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TV Favorites 150 Episodes
TV Favorites 150 Episodes
Actors: Andy Griffith, Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, Jack Webb, David Niven
Genres: Comedy, Television
NR     2008     59hr 45min

Studio: Digital1stop Release Date: 01/15/2008 Rating: Nr

     
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Actors: Andy Griffith, Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, Jack Webb, David Niven
Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Television
Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 01/15/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 59hr 45min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 13
SwapaDVD Credits: 13
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Television's golden age - 150 episodes
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 12/14/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"All of the programs contained on MILL CREEK's TV FAVORITES - 150 Episodes are in the public domain. This double side-recorded 13 DVD set is a fine sampling of many genres of primetime programming that were available in the 1950s and '60s. Included are dramas, adventure series, sitcoms, westerns and police/detective shows.

(Please note that with recent releases, this manufacturer intermittently superimposes a company logo on screen.)

Fans of early television will also want to check out MILL CREEK's BEST OF TV DETECTIVES and WESTERN TV CLASSICS. Both of these are 150 episode collections.

PROGRAM LIST:

(1954-55) The Adventures of Long John Silver - Robert Newton
(1952-66) The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet - Ozzie & Harriet Nelson
(1954-59) The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin - Tommy Farrell
(1955-58) The Adventures of Robin Hood - Richard Greene
(1960-68) The Andy Griffith Show - Andy Griffith
(1962-71) The Beverly Hillbillies - Buddy Ebsen
(1955-59) The Bob Cummings Show - Bob Cummings
(1959-73) Bonanza - Lorne Greene
(1951-53) Boston Blackie - Kent Taylor
(1956-57) The Buccaneers - Robert Shaw
(1952-53) Dangerous Assignment - Brian Donlevy
(1950-53) Dick Tracy - Ralph Byrd
(1951-59) Dragnet - Jack Webb
(1954-55) Flash Gordon - Steve Holland
(1952-56) Four Star Playhouse - Powell/Niven/Boyer/Lupino
(1950-58) The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show - George Burns/Gracie Allen
(1950-65) The Jack Benny Program - Jack Benny
(1959-61) The Lawless Years - James Gregory
(1953-55) Life With Elizabeth - Betty White
(1949-57) The Lone Ranger - Clayton Moore
(1962-68) The Lucy Show - Lucille Ball
(1952-54) Mr. and Mrs. North - Richard Denning/Barbara Britton
(1959-61) One Step Beyond - John Newland (host)
(1954-55) The Public Defender - Reed Hadley
(1951-53) Racket Squad - Reed Hadley
(1951-71) The Red Skelton Show - Red Skelton
(1957-60) Richard Diamond, Private Detective - David Janssen
(1954-55) Sherlock Holmes - Ronald Howard
(1950-55) Trouble With Father - Stu Erwin
(1950-61) You Bet Your Life - Groucho Marx"
Good old time TV shows
T. Hoggard | NC | 03/26/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The way the programs are set up is a little bad and I could not find a play all option, but I enjoyed the shows"
Episode Listing
Gimp Teflon | San Francisco | 07/05/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Disc 1, Side A

Four Star Playhouse

This TV show ran from 1952 to 1956 and had a format featuring four rotating stars, Charles Boyer, David Niven, Ida Lupino and Dick Powell. The four stars performed in individual episodes, varying from comedy to drama, with the unknown aspect of what each week's show theme was going to be adding to the charm and excitement of the program. This program attracted great talent on and off the screen, with such well-known people as writer Blake Edwards, directors Robert Florey, Robert Aldrich and Tay Garnett, as well as stars Merle Oberon, Broderick Crawford, Lee Van Cleef and Dorothy Malone.

