The Fall Guy is an American action/adventure television program produced for ABC and originally broadcast from November 4, 1981 to May 2, 1986.
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On Jan. 11, 1975, Edith Bunker said a tearful goodbye to her neighbor and friend Louise Jefferson on All in the Family. She and her husband George, were “movin’ on up to the East Side, to a deluxe apartment in the sky!” For the next 11 seasons, The Jeffersons lived among a kaleidoscope of characters, including a sycophantic doorman named Ralph, a bizarre British neighbor named Bentley, and the Willises — TV’s first married couple in which one character was black and one was white.
Like All in the Family, The Jeffersons had a bigoted, opinionated loud-mouth at its center: George Jefferson who was constantly putting his foot in his mouth. The show tackled many serious issues, Although comedy was the key element of its success, the show tackled many serious issues from George’s social climbing to Louise’s relationship with her mother-in-law — and Florence’s never ending battles with George.
In its final season, CBS pulled the plug on The Jeffersons without giving the show an official finale. However, The Jeffersons is a masterpiece and it remains a landmark in the classic TV landscape.
For a short amount of time we are going to allow submissions of any Halloween costumes any of our followers did that represented some vintage tv show! Past costumes or what you are planning this Halloween!
Just go to our main page and click Vintage Halloween
- Just common courtesy, if something is offensive then please don’t submit
-Tell us who you are and from what TV show. Feel free to add any stories you see as appropriate!
This is the first time we are having submissions so we apologize in advance for any technical difficulties.
Vintage-Visuals: Shows from the beginning of time to the late 90s.
There has been some complaints about this blog not being ‘vintage’ enough because we sometimes post stuff from the 90s. I am just going to leave here some definitions of vintage and allow you followers to do with this information as you will. Debate if you see fit even, just know we are not going to stop posting stuff from the 90s. As you can see, there is no specific definition/time period mentioned [Unfollow if you feel this blog does not meet your vintage needs]
Origin of Vintage:
Middle English, probably alteration of vendage, from Anglo-French vendage, vendenge, from Latin vindemia grape-gathering, vintage, from vinum wine, grapes + demere to take off, from de- + emere to take. First Known Use: 15th century
The First Easter Rabbit is a 1976 animated Easter special, seen on NBC and later CBS. Created by Rankin/Bass, it tells the story of the Easter Bunny's origin and is loosely based on The Velveteen Rabbit, a children’s book by Margery Williams. Burl Ives did the narration of this special which also featured the song “Easter Parade”.
A Family Circus Easter, 1982
The family has a plan to help little PJ find his first Easter egg. Dolly helps but Billy wants to catch the Easter bunny. When he does, the entire family is surprised, even the dog! In the end, everyone is happy, and they celebrate a wonderful Easter.