Prime Time in the 70s

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Prime Time in the 70s


The Bradys get groovy, The Partridge Family goes on the road, Good Times and What’s Happenin’ lay down some serious urban slapstick, Happy Days ignites a tidal wave of nostalgia, and reality-based sitcoms like All in the Family show a few cracks in the American dream. Meanwhile, Mary Tyler Moore introduces us to her surrogate workplace family, single parents like Alice break new ground, and Aaron Spelling christens the first of his floating love fantasies.

A
Adam-12
Alice
All in the Family
The Amazing Spider-Man
The Andy Griffith Show

B
B.J. and the Bear
The Bad News Bears
Baretta
Barney Miller
Battlestar Galactica
Benson
The Beverly Hillbillies
Bewitched
The Bionic Woman
Blansky’s Beauties
The Bob Newhart Show (1972)
Bonanza
Born Free
The Brady Bunch Hour
The Brady Bunch

C
California Fever
Candid Camera
The Carol Burnett Show
Charlie’s Angels
Chico and the Man
CHiPs
The Courtship of Eddie’s Father

D
Dallas
Dance Fever
Daniel Boone
Dark Shadows
Diff’rent Strokes
Doctor Who
Donny and Marie
Dragnet
The Dukes of Hazzard

E
The Ed Sullivan Show
Eight is Enough
Emergency!

F
The Facts of Life
Family
Family Affair
Fantasy Island
Fish
The Flip Wilson Show
The Flying Nun

G
Get Smart
The Gong Show
Good Times
Green Acres
Gunsmoke

H
Happy Days
The Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew Mysteries
Hawaii Five-O
Hello, Larry
Here Come the Brides
Hogan’s Heroes
Holmes and Yoyo
The Honeymooners
How the West Was Won

I
I Dream of Jeannie
The Incredible Hulk

J
The Jeffersons
Julia

K
Kojak
Kolchak: The Night Stalker
Kung Fu

L
Land of the Giants
Lassie
Laverne and Shirley
Little House on the Prairie
The Little People / The Brian Keith Show
Logan’s Run
The Love Boat

M
M*A*S*H
The Magician
The Man from Atlantis
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo
The Mod Squad
Monty Python’s Flying Circus
Mork & Mindy
The Muppet Show
My Three Sons

N
Nanny and the Professor
Night Gallery

O
The Odd Couple
One Day at a Time

P
The Partridge Family
Perry Mason
Petticoat Junction
Planet of the Apes
The Prisoner

Q
Quark
Quincy, M.E.

R
Real People
Red Skelton Show
Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In

S
S.W.A.T.
Sanford And Son
Saturday Night Live
The Six Million Dollar Man
Soap
Sonny And Cher
Soul Train
Space: 1999
Starsky and Hutch

T
Taxi
This Is Your Life
Three’s Company

U
UFO

W
Wait Till Your Father Gets Home
The Waltons
Welcome Back, Kotter
What’s Happening!
What’s My Line?
When Things Were Rotten
Where’s Huddles?
White Shadow
WKRP in Cincinnati
Wonder Woman
The Wonderful World of Disney

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3 thoughts on “Prime Time in the 70s

  1. The moderators forgot the TV show: “Quark” starring Richard Benjamin. This program was a “science fiction” parody. It aired in1978 and only lasted four weeks.

  2. Hi.
    Way back in the 70’s I had a castle building kit, containing hundreds of cream plastic bricks, flecked with browns to look realistic. I think my parents bought it in France, but can’t be sure. I was only 10, at most. I would love to own it again, but can’t remember what it was called.
    Here’s what I do remember:
    The box was tall, pale coloured, 50p shaped, full of different shaped bricks, so I could build round towers as well as square.
    Any hints or help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks.

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