Starring Charles Boyer, David Niven, Ida Lupino, Dick Powell

(1952 - 1956) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. A Study in Panic - Starring Dick Powell
2. Let the Chips Fall - Starring Charles Boyer
3. The Back of Beyond - Starring Alexis Smith
4. Full Circle - Starring David Niven
5. The Contest - Starring Dick Powell
6. A Place Full of Strangers - Starring Dick Powell



Disc 1, Side B

The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet

The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet starring Ozzie, Harriet, David and Ricky Nelson, is television's longest running situation comedy. America watched as this active middle-class American family grew up. Created, directed and written by Ozzie Nelson. The house viewers see is an exact replica of the house the Nelsons owned in real life. The one mystique on the series was Ozzie's source of income--he was only seen hanging around the house! Stories revolve primarily around the four Nelsons, with a notable neighbor, Thorny Thornberry, who can be counted on to offer Ozzie ill-timed advice. As the series progressed, and the boys began to date, a succession of friends began to appear. The show that aired on April 10, 1957, featured son Ricky singing I'm Walkin (Fats Domino hit). It became a million selling record and Ricky started a career as a rock and roll star.

Starring Ozzie, Harriet, David and Ricky Nelson

(1952-1966) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Dave Goes Back to Work
2. Dave's Other Office
3. The Women's Club Bazaar
4. A Day in Bed
5. Making Wally Study
6. Ghost Town



Disc 2, Side A

Flash Gordon

Based on Alex Raymond's legendary sci-fi comic strip hero, these vintage television episodes present the journeys of space hero Flash Gordon (Steve Holland). Along with the lovely Dale Arden (Irene Champlin) and the brilliant Dr. Zarkov (Joe Nash), Flash represents the Galaxy Bureau of Investigation in an ongoing quest to keep the cosmos safe.

Starring Steve Holland, Irene Champlin, Joe Nash

(1953 - 1954) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Claim Jumpers
2. Akim the Terrible
3. The Breath of Death



One Step Beyond

This weekly series presented the viewer with tales of the paranormal based upon "real" stories of the supernatural, such as ghosts, monsters, mysterious disappearances and documented events. Each story was supposed to be a dramatization that was both entertaining and thought provoking, making the audience wonder if the event depicted was as real as it was portrayed. The program went on to a successful syndication run that intrigued viewers for years.

Starring John Newland

(1959 - 1961) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Dead Ringer

2. Earthquake

3. The Dark Room



Disc 2, Side B

Mr. and Mrs. North

This 1950's television program centered on the North's, a married couple living in Greenwich Village in New York City where Jerry makes his living as a mystery magazine publisher and story writer while Pamela is the livelier of the couple, always willing to take the lead. Due to the nature of Jerry's career and Pamela's adventurous personality, the couple end up investigating various crimes, assisting the police and often times solving the case before them.

Starring Richard Denning, Barbara Britton, Francis De Sales

(1952 - 1953) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Beauty Prize
2. House Behind the Wall
3. Mark of Hate
4. Till Death Do Us Part
5. Reunion
6. Dead Man's Tale
7. Million Dollar Coffin



Disc 3, Side A

Bonanza

The Cartwright's thousand-square-mile Ponderosa Ranch is located near Virginia City, Nevada, site of the Comstock Silver Lode, during and after the Civil War. Each of the sons was born to a different wife of Ben's; with none of the mothers still alive. Join Ben (Lorne Greene), Adam (Pernell Roberts), Hoss (Dan Blocker) and Little Joe (Michael Landon) as they rewrite the book on the western genre. These were the days where family values and the fight for justice were backed up by six-guns that always had right on their side.

Starring Lorne Greene, Michael Landon, Pernell Roberts

(1959 - 1972) Color 60 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Gunmen

2. The Spanish Grant

3. The Last Viking



Disc 3, Side B

The Lone Ranger

This classic radio show was brought to television in the late 1940's and was a favorite of children and adults alike. Starring Clayton Moore as the masked man and Jay Silverheels as the faithful sidekick Tonto. The story concerns a Texas Ranger who was the only survivor of an ambush and is nursed back to health by his friend, Tonto. After his recovery from his injuries, the Ranger decides to dedicate his life to bring justice and peace to the West. Using the benefits from a secret silver mine, the Lone Ranger rides the West on his horse, Silver, and dispenses justice in the form of his trademark, the silver bullet.

