February 17th

February 17th in TV History


Joseph Gordon-Levitt (1981, )

TV Show Debuts

McCloud (1970)

TV Episode Debuts

The Rifleman "The Indian" (1959)
Gunsmoke "Half Straight" (1962)
The Andy Griffith Show "Hot Rod Otis" (1964)
Batman "When the Rat's Away the Mice Will Play (2)" (1966)
Bewitched "Double Tate" (1966)
Gilligan's Island "Forward March" (1966)
The Munsters "Zombo" (1966)
Hogan's Heroes "Everyone Has a Brother-in-Law" (1967)
Doctor Who "The Web of Fear, Episode Three" (1968)
Get Smart (1965) "99 Loses CONTROL" (1968)
Hogan's Heroes "What Time Does the Balloon Go Up?" (1968)
The Big Valley "Lightfoot" (1969)
Gunsmoke "The Long Night" (1969)
I Dream of Jeannie "Is There a Doctor in the House?" (1969)
Doctor Who "Carnival of Monsters, Episode Four" (1973)
The Mary Tyler Moore Show "Remembrance of Things Past" (1973)
Happy Days "Bringing Up Spike" (1976)
The Rockford Files (1974) "The Prisoner of Rosemont Hall" (1978)
Doctor Who "The Armageddon Factor, Part Five" (1979)
The Rockford Files (1974) "The Return of the Black Shadow" (1979)
Happy Days "Bride & Gloom" (1981)
Laverne & Shirley "To Tell the Truth" (1981)
Three's Company "Furley Versus Furley" (1981)
The Fall Guy "Ready, Aim ... Die" (1982)
Cheers "No Contest" (1983)
The Dukes of Hazzard "How to Succeed in Hazzard" (1984)
Punky Brewster "I Love You, Brandon" (1985)
Murder, She Wrote "Paint Me A Murder" (1985)
Murder, She Wrote "The Taxman Cometh" (1991)
L.A. Law "Cold Cuts" (1994)
Murphy Brown "Desperate Times" (1997)

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