1950’s Shows

77 Sunset Strip
Two former government secret agents set up shop as private detectives in a stylish office on the Sunset strip.
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet
This sitcom features the entire Nelson family, Ozzie, Harriet, Ricky, and David as themselves. Every week, their adventures consisted of misunderstandings or problems that were quickly resolved. Ricky Nelson quickly rose to fame as a teen idol and rock star on the show.
The Bob Cummings Show (1955)
Set in the 1860’s, Bonanza follows the lives and adventures of Ben Cartwright and his three sons, Adam, Hoss, and Little Joe on their ranch, the Ponderosa.
Colgate Theatre
The Danny Thomas Show
Death Valley Days
Dennis the Menace
The Donna Reed Show
Dragnet (1951)
Father Knows Best
Have Gun – Will Travel
Highway Patrol
The Honeymooners
I Love Lucy
Lucy wants to be a star and constantly attempts to get into her bandleader husband Ricky’s act. Her landlord, Ethel, is also sometimes her partner in crime with her various schemes.
I Married Joan
Johnny Ringo
Johnny Staccato
Kraft Television Theatre
Leave It To Beaver
The Lone Ranger
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
Mike Hammer (1958)
Mister Ed
Naked City
Perry Mason
Peter Gunn
Rawhide follows the lives of a trail boss, his men, and the people and adventures they encounter during their cattle drive.
The Real McCoys
The Rebel
After the Civil War, Confederate soldier Johnny Yuma roams the Wild West fighting bad guys and helping out settlers.
The Rifleman
Sea Hunt
This Is Your Life
What’s My Line?
Don Diego de la Vega fights the corrupt authorities in Spanish California as his alter ego, the swordsman Zorro.

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