Starring Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels

(1949 - 1956) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Enter the Lone Ranger and Tonto: Part One
2. Enter the Lone Ranger and Tonto: Part Two
3. Legion of Old Timers
4. The Renegades
5. Old Joe's Sister
6. Cannonball McKay



Disc 4, Side A

The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show

This comic staple was a mainstay on CBS for nine seasons and was a perfect format for the talents of George Burns and Gracie Allen, who brought their successful stage act first to the radio and then eventually to the small screen. The series centered on the comedic adventures of Gracie and her neighbor Blanche which exasperated to no end their husbands, George and Harry. Many aspects of the show can be seen in the situation comedies that have come since this program long left the air.

Starring George Burns, Gracie Allen, Bea Benaderet

(1950 - 1959) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Book Salesman/The Kleebob Card Game
2. The Property Tax Assessor/The Dent
3. Harry Morton's Private Secretary
4. The Income Tax Man
5. The Beverly Hills Uplift Society
6. Teenage Girl Spends the Weekend



Disc 4, Side B

Life With Elizabeth

This delightful comedy features Betty White and Del Moore as Elizabeth and Alvin, newlyweds who are just starting their lives together. Elizabeth is a housewife who sometimes has a problem keeping out of trouble all to the delight and exasperation of her husband, Alvin. This early situation style comedy showcased White and gave its audience a glimpse of the talent she would reveal on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Golden Girls".

Starring Betty White, Del Moore

(1952 - 1955) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Fun with Photography/Honeymoon is Over/Temporary Disabilities

2. Nursery Rhymes/Alvin's First Business Trip/Weekend at the Cabin

3. Dyeing Easter Eggs/Modeling Clay/Yard Work with Babs

4. Mannerisms/Stupid Drapes/Bulldog Smith

5. Sunday Paper/Telephone Troubles/Flat Tire

6. Alvin's Home Work/Swimming Pool/The Swindle



Disc 5, Side A

The Lawless Years

Based upon a true story, the show featured the exploits of Barney Ruditsky, portrayed by James Gregory,

a New York City police officer on duty during the Roaring Twenties. Officer Ruditsky battled organized crime to protect the common citizens of his borough despite the overwhelming opposition put up by the mobsters.

Starring James Gregory, Robert Karnes

(1959 - 1961) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episode:

1.



Dangerous Assignment

U.S. Special Agent Steve Mitchell (Brian Donlevy) is an international operative sent out on various missions to exotic locales. Getting his orders from "The Commissioner" (Herb Butterfield), Agent Mitchell battles foreign agents in the hopes of protecting American interests at-home and abroad. With the start of the "Cold War" occurring at the same time as this program was broadcast, it added a bit of realism to the stories.

Starring Brian Donlevy, Herb Butterfield, Betty Moran

(1949 - 1953) B&W 30 Minute episode Unrated



Episode:

1. The Mine Story



Mr. and Mrs. North

This 1950's television program centered on the North's, a married couple living in Greenwich Village in New York City where Jerry makes his living as a mystery magazine publisher and story writer while Pamela is the livelier of the couple, always willing to take the lead. Due to the nature of Jerry's career and Pamela's adventurous personality, the couple end up investigating various crimes, assisting the police and often times solving the case before them.

Starring Richard Denning, Barbara Britton, Francis De Sales

(1952 - 1953) B&W 30 Minute episode Unrated



Episode:

1. Trained for Murder



Public Defender

Reed Hadley starred as Bart Matthews, an attorney from the Public Defenders office who is assigned cases to defend those citizens who were unable to afford representation. The cases presented weekly offered a variety of stories featuring characters that may have been down on their luck but, deserved a fair hearing none the less.

