5 Rifleman episodes with great musical performances There were folk songs, a ballad written specifically for the show and even one of Johnny Crawford’s 1960s singles!
Do you remember the show 'Love Is A Many Splendored Thing'? Created by an unsung pioneer of American pop culture and featuring a Yankees legend, this soap pushed boundaries in the late '60s.
Celebrating some of MeTV's Purple Heart recipients These household names had more than one decorated career.
8 boss disc jockeys of the 1960s. Did you listen to any of them? Turn the dial back and dig these pioneers and promoters of rock & roll.
John Ritter was the opposite of his Waltons character on set Judy Norton liked the actor playing Matthew Fordwick so much pretending to be scared of the stern reverend took a lot of acting.
Can you guess the lyrics to these pop songs from the 1960s? Wouldn't it be nice to get a 10/10 on this quiz?
Friends and colleagues remember ''trailblazing, incomparable'' Nichelle Nichols Star Trek cast and crew alike came together to honor the Uhura actress.
R.I.P. Pat Carroll, staple on classic television and Ursula's voice in The Little Mermaid The Emmy award-winning actress was 95.
R.I.P. Nichelle Nichols, Nyota Uhura on Star Trek: The Original Series The Trek legend was a television pioneer, civil rights advocate, dancer, NASA employee and jazz singer.
R.I.P. Burt Metcalfe, M*A*S*H producer and director He began his career acting on shows like The Twilight Zone and Perry Mason.
9 sure-fire ways to make B.A. get on a plane As much as Bad Attitude hated flying, he was essentially a frequent flyer, even if he doesn't necessarily remember taking off.
Full House has a deep connection to Sixties Beach Party movies Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello even dropped by the show!
Before they were family in Batman, Neil Hamilton and Yvonne Craig played father and daughter in Perry Mason They appeared together on the classic court drama almost a decade before reuniting in Gotham.
Gee, Wally! Here are 9 things you never knew about Tony Dow He went from diving to sculpting, with acting in between.
5 actors who left their shows after five seasons Some left a hole that was hard to fill, others were quickly replaced.
Carol Burnett's Twilight Zone episode was meant to launch a whole new series She brought a funny element from her real-life experience as a movie theater usher to the role.
R.I.P. Tony Dow, Wally Cleaver on classic sitcom ''Leave It to Beaver" The former teen idol passed a day after his death was mistakenly reported
The cast of M*A*S*H didn't learn of Col. Blake's fate until just before the scene was shot The ending to season three was so earth-shattering to the cast, producers kept it a secret.
14 refreshing vintage ads to get you through the dog days of summer We're here to give you some mental relief from the heat!
R.I.P. David Warner, English character actor in Star Trek movies and 'Tron' His 50-year career included wacky comedies, horror films and two appearances in Perry Mason TV movies.
R.I.P. Paul Sorvino, star of Goodfellas and fan-favorite of Law & Order The multifaceted, gangster-portraying actor was 83.
The first Waltons episode has a hidden connection to the original Homecoming TV movie Did you catch the small tribute to the original Grandpa Walton in ''The Foundling''?
Meet the man who played ''Fake B.A. Baracus'' on The A-Team In the 1980s, Tony Brubaker did stunts for everyone from Mr. T to the Predator.
R.I.P. Bob Rafelson, director and co-creator of The Monkees Famous for his collaborations with Jack Nicholson, Rafelson directed Hollywood hits and cult classics.
The unusual way Jonathan Harris was cast in Lost in Space The term “special guest star” wasn’t common for a recurring character in a series, but Harris used that as an opportunity.
This M*A*S*H episode was written just for Mary Wickes M*A*S*H's most decorated nurse was directly inspired by the veteran character actor.
Faithful fans almost stopped The Waltons from ending in 1981 Earl Hamner, Jr. said he would’ve stuck around to do more episodes. If only.
10 hilarious Hoss episodes of Bonanza He competed in an eating contest, tried to play the violin and took flight in more than one episode.
Eddie Albert joined Green Acres because he related so much to Oliver Wendell Douglas "Everyone would like to chuck it all and grow some carrots," he told TV Guide.
Things we miss and don’t miss about the drive-in theater At one time there were over 4,000 drive-in theaters in America!
Eva Gabor swore off jewelry just before joining Green Acres The starlet was robbed in 1964 and vowed to never wear jewelry again.
Barney Rubble once convinced Fred Flintstone he was Spock In this commercial, it was Barney who would “live long and prosper” with the stolen Pebbles!
Looney Tunes comics offered a different take on Bugs Bunny and other famous cartoon characters Characters who rarely interacted in cartoons went on many adventures and the Road Runner had kids!
Quotes that could only come from The A-Team These quotes will make you think the entire A-Team was ''on the jazz.''
Who is your Full House best friend? Want to find out who your Full House best friend is? Well, "You got it dude." Let's match you with your new BFF.
Which Green Acres actors starred in these Disney movies? Do you remember whose voice was in The Rescuers and who starred in the live-action classic Escape to Witch Mountain?