Jim Davis (Jock Ewing from Dallas) plays a fictional railroad detective who roams the west chasing famous bad guys.
In this category, you’ll find tv mostly of the public domain variety, generally served from Retrovision servers and available worldwide.
I remember films like this. Of course, being a little younger than this film, the scare was more hydrogen bombs. My grade school years were in the shadow of the Cuban missile crisis. By that time, thermonuclear weapons made the idea of Duck and Cover kind of silly.
A little girl named Jody has her heart set on a new hat to go to a party… but it’s a magic hat. It’s round and flat and has feathers sticking out.
OK. I’m hooked. I never watched this “in the day” but it’s sort of fun now. The series is set in a future age of interstellar travel and follows the exploits of a group of renegades and convicted criminals. It’s really kind of adult themed and dire by 1970’s standards.
It was nice to see Dawn Wells looking good. She made this little movie last year and I thought it was cute.
The Life of Riley was enormously popular on radio and this TV show has William Bendix playing Riley. Riley was a prototype for later blue-collar sitcom characters like Ralph Kramden and Fred Flintstone.
Johnny Carson hosts this 1958 episode of the game show Do You Trust Your Wife? The husband could attempt to answer or “trust” his wife to do so, hence the name of the show.