Starring Reed Hadley

(1954 - 1955) B&W 30 Minute episode Unrated



Episode:

1. The Director



Richard Diamond: Private Detective

Richard Diamond (David Janssen) is a former police officer who turns private investigator and who uses his contacts with the police force to work his cases. Diamond spent much of his time traveling around town in his convertible, receiving his messages over car phone from his answering service, always ready to take on a new assignment.

Starring David Janssen

(1957 - 1960) B&W 30 Minute episode Unrated



Episode:

1. Picture of Fear



Boston Blackie

Boston Blackie (Kent Taylor) was a reformed crook, now working on the right side of the law as a private investigator. Aided by his girlfriend Mary and the assistance of his police officer friend Inspector Faraday, Boston Blackie made the streets of Los Angeles safe from crime.

Starring Kent Taylor, Lois Collier, Frank Orth

(1951 - 1953) B&W 30 Minute episode Unrated



Episode:

1. The Heist Job



Disc 5, Side B

Dragnet

Taking the successful radio program to the new medium of television, Dragnet was famous for its use of actual Los Angeles Police Department case files. Jack Webb portrays Sgt. Joe Friday, who works the dayshift with his partners on a variety of interesting cases. This program was reincarnated in 1967; eight years after its first television series had ended, with Jack Webb reprising his role of Sgt. Joe Friday.

Starring Jack Webb, Barton Yarborough, Ben Alexander

(1951 - 1959) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Big Hit-Run Killer
2. The Big Seventeen
3. The Big Truck
4. The Big Producer
5. The Big Little Jesus
6. The Big Frame



Disc 6, Side A

Dangerous Assignment

U.S. Special Agent Steve Mitchell (Brian Donlevy) is an international operative sent out on various missions to exotic locales. Getting his orders from "The Commissioner" (Herb Butterfield), Agent Mitchell battles foreign agents in the hopes of protecting American interests at-home and abroad. With the start of the "Cold War" occurring at the same time as this program was broadcast, it added a bit of realism to the stories.

Starring Brian Donlevy, Herb Butterfield, Betty Moran

(1949 - 1953) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Knitting Needle Story
2. The Black Hood Story
3. The Sunflower Seed Story
4. The Blood-Stained Feather Story
5. The Assassin Ring Story
6. The Archeologist Story



Disc 6, Side B

Racket Squad

One of television's first classic crime shows, Racket Squad starred Reed Hadley as Captain John Braddock, tireless investigator for San Francisco's Racket Squad, who tracked down a wide variety of flimflammers and con artists. Based on actual cases, the show's realistic approach to police work set a new standard for crime dramas. This half hour show was produced by Hal Roach, Jr., and Carroll Case., and was twice nominated for an Emmy award as Best Mystery Series.

Starring Reed Hadley, Hugh Beaumont

(1950 - 1953) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Case of the Matchmaker
2. Accidentally on Purpose
3. The Perpetual Pellet Case
4. Sailor Beware
5. Alias John Riley
6. Commodore Stitch



Disc 7, Side A

You Bet Your Life

The hilarious radio program featuring Groucho Marx was brought to the small screen and was a mainstay for many households during its twelve year run. As it was on the radio show, the television program following the same type of format with Groucho interviewing the contestants, with hilarious results, and then a knowledge contest occurred where the visitors could earn some money. Celebrities and every-day people alike were the targets of Groucho's quick wit and one-liners; all the while they hope to earn some extra cash by saying the day's "Secret Word". This program was fun for all ages and is a timeless classic you must see to believe!

Starring Groucho Marx, George Fenneman, Marilyn Burtis

(1950 - 1961) B&W (6) 30 minute episodes Unrated



Disc 7, Side B

The Red Skelton Show

This weekly variety program ran for over 20 years and showcased the remarkable talents of the host, Red Skelton, and his numerous guests from the stage and screen. Classic characters created by Skelton that were weekly staples on the show included Freddie the Freeloader, Clem Kadiddlehopper, Col. San Fernando Red, Sheriff Deadeye and Cauliflower McPugg. Skelton shared the stage with such classic stars as Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Jerry Lewis, Martha Raye, Jackie Coogan and Boris Karloff.

