An anthology of serials, documentaries and cartoons from the Disney canon. Perhaps the most famous segments were the 1954-55 'Davy Crockett' stories, featuring Fess Parker as the coonskin-capped hero, which sparked a full-blown national craze (along with a hit record and lots of kids merchandise to go with it). Other popular adventures included 'The Swamp Fox' (with Leslie Nielsen) and 'The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh' (with Patrick McGoohan). Walt Disney hosted the series until his 1966 death.
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One of TV's most durable and wholesome sitcoms is about widower Steve Douglas and his boys, who shared a house with their maternal grandfather, and later, their crotchety uncle. The series was originally scheduled to be a vehicle for the Lennon Sisters of 'Lawrence Welk Show' fame. Characters came and went, but this was an endearing, highly rated series throughout its 1960-72 run; when it moved from ABC to CBS in 1965, Mike, the eldest, was written out, and replaced by adopted son Ernie.
Likable kidcom about a lumpy misfit and his debonair, orange-soda-loving buddy. Rapper Coolio composed the theme song for the show, which was a spin-off from Nickelodeon's variety entry 'All That.' The duo's young fans also fed on their 1997 big-screen outing, 'Good Burger,' turning it into a modest hit.