Watching DVD episodes of the old Leave It To Beaver TV show. That place must have been hell to live in,
When it comes to Hitchcock film music, no composer is held in higher esteem than Bernard Herrmann.
Lead by Adama (Lorne Greene), a group of ships head for Earth, pursued by the Cylons, a “race” of robots bent on human annihilation.
Created with the intention of being resolved within five seasons, Babylon 5 is a fine example of how to run a science fiction series.
Rural sitcom set in North Carolina, where a mild-mannered sheriff and widower (Andy Griffith) keeps the peace and enforces the law, while raising his young son.
Creepy drama about a small town in South Carolina where the battle between Good and Evil is played out between a satanic sheriff and a young boy whose whose father and sister were murdered by the lawman.
See America 2Night.
Following in the demented footsteps of its predecessor, Fernwood 2-Night, this Norman Lear creation lampooned the talk show business in every way possible.
Carroll O’Connor and Jean Stapleton star as a husband and wife dealing with a world which was changing before their very eyes.
Based on the Charles Addams cartoons that ran in The New Yorker magazine for many years, this series focused on the strange and macabre lifetyle of the titular family.
Dr. Richard Kimble (played by David Janssen) returns home after a fight with his wife, nearly running over a one-armed man who is dashing from the doctor’s home. Once inside, Kimble discovers that his wife has been beaten to death.
The western that made James Garner a household name. Garner played Bret Maverick, a gambler with a heart, quick with a gun, and ditto with the ladies.