This two-pack DVD set contains episodes of some of the greatest TV shows that were produced during the 1950s and 1960s. A great many of these episdoes have not been shown on TV for as long as two to three decades. Enjoy and have fun with these great TV episodes that come to life on this special DVD package!
Disc One: Mr. Ed - Broadcast form 1961 through 1965. Starring Alan Young, Connie Hines, Larry Keating and Edna Skinner. Mr. Ed was one of the more nonsensical TV comedies about a talking horse. Mr. Ed didn't wtalk to everybody, actually Wilbur was the first person worth talking to that he had met! Episodes - "Ed, The beneficiary" and "Ed, Get The Message." Our Miss Brooks - Broadcast from 1952 through 1956. Starring Eve Arden, Gale Gordon, Robert Rockwell, Richard Crenna and Jane Morgan. Eve Arden played the wisecracking English teacher Connie Brooks/ Her nemesis was crusty, blustery principal Osgood Conklin. Episodes: "Home Cooked Meal" and "The Big Jump." The Life Of Reilly - Broadcast from 1949 through 1958 - Starring William Bendix, Marjorie Reynolds, Wesley Morgan, and Lugene Sanders. Television's Original lovable bumbler was Chester A. Riley (Willianm Bendix), a hardhat with a soft heart and a genius for unwittingly turning order into chaos. Episodes: "Bab's School Reunion" and "Riley's Operation."
Disc Two: Lassie - Broadcast from 1954 through 1971. Starring Tommy Retting, Jan Clayton and George Cleveland. Lassie was the story of a young boy and his companion collie. Episodes - "The Treehouse" and "The Trail." Topper - Broadcast from 1953 through 1958. Starring Anne Jeffreys, Robert Sterling, Leo G. Carroll. On a skiing vacation in Europe, george and Marion Kerby were trapped in avalance along with a St. Bernard named Neil. All three of them died, only to return to the United States to haunt their former home, which was now occupied by a banker named Cosmo Topper. Episodes - "George's Old Flame" and "Second Honeymoon." The Dick Van Dyke Show - Broadcast from 1961 through 1966/ Starring Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, Larry Matthews, Jerry Paris, Carl Reiner. This highly successful series is often considered one of television' classic comedies, primarily because of its first-class scripting and excellent cast. Episodes: "Never Name A Duck" and "Hustling The Hustler." Petticoat Junction - Broadcast from 1963 through 1970. Starring Bea Benadaret and Edgar Buchanan. The small farming commubnity of Hooterville provided the sertting for this highly successful rural situation comedy. Lots of laughs at the Shady Rest Hotel with Kate Bradley, her three daughters, and Uncle Joe. Episodes - "Spur Line to shady Rest" and "A Night At the Hooterville Hilton."