Tuned In :: September, 1973

 

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5 Responses to “Tuned In :: September, 1973”

  1. Awesome stuff. There was something special about movies on network TV. (Because you couldn’t get them elsewhere.)

  2. I hear ya, brother. I remember the weekend ritual of gathering around the old Zenith for the Saturday and Sunday night movie. And I remember how excited I was when we got an actual color TV.

  3. Wow! This is just the tiniest bit before my time, but my first memories of television shows are Police Story, Emergency, Columbo, even seeing In the Heat of the Night on network TV.

    I was a huge fan of the Incredible Hulk, and Dad used to tell me Bill Bixby was on a TV show about magicians and I never really believed him. D’oh.

  4. I think The Magician only lasted one season; back when the Swhy Fwhy channel was the Sci Fi Channel they used to show reruns of it and countless other oddities. Thru Netflix I re-watched all of Emergency and Adam-12. Would love to get my hands on the Police Story DVDs. And I’ve found another YouTube hole and have spent every waking second not working watching old episodes of Barnaby Jones, Cannon, Movin On, and Banacek.

  5. […] From last January, a series of scans of TV ads for NBC in September, 1973, over at Scenes from the Morgue. […]

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