Tag Archives: 1950’s TV

They Said You’ll Never Be Miss America

Sixty years ago, the Miss America Pageant was broadcast on television for the first time. I was seven years old, it was a Saturday night, and my siblings and I were going to be allowed to stay up to see … Continue reading

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Spying, My Mission Impossible

Among my many and varied ambitions, I always thought it would be exciting and fulfilling to serve my country as a spy. That’s right. A spy. The plethora of spy shows on television during my formative years had an enormous … Continue reading

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TV And Me: Pals Stick Together

I seem to be particularly good at finding TV shows which have been on the air for a long time, and never had or took the opportunity to watch, or have been on the air, and now are cancelled; and … Continue reading

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