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Saint Vitus is the patron saint of actors, comedians, dancers, and of entertainers in general.
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The Donna Reed Show
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Highway Patrol
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LT Dan Mathews(Broderick Crawford)
Clowns are funny in the circus,on the highway their killers. duck tombstone soapbox
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Hmmm 'Faulty Towers' sorry I'm from UK some you of may of seen reruns on BBC America. Funny show with John Cleese as the main character.
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Two of my favorites from the 1960's- Green Acres and Mister Ed- both still hilarious to watch.
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I recently watched, The Twilight Zone on Me TV....I thought that was interesting.
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Hopalong Cassidy, Perry Mason, I Love Lucy!


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(quote) Debbie-1073565 said: Hmmm 'Faulty Towers' sorry I'm from some you of may of seen reruns on BBC America. Funny show with John Cleese as the main character.
Yes! I have the DVD set. Though, technically, it may not be properly classified as "classic television."

The Andy Griffith Show
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My Three Sons
Father Knows Best
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Apr 22nd 2014 new
(quote) Lina-796057 said: Yes! I have the DVD set. Though, technically, it may not be properly classified as "classic television."

The Andy Griffith Show
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My Three Sons
Father Knows Best
It would be in England. :-)
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(quote) Debbie-1073565 said: It would be in England. :-)
Along those lines...early Doctor Who. From the 70s.

(I can not imagine that in 20 years people will be watching Jeremy, Richard, and James on "Top Gear" reruns, but one never knows, right? "Hey, look at those old bangers. What funny cars they had back at the turn of the century..."...lol)
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Apr 22nd 2014 new
(quote) Bryan-7889 said: Along those lines...early Doctor Who. From the 70s.

(I can not imagine that in 20 years people will be watching Jeremy, Richard, and James on "Top Gear" reruns, but one never knows, right? "Hey, look at those old bangers. What funny cars they had back at the turn of the century..."...lol)
YES! Bryan. I grew up watching Doctor Who. My sister would hide behind the settee every time the Daleks showed up......."we will exterminate, we will exterminate" lol
and my dad and brother would never miss an episode of 'Top Gear' oh no you've got me missing home now. I need to hear some English voices lol

they are classics in my book! UK clap
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