From macramé to Shrinky Dinks, the 1970s were a golden age for crafts.
Aerobics, velour and Garfield were all the rage in '83. So much aerobics.
Uhura's earrings and Armenian dialogue are also reasons to see ''Coffin for a Clown.''
Late-night reruns of the action show led to a tug of war between two networks.
The Peggy Fair actress sure had a lot of firsts.
One of these shows featured guest stars from The Andy Griffith Show, M*A*S*H and Batman.
His career started on Broadway at 13 years old and continued for the next seven decades.
He appeared in Clint Eastwood movies and starred in the sitcom Dharma & Greg.
A regular on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In, Brown also worked with Sammy Davis Jr. on film and ...more
These retro rooms are so bright, you're going to have to wear shades.
Remember when all your clothes were yellow and Vincent Price decorated your house?
Julie McCoy, Johnny Fever, and Jim-Bob were based on real people! Kojak, too!
She also played an important role in the second Star Trek pilot. She was 84 years old.
The company said it tasted like "carbonated tree sap", and that's just the beginning.
Television in the '60s had talking cars, flying nuns and a Jeannie in a bottle.
1982 was the year of Michael J. Fox, talking cars, and a Shatner comeback
The Bob Cummings Show had an ambitious and novel plan for expansion.
Dobie Gillis also inspired one of the biggest soul singers of the Sixties.