Starring Red Skelton

(1951 - 1971) B&W/Color 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Original DaVinci
2. Trailer Park
3. Deadeye at the Golden Nugget
4. Laughter, the Universal Language
5. Munson's Red Herring
6. BBC Sketch/Polo Sketch/Army Sketch



Disc 8, Side A

The Andy Griffith Show

Widower Sheriff Andy (Andy Griffith) and his son Opie (Ron Howard) live with Andy's Aunt Bea in Mayberry, NC. With virtually no crimes to solve, most of Andy's time is spent philosophizing and calming down his cousin Deputy Barney (Don Knotts). Put your feet up and travel back to a time when plain folks were the rule and Aunt Bea's apple pie was always on the table.

Starring Andy Griffith, Don Knotts, Ron Howard

(1960-1968) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Aunt Bee's Medicine Man

2. Dogs, Dogs, Dogs

3. The Rivals

4. A Wife for Andy

5. The Big House

6. The Loaded Goat



Disc 8, Side B

The Beverly Hillbillies

Jed Clampett is a simple backwoods man who strikes it rich, when an oil gusher springs up on his land, making him a millionaire overnight. Listening to his relatives, Jed decides to give his family a fresh start in Beverly Hills, where all the rich people live. Taking his daughter Elly May, nephew Jethro Bodine and his mother-in-law Granny with him, Jed meets with and moves in next door to Mr. Drysdale, the president of the Commerce Bank, where Jed keeps his money and Mr. Drysdale will do anything to keep it there. Watch the misadventures of this backwoods family trying to live in the big city but sticking to their rural ways!

Starring Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Max Baer Jr., Donna Douglas

(1962 - 1971) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Giant Jackrabbit

2. No Place Like Home

3. Home for Christmas

4. The Girl from Home

5. Jethro Goes to School

6. The Servants



Disc 9, Side A

The Trouble With Father

"The Trouble With Father" first aired in October of 1950 and ran on ABC until 1955, when it went to syndication and was re-titled "The Stu Erwin Show". Stu Erwin portrayed a folksy, good natured, bumbling principal of Hamilton High School. June Collyer starred as Stu's wife June and they spent many an episode dealing with the goings-on of their teenage daughter Joyce and their precocious youngest daughter Jackie. Sheila James, who portrayed Jackie, went on to greater fame as Zelda Conroy on "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis".

Starring Stu Erwin, June Collyer, Willie Best

(1950 - 1955) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Extra $425
2. The Housewife Syndrome
3. The French Influence
4. The Dishwashing Machine
5. The Principal from Buenos Aires
6. Women Rule the Country



Disc 10, Side A

The Buccaneers

Follow the adventures of Captain Dan Tempest, a former pirate pardoned by the King, now working for the Crown as a privateer. Captain Tempest sails the Caribbean, battling the Spanish that terrorize the shipping lanes, all the while he fights a constant battle in port with Lt. Beamish, the Crown-appointed deputy governor who doesn't agree with Tempest's way. Take yourself back to those days of yesteryear, where the open seas offered a lifetime of adventure and plenty of danger!

Starring Robert Shaw, Alec Clunes, Peter Hammond

(1956-1957) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Articles of War

2. Before the Mast

3. Blackbeard

4. Blood Will Tell

5. Captain Dan Tempest



The Lucy Show

Follow the comedic misadventures of Lucille Ball as Lucy Carmichael, recent widow trying to deal with raising her children alone, making her money stretch to cover expenses and work as the personal secretary to bank manager Theodore J. Mooney, played by Gale Gordon. Lucy's friend Vivian (Vivian Vance) lives with Lucy and the recent divorcee struggles along with her redheaded friend in raising her children and dealing with tight finances all under one roof.

Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Vivian Vance

(1962 - 1968) Color 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Lucy Gets Caught Up in the Draft
2. Lucy and John Wayne



Disc 10, Side B

Long John Silver

This 1950's television program features the continued tales of Robert Louis Stevenson's' literary creation, one-legged pirate Long John Silver. Robert Newton stars as the pirate who will do the right thing if it means he'll still benefit from it financially. After his adventures with Jim Hawkins on Treasure Island, Silver has moved to a small port where he keeps busy with his various schemes while trying to move from pirate to respectable citizen.

Starring Robert Newton, Connie Gilchrist, Kit Taylor

(1955) Color 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Dead Reckoning

2. The Devil's Stew

3. Dragon Slayer

4. The Eviction

5. Execution Dock



The Lucy Show

Follow the comedic misadventures of Lucille Ball as Lucy Carmichael, recent widow trying to deal with raising her children alone, making her money stretch to cover expenses and work as the personal secretary to bank manager Theodore J. Mooney, played by Gale Gordon. Lucy's friend Vivian (Vivian Vance) lives with Lucy and the recent divorcee struggles along with her redheaded friend in raising her children and dealing with tight finances all under one roof.

Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Vivian Vance

(1962 - 1968) Color 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Lucy and Pat Collins



Disc 11, Side A

The Jack Benny Program

Star of Vaudeville, Radio and the Big Screen, Jack Benny brought his highly-successful radio program to the small screen in 1950 and the show ran until 1965. Along for the ride were his famous cast of co-stars including Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Don Wilson, Dennis Day and Mary Livingstone, who all shared in the fun and misadventures of their famous boss. Whether dealing with his love of money, his perpetual age of 39 or his beloved Maxwell automobile, Jack Benny and his gang entertained one and all!

Starring Jack Benny, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Don Wilson

(1950 - 1965) B&W 30 Minutes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Guest Stars: Fred Allen & Eddie Cantor
2. Honolulu Trip - Guest Star: Marilyn Monroe
3. Guest Star: Humphrey Bogart
4. Guest Star: Johnnie Ray & Danny Thomas
5. Guest Stars: Irene Dunne & Vincent Price
6. Guest Star: Liberace



Disc 11, Side B

The Bob Cummings Show (Love That Bob)

In this classic comedy series, which ran from 1955 to 1959, comedian Bob Cummings was a bachelor photographer who tried to woo his models as well as support his widowed sister Margaret (Rosemary DeCamp) and nephew Chuck (Dwayne Hickman). Cummings was aided in his studio by his loyal assistant Schultzy (Ann B. Davis), while taking photos of his models such as Ingrid Goude (Miss Sweden 1956).

Starring Bob Cummings, Rosemary DeCamp, Ann B. Davis

(1955 - 1959) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Bob and Schultzy at Sea - Guest Star: Don Knotts
2. Bob Becomes a Genius - Guest Star: Gale Robbins
3. Bob Butters Beck, Beck Butters Bob - Guest Star: George Burns
4. Bob Goes Bird Watching - Guest Stars: Nancy Kulp & Charles Coburn
5. Bob Retrenches - Guest Star: Rose Marie



The Lucy Show

Follow the comedic misadventures of Lucille Ball as Lucy Carmichael, recent widow trying to deal with raising her children alone, making her money stretch to cover expenses and work as the personal secretary to bank manager Theodore J. Mooney, played by Gale Gordon. Lucy's friend Vivian (Vivian Vance) lives with Lucy and the recent divorcee struggles along with her redheaded friend in raising her children and dealing with tight finances all under one roof.

Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Vivian Vance

(1962 - 1968) Color 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Lucy and the Monkey
2. Lucy and the Efficiency Expert



Disc 12, Side A

The Adventures of Robin Hood

This classic television series ran from 1955 to 1960, featuring the tales of Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men. Richard Greene stars as our gallant hero who fought the forces of the evil Prince John, his local official the Sheriff of Nottingham and any aristocrat or ne'er-do-well who threatened the common people and loyal subjects of King Richard. Robin and his band lived in the shelter of Sherwood Forest, fighting their foes and hoping for the day when their beloved King Richard will return from the Crusades to rule once again.

