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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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    Bracken's World

    Bracken's World

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    NBC (ended 1970)
    Bracken's World focused on the employees of the fictitious movie company Century Studios, located in Hollywood, California. John Bracken was the studio head, who, for the first season, was heard, but not seen.moreless
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    Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers

    Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers

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    NBC (ended 1970)
    Weekly hour-long summer replacement series for "The Dean Martin Show" that first premiered in 1968, aired again in Dean's Thursday night time slot in 1969, and once more in 1970 under the title "Dean Martin Presents The Golddiggers In London", reflecting the program's shift of locales from Burbank, California to England, and the fact that the 1970 incarnation of the series was broadcast not only in the U.S.A. on NBC, but also in shorter episodic form in the U.K.moreless
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    Miss USA

    Miss USA

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    NBC
    The Miss USA beauty contest has been held annually since 1952 to select the United States entrant in the Miss Universe pageant. The Miss Universe Organization operates both pageants, as well as Miss Teen USA.moreless
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    The Shari Lewis Show

    The Shari Lewis Show

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Welcome to The Shari Lewis Show guide at TV.com.

    Shari Lewis was a popular puppeteer on the local New York television variety show circuit before NBC introduced her to the rest of the world. In 1952, Lewis and her puppetry won first prize on Arthur Godfrey & His Talent Scouts television show. In March 1956, she and Lamb Chop appeared on Captain Kangaroo and by 1960 she had her own television program. Her series, like many children's shows of the time, taught kids valuable lessons while simultaneously entertaining them and warming their hearts.

    The popularity of the show came partly from the appeal of Shari's puppets—Hush Puppy, Charlie Horse, and of course the beloved Lamb Chop. But Shari herself had a certain appeal as well, for both kids and adults perceived her as a cute, bubbly, and very non-threatening lady.

    Lewis, one of the few female puppeteers to have her own show, was not only an adept ventriloquist, but was also able to imbue her puppets with a truly lovable quality that kids found irresistible. Eventually, she went on to win twelve Emmy Awards and the prestigious Peabody award for her work in children's programming.

    Other guests on the show were her large dog, Jump Pup, and her next-door neighbor, Mr. Goodfellow.moreless
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    Kraft Mystery Theater

    Kraft Mystery Theater

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    NBC (ended 1963)
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    Convoy

    Convoy

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    This World War II period drama focuses on military and civilian ships in the Atlantic.
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    The Andy Williams Show (1969)

    The Andy Williams Show (1969)

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    NBC (ended 1971)
    The Andy Williams Show (1969) is the second of Andy Williams' variety shows on NBC. After a two-year hiatus smooth-voiced Andy Williams returned to television. With a slightly more open and comfortable feel, the show changed with the times, became a little more hip and focused on more comedy as well as the music. Bands making their appearance on Andy's newer hipper show were Creedence Clearwater Revival, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Elton John, The Rascals, Davy Jones from The Monkees, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap.moreless
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    The Bill Dana Show

    The Bill Dana Show

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    NBC (ended 1965)
    BILL DANA, comedian/writer, created a character called JOSE JIMENEZ for the STEVE ALLEN SHOW. This led to a series of successful records and nightclub appearances. BILL's character, JOSE JIMENEZ, is a Mexican immigrant who works as a bellhop at the PARK CENTRAL HOTEL. He had a bachelor room there and ate in the hotel kitchen. He was portrayed as somewhat naive, yet he tried to find the good in people. His fellow bellhop, EDDIE (GARY CROSBY), kept trying to wise him up. The hotel manager, MR. PHILLIPS (JONATHAN HARRIS), was not too understanding towards JOSE. Not-so-bright hotel detective, BYRON GLICK (DON ADAMS) didn't help matters either. FIRST SEASON: September 1963-September 1964 (including reruns) 1964 NBC Sunday 7:00 pm-7:30 pm SECOND SEASON: September 1964-January 1965 NBC Sunday 8:30 pm-9:00 pmmoreless
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    Dante

    Dante

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    Dante is Willie Dante, a one time gambler and high roller, who is now the owner of "Dante's Inferno", a San Francisco nightclub.

