Dark Shadows Gold Key Comic #4
Here's issue number 4 from the Dark Shadows comic series produced by Gold Key featuring some terrific shots of Jonathan Frid as Barnabas.
This Is The Scene That Ended "I Dream of Jeannie" For Good
I Dream of Jeannie was conjured up by network chiefs at NBC after they witnessed the meteoric rise of Bewitched. To their delight, the series took off and ran from 1965 to 1970.
Animation, Cartoons, Comic Books & Stickman
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The Real McCoys (1957-63)
Multi Oscar winner Walter Brennan stars as Grandpa Amos McCoy. He and the family have moved to California from West Virginia. Along with him are son Luke (Richard Crenna), his wife Kate (Kathleen N…
The Real McCoys (1960)
Years before the arrival of The Beverly Hillbillies, Green Acres, Petticoat Junction, and even The Andy Griffith Show, the mold for southern, country-flavored situation comedies was set by the Walter Brennan/Irving Pincus collaboration The Real McCoys, which ran from 1957-1963. Like the characters on The Beverly Hillbillies, the McCoys are a rural Appalachian family who move to California to start a new life. The McCoys hail from the fictional Smoky Corners, West Virginia and inherit…
Richard Crenna & Kathy Nolan
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Get Real, McCoys
"I'm old, and replacing my hip is not worth the doc making trip. So don't make a fuss! This ornery cuss will settle for taking a nip." Top: Walter Brennan as patriarch Amos McCoy on his TV show, The Real McCoys. Above and Below: Brennan with Richard Crenna, who played his grandson, Luke McCoy.