Starring Richard Greene, Alexander Gauge, Simone Lovell

(1955 - 1960) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Coming of Robin Hood

2. The Moneylender

3. Dead or Alive

4. Friar Tuck

5. Maid Marian



The Lucy Show

Follow the comedic misadventures of Lucille Ball as Lucy Carmichael, recent widow trying to deal with raising her children alone, making her money stretch to cover expenses and work as the personal secretary to bank manager Theodore J. Mooney, played by Gale Gordon. Lucy's friend Vivian (Vivian Vance) lives with Lucy and the recent divorcee struggles along with her redheaded friend in raising her children and dealing with tight finances all under one roof.

Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Vivian Vance

(1962 - 1968) Color 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Lucy's Substitute Secretary



Disc 12, Side B

The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin

This series highlighted episodes from the movie serial "The Law of the Wild", which features the exploits of Rin Tin Tin Jr. and Rex, the King of the Horses. In this serial, a local rancher is framed for a murder and the accuser sets his sights upon the rancher's prize stallion, Rex. Meanwhile, the rancher's girlfriend hopes to ride Rex in a horse race in order to use the prize money to pay for the rancher's defense. Rex is stolen by the crooked rival and the girlfriend must track down Rex with the aid of Rinty.

Starring Rex - King of the Horses, Rin Tin Tin Jr., Bob Custer

(1934) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episode Titles:

1. The Man Killer
2. The Battle of the Strong
3. The Cross-Eyed Goony
4. Avenging Fangs
5. A Dead Man's Hand
6. Horse Thief Justice



The Lucy Show

Follow the comedic misadventures of Lucille Ball as Lucy Carmichael, recent widow trying to deal with raising her children alone, making her money stretch to cover expenses and work as the personal secretary to bank manager Theodore J. Mooney, played by Gale Gordon. Lucy's friend Vivian (Vivian Vance) lives with Lucy and the recent divorcee struggles along with her redheaded friend in raising her children and dealing with tight finances all under one roof.

Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Vivian Vance

(1962 - 1968) Color 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. Viv Visits Lucy



Disc 13, Side A

Dick Tracy

Based upon the popular comic strip by Chester Gould, this weekly TV series came into your home bringing you stories of everyone's favorite detective, Dick Tracy. See Tracy and his partner Sam Catchem, as they track down such dangerous criminals as The Mole and Flattop. The silver screen's star of the Dick Tracy films, Ralph Byrd, reprises his role on television for his numerous fans.

Starring Ralph Byrd, William Woodson, Lyle Talbot

(1950 - 1951) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Mole - Part 1

2. The Mole - Part 2

3. Dick Tracy Meets Flat Top

4. Hi-Jack

5. Heels Beals



Sherlock Holmes

This show was produced in France and featured Ronald Howard as the great detective Sherlock Holmes, with Howard Marion-Crawford assuming the role of Holmes' faithful partner Dr. Watson. This crime-fighting duo solved case after cases on a weekly basis to the delight of audiences everywhere, featuring some of the famous stories from the pen of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, as well as new cases written for the show.

Starring Ronald Howard, Howard Marion-Crawford

(1954 - 1955) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Case of the Cunningham Heritage

2. The Case of the Lady Beryl



Disc 13, Side B

Sherlock Holmes

This show was produced in France and featured Ronald Howard as the great detective Sherlock Holmes, with Howard Marion-Crawford assuming the role of Holmes' faithful partner Dr. Watson. This crime-fighting duo solved case after cases on a weekly basis to the delight of audiences everywhere, featuring some of the famous stories from the pen of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, as well as new cases written for the show.

Starring Ronald Howard, Howard Marion-Crawford

(1954 - 1955) B&W 30 Minute episodes Unrated



Episodes:

1. The Case of the Pennsylvania Gun

2. The Case of the Texas Cowgirl

3. The Case of the Belligerent Ghost

4. The Case of the Shy Ballerina"