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The year was 1960 which TV Cop Shows did you watch?

Pip 2009/03/03 16:30:10
Perry Mason
Route 66
Naked City
77 Sunset Strip
Surfside 6
Hawaiian Eye
Bourban Street Beat
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77 Sunset Strip - Had Edd Byrnes as Kookie
Hawaiian Eye - You watched Connie Stevens as Cricket Blake
Surfside 6 - The gals loved Troy Donahue as Sandy Winfield II
Perry Mason - Raymond Burr was firm as Perry Mason
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  • DOC 2009/03/05 18:43:22
    All of the above
    DOC
    +1
    I don't know if it was on in 1960 but Tudty & Muldune in CAR 54 was a pretty funny show.
  • Pip DOC 2009/03/05 19:04:39
    Pip
    Very funny, I posted a youtube video of them here.
  • john 2009/03/05 04:05:03
    All of the above
    john
    +1
    WOW I loved all these shows our whole FAMILY watched all of these
    together' heck we only had one TV back then but' you know we made
    it work & were happy with it despite having so few channels back then
    it turns out we really didn't need a lot of channels because there were
    good programs for the entire FAMILY to watch on the 3 main stations.
    Thank you I like nostalgia.
  • LAA 2009/03/04 22:53:41
    All of the above
    LAA
    +2
    I'm sure I watched all of them at least a few times, but the one I remember most is Perry Mason. Every show ended the same way, In a court room, Mason's client is surly to be found guilty, the drama is at a high level, when all of a sudden, out of nowhere, Perry Mason spins around, points to some poor schumk in the court room and explains how the guy is guilty. The guy breaks down and admits everything, even though throughout the show, he had only a bit part and was hardly recognizable.......but people loved it!!
  • Pip LAA 2009/03/04 23:58:10
    Pip
    Yep! They did.. That's funny to think about today
  • mei mei 2009/03/04 16:47:50 (edited)
  • Pip mei mei 2009/03/04 17:02:25
    Pip
    You and many other young ladies
  • ladypuppylove 2009/03/04 14:25:41
    Route 66
    ladypuppylove
    +1
    I grew up with all the shows and i love them all but perry mason was the best one time a man from lookout mountain in the 60's son was in jail and he paid perry mason one thousand dollars to come to chattanooga tennessee to defend his son the court room was packed of course back then a thousand dollare was a lot of money he won the case and it drew headlines to tennessee 77 sunset strip was ok cookie (edward Burns ) played cookie boy was he handsome and route 66 these 2 guys travel from city to city helping people that they meet i now keep my tv tuned to tv land there are few good shows to look at now a days i love all C S I 'S they are great how about i love lucy sge was the best as well
  • Groucho 2009/03/04 10:04:55
    None of the above
    Groucho
    +1
    The Untouchables with Robert Stack.
  • Pip Groucho 2009/03/04 11:50:40
    Pip
    +1
    Most exciting show on the air back then
  • Groucho Pip 2009/03/04 22:37:46
    Groucho
    +1
    Fun poll...brings back good memories.
  • Pip Groucho 2009/03/05 12:05:26
    Pip
    +1
    Thank you Groucho
  • KODA 2009/03/04 04:35:25
    None of the above
    KODA
    +1
    I was watching cartoons at 2 years old , dang PIP are you old ???
  • Pip KODA 2009/03/04 11:51:16
    Pip
    +2
    Older, I like the word older. I guess you checked my profile. I'm 61
  • KODA Pip 2009/03/04 23:25:17
    KODA
    +1
    man that is old LOL
  • JinFizz 2009/03/04 01:11:18
    77 Sunset Strip
    JinFizz
    +2
    Sunset Strip but also loved Perry Mason.

