Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
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The Love Boat. "The Love Boat" aired on ABC from September 24, 1977 to September 5, 1986. The show ended with 245 episodes. "Charlie's Angels" episodes 73 and 74 took place on "The Love Boat." The title of both episodes is "Love Boat Angels." (Part I and Part II)
Magnum P.I.. "Magnum, P.I.", aired on CBS from December 11, 1980 to May 1, 1988. The show ended after eight seasons and 162 episodes. The show's creators were Donald P. Bellisario and Glen A. Larson. Mike Post and Pete Carpenter composed the theme song. The show's star was Tom Selleck.
2. "Happy Days" aired on ABC from January 15, 1974 to September 24, 1984. The show ended with 255 color episodes. "Happy Days" had a number of spin-offs. Some of them include: "Mork and Mindy," "Laverne and Shirley," and "Joanie Loves Chachi." "Happy Days" itself was a spin-off of "Love, American Style."
Maverick. "Maverick" aired on ABC from September 1957 to July 1962. The show ended with five seasons and 124 episodes. Bret Maverick was played by James Garner. The show had two spin-offs, "Young Maverick" and "Bret Maverick." "Young Maverick" aired on CBS from November 1979 to January 1980. "Bret Maverick" aired on NBC from December 1981 to December 1982.
The Wonder Years. "The Wonder Years" aired on ABC from March, 1988 to September, 1993. The show ended with a total of 115 episodes. The show was created by Carol Black and Neal Marlens. Some of the show's stars include: Fred Savage, Danica McKellar, Josh Saviano, Alley Mills, Dan Lauria, and Jason Hervey.
Sanford and Son. "Sanford and Son" ran on NBC from January 17,1972 to March 25, 1977. There was a total number of 135 episodes. Fred Sanford was played by Redd Foxx, and Lamont Sanford was played by Demond Wilson. There were three spin-offs of the show. They were "Sanford," "Grady," and "Sanford Arms." Each show only lasted a year, except "Sanford Arms" which didn't even last a year.
Maverick. "Maverick" aired on ABC from September 22, 1957 until July 8, 1962. There were a total of five seasons and 124 episodes. Bret Maverick was played by James Garner, and Bart Maverick was played by Jack Kelly. Roy Huggins was the show's creator.
Rawhide. Who can forget Eric Fleming as trail boss Gil Favor and his assistant Rowdy Yates played by Clint Eastwood.
|Who "came with the sun. There was a job to be done. And so they sent for the badge and the gun of ______"? ||Old TV Western Theme Songs
The Lawman. John Russell played Marshall Dan Troop and Peter Brown was his young Deputy Johnny McKay.
|Whose theme song asked him "where will you be camping tonight?
Lonely man, will your heart stay free and light"?||Old TV Western Theme Songs
Cheyenne. 6'6" Clint Walker played adventurer Cheyenne Bodie in the series that ran from 1955 to 1963.
|Who "was a fighter, a fearless and mighty adventurin' man! He roamed the wilderness unafraid, from Natchez to Rio Grande"?||Old TV Western Theme Songs
Jim Bowie. Scott Forbes played the wealthy Louisana planter in the 1830s.
Maverick. James Garner played gambler Bret Maverick. Jack Kelly appeared as his brother Bart.
Bat Masterson. Gene Barry played the charming and dapper dandy, who used his cane more often than his gun.
Have Gun Will Travel. Richard Boone played the professional gunfighter Paladin. When not working, Paladin lived at the Hotel Carlton in San Francisco.
Sugarfoot. Tom 'Sugarfoot' Brewster was played by Will Hutchins. His cowboy abilities left a lot to be desired.
|What lawman was "Brave courageous and bold. Long live his fame and long live his glory and long may his story be told"?
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The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp. Hugh O'Brien played the legendary lawman who used a long-barrelled pistol gifted to him by his friend Ned Buntline played by Lloyd Corrigan.
|What cowboy was "Born down around the old panhandle,Texas is where he grew to fame. There ain't a horse that he can't handle,
that's how he got his name"?
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Bronco. Ty Hardin starred as Bronco Layne. His real name was Orton Whipple Hungerford II.
The Munsters. As you know by now, Vic Mizzy composed the theme songs for "The Addams Family," "Green Acres," and "The Double Life of Henry Phyfe." Vic also wrote music for the following movies: "The Shakiest Gun in the West" and "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken."