Old acquaintances may be forgotten as a new year approaches, but classic TV always stays on your mind! Check out this assortment of just some of the tons of TV treasures that are now on sale and we think you’ll agree that there’s something here from the tops of the tube for every generation!
For the 1955-56 TV season, Jackie Gleason interrupted the 18-year run of his CBS variety show (1952-70) to turn the popular “Honeymooners” sketches into a half-hour series. Gleason plays Brooklyn bus driver Ralph Kramden, Art Carney is sewer worker pal Ed Norton, and Audrey Meadows and Joyce Randolph are their respective housewife spouses, Alice and Trixie.
Have a howlingly good time with the First Family of Fright in this collectible Complete Series that includes all 70 classic TV episodes and the two frighteningly funny feature-length movies. Reunite with the wonderfully weird Munster Clan: “working stiff” Herman, mom Lily, wacky Grandpa, the unusually normal Marilyn, and little Eddie. Plus, now see the episode “Family Portrait” in spookily spectacular full color for the first time ever. With so much Munster mayhem, your whole family is sure to have a scream!
C’mon get happy and hop aboard the psychedelic school bus with everybody’s favorite ’70s TV rock band family. Shirley Jones is the widowed mother who joins her five kids (played by David Cassidy, Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Suzanne Crough, and Brian Forster) in their musical group, and Dave Madden plays their harried manager Reuben Kincaid, in this song-filled sitcom that aired on ABC from 1970 to 1974. Hit songs include “I Think I Love You,” “I Woke Up in Love This Morning,” and more. All 96 episodes of the series are included in this eight-disc set.
After learning they’re descended from a long line of witches, Halliwell sisters Prue (Shannen Doherty), Piper (Holly Marie Combs), and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) are each granted unique magical abilities that they combine to do battle with the forces of evil. The girls are later joined by long-lost half sister Paige (Rose McGowan, who replaced Doherty in 2001) in this sexy and supernatural 1998-2006 WB series. All 178 episodes from the series are included in this 48-disc set.
“Rico, Youngfellow, let’s go!” The streets of Prohibition-era Chicago are awash in bathtub gin and mobster blood, and it’s up to federal agent Eliot Ness (Robert Stack) and his elite squad of incorruptible T-men to bring the era’s most infamous public enemies to justice. The hit 1959-63 ABC drama, which drew controversy for its violence, also starred Jerry Paris, Abel Fernandez and Nicholas Georgiade, with narration by Walter Winchell. All 118 episodes, plus the feature-length pilot episode, The Scarface Mob” are included in this 31-disc set.
The hit film series about a teenage Southern California surfer girl─which was based on a series of novels by Frederick Kohner─was turned into a 1965-66 ABC sitcom featuring an 18-year-old Sally Field as Gidget. Frances “Gidget” Lawrence loves boys, the beach, her friends, and her widowed professor dad (Don Porter), who’s always there to offer sage advice. Also starred Betty Conner, Pete Duel, Lynette Winter. All 32 episodes of the series are included in this three-disc set.
All 51 episodes of “The Avengers” featuring the glamorous Diana Rigg as Patrick Macnee’s leather-clad partner in crimefighting, Emma Peel, are collected in a 16-disc set.
“You’re traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead–your next stop, The Twilight Zone.” Submitted for your approval, Rod Serling’s timeless series of fantasy and suspense, which ran from 1959-1964, with a roster of then-current and future stars that included Burgess Meredith, William Shatner, Gig Young, Lee Marvin, Inger Stevens, and Jack Klugman. All 156 episodes from the series are featured in this 25-disc set.
Originally broadcast from 1958-61, this western drama launched Steve McQueen on the road to stardom in the role of good-hearted frontier bounty hunter Josh Randall. Randall was known for the “Mare’s Leg,” a sawed-off Winchester carbine with a fancy holster rig that allowed him to get the drop on his quarry with lightning-fast speed. All 94 episodes from the series are collected in a 12-disc set.
Space…the final frontier was explored by the crew of the starship Enterprise in the classic sci-fi series that ran on NBC from 1966-69, spawned an enduring television and film franchise, and became an iconic piece of pop culture. William Shatner starred as the heroic Captain James T. Kirk, Leonard Nimoy was logical, half-Vulcan science officer Mr. Spock, and DeForest Kelley was the gruff Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy. With James Doohan, Nichelle Nichols, George Takei, Walter Koenig. All 79 episodes from the series are collected in this 25-disc set.
Airing on CBS from 1993-2001, this thrilling series stars Chuck Norris as martial artist/Texas lawman Cordell “Cord” Walker. Steeped in the traditions of his Native American ancestors, he attempts to bring criminals to justice with the help of his strait-laced partner (Clarence Gilyard) and a beautiful assistant district attorney (Sheree J. Wilson). With Judson Mills, Nia Peeples. All 198 episodes from the series plus the 2005 TV-movie Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire are included in this 52-disc set.
Based on the British series “Man About the House,” this riotous 1977-1984 sitcom details the misadventures of Southern California roommates Jack (John Ritter), Janet (Joyce DeWitt), and Chrissy (Suzanne Somers). In order to share the girls’ apartment, Jack pretends to be gay to the landlords (Norman Fell, Audra Lindley)─leading to laugh-packed misunderstandings. Richard Kline, Don Knotts co-star. All 174 episodes from the series are included in a 29-disc set.
All 180 episodes from the series’s nine-season run are featured in a 33-disc set.
One of the most acclaimed miniseries in television history, James Clavell’s epic tale of discovery, love, and the conflict of two worlds comes to life in an epic drama. Richard Chamberlain stars as a shipwrecked English navigator who becomes swept up in the political intrigues of feudal 17th-century Japan and in a forbidden romance with a married woman. With Toshiro Mifune, Yoko Shimada, Michael Hordern, Frankie Sakai; Orson Welles narrates.
Airing on ABC (and later NBC) from 1978 to 1983, this acclaimed sitcom followed the day-to-day travails of the employees of New York’s Sunshine Cab Company. Judd Hirsch played veteran cabby Alex Rieger, Danny DeVito was diminutive, despotic dispatcher Louie De Palma, and Andy Kaufman was quirky mechanic Latka Gravas; Jeff Conaway, Tony Danza, Marilu Henner, and Christopher Lloyd also starred. All 114 episodes from the series are included in this 17-disc set.
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