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Since the retro boom on television there has been much more of Gale. Gale Gordon is on AntennaTV with "Dennis The Menace" and now he is on ME-TV with "The Lucy Show". Last week he was a guest star on "Make Room For Daddy" playing a Monty Woolley like character from "The Man Who Came To Dinner".

 

As of the moment Gale sightings have been found on TCM, ME-TV, and AntennaTV. Looking forward to seeing more!!!

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Brock    3,340

Since the retro boom on television there has been much more of Gale. Gale Gordon is on AntennaTV with "Dennis The Menace" and now he is on ME-TV with "The Lucy Show". Last week he was a guest star on "Make Room For Daddy" playing a Monty Woolley like character from "The Man Who Came To Dinner".

 

As of the moment Gale sightings have been found on TCM, ME-TV, and AntennaTV. Looking forward to seeing more!!!

 

Great! I second Joey's motion. Me-TV for all!

 

I'd love to see more of Make Room For Daddy. What I HAVE seen of it, it holds up pretty well and is a riot. Gale is great as the semi-regular Mr. Heckindorn in the later seasons.

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JoeySoCal    1,006
Gale is great as the semi-regular Mr. Heckindorn in the later seasons.

I don't remember many of those! Was he a neighbor or what?? :D

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C L A U D E    2,006

Great! I second Joey's motion. Me-TV for all!

 

I'd love to see more of Make Room For Daddy. What I HAVE seen of it, it holds up pretty well and is a riot. Gale is great as the semi-regular Mr. Heckindorn in the later seasons.

Make Room was one of the best sitcoms ever but we never see any of the reruns, dunno why?

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JoeySoCal    1,006

Make Room was one of the best sitcoms ever but we never see any of the reruns, dunno why?

Another reason we need a Desilu cable channel! :lucyeww:

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Brock    3,340

I don't remember many of those! Was he a neighbor or what?? :D

 

He was the apartment building landlord/super/amateur botanist.

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Brock    3,340

Semi Gale Sighting today -- I received three Spam emails from some guy called "Harry Carter" wanting financial assistance after an ill-fated trip to the Phillipines. lol

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JoeySoCal    1,006

If you have a digital television set you may get them "over the air" on KDOC 56.3 or KVME 20.1.

In LA area?? COOL! I've Googled my guts out trying to find channel listings that show these "secondary" digital channels with little luck -- where'd YOU find it??? Thanks!! :D

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In LA area?? COOL! I've Googled my guts out trying to find channel listings that show these "secondary" digital channels with little luck -- where'd YOU find it??? Thanks!! :D

 

I found it on this link http://metvnetwork.com/schedule.php.

 

It will give you your current location and time zone automatically. The number for the station will be listed for viewing. My current location says it is "Hollywood" which I believe you and I share. :lucy1:

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JoeySoCal    1,006

Nope, I'm in Burbank and we have a different cable company (Charter; most of LA is Time Warner). I checked those two channels this a.m. without luck.

 

Hopefully Charter will get off the stick and add it to their line-up sooner than later -- they've been, thus far, pretty good about that and I hope Me-TV isn't going to be the exception! ;)

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Nope, I'm in Burbank and we have a different cable company (Charter; most of LA is Time Warner). I checked those two channels this a.m. without luck.

 

Hopefully Charter will get off the stick and add it to their line-up sooner than later -- they've been, thus far, pretty good about that and I hope Me-TV isn't going to be the exception! ;)

 

It may be in the works!!!! Time Warner Cable just added it in September 2012.

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C L A U D E    2,006

Nope, I'm in Burbank and we have a different cable company (Charter; most of LA is Time Warner). I checked those two channels this a.m. without luck.

 

Hopefully Charter will get off the stick and add it to their line-up sooner than later -- they've been, thus far, pretty good about that and I hope Me-TV isn't going to be the exception! ;)

Well, you get everything else there so stop complaining. Please e mail me so i can have your e mail address, seeing as you never answer either posts or Private Messages. And your box is full again by the way.

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Harrison    90

ME-TV seems too non-sitcom heavy at this time. So I opt for Antenna TV as they have a good variety of comedies and a couple of half-hour dramas such as Adam-12 and 60s Dragnet. Add to the fact that they provide additional airtimes to most of their classic television offerings.

 

As far as I am concerned, ME-TV has too many series on it's plate. They need to cut down on the dramas/westerns.

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C L A U D E    2,006

ME-TV seems too non-sitcom heavy at this time. So I opt for Antenna TV as they have a good variety of comedies and a couple of half-hour dramas such as Adam-12 and 60s Dragnet. Add to the fact that they provide additional airtimes to most of their classic television offerings.

 

As far as I am concerned, ME-TV has too many series on it's plate. They need to cut down on the dramas/westerns.

Maybe they see that all the other networks seem to be concentrating on comdies so they figured they'd focus more on westerns and dramas?
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Luvsbway    2,003

Twice today I have heard Boraga Springs mentioned. Today show mentioned it during weather. Tonight I was watching something on the Salton Sea.

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Brock    3,340

This would have made Queer As Folk far more interesting:

 

“I think we were about 10 episodes in, and there was a line that the Brian character (played by Gale Gordon) says, ‘There are only two kinds of straight people in the world: Those who hate you to your face, and those who hate you to your back.’ 

:marionstrong:

https://prizmnews.com/2018/03/05/hal-sparks/

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