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Old 12-04-2014, 01:53 AM   #1
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who here remember this sitcom which ran from 1968-70 on either ABC or NBC-I forget which one.

I hadn't seen it in YEARS until I watched the pilot episode that someone uploaded onto You Tube along with a lot of other episodes of it. (all in excellent quality)
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who here remember this sitcom which ran from 1968-70 on either ABC or NBC-I forget which one.

I hadn't seen it in YEARS until I watched the pilot episode that someone uploaded onto You Tube along with a lot of other episodes of it. (all in excellent quality)

I very vaguely remember this. I know Hope Lange was in it, and Charles Nelson Reilly I think ? Other than that I don't remember much but I think it was on Friday nights? Wish they would bring it back. I'd love to check it out!
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yes, Charles Nelson Reilly was in it and Edward Mulhare. Like I said someone posted a lot of episodes of it on You Tube if you'd like to see it.

And I think it was on either Friday or Saturday nights on either ABC or NBC.
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Why on earth are you posting this here? Ghost & Mrs. Muir has its own heading in the 60s section.
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Why on earth are you posting this here? Ghost & Mrs. Muir has its own heading in the 60s section.

Is it THAT big of a deal that you have to comment on it? Is there a way to have said the same thing without the resulting condescension?

Let the moderators worry about 'what should go where'.

To the OP, yes, this is one of the VERY first shows I have a dim memory of watching. It was just a light, fluffy, show with some good leads.

p.s. I want to say that it switched networks after one year but I am not sure.
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This also featured Reta Shaw, one of the great comic character actresses:

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You know this was one tv show I had never watched before until this year on youtube. I do remember it being on local syndication but I just never bothered. After seeing a few episodes, I like it. Once again, I've yet to see a bad 60's sitcom.
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yea, I wish they'd put it on DVD.

The movie is also good.
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I want to say that it switched networks after one year but I am not sure.
The answer to both questions is...
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I use to watch it on TVland all the time, it was a good show too bad it's not on dvd yet.
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it used to be on TV Land? When?
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It was on FX in the mid 90s, he's probably thinking of that.
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I would like to see Ghost & Mrs. Muir and Please Don't Eat The Daisies released on DVD. I would buy both shows. Love 60's sitcoms.
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No, I remember watching it on TVLand Saturday mornings at 9am.
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