Grab the family and enjoy the fantastic classics from the past including The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet, The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Milton Berle Show and Petticoat Junction. Let the laughs begin - there's something for everyone!
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (13 Episodes)
Starring Ozzie, Harriet, David and Ricky Nelson
(1952-1966) B&W Not Rated
This longest running situation comedy, America watched as this active middle-class American family grew up. The home viewers see is an exact replica of the house the Nelsons owned in real life. Stories revolve primarily around the four Nelsons, with a notable neighbor, Thorny Thornberry, who can be counted on to offer Ozzie ill-timed advice. As the series progressed, and the boys began to date, a succession of friends began to appear. One episode, featured son Ricky singing I’m Walkin (Fats Domino hit).
The Dennis O’Keefe Show (4 Episodes)
Starring Dennis O’Keefe, Hope Emerson, Ricky Kelman
(1959 – 1960) B&W Not Rated
Star of stage and screen, Dennis O’Keefe made his way to the small screen in this comedy from the 1950’s. O’Keefe portrays a newspaper columnist trying to raise his son on his own, with the help of his housekeeper Sarge. O’Keefe’s character juggles his career, his son and his girlfriend with hilarious consequences in this entertaining series.
The Dick Van Dyke Show (4 Episodes)
Starring Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Morey Amsterdam, Rose Marie
(1961 - 1966) B&W Not Rated
Rob Petrie (Dick Van Dyke) is the head writer on a television variety show, working with two crazy writers Buddy Sorrell and Rose Marie (Morey Amsterdam and Rose Marie) under the watchful eye of the show’s producer Mel Cooley (Richard Deacon) and the star Alan Brady (Carl Reiner). When Petrie isn’t dealing with the hilarious aspects of his job, he is equally involved with the misadventures of his wife Laura (Mary Tyler Moore) and son Ritchie (Larry Matthews), as well as their neighbors Jerry and Millie Helper (Jerry Paris and Ann Morgan Guilbert).
The Ed Wynn Show (5 Episodes)
Starring Ed Wynn
(1949 – 1950) B&W Not Rated
Vaudevillian veteran and screen sensation Ed Wynn took the plunge into the new medium of television and hosted a weekly comedy variety show featuring a cavalcade of guest stars. Wynn and his guests sang and laughed their way through each weekly program, bringing a smile to everyone’s face.
Petticoat Junction (6 Episodes)
Starring Bea Benaderet, Edgar Buchanan, Linda Henning
(1963 – 1970) B&W Not Rated
The Shady Rest Hotel run by Kate Bradley (Bea Benaderet) is the setting for this charming comedy from the 1960’s. Created by the same people who made The Beverly Hillbillies, this “down-home” comedy ran for seven seasons on CBS before the network jettison their “hick” programming for more “sophisticated” shows. You’ll laugh at the misadventures of Kate, Uncle Joe, Billy Jo, Bobby Jo and Betty Jo!
The Buster Keaton Show (2 Episodes)
Starring Buster Keaton, Peter Leeds, Ray Erlenborn
(1950) B&W Not Rated
In this early television series from 1950, classic film star Buster Keaton is featured in this entertaining sketch comedy program that highlights his amazing talents. This live television program featured recreations of some of Buster’s best stunts from the silver screen, as well as new material incorporating his many physical comedy pratfalls. This program is surely a hidden gem from the golden days of television.
Sea Hunt (1 Episode)
Starring Lloyd Bridges
(1958 – 1961) B&W Not Rated
This first of its kind adventure program starred film star Lloyd Bridges as Mike Nelson, a Scuba Diver and underwater expert. Each week, another thrilling adventure awaited the viewer as Nelson tackled one assignment after another. Nelson’s assignments take him all over the seas in search of treasure, adventure and danger!
Sky King (4 Episode)
Starring Kirby Grant, Gloria Winters
(1951 – 1962) B&W Not Rated
Transitioning from his popular radio series to television was Sky King, owner of the Flying Crown Ranch in Arizona. Sky King and his niece Penny battled all sorts of evil doers in the Southwest using their plane, the Songbird, as their mode of transportation. Each week brought new exciting adventures as Sky King fought for truth and justice in the air and on the ground.
The Edgar Bergen Show (1 Episode)
Starring Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Mortimer Snerd
(1950) B&W Not Rated
This Thanksgiving television special sponsored by Coca Cola was hosted by America’s favorite ventriloquist, Edgar Bergen. Along with his favorite pals, Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd, Bergen brought some holiday cheer into your homes on this Thanksgiving evening. Laughs and cheers alike are found in this show which features the introduction of Podine Puffington, Bergen’s latest comic foil.
The Milton Berle Show (5 Episodes)
Starring Milton Berle
(1948 – 1959) B&W Not Rated
This comedy variety hour went through a few sponsors but maintained its host, Milton Berle, during the program’s eleven-year run. Comedy sketches, musical acts and guest stars abound in the show that sold thousands of televisions to eager Americans wanting to watch what Uncle Miltie was going to do next week. “Mr. Television” never disappointed anyone with his uproarious skits and crazy costumes!
Lassie (2 Episodes)
Starring Lassie, Jan Clayton, Tommy Rettig
(1954 – 1974) B&W Not Rated
This wonderful classic series was derived from the classic films featuring everyone’s favorite collie. Lassie and his master Jeff were as inseparable as best friends can be and, whether it was trouble or fun, the two of them shared it together. A marvelous program that is sure to entertain both young and old!
Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson
David and Rick Nelson, Milton Berle, Lloyd Bridges, Buster Keaton
Family , Television
23 Hours 33 Minutes
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