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THE Genuine MCCOYS Television INTRO

THE Real MCCOYS WAS A Situation COMEDY WHICH AIRED ON ABC FROM 1957 TO 1962. IT AIRED FOR 1 Much more SEASON ON CBS Ahead of ITS END IN 1963. THE SHOW STARRED WALTER BRENNAN AS GRANDPA AMOS MCCOY,RICHARD CRENA AS HIS GRANDSON LUKE,KATHLEEN NOLAN AS KATE LUKES NEW BRIDE,LYDIA REED AS HASSIE THE TEENAGE SISTER,MICHAEL WINKELMAN AS LUKE THE 11 OLD Little BROTHER AND ALSO STARRING TONY MARTINEZ AS PEPINO WHO WORKED FOR THEM AND THEN BECAME Part OF THE Family.THE Actual MCCOYS HAD 6 SEASONS AND A TOTAL OF 224 EPISODES.THIS IS THE INTRO FOR THE SHOW. I HOPE Everyone ENJOYS THIS.

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25 Responses to “THE Genuine MCCOYS Television INTRO”

  1. Lisica2008 says:

    @verdew8181 Ha ha! I remember watching this when it was on CBS when I was about four years old. At the time, I could never understand why Amos McCoy pronounced the state names as “Californee” and “Virginee.”

  2. verdew8181 says:

    wow, I have actually not seen this since I was about 11 years old, about 49 years ago. I had forgotten the part about coming from West Virginia to sunny Californ-i-ay” so it awoke a dormant component in my brain!

  3. WSenator1 says:

    @Mr76Yearsago – And Walter Brennan was also typecast as a lovable old codger as well. If you saw some of his films (“The Westerner” and “My Darling Clementine”) he played some EVIL s.o.b.’s. They were about as far from Amos McCoy as you could get!

  4. charlesthepoet2004 says:

    DO A WEB SEARCH ON:
    charles h. miranda OR:
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    THANKS.

  5. TheTreacle52 says:

    The original ” waltons” Richard crenna was a hottie, the whole family was wonderful!!!

  6. dennisconnolly1 says:

    Thank You..

  7. mistressofaminer says:

    “Dag nabitt, gotta hitch in my giddyup”, Kate, ya left the warshboard on the stove again”, dag nabitt”. Luke go find a needle in a haystack”.

  8. GeorgeVreelandHill says:

    Thanks for the memories.

    George Vreeland Hill

  9. brizpeg47 says:

    AAaah! Lovely show. As we usually got very old American shows when TV first started in Australia, this sort of show is so much a part of my childhood. Thanks for the memories.

  10. TheIllinoisjones7 says:

    @ftrovat1 Pepino, not sure of the spelling.

  11. ftrovat1 says:

    What was the name of the mexican hired help on the show?

  12. LittleBirdPathfinder says:

    Absolutely love this one! Thanks for posting……..this takes me back many/many years!

  13. StigmataBOB1 says:

    Amassing that no one hear knows what the real McCoy is. That is the name of a sea captain. Whisky used to be brought to Boston, from south, and watered down. McCoy brought it from Cuba and not watered down. So in Boston if you said you wanted the real McCoy, it meant you wanted the whisky brought from Cuba and not watered down.

  14. etbella3 says:

    The Real McCoys. Oy Vay. No kosher slaughtering on this show. They were always kind to animals. Tim McVeigh. Oy Vay. Kind to animals. Humans — not so much.

  15. kat6550 says:

    The Real McCoys was one of my favorite TV shows when I was a youngster.

  16. elc1960 says:

    Great show, however this isn’t the original version of the theme song. The original is sung by ’50s pop singer Jimmie Rodgers and has slightly different lyrics. It appears on “Television’s Greatest Hits Vol. 4 – Black & White Classics”.

  17. galesayers says:

    @rentatrip1 that was a racist remark. If it was a joke, it was a bad one. Completely reprehensible. Inexcusable.

  18. rentatrip1 says:

    PAPENIS THE ORIGINAL WETBACK

  19. MZVIRB says:

    andy oleh and frank were his 3 best friends

  20. Mr76Yearsago says:

    I always thought that the pairing of Walter Brennan and Andy Clyde was one of the best in the history of television. The actors worked so well off each other in the series.

  21. Mr76Yearsago says:

    Despite being a brilliant Academy Award winning actor, Walter Brennan typecast himself as every babyboomer’s Grandpa by doing this series. Walt Disney picked up on it and cast him similiarly in five different movies in 60′s , and , of course, Brennan perpetuated it himself in “The Guns of Will Sonnet” in 1967

  22. cu29640 says:

    The days of great sitcoms are long gone for sure.

  23. richyrollins says:

    now he gone and done it! now he eat his prick! grampa anus ate his prick and he turned into a stick!

  24. jonahbegone says:

    I recall this show as a little boy. Sort of an early version of the Beverly Hillbillies, to judge by the song lyrics (WV to Cal).

  25. 1093caleb says:

    I was looking for his Dragnet and saw they were all gone too. I had his hotmail email, so I wrote him. He got suspended because they accused him of posting Warner Bros cartoons, which had been removed. He said he hasn’t decided if he’s going to go through all that work again. He was pretty devastated

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