    Though he claims his old persona is behind him, many, including the police and the local crooks, think his shady days aren't over with yet, especially with the way things keep happening at the Inferno.moreless
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    The Tab Hunter Show

    The Tab Hunter Show

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    NBC (ended 1961)
    The Tab Hunter Show is a situation comedy casting heart-throb Tab Hunter as Paul Morgan, a girl-chasing cartoonist (his comic strip series is called "Bachelor-At-Large"), who lives in Malibu. The series also features regular cast members Richard Erdman, as Peter Fairfield III, Paul's playboy best friend, and Jerome Cowan as John Larsen, Paul's boss and the owner of Comics, Inc.moreless
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    National Velvet

    National Velvet

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    NBC (ended 1962)
    Based on the 1944 movie of the same name, and the novel by Enid Bagnold, this series is about a girl named Velvet Brown and her horse King.
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    Showcase '68

    Showcase '68

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    NBC (ended 1968)
    Showcase '68 was a talent show that appeared on NBC during the summer of 1968. The show travelled from city to city showcasing professional young musical talent with a winner picked at the end of each telecast by a panel of judges. There were also guest appearances by well known stars. The weekly winners all competed at the final show for a grand prize of $10,000. The grand prize winner was Sly and the Family Stone. Anyone wishing to license clips from the show should contact www.researchvideo.com Lloyd Thaxton himself reminisces about 1968 and Showcase '68 at his blog at http://lloydthaxton.blogspot.com/2008/01/nineteen-sixty-eight.htmlmoreless
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    Redigo

    Redigo

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Welcome to the Redigo guide at TV.com."Redigo" was the second season of "Empire" which carried over the character of Jim Redigo. Now he was the owner and operator of his own small ranch in New Mexico. The stories dealt more with the problems of making a ranch profitable and the relationships between people. The series went on to last only 13 weeks in this new format.moreless
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    The Outsider

    The Outsider

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    NBC (ended 1969)
    The Outsider showed David Ross as not the stereotyped glamorous private detective. He did not make a lot of money. He lived in a run-down Los Angeles apartment building and drove a beat-up 10 year-old car. He was a loner who never finished high school and had been orphaned as a small child. As an adult he served six years in prison on a trumped-up murder charge, before being pardoned. In short Ross had found the world a very unfriendly place and considered himself an "outsider".moreless
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    Here's Hollywood

    Here's Hollywood

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    NBC (ended 1962)
    Welcome to the TV.Com guide to Here's Hollywood. Here's Hollywood was a daily talk show that interviewed celebrities from television, movies and sports. Most of the interviews were broadcast live from the celebrities home. Some of the stars that were interviewed are Bette Davis, Edward G. Robinson, Shirley MacLaine, Judy Garland, and Jack Webb. This show was a daily fixture on NBC for 2 years.moreless
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    Don't Call Me Charlie

    Don't Call Me Charlie

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    NBC (ended 1963)
    Judson McKay is a veterinarian who has a comfortable cozy life, taking care of the pets of the people who live in his small town, when he suddenly gets drafted into the Army and finds himself stationed on a base in Paris, France.moreless
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    Harry's Girls

    Harry's Girls

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    NBC (ended 1964)
    A man shepherds a group of showgirls on their European engagements. --------------- Harry Burns is the leader of a old-style vaudeville troup consisting of three girls, Rusty, Lois, and Terry. Their old-fashioned style dance numbers are out of style in the US, but they've found a new audience in Europe. Now Harry has to balance the demands of the stage with his new role as the girls' chaperone. ------------------------ Based on the movie "Les Girls." ---------------------------------------------- Production Companies * MGM Television -------------------------------- Theme: "Harry's Girls" Music by Stu Phillips Lyrics by Joseph Stein --------------------------------- Release dates: USA -- 13 September 1963moreless
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    Sunday Showcase

    Sunday Showcase

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    NBC (ended 1960)
    Sunday Showcase was an hour-long anthology series featuring different types of programs from drama to documentary to comedy to variety. Alternate titles included Breck Sunday Showcase and NBC Sunday Showcase.
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