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Top TV Shows of the 1960s

Life was simpler in the 1960's. There were only three major networks and most television dials only went up to thirteen channels, which was good because you had to get up and change them.

Your television probably had rabbit ears which could be adjusted to get a better picture. And of course, there was an antenna on the roof.

Gunsmoke ran from 1955 to 1975, and with 635 episodes it remains the longest running Western in television history. It was nominated for 15 Emmys and won 11.

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John Wayne was offered the role of Dillon but turned it down because he didn't want to commit to the long term grind of producing a weekly television show. Wayne recommended Arness for the role.

Marshall Matt Dillion is responsible for maintaining law and order in the rough and tumble frontier town of Dodge City.

There's no lack of action in the wild west as Dillon deals with barroom brawls, cattle rustling and gun fights. Like any good lawman he relies on his fairness, wisdom and his six shooter to save the day.

Dusters were all the rage in the 1960s. Other fan favorites included Wagon Train, Have Gun Will Travel and Rawhide, Bonanza, The Adventures of Jim Bowie, The Big Valley, The Lawman and Rifleman.

Top TV Shows of the 1960s I DREAM OF JEANNIE

I Dream of Jeannie aired from 1965 to 1970 and produced 139 episodes. The first season was shot in black and white. A cartoon program based on the show aired later.

I Dream of Jeannie stars Barbra Eden as Jeannie. Larry Hagman as Major Tony Nelson, Bill Daily as Major Roger Healey, Hayden Rourke as Dr. Alfred Bellows and Emmaline Henry as Amanda Bellows.

Jeannie is 2000 year old genie who is imprisoned in a bottle when she refuses to marry a powerful genie in Bagdad.

Astronaut Tony Nelson finds the bottle. frees Jeannie and so becomes her "master".

It's not a job he wants as Jeannie uses her magic to "protect him, often jeopardizing his career as an astronaut.

The two fall in love and get married.

The 1960s were rich in family oriented comedies, They include The Addams Family, Bewitched, The Beverly Hillbillies, Bewitched, The Brady Bunch, Car 54 Where Are You, The Dick Van Dyke Show, F Troop, The Flying Nun, Gidget, Gilligan's Island, Green Acres, Hazel, Hogens Heroes, The Monkees, petticoat Junction and My Three Sons.

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Star Trek first aired in 1966 and produced 79 episodes before it was cancelled in 1969. NBC had threatened to kill the show after two seasons due to low ratings but changed its mind after an unpresidented fan based letter writing campaign convinced the network to continue with the show.

Creator Gene Roddenbury probably never dreamed the show would spin off into another five TV series, 12 movies (with another scheduled for release May, 2013), Star Trek novels and collectibles.

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Captain Kirk and his crew, who represent different races, including a Vulcan travel the universe with one goal."To go where no man has gone before".

Each week they visit a new planet, some hostile and must obey the prime directive which is to not interfere with another civilizations culture or growth.

They travel from the ship via teleporters and sport state of the art gadgets like phasers and tricorders.
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