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The Sixties in Pictures, Videos, Sounds and Music

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New TV Series 1963

 

The French Chef PBS staring Juliet Child 1963 - 1973

 

 

Dr Who

 


Doctor Who

(1963 - present) William Hartnell appeared as the first Dr. Who on BBC on Saturday evenings at 5:15pm.

 

 

 

 

Dr Kimbal

 

 


The Fugitive
(1963-1987). David Janssen starred as Dr. Richard Kimble searching for the one-armed man and hounded by the Inspector Jarvet of the time, Lieutenant Philip Gerard (Barry Morse).


 

 

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Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom (1963 to 1988). Marlin Perkins and assistant Jim Fowler command our knowledge of animals for 25 years.

 



 

martians

 

 

My Favorite Martian (1963 -1966) Starring Ray Walston as Uncle Martin (the Martian), Bill Bixby as Tim O'Hara and Pamela Britton as the nosey neighbor Mrs. Brown which drove the story of hiding a Martian in the Suburbs.

 

 

petticoat junction

 

 


Petticoat Junction
(1963 to 1970) Bea Benaderet, Edgar Buchanan and three pretty young girls lay the ground work for Green Acres.


 

 

 

 

monty hallLet's Make a Deal (1963 -1976) Monty Hall hosts one of the great game shows of all time. In 1964 he picked a strangely dressed woman from the audience to compete and nutty audience dress and behavior became the mainstay of the show.

 

 

The Outer Limits

 

The Farmer's Daughter

Hootenanny

The Patty Duke Show

The Danny Kaye Show
The Doctors
General Hospital
The Judy Garland Show
The Littlest Hobo

The French Chef

 

More on each new show of 1963 at Wikipedia

 

 

Television News 1963

 

The first Ronald McDonald Ad!

 

CBS Evening News is extended from 15 to 30 minutes. NBC and ABC soon follow with the 30 format.

 

For the first time, most Americans say that they get more of their news from television than newspapers.

 

The television remote control is authorized by the FCC.

 

 

The Emmy's of 1963 - 1964

 

 

danny kaye

 

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama - The Defenders (CBS)


Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actor in a Series (Lead) - Dick Van Dyke, The Dick Van Dyke Show


Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actress in a Series (Lead) - Mary Tyler Moore, The Dick Van Dyke Show


Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role By an Actor - Albert Paulsen, Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre - One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich


Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role By an Actress - Ruth White, Hallmark Hall of Fame - Little Moon of Alban


Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Comedy - The Dick Van Dyke Show (CBS)


Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Variety - The Danny Kaye Show (CBS)

 


Most Watched 1963 -1964

 

 

1. The Beverly Hillbillies
2. Bonanza
3. The Dick Van Dyke Show
4. Petticoat Junction
5. The Andy Griffith Show
6. The Lucy Show
7. Candid Camera
8. The Ed Sullivan Show
9. The Danny Thomas Show
10. My Favorite Martian
11. The Red Skelton Show
12. I've Got a Secret
13. Lassie
14. The Jack Benny Show
15. The Jackie Gleason Show
16. The Donna Reed Show
17. The Virginian
18. The Patty Duke Show
19. Dr. Kildare
20. Gunsmoke

 

 

Series End 1963

 

Empire (1962-1963).
The Voice of Firestone (1949-1963).
Leave It to Beaver (1957-1963).
Hawaiian Eye (1959-1963).

 

TV Guide Schedule 1963

 

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The idea behind this project is to present the Sixties in an interesting manner with as much audio and visual content as we could manage without slowing things down too much.

 

Unlike most Sixties websites that are a hodgepodge of decade wide information, we approached this project year by year. WIth each year of the Sixties including categories in history, television, movies, music, sports, books, comedy, technology and toys.

Beyond the nostalgia and retro feel for those who lived through the time, it is also designed to attract the younger crowd.

 

We have enjoyed some success in that endeavor as this webiste has become quite popular with teachers who use Sixties Pizzazz to get their Middle and High school students interested in our historic and cultural past by assigning projects and papers to this and our other PIZZAZZ websites.

 

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