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R.I.P. Ja'Net Dubois, singer of The Jeffersons theme song and star of Good Times
She worked with a young Janet Jackson and created a theme song still referenced today by the likes
R.I.P. Kellye Nakahara, who played Nurse Kellye on 10 seasons of M*A*S*H
She appeared in more than 150 episodes of the classic Korean War sitcom. She was 72.
5 things you never knew about Tom and Jerry cartoons
Two decades before The Flintstones, Hanna-Barbera made animation history with the cat and mouse.
6 overlooked TV shows with Robert Conrad in the lead role
He did far more than The Wild Wild West.
R.I.P. Orson Bean, voice of The Hobbit and Twilight Zone star
The actor, comedian and variety show regular was 91 years old.
Decades honors Robert Conrad with The Wild Wild West Binge
The marathon celebrating the recently-passed action hero will begin this Saturday, February 15,
R.I.P. Gene Reynolds, who went from The Little Rascals to co-creator of M*A*S*H and Lou Grant
Reynolds was the man who moved into the Ricardos apartment and directed "Mayberry on Record."
The 10 most forgotten spin-offs of smash TV shows
None of them lasted more than 16 episodes.
9 British TV shows that made it to America in the 1960s
The British Invasion went beyond the Beatles.
R.I.P. John Karlen, star of Dark Shadows and Cagney & Lacey
The actor, frequently seen on police shows, was 86 years old.
R.I.P. Terry Jones, founding member of Monty Python
The actor, director, and screenwriter was 77 years old.
R.I.P. Carol Serling, the wife of Rod Serling who made a cameo in Twilight Zone: The Movie
The caretaker of the Twilight Zone legacy was 91.
16 smells that will take you right back to childhood in the 1960s
Take a whiff of the Sixties.
9 short-lived 1980s crime dramas
Wonder woman, cowboys, and young Thanos were all catching bad guys in the 80s.
Holy walk of fame, Batman! Burt Ward finally gets his Hollywood Star
The star is located next to Adam West's.
R.I.P. Edd Byrnes, the hip Kookie of 77 Sunset Strip
The comb-loving actor was 87.
10 one-hit wonders from 1980 that range from funny to funky
Let's drive our "Cars" back to "Funkytown."
R.I.P. Buck Henry of Get Smart and Saturday Night Live fame
The Oscar-nominated writer came up with "the cone of silence." He was 89.
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