Tag Archives: 1960s

‘My Three Sons’ (Season 1): A remarkably complex, innovative American sitcom

Escape is the only option today, I fear (if you’re lucky enough to be able to escape, I should add). So if you’re going to retreat, you should go somewhere extraordinary.

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‘The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson’: Unflappable, supremely confident, with laser-precision timing

Just a minor administrative note before the review: Drunk TV has a new official mascot for the foreseeable future. Enjoy!

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Alice in Wonderland (1966): BBC version is the one to watch!

Strange, unreal…frightening.

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‘Dennis the Menace’ (Season 2): ’60s sitcom’s highest rated season

More of the same this second time around…and that means more laughs from this witty, perfectly-crafted family sitcom.

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‘Mister Ed’ (Season 1): Classic 60s sitcom still delivers the funny

“Why did you talk to me?” “The whole thing is fantastic! I just don’t understand it!”

“Don’t try…it’s bigger than both of us.”

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‘Secret Agent’: England’s Danger Man thrills viewers the world over

Please. If the question is: “What’s the best TV spy series ever produced?” I don’t want to hear something like Mission: Impossible or The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (even though I love those two), Continue reading ‘Secret Agent’: England’s Danger Man thrills viewers the world over

‘The Courtship of Eddie’s Father’ (Season 1): Understated performances keep sitcom fresh & touching

“When you were a little boy, did you want to be what you are now?”
“No.”
“How come, Dad?”
“Well, because I guess when I was a little boy, I didn’t know that one day there would be a little boy like you that I would be the father of.”
“Is that the most important thing you are? A father?”
“That is the most important thing I am.”

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‘Dennis the Menace’ (Season 1): Comic strip-turned-sitcom remains delightfully fun

A genuine delight.

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‘Wanted: Dead or Alive’: Steve McQueen’s hit Western leads to big-screen stardom

As a warm-up, you might say, to our commitment here at Drunk TV—and believe me: “commitment” is the correct word— Continue reading ‘Wanted: Dead or Alive’: Steve McQueen’s hit Western leads to big-screen stardom

‘Christmas Television Favorites’: A look back at 7 animated specials

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‘True-Life Adventures’: True Disney works of art

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Mice, cavemen, & Garfield: 3 forgotten animated Thanksgiving specials

With the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays approaching, you know what I’m thankful for? Continue reading Mice, cavemen, & Garfield: 3 forgotten animated Thanksgiving specials