    77 sunset strip sunset strip loved perry mason
  • thakatchaser 2009/03/04 01:03:57
  • Today 2009/03/04 00:49:03
  • will miss ya! 2009/03/04 00:38:16
    Perry Mason
    will miss ya!
    +4
    I never watched any of them... lol This is the only one I have actually even heard of. My grandmother use to talk about it..... lol :p perry mason watched lol heard grandmother talk lol
  • Jon 2009/03/03 23:45:13 (edited)
    Undecided
    Jon
    +2
    I was in the dark until 1969. After that I watched Starsky and Hutch, Hawaii Five O, and Rat Patrol (if you call that a police show).
  • luigi1- in god we trust 2009/03/03 23:12:45
    All of the above
    luigi1- in god we trust
    +2
    all the above & hawaiian eye.
  • Mrs. V 2009/03/03 23:07:32
    Undecided
    Mrs. V
    +3
    Some of the above, Route 66 (which runs through Ok), Perry Mason, 77 Sunset Strip, and Hawaiian Eye.
    Before that, it was Dragnet, with Sgt. Joe Friday.
  • Pip Mrs. V 2009/03/03 23:10:15
    Pip
    +1
    Yep! the first Dragnet ended in 59
  • Mrs. V Pip 2009/03/03 23:41:05
    Mrs. V
    +3
    You probably remember Hop-a-long Cassidy, too.
    Don't you wish you could go back to the 50's-60's. Life was so much more simple. Ding Dong School Bell, Captain Kangaroo, Ed Sullivan. Father Knows Best, Leave It to Beaver. Such good lessons in life. Now, it is just demoralizing.
  • Pip Mrs. V 2009/03/04 00:10:36
    Pip
    +2
    Tell me about it.. We had the life and didn't know it!
  • Mrs. V Pip 2009/03/04 00:36:20
    Mrs. V
    +3
    Well, at least we know it now. Better late than never.
  • luigi1-... Mrs. V 2009/03/03 23:22:37
    luigi1- in god we trust
    +2
    remember cricket played by connie stevens.
  • Pip luigi1-... 2009/03/03 23:24:17
    Pip
    +2
    I thought she was hot
  • Maine Guy 2009/03/03 21:19:54 (edited)
    Route 66
    Maine Guy
    +1
    I remember 77 Sunset Strip and Route 66. Back then, I had a barber who was a deadringer for Ed Burns who played Kookie on 77 Sunset Strip. When I told him who he reminded me of he took out him comb and combed his hair back the way Kookie did on the show. He did this every time I went for a haircut after that.
    66 vaguely remember 77 sunset strip route 66 theme music 66 vaguely remember 77 sunset strip route 66 theme music
  • Scars Remain (aka Vicki) 2009/03/03 20:49:51
    None of the above
    Scars Remain (aka Vicki)
    +2
    I wasn't born yet, I wasn't even the sparkle in my father's eye.
  • sissi 2009/03/03 20:34:28 (edited)
    None of the above
    sissi
    +2
    In the 60's well I had small children and didn't watch much TV.
  • Pip sissi 2009/03/03 21:20:22
    Pip
    +1
    1960 I was in eight grade..I was glued to the tube!
  • Beer30 2009/03/03 19:36:39 (edited)
    All of the above
    Beer30
    +2
    I'll take "Funniest Cop Shows from the 1960's" for $200, Alex,,,,,,

    What wuz "Car 54, Where are You?"
  • Pip Beer30 2009/03/03 19:37:41
  • Beer30 Pip 2009/03/03 20:46:03
    Beer30
    +2
    You're making my day, Pip! Thanks.
  • Pip Beer30 2009/03/03 21:20:39
    Pip
    +1
    Thank you Beer
  • Jacks 2009/03/03 19:19:51
    Route 66
    Jacks
    +2
    Don't forget: 'The Mod Squad' started in the late 60's

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...
  • **Bessie** Jacks 2009/03/03 19:30:59 (edited)
    **Bessie**
    +2
    They were sooooooooo cool!
  • p31woman 2009/03/03 19:09:58
    All of the above
    p31woman
    +2
    Except for Bourbon Street Beat and Surfside 6, which I can't seem to remember. You know this is telling our age!
    I had a crush on Cookie of 77 Sunset Strip.
  • Pip p31woman 2009/03/03 19:11:27
    Pip
    +1
    Many gals had a crush on him...lol

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