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Contest: 50’s Television Classics

posted by Nell Minow

Experience the best of the Golden Age of Television with this collection of shows from TV’s early years. with 50’s TV Classics: Collector’s Edition you’ll enjoy over 10 hours of comedy, music, variety, game shows and drama starring some of Hollywood’s biggest stars!  Three discs include episodes of The Bob Hope Show (1957) The Chevy Show with Dinah Shore & Art Carney (1956) The Ed Wynn Show (1950) The Paul Winchell & Jerry Mahoney Show (1950) The Red Skelton Show (guest starring John Carradine), Death Valley Days: Sego Lillies (4/28/53) Death Valley Days: Little Washington (10/1/53) Death Valley Days: Dear Teacher (11/24/53), The Lawrence Welk Show (7/14/56) The Milton Berle Show (5/15/56), Beat the Clock The Celebrity Game Do You Trust Your Wife (Ep. 1) Do You Trust Your Wife (Ep. 2), and Name that Tune.  I am delighted to have two copies to give away.  Send an email to moviemom@moviemom.com with 50’s television in the subject line and tell me your favorite old-time television show.  Don’t forget your address!  (US addresses only)  I will pick a winner on Oct 8.  Good luck!

 

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