure map.moreless
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    The Debbie Reynolds Show

    The Debbie Reynolds Show

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    NBC (ended 1970)
    Welcome to The Debbie Reynolds Show guide at TV.com. Debbie Reynolds played Debbie Thompson, who wanted to be a newspaper reporter just like her husband Jim. She schemed and plotted to reach her goal.moreless
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    Espionage

    Espionage

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    NBC (ended 1964)
    Espionage was a spy anthology that premiered on Wednesday October 2, 1963 at 9:00 PM. The show was executive produced by Herbert Hirschman. Most of the episodes were filmed in England, but some were filmed on location in Europe and the United States. The show ended after one season on March 25, 1964. It featured no host.

    Some episodes of the series were wholly fictionaly stories while other were dramatizations of actual events. The show covered all sorts of international intrigue: from civil wars to revolutions, from spy rings to resistence movements. Its stories ranged in time period from the American Revolution to the then current Cold War.

    Show Type: Spy Anthology

    First Telecast: October 2, 1963 Last Telecast: March 25, 1964

    Episodes: 24 B&W Episodes (24 one-hour episodes)moreless
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    Grindl

    Grindl

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    NBC (ended 1964)
    Grindl debuted in the fall of 1963 on NBC and starred Imogene Coca in the title role. Previously, Imogene Coca had a successful run as Sid Caesar's quirky sidekick on the comedy/variety series, Your Show of Shows, which aired from 1950-1954. Grindl was an efficient domestic worker who worked for Foster's Temporary Employment Service and each week she found herself in a different situation in a different job. Anson Foster ran the employment service and would find Grindl work, which included being, at one time or another, a baby-sitter, a cook, a maid, and a ticket taker, to name a few. NBC Broadcast History September 1963-September 1964----Sundays----8:30 p.m.moreless
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    Camp Runamuck

    Camp Runamuck

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    NBC (ended 1966)
    The misadventures of 2 summer camps. One is Runamuck for the boys, the other is Camp Devine for the girls.
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    Cool McCool

    Cool McCool

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    NBC (ended 1967)
    Created by Bob Kane (Creator of Batman) Cool McCool is a spoof of James Bond. The villains have many similarities to that of Batmans enemies, for example Jack-in-the-Box (Joker), The Owl (Penguin) and Dr. Madcap (Mad Hatter).moreless
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