Category Archives: Classic TV

In this category, you’ll find tv mostly of the public domain variety, generally served from Retrovision servers and available worldwide.


Star Trek Continues (2011-2014)

STAR TREK CONTINUES is a critically-acclaimed, award-winning, fan-produced webseries… the brainchild of long-time Star Trek: The Original Series fan — and producer, director, actor, voice-actor, musician — Vic Mignogna. Official Site


Jack Benny Hour (1965)  

NBC hour-long special, which was broadcast on November 13, 1965. Guests include Bob Hope, Elke Sommer, Walt Disney, and the Beach Boys.  


One Step Beyond – Moment of Hate (1960)

Karen Wadsworth has the unique power of suggestion and believes she can use it to kill. You’ll recognize Joanne Linville of Star Trek Romulan commander fame.


Lone Ranger – Cannonball McKay (1949)

Cannonball McKay runs the local Wells Fargo Stage franchise and when there are a bunch of robberies the Lone Ranger becomes suspicious and must figure out who is bad and good.


Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – The Rookie (1955)

In 1955, the same year the radio show ended, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon premiered as a television series. Its the story of a RCMP Mounty who has to solve crimes with the help of his trusty dog Yukon King. In this episode Sergeant Preston and Yukon king follow the story of Francois Val, a New Orleans chef with miles to go protecting his bank roll.


Sergeant Preston of the Yukon – The Black Ace (1955)

Mainly filmed at Ashcroft, Colorado, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon was telecast on CBS from September 29, 1955, to September 25, 1958. The first two seasons were produced by Trendle-Campbell-Meurer, and the show was broadcast in the same time slot as ABC’s The Lone Ranger. In its last season, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon was purchased and produced by the Jack Wrather Corporation.


One Step Beyond – The Peter Hurkos Story Part Two (1952)

Peter Hurkos falls fifty feet from the top of a building, while he is trying to run away from some . When he wakes up in the hospital, he finds out he is psychic. Part Two.


One Step Beyond – The Peter Hurkos Story Part One (1952)

Peter Hurkos falls fifty feet from the top of a building, while he is trying to run away from some . When he wakes up in the hospital, he finds out he is psychic.


One Step Beyond – The Devils Laughter (1959)

John Marriott is a condemned man who has a vision showing him he wouldn’t die at the hands of the executioner.


Dangerous Assignment-The Assassin Ring

US special agent Steve Mitchell (Brian Donlevy) travels to exotic locales where he encounters adventure and violent international intrigue. This was a spin off of the popular radio show.


Four Star Playhouse – A Study in Panic (1952)

A newspaperman has received death threats. As he goes about his business, he becomes more worried about every person he encounters.

A Bunch of Dragnet (1955)

Dragnet was created and produced by Jack Webb, who starred as stoic Sergeant Joe Friday. Webb was a stickler for accurate details, and Dragnet used authentic touches, such as the LAPD’s actual radio call sign (KMA367), and the names of actual department officials. For the next thirty minutes, in cooperation with the Los Angeles Police Department, you will travel step-by-step on the side of the law through an actual case transcribed from official police files. From beginning to end—from crime to punishment—Dragnet is the story of your police force in action.”