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Actress Jane Wyman played scheming Angela Channing for six seasons, until 1990, on the popular CBS soap opera "Falcon Crest."
TV mom Cloris Leachman with co-stars Jon Provost and Lassie in 1957.
The hit Norman Lear TV sitcom "Good Times" aired on CBS from 1974 to 1979 and starred John Amos (front and center) as the father and Esther Rolle (back row, right) as the mother of a family living in Chicago's Cabrini-Green housing project.
Identical twin actors Conrad (left) and Bonar Bain appeared on the CBS sitcom "Maude" playing twin brothers, prior to Conrad's starring role as wealthy Mr. Drummond on "Diff'rent Strokes" on NBC in the 1980s.
The Victoria home featured for exterior shots as address of Mary Tyler Moore's character on her namesake CBS series is once again for sale.
The surviving cast of "Lost in Space," the popular 1960s TV series, will reunite in Chicago for fans Sept. 8 and 9, 2012.
Tim Conway (right), in the guise of his "little old man" character as a butcher, torments a frustrated customer, played by Harvey Korman, as his necktie gets caught in a meat grinder. The 1976 sketch aired on "The Carol Burnett Show."
Andy Griffith with Danny Thomas and Marjorie Lord in a 1960 episode of 'Make Room for Daddy.'
Don Grady, center, surrounded by fellow "My Three Sons" cast members: clockwise from top right, William Demarest, Barry Livingston, Stanley Livingston and Fred MacMurray
Richard Dawson, bottom row center, matches wits with fellow "Match Game" panelists Dolly Martin, Betty White, Allen Ludden, Brett Somers and Charles Nelson Reilly and host Gene Rayburn.
Promotion and ratings for CBS prime-time soap hit "Dallas" reached all-time highs after a cliffhanger had viewers guessing "Who shot J.R.?" the bad-guy character played by actor Larry Hagman.
Comedienne Joan Rivers, who guest starred on Lucille Ball's series "Here's Lucy" in 1973, will honor her late, funny friend by headlining at a comedy festival this week celebrating Ball's 100th birthday in her hometown of Jamestown, NY.
Actresses Irene Ryan and Donna Douglas, in character as Granny and Elly May Clampett from CBS's "The Beverly Hillibillies" are shown in 1969 with Shad Heller, the blacksmith at Silver Dollar City during a TV location shoot at the Branson, Missouri theme park.
Jackie "Moms" Mabley was a comedy mainstay on popular TV talk shows and variety shows of the 1970s, but unfortunately only became a household name for just a few years prior to her death at age 81 in 1975.
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