The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

He tried to warn people, but nobody ever really listened. Get Bruce Banner angry and the next thing you know, clothing was going to rip, muscles were going to pop, complexion was going to turn a nice emerald green, and justice was gonna be served – all in a day’s work for his super hero alter-ego, The Incredible Hulk. Continue reading...

The Jeffersons

The Jeffersons

Living in Queens, NY, next-door to the bigoted Archie Bunker and his dimwitted wife Edith wasn’t exactly the affluent lifestyle George and Louise (Weezie) had envisioned for themselves. But with George’s new dry-cleaning business flourishing, they were finally able to move on up to a ritzy apartment complex in the long-running sitcom, The Jeffersons. Continue reading...

The Jetsons

The Jetsons

After Hanna-Barbera proved that a prime-time cartoon sitcom set in the Stone Age could be successful, they set their sites on the faraway mid-21st century. In the middle of a futuristic world where flying cars buzzed the skies and robotic maids tended to the chores, they plopped down a typical family, The Jetsons. Continue reading...

The Kids in the Hall

The Kids in the Hall

Perhaps one of the most endearing and yet, completely random sketch comedy shows to ever be broadcast, Kids in the Hall offered generous amounts of dark humor, surrealistic scenarios, and yes, a whole lot of acting in drag. All of this combined to make it a hit that has lived on perpetually in syndication, not to mention in the hearts of its loyal followers, ever since it was first broadcast on HBO in 1988. Continue reading...

Krofft Supershow

The Krofft Supershow

With so many variety shows on television in the 70s, kids felt a little left out. That is, until Saturday morning gurus Sid and Marty Krofft debuted The Krofft Supershow in 1976. The memorable series offered an assortment of live-action adventure shows intermingled with groovy musical numbers and comical banter. What more could a kid want? Continue reading...

The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams

The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams

Escaping the pressures of civilized society in favor of a solitary life in the wilderness has always been a captivating idea for some. In the 70s, the poster child for such an adventurer was a bearded mountain man with a smiling face named Grizzly Adams. First introduced by way of a a novel in 1972, the cinematic version of The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams came out in theaters two years later and captured the hearts of millions. From there, he moved on to the frontier of television. Continue reading...

The Little Drummer Boy

The Little Drummer Boy

From the Production Company of Rankin/Bass, creators of such timeless holiday classics as Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman, came another beloved stop-action animation offering for the Christmas season – The Little Drummer Boy. And, like most of their seasonal offerings, it is fondly remembered by many who still make it part of their annual viewing tradition. Continue reading...

The Little Rascals

The Little Rascals

If the names Alfalfa, Buckwheat, Spanky and Froggy make you feel nostalgic, you probably grew up watching a syndicated series of entertaining black and white short films called The Little Rascals. Though they may have fallen somewhat off the radar in recent decades, this precocious group of kids provided countless laughs in decades past with their amusing predicaments and unforgettable personalities. Continue reading...