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captsheridan
Rank: guru, posted 9 years ago

does anyone remember the UK series Robin of Sherwood I downloaded the other day and started watching it with g/f she had never seen it being a Canadian lol she went mad over it ended up watching the entire first season on sun afternoon with her forgotten how good it was. Does anyone else have some old shows they miss, I am thinking from at least 2o years ago

   
gedmen
Rank: guru, posted 9 years ago

Cosgrove Halls The Wind in the Willows which ran from 1984-1990, It was 52 episodes & a 1983 film, voiced by David Jason,Sir Michael Hordern & Peter Sallis.

windsorboyd
Rank: guru, posted 9 years ago

Hogans heroes, i used to watch it with my dad, i thought it was hilarious

f1racerjb
Rank: junior, posted 9 years ago

Old Knight Rider....When it started I was 9 so, like every other boy that age I was fascinated by it!!

alliecatcool
Rank: junior, posted 9 years ago

Adams family it is neer on! Exept for here!

darrellp
Rank: guru, posted 9 years ago

Bring back magiver

captsheridan
Rank: guru, posted 9 years ago

Ironside was great as well rowan and martins laugh in

softwizz
Rank: guru, posted 9 years ago

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quark
Rank: guru, posted 9 years ago

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softwizz
Rank: guru, posted 9 years ago

@captsheridan
That was a magical series in several senses. In a way it was two series, with Michael Praed's man-of-the-people and Jason Connery's wronged-nobleman. I'm not sure why they did that, maybe they wanted to cover more aspects of the legend, or maybe there was something contractual. Also Clannad's score was spot on for the supernatural feel of the series

applejuice
Rank: junior, posted 8 years ago

M.A.S.H, Little House On The Prairie, I Love Lucy, Highway To Heaven, The Brady Bunch, and Touched By An Angel. That's about all I got, enjoy!

cabutchikas
Rank: guru, posted 8 years ago

The great show from the past is Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2000) because it's very perfect and awesome, too :)

grazze
Rank: newbie, posted 8 years ago

I have no idea. I love to watch Only new series.

hoodmk2
Rank: guru, posted 8 years ago

Hogans Heroes still classic humour and routines

3 Stooges - they reinvented slapstick and we are still imitating it today

icarus7z7
Rank: guru, posted 8 years ago

The Munsters - loved the car. Charles Manson chained to the dog house out back would've been a nice touch. Ok - forget CM - the show was good for its time.

hoodmk2
Rank: guru, posted 8 years ago

They said that it was the common man's Addams Family

girlhunter
Rank: pro, posted 8 years ago

the magical show for me was the year 1967 and the "avengers"..lots of good tv and movies in 1967 but a british
show took the tone and style and ran with it. even james bond ran a close second. it was unbelieveable[the plots] but totally engaging. this will always be special above all other years.

hoodmk2
Rank: guru, posted 8 years ago

I thought "The Prisoner" with Patrick McGoohan continued where the Avengers left off with that suspension of belief settings and storylines

morphieo
Rank: expert, posted 8 years ago

Robin of Sherhood I remember it wow
Knight Rider and Xena were my favourites back then

girlhunter
Rank: pro, posted 8 years ago

robin was played by richard greene in the adventures of robin hood. my favorite was maid marian. i watch it five days a week on lincoln nebraska digital channel 8.2. its pretty exciting at times if you like merry olde england and sherwood forest.



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