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|01-12-2001, 04:02 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 28, 2000
Location: Rockville, Md, USA
I have a channel on cable, WTMW Channel 14 which is a member of AIN, The American Independant Nework. It is mostly infomercials and other sales type stuff. But it does have some classic TV shows. You may have an AIN station available to you. Click here and scroll down to the AIN section to see a list of channels.
Here is what was on yesterday. All times are EST. You can click on each title to bring up the IMDB listing for it.
4:00 I Married Joan, a 1952 sitcom starring a very young Jim Backus.
4:30 Love that Bob, a 1955 sitcom with Dwayne Hickman, Nancy Kulp, Ann B. Davis, and Bob Cummings. This has an amazing amount of talent in one show. Yesterday, a very young Don Knotts was a guest star and he appeared in a swimming suit!
5:00 The Mothers-in-law, a sitcom from 1967. Yesterday's show was from the first season, so Roger Carmel (Harry Mudd from StarTrek) has a starring role.
5:30 Susie, a sitcom from 1953 starring Ann Sothern.
6:00 The Beverly Hillbillies. First season, uncut, no crunching of credits.
6:30 The Lucy Show. Yesterday Carol Burnett was the guest star.
Now some of these shows really need restoration, the prints are not great. Also AIN does not seem to closely follow the schedules they sent to gist, tvguide, etc. Still, it is worth the trouble to track this down if you can.
[This message has been edited by Perderabo (edited 01-12-2001).]
|10-10-2001, 08:57 PM||#2|
Join Date: May 06, 2001
Mine Used to (Wait, SUPPOSED To, I'll * the ones that did air) air these:
"Dobie Gillis" *
"Life With Elizabeth"
"The Lucy Show"
"The Andy Griffith Show"
"The Dick Van Dyke Show"
And The Last Surviving Show:
"The Beverly Hillibillies"*
They Keep Changing the Sked, One Week These Shows are Scheduled, the Next THeir Not. My TV Week and TV Guide give conflictin info!
|10-10-2001, 09:10 PM||#3|
SO News/Reviews Director
Join Date: Feb 17, 2000
Location: Linden, NJ (Where Hal Linden got his last name from!)
WHSE in NY/NJ just turned into AIN on October 1.
The Lucy Show
Date With The Angels
Classic Cartoons on Cartoon Arcade & Cartoon Junction
Some classic Sci-Fi, westerns, etc.
|10-11-2001, 09:19 PM||#4|
Join Date: Sep 30, 2001
Location: Martinsburg, WV usa
I have friends who can get channel 14 out of Arlington,VA WTMW-TV. However dont get used to watching classic reruns there much longer for they will be going spanish soon.
WTMW was recently sold and plans are for them to go Spanish either sometime later on this year or early 2002.
There is more info about this at www.dcrtv.com
anything/everything you want to know about tv
in the Washington/ Baltimore/ Richmond/ Norfolk/ Harrisburg area can be found there.
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