Glen Campbell

Glen Campbell

If you are under the impression that you've never heard Glen Campbell, you are probably mistaken. A gifted musician, vocalist and performer, the guitarist who fittingly came from Delight, Arkansas has delighted millions with his hit songs, movie and television appearances, and as one of the busiest session musicians in Hollywood during the 60s and 70s. Continue reading...

Harlem Globetrotters

Harlem Globetrotters

In the 70s, one needn’t even be a hoops fan to know who the Harlem Globetrotters were. Formed in 1927 by millionaire Abe Saperstein, the Globetrotters were heralded around the world for their acrobatic and gravity-defying antics on the court. Whistling “Sweet Georgia Brown” all along the way, their celebrity appeal soared to slam-dunking heights and a Saturday morning cartoon show soon followed. Continue reading...

The Andy Griffity Show

The Andy Griffith Show

Every week, a father and son from Mayberry meandered down to the old fishing hole, while countless television viewers whistled along, on the beloved 60s sitcom, The Andy Griffith Show. Overflowing with small town country charm and featuring a wonderfully funny ensemble cast, this beloved sitcom is still earning new generations of fans. Continue reading...

Newhart

Newhart

The master of dead pan delivery, Bob Newhart had already hit sitcom gold in the 70s with The Bob Newhart Show, endearing the comedian to millions of television viewers. His highly-anticipated return to network television in 1982 proved that his charm hadn't waned in the slightest, as Newhart became an enormous success in its own right. Continue reading...

All in the Family

All in the Family

All In The Family was one of the most critically acclaimed and groundbreaking sitcoms of the 70s. In a way that no other show had ever attempted, the series reflected and commented upon the social upheaval of the country through the eyes of a typical American family. It inspired both devotion and controversy, and became one of the most successful television series of all time. Continue reading...

The Waltons

The Waltons

Based on both a book and a film called Spencer's Mountain, television's The Waltons chronicled the lives of a poor rural family living in Virginia during the Great Depression and World War II. The series started with a TV special called The Homecoming: A Christmas Story, which drew much acclaim from critics and audiences alike. That success green-lighted the popular CBS show, which ran for a decade on television, winning the hearts of millions. Continue reading...

Alice

Alice

Alice was one of the most successful sitcoms of the ‘70’s and ‘80’s, and it had a rather respectable pedigree. It was developed from the 1974 Martin Scorsese film Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, starring Ellen Burstyn, who won a Oscar for her performance. The TV show took the premise of the movie and introduced television audiences to Alice, a New Jersey single mother with dreams of being a singer, who moves to Phoenix and gets a job in a diner. Continue reading...

The Beverly Hillbillies

The Beverly Hillbillies

Thanks to the miraculous discovery of an oil well, a clan of rural folk known as The Beverly Hillbillies found their way to a world of luxury in the wealthy community of Bel Air. The ensuing antics as they tried to assimilate into their new high-brow surroundings was the simple, yet endearing premise that made them a television favorite for generations to come. Continue reading...