Theme Times – When We Were Young!

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Part 2 – When We Were Young! [2]

Let me know below what your favourite TV shows were for you when you were young.

Here’s the next 11 from our list. 

Let me know below which were your favourites…

 

8 – Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons – 1967 – 1968 – 1 Season – 39 Episodes

Captain Scarlet defends Earth against the Mysterons from Mars.

9 – Stingray – 1964 – 1965 – 1 Season – 32 Episodes

The 1960s children’s marionette adventure series about a futuristic submarine patrol that’s responsible for policing the Earth’s oceans.

10 – The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle – 1959 – 1964 – 5 Seasons – 163 Episodes [326 Segments]

The adventures of a moose and flying squirrel in Frostbite Falls, Minn.

11 – Captain Pugwash – 1958 – 1967 – 58 Episodes

Captain Pugwash is a fictional pirate in a series of British children’s comic strips and books created by John Ryan. The character’s adventures were adapted into a TV series, using cardboard cut-outs filmed in live-action (the first series was performed and broadcast live), also called Captain Pugwash, first shown on the BBC in 1957, a later colour series, first shown in 1974–75, and a traditional animation series, The Adventures of Captain Pugwash, first aired in 1998.

12 – Underdog – 1964 – 1973 – 124 Episodes

A humble shoeshine boy’s alter ego battles crime. “There’s no need to fear, Underdog is here!”

13 –Gilligan’s Island – 1964 – 1967 – 3 Seasons –  99 Episodes inc. pilot

Seven people from different walks of life are cast away at an unknown island after a violent storm. They adapt to their life on the island while continuously making attempts to escape.

14 –The Mickey Mouse Club – 1955 – 1996 – 14 Seasons –  620 Episodes

The Mickey Mouse Club is an American variety television show that aired intermittently from 1955 to 1996 and returned in 2017 to social media. Created by Walt Disney and produced by Walt Disney Productions, the program was first televised for four seasons, from 1955 to 1959, by ABC.

15 –McHale’s Navy – 1962 – 1966 – 4 Seasons –  138 Episodes

Quinton McHale commands a World War II P.T. boat and its oddball crew.

16 – Sea Hunt – 1958 – 1961 – 4 Seasons –  155 Episodes

Sea Hunt is an American action adventure television series that aired in syndication from 1958 to 1961 and was popular for decades afterwards. The series originally aired for four seasons, with 155 episodes produced.

17 – The Beverly Hillbillies – 1962 – 1971 – 9 Seasons –  274 Episodes

A poor family that has recently acquired wealth moves to Beverly Hills, California. They cause quite a turmoil in their privileged society with their simple and unsophisticated way of living.

18 – Green Acres – 1965 – 1971 – 6 Seasons –  170 Episodes

A couple from New York decides to move to Hooterville and attempt to lead a completely different lifestyle.

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Well there we go, that’s part two of ten, now tell us, which are your favourites from this line up, or are these new to you …………. really??

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24 thoughts on “Theme Times – When We Were Young!

  1. #8,9,11 and 12 I have never heard of – I remember the early days of the Mickey Mouse Club but probably stopped watching it by the late 50’s – I’ve never seen Gilligan’s Island, Green Acres or the Beverly Hillbillies, tho of course I have heard of them. I have vague memories of Sea Hunt… My brothers and my father liked Rocky and Bullwinkle, I don’t think I did. But I was a fan of Dobie Gillis…

  2. Nope to #8, #9, #11, #15 & #16. I definitely watched the others. I wouldn’t have necessarily classified shows like Gilligan’s Island or Beverly Hillbillies as kids shows though…

    Those shows are all still great fun to watch!!

    1. In Australia, l remember watching Gilligans Island when l was about 7 so that would be 1970, and the Hillbillies probably the same age so 1970 🙂 Yes, they are great to watch.

  3. I have a greater appreciation watching the Beverly Hillbillies as an adult. It’s my kind of humor. The writers must of had so much fun with it!

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