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Some of the great network sit coms of the past

Network Sit Coms of the 60's and 70's - Part 13


The Partridge Family (1970 - 1974) ABC
Starring:  Shirley Jones, David Cassidy, Dave Madden, Danny Bonaduce, Susan Dey, Suzanne Crough,
and Jeremy Gelbwaks




This is from my favorite episode and a under-rated song.



Funny Face (1971 - 1971) CBS
Starring:  Sandy Duncan, Valorie Armstrong, Kathleen Freeman,
Henry Beckman, and Nita Talbot

This is kind of funny but the only clip available for this show is in Japanese.



Getting Together (1971 - 1972) ABC
Starring:  Bobby Sherman, Wes Stern, Susan Neher,
Pat Carroll, and Jack Burns

Might as well throw in some Bobby Sherman Songs too !!

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Bobby Sherman and Wes Stern in Getting Together, a 1971 television series






The Good Life (1971 - 1972) NBC
Starring:  Larry Hagman, Donna Mills, David Wayne, and Hermione Baddeley
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Larry Hagman and Donna Mills in The Good Life from 1971


The Jimmy Stewart Show (1971 - 1972) NBC
Starring:  James Stewart, Julie Adams, John McGiver,
Jonathan Daly, and Kirby Furlong

This was a great show and this episode clip has Kate Jackson guest starring.



The Smith Family (1971 - 1972) ABC
Starring:  Henry Fonda, Janet Blair, Darleen Carr,
Ron Howard, and John Carter

And you thought Ron Howard didn't do anything between
Mayberry and Milwaukee.



Bridget Loves Bernie (1972 - 1973) CBS
Starring:  Meredith Baxter, David Birney, Audra Lindley, David Doyle, and Harold J. Stone

The series was regarded, at the time, as somewhat controversial since the premise featured the marriage
between a wealthy Irish Catholic teacher (Bridget) and a Jewish cab driver (Bernie) whom she met at a bus stop.

The situation comedy was ranked fifth in the ratings among all shows for that television season. CBS executives
decided to cancel the show in response to hate mail from viewers who objected to the inter-religious marriage
depicted on the series.  This was a great show !!

It was the highest-rated television program ever to be cancelled.




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