70's saturday morning shows

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    Jul 09, 2013 3:50 AM GMT
    wow, flashback, do you? this is what WE had, I think this is all, less Sesame Street for a bit younger icon_lol.gif

























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    Jul 09, 2013 4:27 AM GMT

    had to add these, most popular school house rock!














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    Jul 09, 2013 5:08 AM GMT
    I watched all of those awful shows. Why? There were only three options in TV at the time. I'm surprise more of my generation didn't turn out warped.

    Even in the early 70's, I thought there was something suspicious about the old mentor driving around in the Winnebago with Billy Batson, but I never realized until now that Jim Neighbors and Ruth Buzzi abducting two children was just slightly more creepy.
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    Jul 09, 2013 5:15 AM GMT
    Don't forget "Top Cat" and "Get Smart" - fantastic.
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    Jul 09, 2013 5:39 AM GMT
    erik911sd saidI watched all of those awful shows. Why? There were only three options in TV at the time. I'm surprise more of my generation didn't turn out warped.

    Even in the early 70's, I thought there was something suspicious about the old mentor driving around in the Winnebago with Billy Batson, but I never realized until now that Jim Neighbors and Ruth Buzzi abducting two children was just slightly more creepy.


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    Jul 09, 2013 5:44 AM GMT
    it was interesting to read that Bill Hudson of the Hudson Brothers (nice looking guys in white tight pants much like the Bee Gees) fathered 5 children, 2 with Goldie Hawn and 3 with Cindy Williams
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    Jul 09, 2013 6:01 AM GMT
    "She became a dual person: Andrea Thomas -- teacher, and, Isis -- dedicated foe of evil, defender of the weak, champion of truth and justice!"



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    Jul 09, 2013 6:17 AM GMT
    [quote][cite]Elusium said[/cite]"She became a dual person: Andrea Thomas -- teacher, and, Isis -- dedicated foe of evil, defender of the weak, champion of truth and justice!"




    ^OMG, I forgot about that one, I watched that too, interesting that the "mother of Horus" was a kids show, no kid would have figured out the real meaning except for an encyclopedia
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isis
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    Jul 09, 2013 6:32 AM GMT
    Dystopian '70s Kiddie Sci-Fi. Note how multi-culti the casts of juvenile actors were becoming, much to the dismay of hand-wringing Right Wing media watchdog groups. "This kind of diversity is just the kind of thing that leads to recycling!":









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    Jul 09, 2013 6:52 AM GMT
    [quote][cite]Elusium said[/cite]Dystopian '70s Kiddie Sci-Fi. Note how multi-culti the casts of juvenile actors were becoming, much to the dismay of hand-wringing of Right Wing media watchdog groups. "This kind of diversity is just the kind of thing that leads to recycling!":

    i dont remember any of those, icon_neutral.gif i suppose "sci-fi" mornings shows from the 70's were inspired by Star Trek of the 60's
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    Jul 09, 2013 7:02 AM GMT
    Some of these were never rebroadcast after their syndicated runs, so DVD and YouTube are resurrecting them from oblivion.


    This one looks fun. I think it may've been Canadian.




    Korg is hitting DVD, and I will have it: