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Starrphyre
Jan 15, 2015
LuvsWesterns wrote "I remember the Lone Ranger television program very, very well. My mom used to let me eat part of my dinner in front of the TV so I wouldn't miss any."
As a kid, 5th or 6th grade, I was allowed to eat my dinner in front of the TV also. Difference was I watched "Space Patrol" and "Tom Corbett, Space Cadet" Guess that is probably a generational difference! It was probably in the early 1950's. Yup, I'm old.
toadalove
Jul 24, 2014
Love it!
toadalove
Jun 4, 2014
Lovely!
toadalove
May 6, 2014
Love it! Guess it's time to sign off! Little Girl had a busy day!
hockeyfan
Apr 5, 2014
"Hi Ho Silver Away" Does anyone remember The Lone Ranger? Supposedly the last of the rangers that were ambushed.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 5, 2014
And his sidekick Tonto, no never watched them.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 5, 2014
PS. Also watched Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Lassie or Davy Crockett also remember Captain Kangroo and Mr. Greensleeves.
LuvsWesterns
Apr 5, 2014
I remember the Lone Ranger television program very, very well. My mom used to let me eat part of my dinner in front of the TV so I wouldn't miss any.
hockeyfan
Apr 5, 2014
Hi CatLadyOKC, I remember all you mentioned very well. Oh what memories. :)))))))
hockeyfan
Apr 5, 2014
Hi LuvsWesterns....what a nice Mom. I could see tv from where my chair was at the dinner table. TV was on, but sound turned down. I ate fast. LOL
LuvsWesterns
Apr 6, 2014
HI hockeyfan -- I was a finicky eater, and because of medication, low bloodsugar possibilities, and growth concerns, I had to eat everything on my plate. I think Mom planned it so that it was that way, because part of the agreement for me to be able to finish my meal there was that I'd eat it all. I also remember Flash Gordon being a favorite program, and all the westerns -- Gene Autry and Lash LaRue to name two more. Westerns have been my favorite reading genre for many years, and I probably started reading them from the fond memories of all the Westerns I watched on TV through my childhood, youth and young adult life. Hope this note finds you happy and well.
lydiagintn
Apr 6, 2014
CatLadyOKC....It was Mr. Green Jeans!!!!! Loved the Capt. Kangaroo show! Yes, I remember all those shows, too! Used to have to watch Gun Smoke and The Ponderosa cuz that's what my dad was watching on our only TV!
tabmol
Apr 6, 2014
One of my favorites was Johnny Mack Brown. Anyone remember him?
PATRICIA37
Apr 6, 2014
I certainly do hockeyfan.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 6, 2014
Lydiagintn, Thanks knew it was Mr. Green somthing...my brother was the one that watched (he is 8 yrs. younger). So we watched his favorites. Then with my children we went thru the Muppets and Little House on the P...., Bonanza, Gunsmoke, and then the oldest grandchild we got to do Barney. (Now I watch very little TV except for the News and Weather.)
trynfindit
Apr 6, 2014
Loved the Lone Ranger and The Cisco Kid. My favorites also included Fury and Rin Tin Tin.
hockeyfan
Apr 7, 2014
All the shows you puzzlers mentioned, I remember them too. Lot of them date "w a y" back in time. Sure dates us doesn't it! :)
CatLadyOKC
Apr 8, 2014
Nope!!! We all must have been watching the re-runs! Good Morning to You!
hockeyfan
Apr 9, 2014
Hi CatLadyOKC, you know, you are right! How funny, you made me laugh! Good day to you! Hope your having nice weather, we are for a change!
CatLadyOKC
Apr 9, 2014
I't's 79 here now, and the WINDY!!! Now we are in a burn ban & also we are on water conservation, odd/even days depending on your st. address and first part of week could get a hard freeze. It's a wonder we get anything to grow, the next thing will be 100 degree temps. This time of year our a/c is on one day and heat on the next.
Starrphyre
Apr 9, 2014
Sure! Loved the Lone Ranger and Tonto! They are still on TV in the middle of the night along with Roy Rogers, the Rifle Man, and Ed, the Talking Horse and many others. You need to be an insomniac or some kind of night owl to watch them. I especially like Murder She Wrote, I love Lucy, and The Golden Girls to name a few.
trynfindit
Apr 10, 2014
Perhaps you could record some of the shows and watch them when you are awake.
hockeyfan
Apr 10, 2014
Hi Starrphyre, yes I still love all the shows you mentioned. I love Murder She Wrote. Great shows compared to the ones on tv today.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 10, 2014
Murder She Wrote was one of my favorites. Don't think I missed one of them. Only watch news & weather and part of some of the Thunder Games.
Usually not the end they always seem to loose if I watch the last of the game.
trynfindit
Apr 11, 2014
Most current television is so awful. My hubby and I check out movies and good programs from our local library. We love a lot of the British detective shows, period pieces, dramas, etc. National Geographic programs and specials are available and travel programs - stuff like that. There are only two or three things we watch on regular tv (besides the news).
hockeyfan
Apr 11, 2014
It sure is. We watch a lot of National Geographic also. Mostly the reruns of shows time past.
toadalove
Apr 16, 2014
Dating myself, Yes I do!
hockeyfan
Apr 17, 2014
They are the best shows on tv.
tomandray
Apr 21, 2014
Hi Hockeyfan, Missed doing this puzzle so I missed all the chatter on the old TV shows. My favorite shows were Rin Tin Tin, Perry Mason, Gun Smoke, Roy Rodgers, Bat Masterson and Clutch Cargo the animated show. :) Brings back memories. :)
hockeyfan
Apr 21, 2014
Hi tomandray, wow, I forgot about Rin Tin Tin. Great show. Yes, I loved Perry Mason, Gun Smoke. Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Super show. The old shows do bring back great memories. Still watch reruns on a lot of the oldies. :)))))
toadalove
Apr 22, 2014
I do! Loved it and now you can see reruns on the inspiration channel! Love it!
tomandray
Apr 24, 2014
Love all those old black and white TV shows! Remember the Tube swivel TV? They had transistor tubes in the back of the TV. Had to wait 5 mins for them to warm up. And the rabbit ears! Round dials for UHF and VHF! Watching Perry Mason tonight. Shirley Temple movie was on early this evening "The Little Princess". A favorite. Have a great night. :)
toadalove
May 4, 2014
Yes! I have been watching it on FETV! Oldies are great!
judipd
Apr 27, 2014
Nothing like a run in the grass feeling good
toadalove
May 4, 2014
Agree!
toadalove
May 4, 2014
Wonderful puzzle and horse!
KwkClkrSwkr68
Apr 17, 2014
Looks like the horse is enjoying itself.
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