My Three Sons
Video Rating: 4 / five
@morgaffi I’m 22, and I grew up on the same stuff! Love those shows to death and wish TVLand would get back to that kind of programming!
@DRbiohazard people like you are the reason the country is the way it is today
I ALWAYS had the biggest CRUSH on ERNIE!!!!!!
Iam a girl by the way!
Yes, back in the days when writers for these old shows actually wrote stuff that was funny, not lewd or mean and rude. The writing for the I Love Lucy series was about as good as it gets.
A lot of good shows and memories. And these were on prime time network TV.
remember when you went to the movie theatre to watch a movie? They would always play a cartoon before the movie. I still miss that. i liked the roadrunner the best!
Late in the series, second to last season?
trying to locate original episodes, they used my Grandfathers house for the white 2 story in Los Angeles. We used to go be on the set, such fun!
My Three Sons-of -Bitches! Hehe.
I remember the William Frawley who played ‘Bub’.
i used to love that simple animation for the intro, lol
This is as much of the show as I ever watched. But I must have watched it a couple hundred times.
I’m glad I grew up with these shows as a kid. I feel sorry for today’s kids with crap like Hannah Montana and all the other rot on TV.
@morgaffi I’m 31, and I agree. I grew up watching those shows on Nick and Nite, and find “Fresh Prince of Bel Air” just doesn’t cut it.
@morgaffi true, those are some good add ons, not to mention Bugs and those guys, cartoons the way they were meant to be, Hair Bear Bunch, Hong Kong Phoohey, I could go on and on
@schef99 To your list I add Andy Griffith, The Munsters, Addams Family, The Flintstones, Gilligan’s Island (yeah, yeah, I know…but I was a kid), Batman, Flipper, I Dream of Jeannie, Lost in Space, Red Skelton, Get Smart, and Saturday morning cartoons. Yup, we’re old, but it was a good time to be a kid…
@dmcfeb211 Petty Coat Junction, Mr. Ed, My Favorite Martian, Courtship of Eddies Father, Room 222, Beverly Hillbillies, damn I’m old
This is a short version of the original. To go back to the mid 60s or early 70s, here’s how it originally opened: First you’d see the CBS Color identifier come on (the letters C, B and S would spring to the middle of the screen in white, then the eye would sweep across turning them to color). Next, Fred MacMurray would be sitting in the living room set and say, “hello, and welcome to our show.” Then the animation would begin.
I agree with everyone we need a network for 60s and 70s shows.
@dmcfeb211 I’d like to see more of the classic shows too,because I could care less about howd you get so rich or extreme makeover.
I read somewhere that Fred McMurray didn’t spend all season filming these episodes when the entire cast was around – his contract allowed him to film all of the scenes he would be involved in for the entire season, and then he would be free to do whatever he liked until next season started – that’s probably why this show lasted 12 seasons, from 1960 to 1972- all the episodes didn’t necessarily center around the main character-
@dmcfeb211 Me too !
I used to want to buy a brand new Chevrolet and put In a 8 track tape of the My 3 Sons Song though A Friend of Mine suggested See The USA In Your Chevrolet and turn the volume up all the way and get on a long country road and floor It until ran out of road or gas.