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Clint Eastwood was supposed to play this classic villain in Batman 1966

It was almost certain... and then the series got cancelled.

Classroom objects that ‘90s kids remember all too well

From colorful scooters to scented markers, there’s more than one way to tell a ‘90s classroom ...more

Forget dating apps, the Sixties had ''computer matchmaking''

The trend was so popular, a number of classic TV shows got in on the electronic love act.

Watch: The stars of The Odd Couple even quibble over which is the best episode

It's sight gags vs. ad-libbed lines in this favorite episode face-off.

Carol Burnett and Jim Nabors prove classic TV bonds run deep

"We hit it off immediately." The TV icons became practically family.

This Waltons guest star was dubbed the next Mary Tyler Moore

Deirdre Lenihan was "television’s next potential headliner"... until she wasn’t.

10 vintage electronics that aren't used much today

Were you ever the person with a boombox on your shoulder or a walkman on your hip?

Carol Burnett's Twilight Zone episode was meant to launch a whole new series

She brought a funny element from her real-life experience as a movie theater usher to the role.

These behind-the-scenes photos prove cardigans were the epitome of cool in the Sixties

Who needs a leather jacket? These stars looked stylish in button-down sweaters.

The Petticoat Junction train is still rollin' down the tracks

You may not know it, but the ''little train'' in Petticoat Junction has had quite the career in ...more

Things we miss and don’t miss about the drive-in theater

At one time there were over 4,000 drive-in theaters in America!

Ted Danson's toupee practically became its own character on Cheers

Did you know the moment Sam removed his hairpiece was totally unscripted?

6 Westerns Mary Tyler Moore appeared in early in her career

She mostly played dramatic roles but got to show her funny side on a few occasions.

These candid photos show the messy aftermath of I Love Lucy’s famous grape stomping scene

The iconic moment looks hilarious on camera but was perilous to film.

These comedians were mainstays on The Ed Sullivan Show

You might be surprised at who had the most appearances ever on The Ed Sullivan Show.

Joan Rivers' first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show was the result of a name mix up

Sullivan may have said the wrong name at the time, but it certainly worked out for him and Rivers.

WKRP in Cincinnati was the first TV show to feature the music of Van Halen

The sitcom helped introduce the music of Eddie Van Halen to American ears.
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