If last week’s successful broadcast of old episodes of All in the Family and The Jeffersons with new casts proved one thing, it’s that there’s still a huge audience for classic television. Well, obviously! We love vintage TV favorites so much that we encourage you to check you the following vintage TV programs that are now on sale:
Through its 1962-68 run on CBS, Lucille Ball’s second sitcom went through several cast and format changes, but one thing remained constant: Lucy’s signature brand of slapstick comedy, which each week was wrapped around a special guest or crazy plot line. Co-stars Gale Gordon as Mr. Mooney. 156 episodes on 24 discs. 66 1/2 hrs. Includes the bonus special “Lucy in London.”
“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. This 31-disc collection includes all 118 episodes of the series plus the feature-length pilot episode, “The Scarface Mob.”
Come and listen to a story about a man named Jed and his suddenly rich family in this collection of episodes from the beloved series’ debut season. All 36 episodes from the first season are included in a five-disc set.
All 13 episodes from the series’s debut season─including “Meet the Bunkers,” “Archie Gives Blood,” “Judging Books by Covers,” “Lionel Moves Into the Neighborhood” and “Archie Is Worried About His Job”─are featured in a three-disc set.
He’s a man. He’s an animal. He’s…Manimal. Airing in 1983, this short-lived TV series focused on Dr. Jonathan Chase (Simon MacCorkindale), a wealthy and handsome man who possessed the power to transform himself into any animal at will. The Manimal put his unique abilities to use fighting crime alongside police detective Brooke McKenzie (Melody Anderson) and Vietnam vet Ty Earl (Michael D. Roberts). All eight episodes of the cult favorite are featured in a three-disc set.