The Partridge Family
Season 1 / Episode 9
"Did You Hear the One About Danny Partridge?"
20 November 1970
I Can Feel Your Heartbeat- The Partridge Family
Currently, my favorite song.
Happy Birthday to David Cassidy, who turns 64 today!
What is this
Game of Thrones
Season 4/Episode 1
6 April 2014
My new favorite couple: Sue (Eden Sher) and Darrin (John Gammon) from “The Walk” episode of The Middle (Blackie and Blondie Productions/Warner Bros. Television; ABC, aired 26 March 2014)
During the early to mid-1970s, mystery programs were all the rage on prime-time television, or at least hoped to be. Between 1970 and 1978, roughly fourteen primetime mystery shows were launched and eight promptly failed (notably the excellent Ellery Queen).
Nevertheless, the mild hullabaloo during the decade and the success of the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie ( which featured different mystery movies once a week ) prompted the studio to create another mystery rotation series, The NBC Wednesday Mystery Movie.
This series was launched in the autumn of 1971 and featured three new shows, Cool Million ( James Farentino ), Madigan ( Richard Widmark ) and Banacek… For the next season, three new shows were added in the “wheel” : Faraday and Company, Tenafly, and The Snoop Sisters featuring Helen Hayes and Mildred Natwick as sister sleuths. [read more]
Above: Helen Hayes, Paulette Goddard and Mildred Natwick.
This post is part of the Big Stars on the Small Screen Blogathon hosted by How Sweet It Was. Click here for more information on this blogathon.
I loved this show!
Clear your calendars and get ready; The Final Season begins next Sunday.
Richard Chamberlain holds a copy of his record Richard Chamberlain Sings on the set of Dr. Kildare season two (1962-63)
Happy 80th Birthday, Richard Chamberlain!!!
"With age, three things happen. First, your memory goes; and I can’t remember the other two."
- Shirley Jones
Happy 80th Birthday, Shirley Jones!!!
Promo photo for ABC publicizing The Partridge Family moving from Friday nights to Saturday night; August 1973.
Happy Birthday, Shirley Jones!
Check the Internet/your local NBC stations for more info.
How do you punctuate the biggest, longest laugh in the history of I Love Lucy?
Vivian Vance & William Frawley, in the "Lucy Does The Tango" episode of I Love Lucy (Desilu/CBS; 11 March 1957)
Harry Connick Jr. was playing to crowds years before a lot of you were born.
The man was a child jazz prodigy from New Orleans!
If he’s giving advice on what to sing and how to sing it, shut your cake hole & listen!!!
Jared Leto in My So-Called Life (The Bedford Falls Company; ABC, 1994 - 1995)