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.
In this category, you’ll find tv mostly of the public domain variety, generally served from Retrovision servers and available worldwide.
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.
Youtube had a bunch of Red Skelton shows. I’ve been laughing along with the old jokes. His pantomime as always is great.
If it was a Tuesday night in 1955, you were watching this show if you were watching TV. President Eisenhower said he didn’t want to be disturbed while watching the $64,000 question. This show was crooked. The Congressional investigation made Patty Duke cry in front of Congress when she admitted she was coached to cheat on the show.
A young lady is having bad dreams about drowning, which is possibly a premonition. She’s going on the Titanic.
Emory Parnell plays a loathsome chartered bus company owner who is cheating on his income tax (among other thing.) Season 5, Episode 15 Original Air Date: January 13, 1955 Also known as Treasury Men in Action