Classic TV: The 50s : Coolest openings for '50s shows?

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To associate yourself with a pedophile is,at best, doltish. His talent should have been "show cased" in prison.

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What will you do when the IMDB forums are closed? You will have to find another place to anonymously insult people.



Johnny Carson: "It's been so hot lately that Michael Jackson is wearing a seersucker glove."

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Look at you KrazeeforWacko fighting with people on other boards no wonder the boards are closing.

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I have to say that Rawhide, with the dynamic singing voice of unforgettable Frankie Laine, hit it out of the park every week for me.

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Verily I say unto thee...I liked the opening to "The Range Rider".

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There is not a cooler opening in television history than Chuck Conners, walking down the middle of the street, shooting his rifle as Lucas McCain in the Rifleman.

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I have to say I can remember a group of us kids watching the Rifleman in a friend's basement and we thought the opening was pretty cool.

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The Untouchables

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I always thought "the Fugitive" did a great job of using the shows opening to provide new, or infrequent, viewers enough backstory so that they could watch single episodes and not feel lost.
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